Spheres of Influence in China 18951914 Source Historical Maps on File adapted

Spheres of influence in china 18951914 source

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Spheres of Influence in China, 1895–1914 Source: Historical Maps on File (adapted) from the NYS Global History and Geography Regents Exam, June 2012. List of Some of the Unequal Treaties Treaty Year Imposing Nation Treaty of Nanjing 1842 British Empire Treaty of Wanghia 1844 United States Treaty of Whampoa 1844 French colonial empire Treaty of Canton 1847 United Kingdoms of Sweden and Norway Treaty of Aigun 1858 Russian Empire Treaty of Tientsin 1858 French colonial empire, British Empire, Russian Empire, United States Convention of Peking 1860 British Empire, French colonial empire, Russian Empire Treaty of Tientsin (1885) 1885 French colonial empire Sino-Portuguese Treaty of Peking 1887 Kingdom of Portugal Treaty of Shimonoseki 1895 Empire of Japan Li-Lobanov Treaty 1896 Russian Empire Boxer Protocol 1901 British Empire, United States, Empire of Japan, Russian Empire, French colonial empire, German Empire, Kingdom of Italy, Austro-Hungarian Empire, Kingdom of Belgium, Kingdom of Spain, Kingdom of the Netherlands Simla Accord 1914 British Empire Twenty-One Demands 1915 Empire of Japan Source of list: 7. If you were a European, American, or Japanese merchant, what might your point of view be concerning the unequal treaties with China? 8. If you were a Chinese person, what might your point of view be concerning the unequal treaties and the Chinese government that signed them? UNIT 12.2| Imperialism | SQ 8. How did Europeans, the Japanese, and the United States gain, consolidate, and maintain power in China?
FA SQ 8. How did Europeans, the Japanese, and the United States gain, consolidate, and maintain power in China? Contextualize Corroborate Directions: Respond to the questions below to contextualize European and Japanese imperialism in China and complete this graphic organizer. . Event: European and Japanese Imperialism in China Who? individuals, groups of people, regions, nations involved When? date, year, era, “before __,” “after __” Where? continents, regions, countries, geographic features nearby, describe the geography if relevant How? describe the process that took place Why? use words and phrases like “led to,” because, and so to show connections between events and to explain why Combined Contextualization: Why did it happen when and where it happened? Combine your responses from above to contextualize the event. UNIT 12.2| Imperialism | SQ 8. How did Europeans, the Japanese, and the United States gain, consolidate, and maintain power in China?

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