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Question 1: ________: Lansdowne Avenue, Imperial how
AlbertaManitobaBritish ColumbiaSaskatchewan

Question 2: He advanced the cause of the Indian ________ greatly during his term, without antagonising the conservative whites.
Left-wing nationalismFascismNationalismAnti-nationalism

Question 3: Dufferin claimed that he once saw a ________ which saved his life.

Question 4: Lord Dufferin was thus born into considerable advantage as Frederick Temple Blackwood in ________ in 1826.

Question 5: He was attached to the ________ and Intelligence Corps from 1914 to 1916 and then appointed Private Secretary to Ivor Churchill Guest, 1st Viscount Wimborne, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, in 1916.
8th King's Royal Irish Hussars9th Queen's Royal LancersRoyal Scots Greys2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays)

Question 6: He upheld Turkish rule in the area, and prevented the French from establishing a client state in ________, later securing the removal of a French occupying force in Syria.

Question 7: His long career in public service began as a commissioner to Syria in 1860, where his skillful diplomacy maintained British interests while preventing France from instituting a client state in ________.

Question 8: The report highlighted the plight of the poor in ________, and was used by nationalists to counter the Anglo-Indian claim that British rule had been beneficial to the poorest members of Indian society.
BengalWest BengalBengali peopleBangladesh

Question 9: Dufferin, believing this would only inspire further resistance, instead ensured that Urabi was exiled to ________.
MaldivesMalaysiaPakistanSri Lanka

Question 10:


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