Dreyer Ch. 3 - 1911 Revolution as seen in the actions of...

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Key Terms, Questions, and Issues, Dreyer pp. 45-61 Today, any state grabbing the territory of another is considered a cause for war and international condemnation. Was this the case in Imperial China after the Treaty of Nanking? “Most favored Nation” “Self-Strengthening Movement” ( Tongzhi Restoration); ti/yong Why does Dreyer consider the Tongzhi Restoration to be a failure? Cixi What was the domestic impact of the Sino-Japanese War (1894-5) How did Yan Fu challenge Confucian ideas about the role of “self-interest”? What was the fate of the 100 Days Reforms ? Who was behind them, and when were they issued? Yuan Shikai Fists of Righteous Harmony (“Boxers”) What indirect role did the West play in the
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Unformatted text preview: 1911 Revolution , as seen in the actions of Sun Yatsen ? Nationalist Party (KMT or GMD, depending on the transliteration) How did the 1911 revolution lead to warlordism ? What is the connection between President Woodrow Wilson’s “ 14 Points ,” Japan’s “ 21 Demands ” and Chinese intellectuals loss of faith in the West? The May 4 th Movement, 1919 What was the significance of the Sun-Joffe Manifesto (1923)? Comintern (Communist International) Whampoa Military Academy Three Principles of the People Chiang Kaishek (in Mandarin Chinese: Jiang Jieshi ) Did the Northern Expedition (1926-1928) succeed? What was the constituency of the Nationalist Party?...
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  • Spring '08
  • Kuomintang, Chiang Kai-shek, Nationalist Party, Yuan Shikai Fists, Yan Fu challenge, Chinese intellectuals loss

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