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Chapter 19 strayer notes

  1. 1. StrayerNotes - Chapter 19: Internal Troubles, External Threats, 1800-1914 StrayerNotes - Chapter 19: Internal Troubles, External Threats, 1800-1914 StrayerNotes - Chapter 19: Internal Troubles, External Threats, 1800-1914 European Industry & Empires1. How did the growth of nationalism make imperialism more th popular in the later 19 century? 880 2. What caused Europeans to change their views on Asians and Africans? 881-2 European Industry & Empires1. How did the growth of nationalism make imperialism more th popular in the later 19 century? 880 2. What caused Europeans to change their views on Asians and Africans? 881-2 European Industry & Empires1. How did the growth of nationalism make imperialism more th popular in the later 19 century? 880 2. What caused Europeans to change their views on Asians and Africans? 881-2 China’s Century of Crisis th 3. List the problems that led to rebellions in China in the 19 century? 883 4. What was the Taiping Uprising and how did it end? 883-884 5. What were the results of the treaties that ended the Opium Wars? 886-887 6. What were the characteristics of the “self-strengthening” movement? How did it fail (include the Boxer rebellion)? 888 China’s Century of Crisis th 3. List the problems that led to rebellions in China in the 19 century? 883 4. What was the Taiping Uprising and how did it end? 883-884 5. What were the results of the treaties that ended the Opium Wars? 886-887 6. What were the characteristics of the “self-strengthening” movement? How did it fail (include the Boxer rebellion)? 888 China’s Century of Crisis th 3. List the problems that led to rebellions in China in the 19 century? 883 4. What was the Taiping Uprising and how did it end? 883-884 5. What were the results of the treaties that ended the Opium Wars? 886-887 6. What were the characteristics of the “self-strengthening” movement? How did it fail (include the Boxer rebellion)? 888 Ottoman Empire 7. List the many problems of the Ottoman Empire in this period? 889-891 8. Why were the reforms made by the Ottoman leaders more lasting and far-reaching than the reforms made in China? 891 9. List the major reforms made in the Ottoman Empire – include the Tanzimat reforms 891-893 10. Define “Islamic modernism” 893 11. What were the positive and negative results of the Young Turks taking power in the Ottoman Empire? 893 12. Give two similarities and two differences between China and the Ottoman Empire in this period? 894 Ottoman Empire 7. List the many problems of the Ottoman Empire in this period? 889-891 8. Why were the reforms made by the Ottoman leaders more lasting and far-reaching than the reforms made in China? 891 9. List the major reforms made in the Ottoman Empire – include the Tanzimat reforms 891-893 10. Define “Islamic modernism” 893 11. What were the positive and negative results of the Young Turks taking power in the Ottoman Empire? 893 12. Give two similarities and two differences between China and the Ottoman Empire in this period? 894 Ottoman Empire 7. List the many problems of the Ottoman Empire in this period? 889-891 8. Why were the reforms made by the Ottoman leaders more lasting and far-reaching than the reforms made in China? 891 9. List the major reforms made in the Ottoman Empire – include the Tanzimat reforms 891-893 10. Define “Islamic modernism” 893 11. What were the positive and negative results of the Young Turks taking power in the Ottoman Empire? 893 12. Give two similarities and two differences between China and the Ottoman Empire in this period? 894 The Japanese Difference 13. How did the Tokugawa Shoguns keep political control of Japan? 895 14. What economic changes were taking place in Japan in the 1600s to 1800s? 895-896 15. How did the US cause change in Japan? 16. What were the goals of the Meiji rulers? 897 17. List the political, social, economic (industrial), and cultural changes that took place in Meiji Japan. 898-901 18. What actions showed that Japan was becoming a military and economic power that rivaled the Europeans and US? The Japanese Difference 13. How did the Tokugawa Shoguns keep political control of Japan? 895 14. What economic changes were taking place in Japan in the 1600s to 1800s? 895-896 15. How did the US cause change in Japan? 16. What were the goals of the Meiji rulers? 897 17. List the political, social, economic (industrial), and cultural changes that took place in Meiji Japan. 898-901 18. What actions showed that Japan was becoming a military and economic power that rivaled the Europeans and US? The Japanese Difference 13. How did the Tokugawa Shoguns keep political control of Japan? 895 14. What economic changes were taking place in Japan in the 1600s to 1800s? 895-896 15. How did the US cause change in Japan? 16. What were the goals of the Meiji rulers? 897 17. List the political, social, economic (industrial), and cultural changes that took place in Meiji Japan. 898-901 18. What actions showed that Japan was becoming a military and economic power that rivaled the Europeans and US?

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