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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?