l4 prep.docx - 1 What were the Taiping Uprising and Boxer Rebellion What fueled these rebellions The Taiping uprising was a peaceful one and favored

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1. What were the Taiping Uprising and Boxer Rebellion? What fueled these rebellions? The Taiping uprising was a peaceful one and favored missionaries. A few of the main goals of the uprising to overthrow the Chinese government and Qing dynasty and also to create a heavenly kingdom of great peace. The began to lose power however in the late 1850s because of internal fighting within the organization. The reason for this uprising had to do with the economy and the environment as well as defeats of the Chinese by westerners. The Boxer Rebellion killed many Christians, burned churches.it was named the Boxer Rebellion from the Society of Righteous and Harmonious Fists. The opium trade and political invasion was a large contributor to this rebellion. 2. Describe one factor which contributed to the inability of the Nationalist Party to establish an effective government after the 1911 Revolution. One factor that contributed to the inability of the Nationalist Party to

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