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Who was a communist leader of Vietnam's independence movement against France? Ho Chi Minh
Which was the first Arab state to sign a peace treaty with Israel? Egypt
Who was India's first woman prime minister? Indira Gandhi
Which is a theme in the study of geography movement
What is the Chinese philosophy that is based on finding harmony with the "way of nature"? Taoism
Who was the Mesopotamian ruler responsible for a code of strict laws? Hammurabi
The _________ established a great empire centuries ago in Cambodia. Khmer
Who was the founder of Islam? Muhammad
Who was the leader of the Mongols who invaded China in 1206? Genghis Khan
What is the study of how people manage their resources? economics
What was the vast empire that included what is now Turkey and parts of Northern Africa, Southwest Asia, and Southeast Europe? Ottoman Empire
The _____ extends more than 1,200 miles off the northeast coast of Australia. Great Barrier Reef
Which revolt began in 1900 and was intended to rid China of all foreigners? Boxer Rebellion
Which part of social studies is the study of people, places, and the environment? geography
The earliest monotheistic religion that developed in the area around Jerusalem was _______. Judaism
Long ago, what was the traditional Southeast Asian system of government with a ruler at the center of each region? mandala
Most of the crops grown on plantations owned by Europeans in Africa were cash crops
The leader of Mali during its golden age was Mansa Musa
Nauru, Palau, and the Marshall Islands are all located in which region? Micronesia
Which is a hurricane that occurs in the western Pacific Ocean? typhoon
This movement begun in 1966 was intended to remove all opposition to the Communist Party in China. Cultural Revolution
Who are the highly nationalistic mountain people who live in many nations, such as Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, and Turkey? Kurds
What word means the exact spot on Earth where a place can be found? absolute location
________ is a religion that emphasizes the principles of karma and reincarnation. Hinduism
What is the seasonal wind that blows over the northern part of the Indian ocean? monsoon
Who are the two main ethnic groups in conflict in Rwanda? Hutu and Tutsi
Who are the highly nationalistic mountain people who live in many nations, such as Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, and Turkey? Kurds
Australia and New Zealand are both members of what group? Commonwealth of Nations
The leader of Mali during its golden age was Mansa Musa
Which is a hurricane that occurs in the western Pacific Ocean? typhoon
What is a three-day festival that marks the beginning of spring in Vietnam? Ho Chi Minh
In 1949, he became the leader of Communist China. Mao Zedong
What was the ancient Egyptian system of picture-writing called? hieroglyphics
Which is a theme in the study of geography? relative location
Who was the Mesopotamian ruler responsible for a code of strict laws? Hammurabi
The earliest monotheistic religion that developed in the area around Jerusalem was _______. Islam
What is the study of how people manage their resources? economics
What is the name for recent developments in agriculture that use new seeds, fertilizers, and chemicals? Green Revolution
who were the first settlers in new zealand? Maori
Long ago, what was the traditional Southeast Asian system of government with a ruler at the center of each region? mandala
Who was the leader of the Mongols who invaded China in 1206?
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