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By WWI, all territories in Africa and the Mediterranean region were controlled by European imperial nations.
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User: By WWI, all territories in Africa and the Mediterranean region were controlled by European imperial nations.

Weegy: The statement "By WWI, all territories in Africa and the Mediterranean region were controlled by European imperial nations." is False. quizlet.com/18462138/imperialism-flash-cards
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User: How did the Industrial Revolution encourage imperialism? a. It made Europeans feel sorry for their “little brothers.” b. It created a need for land. c. It created a need for raw materials and markets. d. It made westerners feel obligated to improve the human species.

User: Who controlled most of Asia from 1880 to WWI? a. Spain c. Britain b. France d. Russia

Weegy: d) Britain Britain controlled most of Asia from 1880 to WWI.
tina1959|Points 1452|

User: Which of the following groups was against colonization? a. Nationalists c. Social Darwinians b. Britain d. Christians

Weegy: A. Nationalists were against colonization
MrG|Points 4373|

User: New Imperialism spread because of all of the following, except a. manufacturers needed raw materials. c. to spread Christianity. b. bases were needed for expanding naval fleets. d. to stop the spread of Social Darwinism.

Weegy: New Imperialism spread because of all of the following, except D. to stop the spread of Social Darwinism.
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User: Prior to the 1800s, Imperialism was economically-based rather than culturally-based.

Weegy: This is true
Sn0oze|Points 30|

User: directly ruled the majority of the African colonies by 1913





Weegy: Britain directly ruled the majority of the African colonies by 1913. Britain, followed closely by France.
Expert answered|cutyglyde|Points 176|

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Marvel2, you are still not flagging a lot of wrong answers when correcting them. Also, quizlet is not a lot better than Q&A sites and that seems to be the only source you are using. I understand that sometimes it is the only source you can find, but in many cases you should be able to get better sources.
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Ok Deb .I didn't knew my source is not credible .I will find other sources .And i will flag the wrong answers .Thank you
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