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

Weegy: Britain controlled most of Asia from 1880 to WWI.



User: In a(n) ____, local rulers governed but western powers were in actual control.

Weegy: In a protectorate, local rulers governed but western powers were in actual control.



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

Weegy: France directly ruled the majority of the African colonies by 1913.



User: a policy considered un-democratic by opponents

Weegy: IMPERIALISM is a policy considered un-democratic by opponents.

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User: governed its colony through indirect rule

Weegy: Great Britain governed its colony through indirect rule.




User: Who proclaimed himself to be the Muslim savior? a. Usman dan Fodio c. Muhammad Ali b. Muhammad Ahmad d. Pasha Iran

Weegy: Muhammad Ahmad proclaimed himself to be the Muslim savior.

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User: Why did both Britain and Russia want to control Iran? a. To spread their political beliefs c. To help it modernize b. To gain possession of its oil d. To save it from Ottoman rule

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