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What is Scramble for Africa?

A- The claiming of African territory by half a dozen European countries that resulted in
nearly all of Africa becoming part of Europe’s colonial empires.

B- The claiming of Asian countries by Europe
C- The claiming of African slaves by the European in Africa

2. When did the scramble for Africa begin?

A- The 1870s
B- 1900
C- 1980

3. Between 1885 and 1900, European powers were, at times, racing each other to stake
claims in Africa.

A- True
B- False

4. Most Africans resisted being taken over and ruled by foreigners.

A- True
B- False

5. European armies used modern weapons to crush opposition and install authority over

A- True
B- False

6. What kept Europeans from bringing armies and conquering large areas of Africa?

A- Lack of money
B- Lack of armies in Europe

C- High death rates from malaria and yellow fever

7. What did the most powerful European nations prefer in terms of trade?

A- to keep trade open to all
B- to close trade open to all
C- to close trade to Africans

8. Which colony in Africa was one of the earliest British colonies in 1808?

A- Algeria
B- Sierra Leone
C- Ghana

9. Which colony in Africa is France's first colony in 1834?

A- Algeria
B- Tunisia
C- Morocco

10. Which were the two African colonies claimed by Portugal?

A- Angola and Nigeria
B- Cameroon and Nigeria

C- Angola and Mozambique

11. What were some of the largest African states during the scramble for Africa?

A- Zulu state, Tukolor Empire, Mahdist state
B- Mahdist state, Mandinka state, Tukolor Empire
C- Ottoman empire,zulu clan, Tukolor Empire

12. The Largest African states during the scramble for Africa were Muslim states.

A- True
B- False

13. What are the two African countries which were not colonized by Europeans?

A- Mozambique and Liberia
B- Liberia and Ethiopia
C- Angola and Sierra Leone

14. What was known as the Berlin west African conference?

A- A meeting of representatives of 14 European countries and the United States between
1884 and 1885 to deal with matters relating to European trade and territorial claims in

B- A meeting talking about how to put an end to the slave trade.
C- A meeting talking about the nationalism of Africa.

15. The Scramble for Africa helped set the stage for World War I

A- True
B- Fal