3760 - 3760. Review 2. Terms for Mid-term * = key term -Old...

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3760. Review 2. Terms for Mid-term * = key term -- Old Terms -- Taiping Rebellion, 1850-64:  an army led by  heterodox   Christian  convert  Hong Xiuquan capital at  Nanjing ; put down by the Qing army aided by French and British forces-  " Ever Victorious Army "; Li Hongzhang, Zeng Guofan Opium Wars, 1st and 2nd Tokugawa, Fukuzawa Yukichi , leading Japanese educator û : who founded  Keio University . His  ideas about government and social institutions made a lasting impression on a  rapidly changing  Japan  during the  Meiji Era . He is regarded as one of the founders  of modern Japan Meiji Restoration, 1868-. -- New Terms- - Self-Strengthening Movement Empress Dowager Cixi, powerful woman late 19th c. & early 20th c. Li Hongzhang*, Chinese leader in late 19th c. Sino-Japanese War of 1894-5, Treaty of Shimonoseki,7 * Taiwan, Manchuria, Liaodong Pen.  Japan most-favored-nation  treatment open   Shashih Chungking Soochow  and  Hangchow Ito Hirobumi 7 Triple Intervention, Russia, Ger, Fr. Hundred Days' Reform Kang Youwei*, leading reformer7 institutional reform7 He led movements to establish a  constitutional monarchy  ( t ˜ His ideas inspired a reformation movement that  was supported by the  Guangxu Emperor  but loathed by  Empress Dowager Cixi Emperor Guangxu, supporter of reform Open-Door, John Hay, end of 19th c.
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Boxer Rebellion *l Righteous Harmony Society Movement7 defeated by Eight-Nation Alliance Boxer Protocol*, large indemnity, ban on anti-foreign organizations, stationing of troops in China Sun Yat-sen* The United League or Revive Alliance, 1905, Tokyo Three People's Principles*, nationalism, democracy, socialism The Republican Revolution of 1911 u began with the  Wuchang Uprising  on October 10, 1911 and ended with the abdication  of  Emperor Puyi  on February 12, 1912. Li Yuanhong, leader of revolution KMT or GMD (Guomindang), Nationalist Party Yuan Shikai*, betrayal of revolution Song Jiaoren, founding of GMD Zhang Zuolin, warlord in northeast and north ,huanggutun Feng Yuxiang, warlord in north, sympathetic with revolution Yan Xishan, local warlord of Shanxi May Fourth Movement *, anti- imperialist , cultural, and political movement growing out of  student demonstrations in Beijing on  May 4 1919  protesting the Chinese  government's weak response to the  Treaty of Versailles   , especially the  Shandong Problem . Lu Xun,* (movie), writer d. 36, critical attitude towards trad. values).
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