#1: What was the effect of Japanese imperialism on the development of nationalism in the early 1900s?
A. Nationalism developed very slowly.
B. Imperialism brought other cultures to the Japanese and nationalism waned.
C. Nationalism became an important part of Japanese culture.
D. Imperialism caused the Japanese to lose interest in nationalism as they explored other parts of the world.
**My answer; C
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#2: What imperial nations had colonies in Africa in 1900?
A. Japan, India, and Italy
B. China, Greece, and Saudi Arabia
C. Turkey, Spain, and Portugal
D. Great Britain, France, and Germany
***my answer: D.
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#3: Great Britain's empire in the late 1800s included colonies in Africa and a sphere of influence in China. Which of the following statements is true?
A. Great Britain directly controlled all aspects of the Chinese government.
B. Great Britain advised African rulers, but allowed Africans to govern themselves.
C. Great Britain influenced only economic aspects of African kingdoms.
D. Great Britain exerted significant influence in China under threat of military force.
**my answer: D.
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#4: What did the Meiji government promote as one key to successful modernization and industrialization?
A. expertise from foreign consultants
B. education for all Japanese children
C. strict tariffs and trade agreements
D. continued reliance on traditional teachings
**MY answer: B. education :)
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#5: What was a result of Britain's refusal to stop selling opium in China in the 1830s?
A. Britain and China fought the Opium Wars.
B. Britain and China signed a treaty giving Britain territory in exchange for stopping.
C. Both countries developed a joint program for treating those who had become addicted.
D. China helped negotiate a treaty with Turkey that promoted the sale of opium there.
**my answer; A. they fought the opium wars...
are #4 and #5 correct?? @angela210793 ??
i was thinking abt D at 4
and i think ur right abt the 5th
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#6: China and Japan had many differences in their approach to modernization and western imperialism, but they agreed that __________.
A. Western domination was bad for their governments, economies, and citizens
B. only war against the British Empire could stop the advance of Western imperialism
C. the best way to defend themselves was to build enormous military forces
D. there was nothing that could be done to rid themselves of Western influence
**My answer: D
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hiii!! what do u think??? @jim_thompson5910 #4 is it B??? And #6?? is it D???