Nationalist Movements Around the World

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The Anglo-Egyptian Treaty stated that

the two nations would support each other if war broke out in the Middle East.

Zionism is a movement for

a Jewish homeland.

The Indian nationalist movement was headed by Mohandas Gandhi, who

advocated passive resistance.

After Egypt began revolting, Britain called them independent but

retained control over the Suez canal.

The British commonwealth allowed many countries to maintain local control, but aligned with them

economically.

Gandhi fought the British by attacking them in all of the following ways, except

violently.

The Balfour Declaration expressed support for a(n) _________________ homeland.

Jewish

Mohandas Gandhi advocated

passive resistance.

Support for a Jewish homeland was offered by the

Balfour Declaration.

The Wafd Party was a(n) ______________ nationalist movement.

Egyptian

British dominions joined with Great Britain to form the.

British Commonwealth of Nations

The _________________ expressed support for a Jewish homeland in Palestine.

Balfour Declaration

Wafd Party

Egyptian nationalist movement

Balfour Declaration

offered support for Jewish homeland

The Indian nationalist movement was headed by Mohandas Gandhi, who

advocated passive resistance.

After Egypt began revolting, Britain called them independent but

retained control over the Suez canal.

After World War I, some Turkish held areas in the Middle East became British

Protectorates.

The British commonwealth allowed many countries to maintain local control, but aligned with them

economically.

Gandhi fought the British by attacking them in all of the following ways, except

violently.

Colonial rule in Africa and India taught native people the methods and philosophies that inspired them to

rebel

Zionism was a push for a Jewish

homeland.

Support for a Jewish homeland was offered by the

Balfour Declaration.

Jomo Kenyatta

African independence leader

Under Kemal's rule,

women had more rights.

The leadership of Nnamdi Azikiwe brought the idea that ___________.

individuals such as civil servants should be running the nation for themselves rather than an imperial power, such as Britain

Many students within Africa brought with them ____________ as they returned home from studying in countries aboard, such as Britain.

western ideals such as democracy

Jomo Kenyatta and Nnamdi Azikiwe were leaders of the anticolonial movement in

Africa

Which of the following individuals was a Kenyan nationalist politician and was the first president of independent Kenya?

Jomo Kenyatta

Kemal did all of the following in Turkey, except

enhanced religious influence.

Nationalism is best described as __________.

the political belief that a nation should have the right to run its own affairs and not be ruled by another power

Kemal believed that _______ stood in the way of modernization for Turkey.

Islam

Jomo Kenyatta and Nnamdi Azikiwe were leaders of the anticolonial movement in.

Africa

Which of the following individuals was the leader of Persia, the land that is also known as Iran?

Reza Shah Pahlavi

Jomo Kenyatta

African independence leader

Kemal's government separated church from state.

T

Many students within Africa brought with them ____________ as they returned home from studying in countries aboard, such as Britain.

western ideals such as democracy

Jomo Kenyatta and Nnamdi Azikiwe were leaders of the anticolonial movement in

Africa.

During Mustafa Kemal's time, Turkey was the only remaining piece of the Ottoman Empire and needed to protect itself against takeover attempts from

Greece

Reza Shah Pahlavi wanted to follow in the footsteps of many African nations and become more westernized.

F

The Long March of communists into rural China weakened the communist movement.

F

Chiang Kai-shek led the _________________ wing of the Chinese Nationalist Party.

Conservative

Which of the following was an attempt to remove communism from China?

Chiang Kai-shek Movement

Under the government of Chiang Kai-shek, Chinese peasants continued to suffer under

conservative rule.

An effect of the Long March was that communists were able to recruit peasants far from the reach of the

both a and b.

The ____________ led to a rise in Chinese nationalism and a push for a constitutional government and industrialization.

Boxer Rebellion

The Boxer Rebellion began as a group sponsored by the Empress Dowager Tz'u-hsi, who was a

Traditionalist.

The Boxer Rebellion was held against

foreign interests controlling life within Chinese society.

led the conservative wing of the Chinese Nationalist Party.

Chiang Kai-shek

The rise of the Kuomintang led to the overthrow of the.

Qing Dynasty

_______ came to power by forming an alliance with the peasants of China.

Mao Zedong

All of the following are true of communism in China, EXCEPT:

The Communist Party was not able to defeat the Nationalist Party in China.

Empress Dowager Tz'u-hsi

traditionalist Chinese ruler

Sun Yixian

Chinese nationalist leader

Struggles within the Kuomintang ended with

conservative nationalists in control of China.

Chinese Nationalists established a dictatorship.

T

Japan and Russia went to war over

Russia's presence in Manchuria.

The rise of militarism in Japan was because of

the influence of Western ideas.

Japan showed its trust in the U.S. by asking President Roosevelt to help negotiate an end to the

Russo-Japanese War.

The Treaty of Portsmouth brought about the end of _______________.

the Russo-Japanese War

The Meiji Restoration in Japan supported the idea of

modernization.

Industrialization meant an end to Japan's

isolation.

Military leaders felt that Westernization weakened Japan, so the leaders called for a return to ____________ values.

traditional

Chinese Nationalists established a dictatorship.

T

The rise of militarism in Japan was because of

the influence of Western ideas.

Japan's economic troubles in the late 1920s led to an anti-Western movement.

T

Diego Rivera related worker concerns as a(n)

artist

Industrial growth in Latin American countries led the countries to encourage

European immigration.

The Good Neighbor policy meant

the U.S. would not interfere with Latin American matters.

As an artist, Diego Rivera related the concerns of

workers.

Many Latin American nations became military dictatorships fearing this ideology would be embraced by the government?

Communism

Lázaro Cárdenas nationalized which industry?

Oil

The Good Neighbor policy meant that the U.S. would not interfere with ____________ matters.

Latin American

The Russo-Japanese War was a conflict between Japan and Russia for territorial dominance in Manchuria and __________.

b. Korea

Treaty of Portsmouth

established Japanese dominance in Manchuria

During the 1930s, Central America's relationship with the United States was _______.

generally harmonious

Military leaders felt that Westernization made Japan

weak

Lázaro Cárdenas is best known for:

nationalizing the oil industry in Mexico.

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