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History Ch 6 vocab

Vocabulary

TermDefinition
World Power is a major country whose action affect other countries of the world
Expansionism is the desire to gain more land.
Isolationist a policy in which a nation avoids getting involved with the economic and political problems of other nations.
Annexed is to add or attach to something larger.
Refuel to take on fresh supply.
Descendants is a person that comes from a certain ancestor.
Naval having to do with a navy.
Yellow Journalism is exciting but untrue stories printed by a newspaper to attract more readers and sell more papers.
Commonwealth is a territory state or a nation that rules itself.
Spheres of Influence is an area of a nation that is controlled by a foreign nation.
Open Door Policy american idea in the early 1900's that all nation should be allowed house China's ports
Created by: JMAR