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Vargo 24/25 quiz

Chap. 24/25 Imperialism vocab. quiz

French artillery officer charged for treason for spying for Germany Alfred Dryfus
French writer who helped to clear Alfred Dryfus and was later convicted and fled to exile Emile Zola
Domination by one country on the political, economic or cultural life of another country Imperialism
Missionary who explored the African continent David Livingstone
British and Dutch were in conflict over the Cape Colony with the discovery of gold and diamonds Boer War
This meeting planned the regulation of European colonization and trade in Africa during the new Imperialism Berlin Conference
Systematic killing of all or part of a racial, ethnic, religious or national group genocide
Artificial waterway in Egypt connecting the Red Sea with the Mediterranean Sea Suez Canal
Conflict between indian troops and the East India Trading company when gun cartridges were greased with cow and pig fat Sepoy Rebellion
Dispute over trade between China and Britain when large profits were being made by putting narcotics in tea. Opium War
This secret society opposed foreign imperialism and Christianity and wanted to drive out "foreign devils" Boxer Rebellion
This called for trade with everyone on an equal basis and free access to ports allowing European nations and the U.S. to trade wit h China Open Door Policy
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