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Modern Asia

World History 11 Klabunde

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Britain started selling opium to China to: solve the trade imbalance
The boxers especially disliked: Christian missionaries
China made the trade of opium illegal in: 1729
After the Opium War Britain took over: Hong Kong
High School and college students recruited by Mao Zedong were the: Red Guard
Most people of Pakistan are members of the: Muslim religion
Combining Chinese collective farms into larger communes was: The Great Leap forward
Nationalist Party in China: Kuomintang
These were the results of China loosing the first Opium War to Britain: Britain received Hong Kong; five ports were opened to British trade; China paid for the cost of the war
Student protests in Tienanmen Square in 1989 were because of: corruption among government officials; a quest for democracy
India's most serious problems in the 1950's and 60's: population growth
Mao Zedong's plans to create a proletarian culture was described in this book: the Little Red Book
Chinese government's plan to improve relations with the U.S. and open door policy was through the: Pin Pong Diplomacy
Taiping Rebellion: resulted in 20 to 40 million people dying
Policy proposed by U.S. Secretary of State John Hay in which all nations would have equal access to trade with China: Open-Door policy
Allied army of the Western powers and Japan moved in and restored order in China and stopped this rebellion: Boxer rebellion
Nationalist Party (Kuomintang) was formed by: Sun Yatsen
This was started by Mao Zedong; used the Red Guard: Cultural Revolution
This was caused by the failure of the Chinese government to deal with pressing internal economic problems: Tai Ping Rebellion
Ended with the Treaty of Nanjing: Opium War
Led by Mao Zedong: Long March
Used non-violent resistance to change society: Mahatma Ghandhi
Boxers: popular name given to the members of the secret society of Harmonious Fists; wanted to expel foreigners from China
Communist Leader of China; defeated the Nationalists: Mao Zedong
Cambodian Communist group led by Pol Pot: Khmer Rouge
Areas where the European states had exclusive trading rights in China: spheres of influence
Nationalist government of China leader who fled to Taiwan: Chiang Kai-Shek (Jiang Jieshi)
Communist leader of Cambodia: Pol Pot
First President of China; military leader: Yuan Shakai
Be able to describe the Armenian Genocide include groups involved, the cause, what happened, and the end result
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