History T1 2k17 Test revision

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Revision for the Term 1 history test of 2017.

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Question 1

What is nationalism?
  • an extreme form of patriotism marked by a feeling of superiority over other countries.
  • the need to play the game Nation States - nationstates.net
  • the ideology for nations to take over other smaller nations
  • the ideology of people belonging to a Empire rather than a nation.

Question 2

What is imperialism?
  • is the idea of a crown ruling of only one nation
  • is the destruction of certain countries or states by others. From the 11th century until the early 12th century this took the form of coronation, afterwards it was in the form of economic imperialism
  • is the hegemony of certain countries or states over others. From the 18th century until the early 20th century this took the form of colonisation, afterwards it was in the form of economic imperialism.
  • the ideology of many nations fighting to unite the world and creating a new world order. From the 9th century onwards this was called Judaism now it is called the Illuminati.

Question 3

Capitalism is an economic belief system which relies on the privatisation of industry and the government does not take any risks.
  • True
  • False

Question 4

Socialism [blank_start]is[blank_end] the alternate view to [blank_start]Capitalism[blank_end] and allows the government to play the main role in [blank_start]wealth[blank_end] distribution and resource allocation.
  • is
  • is not
  • ain't
  • could never possibly ever in eternity be
  • Imperialism
  • Cubism
  • Capitalism
  • Rationalism
  • health
  • wealth
  • swag
  • post

Question 5

Which of the following apply to the ideology of Chartism?
  • It began as groups with trade union connections demanded political representation
  • The main idea is to allow only men with land/property to have the vote
  • The main idea is to give all men the vote and allow the common man to be politically involved
  • Many chartists were sent to Australia as convicts to repress them
  • Many chartists were sent to America as to repress them. This is why Americans wanted independence
  • Chartists realised the potential for the organisation to have an impact for the lower classes

Question 6

What is egalitarianism?
  • The idea of every small decision you make being determined by legal processes
  • The idea of everyone being equill and opposite
  • The idea of equal life and opportunity and that no-one is better than anyone else
  • The idea of eagles ruling over society and that if you disobey the eagle overlords they will make your whole family and any of your offspring vegetarian for life. Eagle-eat-tarianism, Egalitarianism

Question 7

Tick all that apply to the ideology to Social Darwinism
  • That some people are naturally inferior and its okay to let them be enslaved
  • The idea of killing anyone you see fit
  • The idea that Africans are the superior race compared to all people
  • The idea that population growth has natural limits and that periods of growth are balanced by major crises
  • The idea that people who cannot speak European languages are smarter than Europeans
  • That Europeans are justified to rule over Indigenous people because they are not "fit enough" to fight back

Question 8

When did the Industrial Revolution begin? (Tick all that apply)
  • 17th Century
  • 18th Century
  • 19th Century
  • 1700s
  • 1800s
  • 1900s

Question 9

The Industrial Revolution occurred in Britain because of its easy access to [blank_start]coal[blank_end], mines that were near the [blank_start]sea[blank_end], making transport easy, the lack of government and religious prohibitions and inventing was [blank_start]incentivised[blank_end].
  • coal
  • goals
  • gold
  • mould
  • freeway
  • airport
  • sea
  • highway
  • inspedified
  • investified
  • intensified
  • incentivised

Question 10

Over [blank_start]12[blank_end] million Africans were transported to the slave markets of Europe between the fifteenth and [blank_start]nineteenth[blank_end] centuries. Historians estimate that an additional ten million people were taken captive, but perished before reaching the European slave markets. Europeans discussed the cruelty of slavery, but the trade continued because it was argued that the wealth from slavery outweighed [blank_start]the evil[blank_end].
  • 12
  • 110
  • 10
  • 200
  • twentieth
  • eighteenth
  • nineteenth
  • fifth
  • the evil
  • the good
  • the ugly
  • yo mama (It outweighs the universe)

Question 11

When did the British abolish slavery?
  • 1833
  • 1788
  • 1888
  • 1807

Question 12

When did the slave trade between Africa and the Americas begin?
  • 1500s (16th Century)
  • 1800s (17th Century)
  • 1600s (17th Century)
  • 1600s (16th Century)

Question 13

Most of the slaves from the Atlantic slave trade went to [blank_start]Central and South America[blank_end]
  • Central and South America
  • North America
  • Egypt
  • South China Sea

Question 14

Label the Atlantic Slave Trade
  • Sugar, Tobacco
  • Sugar, Plum fairies
  • Caramel, Tobacco
  • Dr Pepper
  • Guns, Roses
  • Guns, Rum, Goods
  • Gums, Good Rum
  • Goons, Room, Guds
  • Pirates
  • Tacos
  • Noodles
  • Slaves

Question 15

Which of the following were experienced by slaves?
  • Separation of families
  • Floggings
  • Pay
  • Richard Branson
  • Death
  • Branding
  • Debt
  • Families lived together

Question 16

African kings became [blank_start]greedy[blank_end] and, instead of [blank_start]protecting[blank_end] their people, they sold them into [blank_start]slavery[blank_end]. Both major and minor crimes were punishable by [blank_start]enslavement[blank_end]. To escape the slave trade, many people moved to new regions and had to establish new communities. To source even more people to sell, one tribe would provoke [blank_start]wars[blank_end] with another; any [blank_start]captives[blank_end] taken were sold into slavery. These constant wars disrupted traditional life and [blank_start]resource[blank_end] shortages resulted. Traditional local industry such as the metalwork of the Benin, were also disrupted. New industries developed to support the slave trade; and increased contact with outsiders encouraged the import of [blank_start]foreign[blank_end] goods. These replaced local goods and thus upset many African economies. Also, [blank_start]diseases[blank_end] -both African and European- spread across the continents.
  • greedy
  • seedy
  • angry
  • fat
  • annoying
  • revenging
  • protecting
  • encouraging
  • slavery
  • savoury
  • banking
  • bravery
  • maths with Mr Gavin
  • imprisonment
  • death
  • enslavement
  • thumb wars
  • wars
  • footsies
  • epic rap battles
  • captives
  • rappers
  • caps
  • captureres
  • source
  • resource
  • money
  • people
  • freign
  • foreing
  • foriegn
  • foreign
  • deseases
  • diseases
  • uneases
  • disaeses
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