Unit 4 (Imperialism) Study Guide by U6SJEYO6

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									                Unit 4 (Imperialism) Study Guide                                             Unit 4 (Imperialism) Study Guide
Please study your Basics 7-8, all Imperialism notes and readings, and        Please study your Basics 7-8, all Imperialism notes and readings, and
                         your motives chart                                                           your motives chart

   1.    This ruler, who at times adopted reforms and at other times            1.    This ruler, who at times adopted reforms and at other times
         rejected them, ruled China almost continuously between 1861                  rejected them, ruled China almost continuously between 1861
         and 1908.                                                                    and 1908.
   2.    This open clash between the British and the Chinese resulted           2.    This open clash between the British and the Chinese resulted
         in the humiliating defeat of China and the signing of the                    in the humiliating defeat of China and the signing of the
         Treaty of Nanjing.                                                           Treaty of Nanjing.
   3.    This was the largest armed protest to rock China in the 1800s.         3.    This was the largest armed protest to rock China in the 1800s.
         It lasted 14 years until it was finally crushed by Qing, British,            It lasted 14 years until it was finally crushed by Qing, British,
         and French forces.                                                           and French forces.
   4.     This armed protest, which was a violent reaction to foreign           4.     This armed protest, which was a violent reaction to foreign
         influence in China, was defeated by a multinational force.                   influence in China, was defeated by a multinational force.
   5.    With which nation did Japan sign the Treaty of Kanagawa,               5.    With which nation did Japan sign the Treaty of Kanagawa,
         opening ports for trade?                                                     opening ports for trade?
   6.    After which nation did Japan decide to model a strong central          6.    After which nation did Japan decide to model a strong central
         government during the Meiji era?                                             government during the Meiji era?
   7.    What were the results of the Sino-Japanese War?                        7.    What were the results of the Sino-Japanese War?
   8.    Russia and Japan went to war over what issue?                          8.    Russia and Japan went to war over what issue?
   9.    Which of the following events occurred last?                           9.    Which of the following events occurred last?
   10.   What did the Sino-Japanese War and Russo-Japanese War                  10.   What did the Sino-Japanese War and Russo-Japanese War
         have in common?                                                              have in common?
   11.   The term Raj is used to refer to the period of Indian history          11.   The term Raj is used to refer to the period of Indian history
         during which India was                                                       during which India was
   12.   The sepoys were                                                        12.   The sepoys were
   13.   What were the causes of the Sepoy Mutiny?                              13.   What were the causes of the Sepoy Mutiny?
   14.   One result of the Sepoy Mutiny was that?                               14.   One result of the Sepoy Mutiny was that?
   15.   The part of India that was under direct British rule was known         15.   The part of India that was under direct British rule was known
         as the ___. This term is also used to refer to the period of                 as the ___. This term is also used to refer to the period of
         British rule over India.                                                     British rule over India.
   16.   In the 1800s, the Zulu chief ___ used highly disciplined               16.   In the 1800s, the Zulu chief ___ used highly disciplined
         warriors and good military organization to create a large state              warriors and good military organization to create a large state
         in southern Africa.                                                          in southern Africa.
   17.   The opposition of Dutch settlers to British policy in South            17.   The opposition of Dutch settlers to British policy in South
         Africa turned violent during the ___.                                        Africa turned violent during the ___.
   18.   The ___began after rumors spread among Indian soldiers that            18.   The ___began after rumors spread among Indian soldiers that
         the cartridges of their rifles were sealed with beef and pork                the cartridges of their rifles were sealed with beef and pork
         fat.                                                                         fat.
   19.   ___ managed to maintain the independence of Ethiopia by                19.   ___ managed to maintain the independence of Ethiopia by
         exploiting imperialistic rivalries between European nations                  exploiting imperialistic rivalries between European nations
         and by building up a modern arsenal that helped his forces                   and by building up a modern arsenal that helped his forces
         defeat an Italian army.                                                      defeat an Italian army.
   20.   Where did the British Empire control an entire continent?              20.   Where did the British Empire control an entire continent?
   21.   Which continent had the greatest number of British colonies?           21.   Which continent had the greatest number of British colonies?
   22.   Why was India called the "jewel in the crown"?                         22.   Why was India called the "jewel in the crown"?
   23.   How did Menelik II keep colonial interests out of Ethiopia?            23.   How did Menelik II keep colonial interests out of Ethiopia?
   24.   What happened as a result of the Berlin Conference of 1884-            24.   What happened as a result of the Berlin Conference of 1884-
         1885?                                                                        1885?
   25.   What was the main cause of inadequate food supplies in                 25.   What was the main cause of inadequate food supplies in
         Africa during European colonization?                                         Africa during European colonization?
   26.   What was the main purpose of the Berlin Conference of 1884-            26.   What was the main purpose of the Berlin Conference of 1884-
         1885?                                                                        1885?
   27.   The Treaty of Nanjing gave control of this island to Britain.          27.   The Treaty of Nanjing gave control of this island to Britain.
   28.   These were regions of China in which Britain, France,                  28.   These were regions of China in which Britain, France,
         Germany, Japan, and Russia dominated trade and investment.                   Germany, Japan, and Russia dominated trade and investment.
   29.   This was declared by the United States in an effort to protect         29.   This was declared by the United States in an effort to protect
         American trading rights in China and China's freedom from                    American trading rights in China and China's freedom from
         colonization.                                                                colonization.
   30.   What American system did the Japanese adopt during the                 30.   What American system did the Japanese adopt during the
         Meiji era?                                                                   Meiji era?
   31.   What were the effects of the Opium War?                                31.   What were the effects of the Opium War?
   32.   What effect did the visit of Commodore Perry have on the               32.   What effect did the visit of Commodore Perry have on the
         Japanese?                                                                    Japanese?
   33.   The British colony originally set up as a penal colony was             33.   The British colony originally set up as a penal colony was
   34.   The European policy of paternalism reflected the belief that           34.   The European policy of paternalism reflected the belief that
         Africans should be                                                           Africans should be
   35.   How did Menelik II differ from other 19th-century African              35.   How did Menelik II differ from other 19th-century African
         leaders?                                                                     leaders?
   36.   Which of the following best describes the national boundaries          36.   Which of the following best describes the national boundaries
         that existed in Africa at the end of the 19th century?                       that existed in Africa at the end of the 19th century?

								
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