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7th-Unit 2.6 SE Asia

SS7H3 Southern & Eastern Asia's History

TermDefinition
nationalism the belief that people should be loyal to those with which they share a common history, customs, origins, and sometimes language and religion.
Indian National Congress group formed in 1885 to work for the rights of Indians attracted mainly Hindus.
Muslim League group formed in 1906 to work for the rights of Indians attracted mainly Muslims.
ceremonial leader a person who holds the title the highest leader of a country, but has no real political power.
civil disobedience the non-violent refusal to obey an unfair law.
Mohandas Gandhi leader of the peaceful civil disobedience movement for Indian independence.
boycott refusing to buy products from a company or country in order to protest their ideals or practices
segregated when people are forced to be separated from others in society because of their race.
August 15, 1947 when the British offered India full independence of its own nation establishing the Republic of India.
reparations damages; the act of paying for harm caused during a war.
guerrilla warfare a weaker enemy attacks quickly and unexpectedly, then slips away before its enemy can fully retaliate.
Great Leap Forward unsuccessful program that began in China in 1958 and resulted in one of the largest famines in history; based on the communist ideal of every citizen working together for the good of the community and state.
Cultural Revolution a name given to China's attempt in 1966 to improve the economy by reorganizing its farms, businesses, and most of society; Mao began this to stop all opposition to the Communist Party.
Cold War a state of political tension and military rivalry between nations without fighting; especially that existed between the United States and the Soviet Union following World War II.
Domino Theory belief that if one country fell to communism, all of the nearby countries would also fall.
Long March the name given to the 6,000 mile journey that Mao Zedong and his followers took to avoid capture by the Chinese government.
Mao Zedong a founder of the Chinese Communist Party who led the Long March and proclaimed the People's Republic of China in 1949.
General Douglas MacArthur the American commander given the job of rebuilding Japan after World War II; he also commanded the United Nations' troops during the Korean War.
Ho Chi Minh a Vietnamese Communist Party leader who declared Vietnam's independence from France on September 2, 1945; France removed their troops from Vietnam by 1955.
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