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10 This was the name of the last dynasty in China. What was the Qing (Manchu) Dynasty?

11 Power for Emperors in China came from this. What is Mandate from Heaven?

12 This was the name of the war that the Treaty of Nanjing ended. What is Opium War?

13 Name 3 terms of the Treaty of Nanjing. What were: 1. Pay for the war 2. open up 5 more ports for the British 3.Britain seized Hong Kong 4. limited taxes?

14 Name 3 problems facing the last dynasty of China. What were natural disasters, heavy taxes on the peasants, foreign invasions, peasant revolts?

15 Yin and Yang balance out nature. What is Daoism?

16 There are 5 basic relationships in this system. What is Confucianism?

17 Goal of life is oneness with the Way in this Belief System. What is Daoism?

18 Kong Fu Zi was the founder of this Belief System. What Confucianism?

19 The 4 Noble Truths are a part of the key principles in this Belief System. What is Buddhism?

20 Locate Hong Kong.

21 Locate Beijing.

22 Locate the Yellow Sea.

23 Locate Mongolia.

24 Locate T’aipei.

25 This foreign country invaded during the Civil War, causing a temporary truce. What is Japan?

26 This side won the Chinese Civil War. Who are the Communists?

27 He was the leader of the Kuomintang. Who is Chiang Kai-shek (Jiang Jieshi)?

28 This is where the loser of the Civil War fled to in 1949. What is Taiwan?

29 These were Dr. Sun Yet- sen’s (Sun Yixian) 3 Principles. What are Nationalism, Democracy, and Livelihood?

30 Students gathered here in 1989 to protest. What is Tiananmen Square?

31 This event under Mao was an attempt to modernize the country but instead it led to a famine and his ousting from power. What is the Great Leap Forward?

32 Under Deng Xiao-ping, peasants could sell any extra crops after meeting the govt. quota. What is the Responsibility System?


34 This was one positive change in Marriage after the Revolution. What are: purchased marriages illegal, divorces allowed, waiting period before marriage, couples could select?

35 Three results of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. What are mass arrests, world community outraged, foreign press banned, thousands killed, Communist Party remained in power?

36 He is the current leader of China. Who is Hu Jintao?

37 This group helped Mao regain power during the Cultural Revolution. What are the Red Guards (the young)?

38 This was a symbol of hope to the students during the protest in 1989. What is the Goddess of Democracy?

39 These are 2 problems China is currently facing. What are economic issues, Human rights, Tibetan independence, Overpopulation, North Korea/nuclear issue, Taiwan?

40 These were the 3 demands of the students in 1989. What are more civil liberties, better university conditions and an end to corruption in the Communist Govt?








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49 The worldwide event that began in 1929 led many nations to turn to strong leaders who made promises of recovery. What is the Great Depression?

50 These two nations signed a non-aggression pact one week before WWII in Europe began and agreed to split Poland between them. Who are Germany & The Soviet Union?


52 This resulted when Germany attempted to pay off its reparations by printing large quantities of paper money. What is hyper-inflation?

53 This NW region of Czechoslovakia was given to Hitler at the Munich Conference. What is the Sudetenland?

54 The term Anschluss refers to this event. What is the German unification with Austria?

55 This party led Italy from 1922 until 1943. What is the Fascist Party?

56 This was the symbol of the Nazi party. What is the Swastika?

57 The Nazi’s blamed these 3 groups for Germany’s problems. Who were the Jews Communists, and Democrats?

58 This was Hitler’s main justification for acquiring Austria, parts of Czechoslovakia, and parts of Poland. What was there were German speaking people living there?

59 This is the full name of the Nazi party. What is the National Socialist German Workers Party?

60 This name was given to the period following Poland’s fall when many thought that no more fighting would take place. What is the Phony War?

61 This battle was fought only in the air and resulted in a German defeat. What is the Battle of Britain?

62 This is the German tank. What is Panzer?

63 Hitler’s major blunder at this Belgian location allowed the allied armies to escape Europe in 1940. What is Dunkirk?

64 Operation Barbarossa refers to this event. What is Germany’s invasion of Russia?

65 The Japanese attack of this American Naval base led the US to enter WWII. What is Pearl Harbor?

66 This is the name given to Japanese suicide pilots whose desperate actions slowed Allied advances in 1945. What are Kamikaze?

67 This important America victory in 1942 was made possible because we broke the Japanese code. What is the Battle of Midway?

68 He was the supreme allied commander of forces in the Pacific. Who was Gen. Douglas MacArthur?

69 This is the correct order of these events chronologically: Iwo Jima, Midway, Pearl Harbor, Hiroshima. What is Pearl Harbor, Midway, Iwo Jima, Hiroshima?

70 He was the fascist leader of Italy before & during most of WWII. Who was Benito Mussolini?

71 He was the US president for most of WWII. Who is Franklin Roosevelt?

72 He was the supreme Allied commander of forces in the European theatre of war. Who was Dwight D Eisenhower?

73 He was England’s Prime Minister during the 1930’s. Who was Neville Chamberlain?

74 Who was the German President who made Hitler chancellor. Who was Paul von Hindenburg?

75 These were the three nations that made up the Axis Powers. What are Germany, Italy, and Japan?

76 This is term that describes the foreign policy followed by the United States in the 1920s and 1930s. What is isolationism?

77 These are three examples of appeasement. What are allowing Germany to rearm, German reoccupation of the Rhineland, German union with Austria, allowing Germany to take the Sudetenland, etc.

78 The Big 3 met at this conference to plan the final defeat of Japan and the post war world. What is the Yalta Conference?

79 This document was issued by Roosevelt and Churchill in August of 1941 supporting the rights of people to choose their own governments. What is the Atlantic Charter?


81 These are 5 permanent members of the United Nations Security Council.

82 What is the Security Council?

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