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Unit 6

Gandhi, Japan and China after WWI, and Latin America after WWI

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Refusal to obey a law you consider unjust. Examples: refusal to pay taxes, Salt March, Gandhi civil disobedience
resisting in a non-violent way passive resistance
rejection of war or violence as a way of settling disputes pacifism
pride in one's nation or group OR the desire for independence. Examples: Gandhi, Kenyatta nationalism
glorification of war or the military. Example: Japan after World War I militarism
land surrounded on three sides by water peninsula
chain of islands archipelago
refusal to buy goods boycott
became the symbol of the Indian independence movement because of Gandhi's suggestion that Indians spin their own clothes spinning wheel
march to the sea (led by Gandhi) to protest a British tax on salt. Example of civil disobedience. Salt March
movement to create a Jewish homeland in Palestine Zionism
pledged British support for the Zionist movement Balfour Declaration
the attempted elimination of a group of people in whole or in part. Example: Armenians in the Ottoman Empire during World War I. genocide
the right to choose your own government self-determination
An estimate 1 to 1.5 million of this group were killed in the Ottoman Empire in a genocide during World War I Armenians
Leader of Turkey who sought to modernize/westernize Turkey. Eliminated fez and veil, adopted Western Style last names, etc. Kemal Ataturk
Pledged to limit US interference in Latin America and renounced past US interference. Good Neighbor Policy
A Nationalist leader in Kenya who worked to gain independence from British rule. Jomo Kenyatta
Nationalist leader in India who used his belief of civil disobedience to help India resist British rule. Mohandas Gandhi
Retreat of the Chinese Communists (led by Mao Zedong) in the civil war with the Nationalists Long March
Created by: mrfordglobal