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Question 1: In 1931, the ________ passed the Statute of Westminster, which confirmed complete autonomy for its dominions, and gave effect to resolutions passed by the imperial conferences of 1926 and 1930.
Constitution of the United KingdomPolitics of the United KingdomParliament of the United KingdomMonarchy of the United Kingdom

Question 2: Kitts and Nevis
1889–1962  Trinidad and Tobago

20th century
1958–1962  ________
Cayman IslandsBarbadosWest Indies FederationAnguilla

Question 3: 19th century
since 1815  ________11
since 1816  Tristan da Cunha11
since 1833  Falkland Islands12
Turks and Caicos IslandsAscension IslandSaint HelenaBritish Virgin Islands

Question 4: Because New Zealand required the consent of the ________ to amend the New Zealand Constitution Act 1852, Prime Minister Peter Fraser decided to finally adopt the Statute[3].
Monarchy of the United KingdomParliament of the United KingdomPolitics of the United KingdomConstitution of the United Kingdom

Question 5: Dominion status allowed the dominions to become virtually independent, while retaining the British monarch as head of state, represented locally by a ________ appointed in consultation with the Dominion’s government.
JamaicaAustraliaCommonwealth realmGovernor-General

Question 6: 4Now the San Andrés y Providencia Department of ________
Quindío DepartmentColombian armed conflict (1964–present)Valle del Cauca DepartmentColombia

Question 7: 18th century
1708–1757  Minorca
since 1713  ________
1763–1782  Minorca
1798–1802  Minorca
GibraltarSaint HelenaTurks and Caicos IslandsCayman Islands

Question 8: Massey was unequivocally an Imperialist, and fervently supported the ________.
Informal EmpireBarbadosBritish EmpireNauru

Question 9: The alteration in status was stirred by a sentiment on the part of the Prime Minister of the self-governing colonies of the ________ that a new term was necessary to differentiate them from the non-self-governing colonies, such as (at that time) Fiji.
British EmpireBarbadosNauruInformal Empire

Question 10: New Zealand chose not to take part in ________ and assumed complete self-government as the Dominion of New Zealand on 26 September 1907, Dominion Day, by proclamation of King Edward VII.
States and territories of AustraliaAustralian electoral systemFederation of AustraliaConstitution of Australia







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