History Notes on 2-22-07

History Notes on 2-22-07 - History Notes on 2-22-07...

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History Notes on 2-22-07 22/02/2007 14:41:00 Lecture Outline – Colonialism and the East: China, Japan, and India I. Intro II. China and the Opium Wars III. Japan: The Evolving Society IV. The Indian Raj Important Terms, Dates, and Names: First victory of India, 1861 British East India Company Taping Meji Resoration Ch’ing Dynesty Commondone Perry, 1858 Treaty of Nanking, 1842 Indian Revolt of 1857 ‘model industries’ Hung Hsiu-ch’uan Tokugwa Empire
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Colonialism and the East: China, Japan, and India 22/02/2007 14:41:00 I. Introduction II. China and the Opium Wars China is one of the most stably ruled places within all of European history When an empire fell, another one would come and simply take over China’s Dynasty: Ch’ing Dynasty o Actual rulers weren’t Chinese! In early 1800’s Britin wants to trade with China
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