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History Test Question China-WW2 -Ted Talk
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Empire/ Dynasty of Manchu invaders
Empire/ Dynasty in which the Opium Wars were
Empire/ Dynasty in which Zheng He lived
: Empire/ Dynasty united by "anda"
Empire/ Dynasty in which Marco Polo lived in China
: Empire/ Dynasty in which the Treasure Fleet was built
Empire/ Dynasty in which Grand Canal was built
Empire/ Dynasty of eunuch power
Empire/ Dynasty that made prominent use of compass
Empire/ Dynasty that unsuccessfully invaded Japan
: Empire/ Dynasty remembered for its currency
Empire/ Dynasty that acquired large amounts of silver
: Empire/ Dynasty that rejected Jesuits
Empire/ Dynasty that conquered the Song
Empire/ Dynasty that forced Chinese men to wear queue
Khan between all oceans
Meaning of phrase Genghis Khan:
Christopher Columbus of China:
Capital of Mongol Empire
Kublai Khan summer retreat
He was educated in Confucian tradition from childhood
Stern Post Rutter
Steering innovation in Chinese ships
Feature of Chinese ships that made them waterproof
The kind of economy China had under Qing
. Mongol legal code
Jesuit missionary who served on Ming court
Emperor whose reign began the High Qing
Families in farming units of 50
Furthest point of Ming Voyages:
. Chinese city "won" by Britain in Opium Wars:
It has no priests
Which is NOT true of Shinto?
The shogun proved unable to rule Japan effectively & Japan believed it was superior to Western nations
The Meiji Restoration happened because (two answers) What proved to rule japan ineffectively & what did japan believe at that time towards other nations
Which was NOT a capital city (Japan)
Go westward and settle the land
Manifest Destiny was the belief that Americans should:
Which idea is best represented by this image (soldier and lady holding hands
traditional Japanese ceremonies and rituals
The Heian period was marked by
the era of shogunates and the era samurai
Feudal Japan was: (era of what and what)
fear of the US.
This image represents (mad man with bushy eyebrows and blue around eyes - Commodore Perry)
when the emperor reassumed power.
Shinto became more prominent than Buddhism (when who reassumed power?)
they were generally looked down upon and seen as dishonorable in Japanese society
Merchants in Tokugawa Japan wrote a code because (what did they feel and what were they in Japans society)
Pan-Slavism and Access to the Adriatic Sea
Why did Serbia want Bosnia? (2 answers) -unite what, access to what?
U.S. neutrality until 1917
Which was NOT a
direct cause for the high death toll in World War 1
The ultimate goal was to capture Gallipoli thus knocking the Ottoman Empire out of the war
All of the following is TRUE of the Southern Front EXCEPT (ultimate goal was Istanbul, What city was not?)
It challenged U.S. control of the Western Hemisphere.
The Zimmermann Note could not be ignored because: (what did it challenge)
Trench Warfare Poetry
. All of the following related to the issue of submarine warfare by the Germans EXCEPT (type of literture)
He ignored the Republican- led Congress.
Why was President Wilson unsuccessful in his post-World War 1 foreign policy (who did he ignore)
Show President wilson's idealism. -Show that the U.S. was not truly neutral.
What did the sinking of the Lusitania do? (2 answers) shows Wilsons ______ and that the Us was not really _______
Longing for Acceptance.
. Which was NOT a theme of "Lost Generation" writers? -
they supported the idea of League of Nation
All of the following is true of the Republican- controlled Congress after 1918 midterm elections EXCEPT (what did they not support)
annexation of Austria by Germany
upward trending market in the 1920s
Ghandi's philosophy for protest against injustice
Sepoy Indian Rebellion
. this violent uprising resulted in the British Crown directly colonizing India
FDR's massive economic stimulus spending plan to get the US out of the Great Depression
System of government with private wealth but suppression of individual rights
risky investment in the stock market
. either fear or greed fuel this in the stock market
economic phenomenon of too much money with too little value in circulation
enacting high tariffs to protect domestic production
high unemployment, multiple reasons
one of the effects of the Great Depression
western Czechoslovakia land grab by Hitler
Ghana was the first sub-Saharan Africa colony to win this after WW2
Economic philosophy that stated governments must spend their way of out depression through stimulus funding
majority religion of Pakistan
US foreign policy of 1920s
The credit bubble of the 1920s allowed this space to look smaller than it actually was
The regular ups and downs of the economy around supply and demand -
What did Gandhi see as immoral and corrupt for India's future
The invasion of the Soviet union in 1941 broke this agreement
The growing middle class of professionals
Which is TRUE of present day Ghana
It granted Hitler Austria
All of the following is true of the Munich Conference EXCEPT (has to do with Hitler)
Stocks were only bought and sold by knowledgeable and wealthy investors in the 1920s
Investing in the stock market in the 1920s was risky for all of the following reasons except:
Industrialization and modernization of India
Which did Gandhi NOT support
it was privately owned company
All of the following was meant by describing the British East India Company as the "4th" arm or branch of the British government" EXCEPT?
All of the following most directly contributed to the Crash of 1929 and subsequent Great Depression EXCEPT (has to with new......)
The Great Depression's duration can be explained by the regular activity of the business cycle
. What is NOT true of the business cycle
Keynesian economics would support
World War II started as a result of the invasion of
Ghana's bright future and positive aspects needed to be highlighted.
What did President Obama's visit to Ghana as his first official visit to Africa suggest? (what needs to be highlighted)
China is not really a nation-state - a civilization-state.
The Chinese have a very different conception of race to most other countries
The relationship between the state and society in China is very different from that in the West.
What are the 3 building blocks of China? (may take a while to answer this)
It's an assumption that modernity is a product simply of competition, markets and technology, but it is not. Modernity is also shaped equally by history and culture.
Become a democratic republic - western thought .
US assumes that only free people can be a superpower or be modernized and be a democratic republic but China shows that communism can actually succeed with some extent.
Why is it an illusion to believe that as countries modernize they also westernize? What shapes modernity and becoming what is a western though, what does the Us assume and what does china show in return?
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