← Chapter 12 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Why did the U.S. declare war on Spain?
- What is extraterritoriality?
- What did Japan do to Korea in 1905?
- How did the Japanese treat the Koreans? Give specific examples.
- Who smuggled opium into China for recreational use?
- a The Japanese were harsh rulers, they shut down Korean newspapers, took over schools, replaced the study of Korean language and history with Japanese subjects, took away land from Koreans and gave it to Japanese settlers and forbade Koreans from starting businesses.
- b It was where foreigners were not subject to Chinese laws.
- c Japan sent advisors who took away power from the Korean gov't, disbanded Korea's army, and brought Korea under direct Japanese control by annexing it.
- d Because the Spanish were imprisoning the Cubans in concentration camps but really the US had businesses in Cuba.
- e British merchants
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Tokugawa opponents won due to the use of militia units trained by foreign experts and armed with imported weapons.
- With help from the European powers, Chinese gov't put down the rebellion when Hong Xiuqum committed suicide and the rest of the Taipings were masqueraded by the end of the year. 30 million people were killed
- The British attacked the Grad Canal by going up the Yangtze River which called Chinese gov't to surrender.
- G.B's navy, Germany's army and US's power of universal education
5 True/False Questions
What lands did the U.S. get as a result of the war? → Because the Spanish were imprisoning the Cubans in concentration camps but really the US had businesses in Cuba.
What were the Hundred Days Reforms? (7 main things) → Granted US trading rights, opened ports, granted foreigners extraterritoriality and Japan lost all rights to place tariffs on goods.
How did China modernize during this movement? → She diverted funds intended for the navy to build a marble boat for private garden.
What was China's population by 1900? → 475 million people
What 3 other countries won trading rights in Japan? → Britain, Netherlands, and Russia