← Chapter 12 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Why were Chinese peasants angry?
- What did the Roosevelt Corollary do?
- What did Cuba do in 1868? Did this work?
- What did he call for?
- Who started the Taiping Rebellion?
- a He called for the destruction of the Qing Dynasty, the abolition of private property, the creation of communal wealth to be shared, the prohibition of foot binding, free public education, and literacy for everyone.
- b they dislikes the widespread of gov't officials and the concentration of land in the hands of wealth elites plagued china
- c Gave the US the right to be an international police power in the Western Hemisphere.
- d Hong Xiuqum who was a school teacher
- e Declared independence from Spain then fought a 10 year war and lost.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Russia and Japan argued over Japan's presence in Manchuria. Japan offered to recognize Russia's rights in Manchuria if Russia promised to stay out of Korea and Russia refused. Japan won.
- Forced China to give Hong Kong to Britain and grant extraterritoriality to British and U.S. citizens.
- Britain, Netherlands, and Russia
- The American continents were closed for further European colonization.
- 475 million people
5 True/False Questions
How did Empress Cixi go against the movement? → She diverted funds intended for the navy to build a marble boat for private garden.
What did Matthew Perry do in 1853? → He arrived in Tokyo and aimed its guns on the capital of Tokyo to open relations trading.
Who did the Chinese gov't appoint to destroy the opium trade? How many chests did he destroy? What was Britain's response? → Lin Zexu destroyed 20,000 chests which caused the Opium War. The British was winning with its advanced navy and military with attacks but the Chinese didn't sue for peace.
When did the canal officially open? → 1914
How did China modernize during this movement? → The built modern shipyards, railroads, weapons industries, steel foundries, and opened science academies.