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History Chapter 23 (no Section 6) Practice Test
Test Monday, May 16, 2005
Approximately 215 Questions
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Chapter 23- Section 1- Group 1

  1. Which journalist was hired to look for someone who had disappeared?  
 
  2. What was the name of the person that disappeared?  
 
  3. Where did he disappear?  
 
  4. Which group hired Stanley to locate Livingstone?  
 
  5. What word means the domination by a powerful nation over the political, economic, and cultural affairs of another nation or region?  
 
  6. What was the name of a strong force throughout the 1800s that became particularly powerful between 1870 and 1914?  
 
  7. What were the fighters of Nepal called? Fighters of Afghanistan? ("?; ?")  
 
  8. What two groups of people did these fighters join? (alphabetical, plural; "?; ?")  
 
  9. What armies did these four fources make? ("? armies")  
 
10. What kind of troops from West Africa fought for the French?  
 

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Answers:
1. Stanley
2. Livingstone
3. Africa
4. New York Herald
5. imperialism
6. nationalism
7. Gurkhas; Pathans
8. Australians; New Zealanders
9. British armies
10. Senegalese