On the topic of Peculiarities of development of the States of Asia, Africa and Latin America between world wars 1
Test on the theme “features of development of the countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America between the world wars”
1. The first world war:
a) not affected the development of countries outside Europe and the USA;
b) led to the collapse of the colonial system;
b) largely influenced the development of the countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America.
2. Find the incorrect statement:
a) the peoples of Asia and Africa took part in the hostilities;
b) the peoples of Latin America took an active part in the hostilities;
b) residents dependent countries provided the needs of the armies of their mother country.
3. During the First world war the colonial regimes:
a) remains unchanged; b) were sharply increased; b) temporarily weakened.
4. The mandate system, established at the Paris conference, really proclaimed:
a) the destruction of colonial oppression;
b) equal rights of former colonies in matters of world politics;
b) the continuing reliance of the countries of Africa and Asia from developed countries.
5. 20—the 30 years struggle for independence of the countries of Asia and Africa was carried out:
a) by force; b) peacefully C) in both forms.
6. An influential force in helping countries in Asia and Africa in the struggle for independence, was:
a) the U.S. (goal — the growing influence in the world);
b) League of Nations (goal — the struggle for a lasting peace);
b) Soviet Russia (goal — the outbreak of “world revolution”).
7. The crisis of 1929—1933 and the Great depression:
a) strengthened the struggle for independence in Asia and Africa;
b) did the countries of Asia and Africa more submissive to their mother countries;
b) contributed to the establishment of a political Union between the colonies and the mother country.
8. Japan by the early 20-ies.
a) was able to maintain its dominance in the far East;
b) was forced to cede its influence in the far East to countries of the Entente;
b) retained its position in the far East only in Korea.
9. The slogan “Asia for Asians”, submitted by Japan, in fact, meant:
a) create a military Alliance of all Asian countries;
b) a cessation of all economic and diplomatic contacts with European countries;
b) development of Asian peoples under Japanese control.
10. In the 30s of the foreign policy of Japan was sent:
a) the territorial grabs, and the growing influence in the world;
b) on the development of diplomatic relations with leading European powers and the USA;
b) on a rigid isolation from the outside world.
11. By the end of the 30th Japan planned on fighting for dominance in the area:
a) Balkan Peninsula; b) the Pacific C) Africa.
12. The Communist party of China was created:
a) 1921 b) 1925; b) 1929
13. The leader of the Communist party of China was:
a) sun Yat-sen b) Mao Zedong C) Chiang Kai-shek.
14. The government of Chiang Kai-shek in the domestic policy pursued:
a) strict government regulation; b) the Europeanization of culture and life;
in) wide development of democracy.
15. 20—30-s India:
a) became an independent state; b) became a colony of the United States;) remained a British colony.
16. The basis of the doctrine of Gandhism in India was:
a) the inclusion of India into the UK on the basis of equality;
b) the achievement of Indian independence by non-violent resistance to English colonial administration.
b) the achievement of Indian independence through armed revolt against the British administration.
17. The main force of the national liberation struggle in India was:
a) Communist Union of India; b) Social-democratic party;
b) Indian national Congress.
18. Policy of non-violent protest did not include:
a) boycott of British goods; b) tax evasion; C) emigration to Europe.
19. Turkey adopted a new Constitution:
a) in 1920 b) 1924 C) 1928
20. 20—30-ies in Turkey occurred:
a) formation of the secular state; b) development of religious authorities; C) the strengthening of the monarchy.
21. The main ideological principles of Kemal does not include:
a) nationalism and nationality; b) religious fanaticism and traditionalism;
C) republicanism and revolutionary.