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The Rise Of Nationalism 2
The Rise Of Nationalism 2
The Rise Of Nationalism 2
The Rise Of Nationalism 2
The Rise Of Nationalism 2
The Rise Of Nationalism 2
The Rise Of Nationalism 2
The Rise Of Nationalism 2
The Rise Of Nationalism 2
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The Rise Of Nationalism 2

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  • 1. By. Tiara White, Neyda , Demitric Turner
  • 2. Opium
  • 3. Opium War
    • Was fought between British East Indi company and the Qing Dynasty of China from 1839-1842
    • It began because Britain smuggled opium (an illegal drug) into China which defiance Chinas drug laws and erupted into warfare against China and Britain
    • China defeated Britain
    • However the war officially ended with the signing of the Treaty of Nanking which marked the end of the war.
  • 4. Chaing kai- shek
  • 5. Chiang kai –shek
    • Took Sun-Yat Sen place as chairman of the National military council of the Republic of china in 1925.
    • Chiang took control of the Kuomintang.
    • To end the Warlord era and unify China, Chiang led national troops in the Northern Expedition.
    • During the Civil war after the Japanese surrendered, he attempted to eradicate the Chinese communist but failed, forcing his Kuomintang government to retreat to Taiwan.
    • He served as President of the Republic of China and Director- General of the Kuomintang until he died in 1925.
  • 6. Boxer Rebellion
  • 7. Boxer Rebellion
    • Was a rebellion led by a group called the Boxers in china in 1900.
    • There goal was to defeat the Qing Dynasty and air force all foreigners out of China.
    • The British, French, Russian, Japanese and America troops joined together to defeat the Boxers.
    • The defeated them leaving China in turmoil.
  • 8. Sun Yat –Sen
  • 9. Sun Yat - Sen
    • Was an ambitious leader that had long hoped China would become a democracy.
    • He founded the Chinese Nationalism party which in 1911 toppled the Qing Dynasty.
    • He was named the first president of China but, for some politics reasons he gave it to Yuan Shigai in 1912.
  • 10. Taiping Rebellion
    • Began over peasants demanding equality for women, the end of poverty, and the division of surplus harvest among the neediest
    • It began in 1850 and ended in 1864
    • Took 20 million lives
    • Chinese military, with the help of other nations finally crushed the last of the rebellion in 1868
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