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|Russian czar from 1855-1881 and he freed the serfs.
|society without government or law
|Radical who wanted society without government
|A 1900 revolt in China, aimed at ending foreign influence in the country.
|Catherine the Great
|Russian ruler who became ruler after her husband died. She legalized the sale of serfs separately from the land
|Russian war against Ottomans for control of the Black Sea; intervention by Britain and France cause Russia to lose; Russians realize need to industiralize.
|a failed attempt by army officers to take control of the Russian government, replace Nicholas I and set up a constitutional monarchy
|Russian Eastern Orthodox novelist who wrote Crime and Punishment
|Empress Dowager Cixi
|Empress of China and adopted mother of Emperor Guangxi. She put her son under house arrest, supported anti-foreign movements like the so-called Boxers, and resisted reforms of the Chinese government and armed forces.
|Britain competed for India with this country
|took over Algeria from the Ottomans
|Canadian missionary to China
|Chinese ruler who worked to modernize China and developed a constitutional monarchy
|Claimed to be the younger brother of Jesus and called himself a "Heavenly King"
|Hundreds Days' Reform
|failed attempt to make significant political, legal and social changes in China
|Asian country that defeated Russian in 1905
|first Asian nation to become industrialized even though it had few natural resources
|Ottoman who laid the foundation for a modern Turkey
|Father of Anarchism
|his troops failed to permanently conquer Egypt
|Addictive Jdrug introduced to China from Britain
|the trade of this product drained Chinese finances
|Greece and Serbia gained their freedom from this empire
|lost control of the Black Sea area to the Russians in the mid 19th century
|Pressured Japan to open for trade and end its isolation
|Russia, along with other nations, partitioned this country to continue their expansion
|the last imperial dynasty of China (from 1644 to 1912) which was overthrown by revolutionaries
|British general who led them to a victory at the Battle of Plassey in India
|a harsh winter in this country caused great losses to Napoleon's army
|an 1857 rebellion of Hindu and Muslim soldiers against the British in India
|state religion of Japan
|a war between China and Japan for influence, power, and territory
|Spheres of Influence
|an area in China where a foreign nation controlled economic developments such as railroad construction and mining
|geopolitical and cultural region of southeastern Europe named after a mountain range.