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40 the samurai of satsuma and choshu domains rebelled

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(40) The samurai of Satsuma and Choshu domains rebelled in 1863, hoping to A. drive out Western diplomats. B. protect the samurai class C. empower the Tokugawa shogun. D. restore the rule of the emperor.
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(41) Saigo Takamori, a former samurai, wanted to build a geographic buffer zone around Japan in the 1870s and offered to sacrifice himself in an attempt to conquer A. Korea. B. China. C. United States. D. Vietnam. (42) In 1876 a group of samurai led by Saigo Takamori let a revolt to protest A. the ending of the Tokugawa shogunate. B. westernization of Japan. C. being required to wear western clothes. D. the purchase of the Ryukyu islands. (43) The Tonghak rebellion in Korea was inspired by a mixture of Buddhism and A. the Enlightenment. B. Shinto. C. Confucianism. D. Positivism. (44) When Qing China tried to modernize its industry with the China Merchants Steam Navigation Company in 1873, how did it acquire the ships used in the Company? A. Qing China made them using western advisors. B. The Chinese purchased the ships from western dockyards. C. Japan traded the ships to China for access to Korea. D. The Chinese made the ships with plans stolen from Britain. paper. (45) What does the academic field of “Redology” study? A. The Dream of the Red Chamber . B. Western philosophical thought. C. Steam engines. D. International geography. (46) Late Qing Chinese society had many different options when it came to studying the outside world; what did Xu Jiyu contribute to that field? A. Paintings of western society. B. Drawings of American coal plants. C. Translation of Confucius into English. D. Description of world geography. (47) The Mitsubishi zaibatsu, known today for producing cars, began in what industry? A. coal production B. sake brewing C. coastal shipping D. telegraph (48) When the Meiji looked to European and American models for their constitution, what country did they draw the most heavily from? A. Britain B. United States C. France D. Germany
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(49) According to the principle of kokutai, Japan’s leadership is unique because A. the line of emperors is unbroken. B. the educated elite protected the peasants. C. peasants were always loyal. D. women were allowed to rule. (50) In addition to leading an embassy to the United States, what else did Fukuzawa Yukichi do to contribute to the westernization of Japan? A. opened a telegraph office B. edited a newspaper C. opened a sake brewing house D. was the first prime minister Chapter 25-Ottoma/Russian Empires (51) In 1683 Ottomans laid siege to Vienna but were turned back by a relief force of A. Poles. B. Austrians. C. Swiss. D. Germans. (52) One unplanned development of the Ottoman siege of was the introduction of _________ to Western Europe. A. tea B. sugar C. coffee D. dates (53) The Tulip Era of Ottoman history took its name from the A. use of tulips as an insignia for the sultan.
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