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Imperialism china, japan 1750 1914 - 2014 updated

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Imperialism china, japan 1750 1914 - 2014 updated

  1. 1. NatioNalism &NatioNalism & imperialismimperialism iN ChiNa aNdiN ChiNa aNd JapaN, 1815-1915JapaN, 1815-1915
  2. 2. CHINA Manchu Emperor: Qing Dynasty China closed to Foreign Trade: -One port open -Limited Access -Silver only
  3. 3. Opium WarOpium War (1839-1842)(1839-1842) Causes:Causes:  British determined to break Chinese trade isolation Sell Opiumin ChinaSell Opiumin China: to create certaincertain demand, and to avoid spending gold and silver for Chinese products.
  4. 4. Opium!Opium!  By 1838 about 40,000 chests of opium shipped to China per year. New Manchu law:New Manchu law: NO MORENO MORE OPIUM SALEOPIUM SALE OR USE INOR USE IN CHINA!CHINA!  1839 - Chinese seized & destroyed British opium in Canton harbor.  British government considered this an ACT of WAR!!!ACT of WAR!!!  1839-1842- “First Opium War”
  5. 5. OpiumOpium WarWarss Treaty of Nanjing =Treaty of Nanjing = FirstFirst ““UNEQUAL TREATYUNEQUAL TREATY””  The British acquired Hong Kong as a colony, not just trading rights! ExtraterritorialityExtraterritoriality: British in China would be subject to British laws only; not Chinese.  Korea, Vietnam and Burma were released from Chinese tributary relationship /control  Silver began flowing outout of China.  Missionaries permitted to teach Christianity.  British gained rights to create more opium addicts!
  6. 6. Other countries wanted same privileges  more “unequal” treaties ““SPHERES ofSPHERES of  INFLUENCEINFLUENCE”” European nations’ exclusive trading rights to parts of China. subjugation and humiliation of China for 100 years.
  7. 7. ALL OF CHINA forced to OPEN TOALL OF CHINA forced to OPEN TO EUROPEAN RELIGION & TRADEEUROPEAN RELIGION & TRADE
  8. 8. Significance? World sawWorld saw ChinaChina unable tounable to keep Britishkeep British out: weak.out: weak. ChineseChinese themselvesthemselves overthrewoverthrew thethe Manchu…Manchu…
  9. 9. Taiping RebellionTaiping Rebellion (1850-1864) && Boxer RebellionBoxer Rebellion (1900)  ChineseChinese NATIONALISNATIONALIST “secret societies”T “secret societies”  Tried to drive out theTried to drive out the WesternersWesterners &&  overthrow theoverthrow the ManchuManchu. Put down byPut down by Western troopsWestern troops.. Why did the West want the ManchuWhy did the West want the Manchu ““in power?”in power?” Mandate of Heaven
  10. 10. 1. Taiping1. Taiping RebellionRebellion  Hong Xiuquan  Village schoolteacher who hated Manchu  Claimed to be the brother of Jesus  Wanted to abolish private property and give equality for women Nationalistic UprisingNationalistic Uprising Expel foreigners Expel declining Qing Dynasty (Manchu)  His armies captured Nanjing; almost took Beijing  20-30 million killed.
  11. 11. 2.2. Boxer Rebellion 1899-1900Boxer Rebellion 1899-1900 *NATIONALISTS**NATIONALISTS* Wanted Expulsion of allWanted Expulsion of all Foreigners from ChinaForeigners from China Japanese, Russian, German, American, British,Japanese, Russian, German, American, British, Italian and Austro-Hungarian troops put downItalian and Austro-Hungarian troops put down the uprisingthe uprising  END of QING DYNASTY!END of QING DYNASTY!
  12. 12. US Open Door PolicyUS Open Door Policy (1900) Wanted same rights for the US: “Me, too!”“Me, too!” US pledged to “protect the“protect the integrity of China.”integrity of China.” (Wassat?) The American public saw this as “a treaty of friendship and trade with China” …
  13. 13. The “The Last Emperor”The “The Last Emperor” Pu Yi (1908-1911)Pu Yi (1908-1911) Was replaced by a Republic: 1911Republic: 1911 under the leadership of Sun Yat-senSun Yat-sen Video: “The Last Emperor” rated R
  14. 14. Sun Yat-senSun Yat-sen  Founded the Republic of China based on the “Three Principles of the People” Nationalism Liberalism Peoples’ Livelihood
  15. 15. By 1914,By 1914, ChinaChina had ended its isolation,had ended its isolation, ended its dynastic period,ended its dynastic period, and become a republic.and become a republic. It was not industrialized, norIt was not industrialized, nor was it imperial.was it imperial.
  16. 16. JAPANJAPAN
  17. 17. Commodore Perry Arrived… Black Ships
  18. 18. Matthew Perry & USMatthew Perry & US ““GunboatGunboat DiplomacyDiplomacy””  1853: U.S. sent a fleet to end Japan’s self- imposed isolation & open it to trade.  Britain, Russia, and Holland later negotiated similar trade treaties with Japan.  The intrusion of the West = turning point for feudal Japan: The Tokugawa shogunateTokugawa shogunate overthrownoverthrown for allowing western nations into Japan!.
  19. 19. Meiji RestoRation, 18671867 Meiji means “enlightened rule”  Tozama Daimyo, Industrial Leaders &Tozama Daimyo, Industrial Leaders & Wealthy Farmers overthrew theWealthy Farmers overthrew the Tokugawa ShogunateTokugawa Shogunate.. New government based on “Modernization,“Modernization, Westernization,Westernization, Industrialization.”Industrialization.”
  20. 20. Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895) &Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895) & Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905))  China-  Cause: Conflict over Korea  Results: Japan won and increased its influence in Korea & took Taiwan.  Russia-  Cause: Conflict over Korea & Manchuria  Results:  Japan won and increased its influence in these areas. Japan’s global respect & prestigeJapan’s global respect & prestige increased… and so did theirincreased… and so did their CONFIDENCE as players on the worldCONFIDENCE as players on the world stage…stage…
  21. 21. Annexation of KoreaAnnexation of Korea Japan forced Korea into colonialforced Korea into colonial statusstatus and took total control of its government and society from 1910-1945. Manchukuo
  22. 22. By 1914,By 1914, Japan had become anJapan had become an industrialized nationindustrialized nation,, && a regionala regional militarymilitary && imperialimperial power.power.

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