JEOPARDY Russia and Japan: Industrialization outside the West
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What was the Duma?. This was the national parliament of Russia created after the revolution of 1905.
What was the Holy Alliance? This was created by the conservative Tsar Nicholas I and made up of Prussia, Russia and Austria which threatened to stop the spread of revolution created during the French Revolution.
What was Poland? This was the country that revolted in 1830 and brutally suppressed by Tsar Nicholas I.
What was the Crimean War ( Florence Nightingale and The Charge of the Light Brigade)? The war that was fought from 1854 to 1856 between Russia v the Ottoman Empire, France and Great Britain ( some people call it the stupidest war in History).
Who was Tsar Alexander II? He was the Russian Tsar who emancipated the serfs in 1861.
What was the Meiji or Enlightened Dynasty? This was the Japanese dynasty that was established in 1868.
Who was Iwasaki Yataro ? He founded the Mitsubishi company in 1870 and made his fortune in shipping.
What was the Sino-Japanese War? Japan fought this war in 1894-1895 which was the first step in Imperial expansion and gave them control of Korea.
Who were the Kulaks? They were agricultural peasants who owned their own land and were later displaced and starved by Stalin.
What was Nagasaki? This was the Dutch port opened in Japan and where the Japanese were exposed to many modern ideas and western technology.
Who was Commodore Matthew Perry? He was the United States commander who through threat of force opened Japan to U.S. trade in 1853.
What were the Terakoya? They were the commoner schools in Japan which taught rudimentary reading, writing, and Confucianism. They were the commoner schools in Japan which taught rudimentary reading, writing, and Confucianism.
W ho was Sergei Witte? He was the Russian minister of finance who was a leading promoter of industrialization and modernization in Russia.
W hat was the Decembrist Revolt? This was a rebellion against the new Tsar after the death of Alexander I led by western oriented army officers in 1825.
Who were the intelligentsia? They were the articulate intellectuals who became more politically active in the 19 th century and wanted radical changes in Russia.
W ho were the Bolsheviks ? Russian Communist Marxists who eventually take over the Russian government in 1917.
W ho were anarchists ? ?? ? This describes Russian radicals who sought to abolish all formal government.
Who was Ivan Pavlov ? He was a Russian physiologist who experimented with a salivating dog and conditioned response. ( sort of like the trembling caused by the word quiz in students )
What were the zemstvoes? They They were local assemblies in Russia which had a say in education, roads and local regulations.
W ho was Mutsuhito ? He was the first Emperor of the Meiji Japanese Dynasty.
What were the zaibatsu? were huge industrial complexes created in Japan by wealthy families. They were huge industrial complexes created in Japan by wealthy families.
What was the Diet? This was the name given to the Japanese Parliament This was the name given to the Japanese Parliament.
What was the Yellow Peril? This was the term that westerners gave to the threat of Japanese Imperialism which threatened the expansion of Western Imperialism.
What was Alaska? In 1867 Russia sells this area to the United States and it was dubbed as “ Seward’s Icebox”.
What was Siberia in the Gulags ? This is where many political prisoners in Russia were sent to prison or work camps.
Who were the Dutch Studies? They were a group of Japanese scholars who advocated western technology and learning.
Who was Piotyr Stolypin? In 1905 the Russian Tsar appointed him as the interior minister who instituted reforms to help the peasantry.
What was the Pan-Slavic Movement or Pan-Slavism ? This was the movement that would unify the Slavic people under Russian leadership.
What was the Russo-Japanese War? ( Theodore Roosevelt won a Nobel Peace prize for negotiating the Treaty of Portsmouth) was fought in 1905 and revealed a weakness within the Russian military and where two Russian fleets were sunk. The war that was fought in 1905 and revealed a weakness within the Russian military and where two Russian fleets were sunk.
Who was Vladimir Ilyich Lenin? He was the leader of the Bolsheviks who advocated a proletarian revolution of the peasants and the workers.