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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What would be seized until the men of the village delivered a specific quota of sap?
(a) The tools and food.
(b) The women and children.
(c) The medicine and fuel.
(d) The animals.
2. What was Sheppard's name among the natives in the Congo?
(a) Mundele Nrom.
(b) Mundele Mnom.
(c) Mundele Mtom.
(d) Mundele Ndom.
3. What span of years does Chapter 15 attempt to reconcile the death toll from?
(a) 1880 to 1920.
(b) 1880 to 1913.
(c) 1880 to 1918.
(d) 1880 to 1925.
4. When did Casement produce the Casement Report?
5. Leopold became wealthy off the resources in the Congo and built multiple what?
(b) Private palaces.
6. What was the West African Mail?
(a) Illustrated weekly postcard.
(b) Illustrated weekly newsletter.
(c) Illustrated weekly newspaper.
(d) Illustrated weekly magazine.
7. What nationality was the shipping firm Elder Dempster from?
8. What kind of report did Leopold expect from the Commission of Inquiry?
(a) A whitewashed report.
(b) A detailed report.
(c) An honest report.
(d) A favorable report.
9. Who did Leopold negotiate with when he decided to sell Congo?
10. What did the official Commission of Inquiry report validate?
(a) Congo's independence.
(c) Morel's publications.
(d) Leopold's public statements.
11. Why did Leopold purchase newspaper space?
(a) To publish articles about ivory.
(b) To publish carefully written articles.
(c) To advertise his riches.
(d) To write short stories.
12. How many official depositions did the Commission of Inquiry members take?
13. When did Morel establish the West African Mail?
14. When did Casement go to the Congo to make an evaluation of the atrocities?
15. Leopold put on a lavish display about Congo at the World's Fair and suggest it was what?
(a) A poor place, being helped by Leopold.
(b) A paradise.
(c) A place of sin, needing missionaries.
(d) A sad and poor country.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name for the piece of paper that shows what freight a ship is carrying?
2. What did E.D. Morel determine was the only explanation for what he was seeing on the docks?
3. In 1903, who passed a resolution protesting atrocities in Congo?
4. Where did Casement travel, after Congo, to document abuses against the natives?
5. What profession did Henry I. Kowalsky practice?
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