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FORM 5 HISTORY/2171 QUESTIONS

MULTIPLE CHOICE

SECTION A
HISTORY OF INDONESIA
CHAPTER 18: THE RISE OF NATIONALISM

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QUESTION
1. Among the listed below FORM 5 HISTORY/2171 ONE was NOT a reason QUESTIONS for the development of nationalism in Indonesia.
A. B. C. D. A. B. C. D. A. B. C. D. A. B. C. D.

CHOICE
Resentment of MULTIPLE CHOICE foreign domination Influences from abroad Different language and religion Improved communication
Chinese and Indians Indians and Arabs Chinese and Arabs Arabs and British 25% 30% 35% 40% Jakarta and Surabaya Yogkarta and Surakarta Surakarta and Jakarta Surabaya and Surakarta A. Filipinos rose against their Spanish Masters B. The Boxer Uprising against British trade in China C. The movement led by African nationalist against British rule in Africa D. The Japans defeat of the mighty Russia in 1904 05 A. Liberal policy B. Ethical policy C. Financial policy D. Social policy A. Committee B. Commission C. Volksraad D. Mission Renden Adjeng Kartini Raden Sutomo Raden Mangunkusomo Omar Said Tjokroaminota Kartini Husodo Tjokroaminota Suwardi
Javanese

ANS WER

2. Who were the entrepreneurs other than Europeans played an important role in Indonesian trade? 3. By 1925, nearly ________ of Indonesian industry was in the hands of Chinese. 4. In 1912, there was a racial riots aimed at the Chinese in _____________and ______________. 5. Indonesian nationalism was influenced by other countries. Among the listed below ONE was NOT the influences caused nationalism in Indonesia.

6. ____________ policy led to more Indonesians attending school. 7. The Dutch setup ______________ in 1916, to give administration experience to the Indonesians. 8. Who was the Indonesian nationalist started school for womens across Java In 1902? 9. _____________ was the founder of Budi Utomo in 1908. 10. Among the listed below ONE was NOT a reason for rejecting Budi Utomo as a political party.

A. B. C. D. A. B. C. D. A. Budi Utomo was almost exclusive

B. The members were mostly educated


Javanese little to do with ordinary peasants C. Budi Utomo did not really have political policy D. They collect subscription from members

11. In 1911, a group of _________________merchants formed Sarekat Dagang Islam. 12. The main aim of Sarekat Dagang Islam was________________________

A. B. C. D. A. B. C.

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13. Among the listed below ONE was NOT a aim of Sarekat Islam.

A. B.

Javanese Fruit Javanese Batik Javanese Sugar Javanese Timber To stop the Dtuch middlemen from controlling the trade To stop the Siamese middlemen from controlling the trade To stop the Chinese middleman controlling the trade To stop the Spanish middlemen controlling the trade The promotion of Non-Indonesian commercial enterprise To give members mutual economic