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  • returnTerms 100 pointsWhen local elites were kept in place during colonial rule. What was Indirect Rule?

  • Terms 200 pointsreturnPayment for losses (paid by the loser) usually incurred in a war.What is an indemnity?

  • Terms 300 pointsWar hawks who support an imperialistic policy. returnWho were the jingoes?

  • Terms 400 pointsreturnPushing outward or extending a states boundaries.

    What is expansionism?

  • Terms 500 pointsreturnTerritory ruled by people from a foreign land.What is a colony?

  • returnWhen the Chinese first felt the power of the British.What was the Opium War (1839-42)?Nativist Revolts 100 points

  • returnThe only country to give money back to China when the Chinese (Boxer Rebellion) were put down. Who was the United States?Nativist Revolts 200 points

  • Nativist Revolts 300 pointsThis was what pushed the Sepoy over the brink. returnWhat was greasing bullet cartridges with animal grease?

  • Nativist Revolts 400 pointsWhen English women and children were massacred in India.returnWhat was the Siege of Cawnpore?

  • Nativist Revolts 500 pointsreturnThe major (political) result of the Sepoy Rebellion.What was the India Act?

  • People/Places 100 points return The Scramble for Africa began with this European ruler wanting territory in Africa.Who was King Leopold (Belgium)?

  • People/Places 200 pointsreturnNativist Chinese group (female) who believed their magic garments were bullet proof.What was the Red Lantern?

  • People/Places 300 pointsreturnThe pre-eminent Asian power in the decades before WWI. Who was Japan?

  • People/Places- 400 pointsFrom 1899-1902 the United States was engaged in this brutal and bloody colonial war.

    Who was the Philippine Insurrection? return

  • People/Places 500 pointsThe Englishman who was the driving force behind many of Britains colonies in Africa.Who was Cecil Rhodes?return

  • Places/Events/Things 100 pointsThroughout most of the nineteenth century American foreign policy was guided by this.What was (George) Washingtons Farewell Address?return

  • Places/Events/Things 200 pointsThe U.S.s chief trading partner in the 1890s.What was Cuba?return

  • Places/Events/Things 300 pointsThis was who the Meiji modeled their government and military after.What is Germany?return

  • Places/Events/Things 400 points Secretary of State John Hays (American) response to carving up the Chinese melon was this.What was the Open Door Policy?return

  • Places/Events/Things 500 pointsWhat was the Battle of Omdurman?return

    The power of Western military might exhibited against the Sudanese (1898).

  • More Stuff 100 pointsreturnThe British essentially became the worlds first state-sponsored drug dealers by getting the Chinese addicted to this drug.What was opium?

  • More Stuff 200 pointsreturnThis was who the sepoy worked for.What was the British East India Company?

  • More Stuff 300 pointsreturnTeddy Roosevelt became the first president to receive the Nobel Peace Prize because of his work on this.

    What was the Treaty of Portsmouth (NH)?

  • More Stuff 400 pointsreturnThe American foreign policy that made the U.S. essentially an international policeman.What was the Roosevelt Corollary?

  • More Stuff 500 pointsreturnBritain acquired Hong Kong (and four other ports) from this.What was the Treaty of Nanjing?

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