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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The incident on this train led to what?
(a) Gandhi's resolve to become a lawyer.
(b) Gandhi's decision to return to India.
(c) Gandhi's venture into politics.
(d) Gandhi's resolve to fight color prejudice.
2. Gandhi urged that Indian freedom was dependent upon what?
(a) The education of the masses.
(b) The nation treating the British in a just manner.
(c) The faith of the Indians.
(d) The unification of all religious groups.
3. Gandhi spent the next _______ years in an ashram.
4. What could not be ignored, regarding Indian soldiers?
(a) The bravery of the many Indians who fought for the British in WWI.
(b) The many Indians who were treated unfairly during WWI.
(c) The many Indians who died during WWI.
(d) The strength of the many Indians who fought for the British in WWI.
5. In 1909, Gandhi got word to England about the treatment of the Indians in South Africa. He won the support of many of the ___________ of the country.
(a) Members of Parliament.
6. Gandhi bought a large farm in _____________, where learning to live the austere life of self-control occupied him.
(a) Phoenix, Natal.
(b) North Sumatra.
(c) Phoenix, Arizona.
(d) Natal Province.
7. To achieve success in South Africa, Gandhi's most effective tool was a unique creation of his own called what?
8. How did Gandhi feel about his young marriage?
(a) He considered it to be wrong.
(b) He found it embarrassing.
(c) He considered it to be exciting.
(d) He found it strange.
9. At thirty-seven years of age, Gandhi decided to give up what as a selfless act?
10. Gandhi felt that becoming a better person led to what?
(a) A safer life.
(b) A longer life.
(c) A more religious life.
(d) A better life.
11. The person who gave him this name won the Nobel Prize in ___________ in 1913.
12. What happened in Amritsar?
(a) A minor incident.
(b) A strange incident.
(c) The most tragic incident.
(d) An unusual incident.
13. Through parental arrangement, Mohandas married his life-long wife Kasturbai. How old were they when they married?
(a) Thirteen years old.
(b) Five years old.
(c) Eighteen years old.
(d) Fifteen years old.
14. Winston Churchill was reviled by the appearance of equality between who and what he termed the half-naked, seditious fakir from India?
(a) The Prime Minister.
(b) The Hindus.
(c) The Indian people.
(d) The British people.
15. Indians became the political football in the early 1900s when the Prime Minister promises to do what?
(a) Find them a place to live.
(b) Give them equal rigths.
(c) Drive the "coolies" out of the country.
(d) Give them jobs.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is the eating of meat so shocking?
2. Gandhi was born in ____________ on October 2, 1869, a small seaside home on the Kathiawar Peninsula in western Indian.
3. As a young boy, did Gandhi show proclivity towards school work?
4. What did the Indians do with the registrations they had filled out?
5. When it was time to decide upon a career, Gandhi decided to become what?
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