5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Indian Nationalist Movement
- Turkish secular nation-state
- Attack on Japanese Train
- a China's setbacks in the Sino-Japansese war and Boxer Rebellion helped set the stage for the downfall of the Qing dynasty.
- b Gandhi promoted a campaign of nonviolent non-cooperation & began to mobilize millions of Indians.
- c The new Turkish government pushed through a sweeping program of reforms which aimed at turning the county into a modern secular nation-state along western lines.
- d Nationalism was encouraged by the British during the war as they search for regional allies against the Ottomans.
- e In September 1931 it blew up a Japanese-owned train in the Chinese province of Manchuria and made it look like an attack on Japan. The military then used the explosion as an excuse to invade the territory, set up a puppet government, and push farther into China.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Trans-Jordan (Jordan), Iraq, and Palestine became mandates to Britain.
- british general that commanded his troops to open fire at the mass of protestors gathered at Amritsar
- Yuan was an able military leader, but he had no political program to modernize the Chinese Republic
- The British and French received the Arab provinces of the Former Ottoman Empire as mandates.
- New Turkish parliament adopted the separation of state and religion.
5 True/False Questions
Liberal Politicians → the depressed conditions of workers, peasants, & business people, military leaders said if Japan were to conquer nearby regions it would provide new farmlands & create markets. Then Japanese peasants would settle new areas such as Manchuria, while business people would benefit from a larger pool of consumers, workers, & raw materials in annexed lands.
Emperor Hirohito → By the 1930s, the Japanese Emperor Hirohito and his advisers had built public support for a militaristic imperial system
Nonviolent, non-cooperation → Mahatma Gandhi's campaign of nonviolent noncooperation mobilized millions of Indians.
Guomindang → The British had promised to increase Indian participation in government in order to maintain Indian support during the war.
Amristar Massacre → By 1937, Japan's government was spending 47 percent of its budget on weaponry, thanks to the successful mobilization of people from all classes.