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Title      : MHI-15 History of China and Japan Since 1839 A.D
Subject      : History
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 37/423
Total Price      : Rs.      : 316
 
 
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China - Historical Background Total views (286)  
China is known to the ancient world since times past. China is the largest and most populous country in Asia. She possesses the ancient and the longest civilization, John Gunther says, "When ancient Greece was young, China was old, when Europe was a medieval shambles, China had a magnificently mature development.
Pages: 11
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China Under Manchu Rule Total views (285)  
Manchu dynasty ruled over China for about 300 years. With the coming of this dynasty on the throne we enter to a comparatively modem era of China's History. It was during this period two Opium Wars were fought and there was Tai revolution.
Pages: 8
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China and the West (To 1839) Total views (279)  
Until the nineteenth century China was practically closed to European the "celestial Empire" as the Chinese call their country as one of the oldest empire of the world and is more extensive and populous than the whole of Europe.
Pages: 10
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The First and Second Opium Wars Total views (278)  
The Opium War, also called the Anglo-Chinese War, was the most humiliating defeat China ever suffered. China before 1840 was completely closed. isolated from the rest of the world, except for the limited foreign trade in the city of Canton.
Pages: 11
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The Taiping Rebellion 1850 - 1864 Total views (279)  
Taiping rebellion is one of the first attempts made by the people of China to overthrow Manchu dynasty and to replace that with indigenous government. It was socio-religious and politically oriented rebellion. There was really no wonder, that the rebellion had early success.
Pages: 10
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Emergence of Spheres of Influence Total views (278)  
Through out the nineteenth century, China's Emperors had watched as foreigners encroached further and further upon their land. Time and again, foreigners forced China to make humiliating concessions. Foreign regiments, armed with modern weapons, consistently defeated entire imperial armies.
Pages: 11
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The Sino - Japanese war of 1894 - 95 Total views (276)  
China's conflict with Japan broke out over the control of Korea. After some skirmishes and uprisings of pro-Chinese against pro-Japanese groups in Seoul. Chinese and Japanese forces were embarked in Korea on July 14,1894, fighting had started at Phungtao between Chinese ships and the Japanese fleet.
Pages: 14
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The Hundred Days Reform Total views (278)  
The reform movement exposed itself to be such a willing agency for establishing the tottering reaction, because the atmosphere was heavily charged with a spirit of mass revolt. The years from 1894 to 1898 many be considered as the initial stage of the Reform Movement in China.
Pages: 14
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Westernisation and Chinese Reaction-The Boxer Rebellion Total views (278)  
The "Boxerrebellion" was an important event in the History of modern China. A secret society called the "Boxers" was fanned with the purpose of driving out the foreigners. As early as 1896 secret society activity had began in Shantung.
Pages: 14
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Open Door Policy and its Impact Total views (279)  
The giant was not recognized as a sovereign nation by the major powers, who were busy elbowing one another for trading privileges and plotting how the country could be partitioned. The imperial nations sought sphere of influence and claimed extraterritorial rights in China.
Pages: 9
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Growth of Communist Party Total views (295)  
The most fascinating chapter ill the history of modern China is' the gelies is growth and dominance of communism in that country. China is now all Red and has now become one of the greatest powers of the modern world.
Pages: 12
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Civil,War - Causes, Courses and Consequences Total views (294)  
The civil war in China turned out to be an outstanding event of national significance on two counts - that it put an end to the long innings of Chiang-Kai-Shek; and it heralded the emergence of the Communists who converted the entire nation into Red China.
Pages: 11
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Communist China: Internal Developments Total views (288)  
The year 1949 is quite unique in the history of modern China. For 1949 witnessed the abysmal end of the Kuomintang Era, as well the inauguration of saga of Communism. The Old China was an epitome of endless problems, which demanded serious attention and immediate redressal.
Pages: 14
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External Relations of Communist China Total views (285)  
On October I, 1949, the Communists officially claimed assumption of the Government of China, With the victory of Communism in China, what was formerly a vacuum, inviting intrigue and adventure, was filled by a new force whose presence, interests and ambitions have begun to condition all Asia.
Pages: 14
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Sino Indian Relations Total views (284)  
India and China are the two giants of Asia. In population, human resources, and potential they far outstrip any other country of Asia. They are also neighbours whose inaccessible Himalayan frontiers have been made less impenetrable by modem technology.
Pages: 15
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Japan: Geographical Features & Historical - Background Total views (277)  
Asia is the largest continent in the world. It is almost five times the size of the United States. Yet the name is more than geographical expression. The continent has no social, political, cultural, religious or historical unity. Its countries and its peoples are of seemingly infinite variety. The world 'Asia' is derived from Asu, an early Greek word for sunrise.
Pages: 9
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The Melji Period - Internal Changes Total views (280)  
The reunification of Japan in 1603 made the Tokogawa Shogunate chose as its overriding policy that of stability and isolation. Remembering the past periods of disunity and civil war, the Shoguns resisted change tried to freeze society at home and aimed to keep foreign contacts at bay. During their rule a slow change set in the kingdom.
Pages: 14
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Revolution of 1911: Causes and Effects Total views (267)  
Failure of reform from the top and the fiasco of the Boxer uprising convinced many Chinese that only real solution lay in outright revolution in sweeping away the old order and erecting a new one patterned preferably after the example of Japan. The revolutionary leader was Sun Yat-sen (1866-1925) a republican and anti-Qing activist who became increasingly popular among the overseas Chinese and Chi ......
Pages: 10
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Republic of 1912 and Yuan Shih Kai Total views (269)  
This unit discusses some important aspects of China under Republic. In 1912 monarchy in china came to an end and Yuan Shih Kai became the first president of the new born Republic in whose favor Sum - Yat Sen had resigned. But things were not smooth during Republic's regime. Yuan Shih Kai was not sincere to the cause of Republic and he tried to consolidate his position and decided to become a power ......
Pages: 9
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Role of Sun Yat - Sen in China's Politics Total views (270)  
This unit discusses the role of Dr. Sun Yat Sen in China's politics he played a considerable role in bringing close the revolution. He was a great revolutionary and organised Chinese revolutionaries against the Manchu regime. Gradually his ideas began to be accepted in China and under his guidance revolutionary parties began to function effectively. He was elected as the provisional president of t ......
Pages: 11
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China During First World War Total views (268)  
In this unit the different dimensions of China in the First World War is discussed. This chapter also discusses about the conditions of China at the time of war, the circumstances that forced China to take part in the First World War and China's benefit in entering the war. It also describes China's role in the Peace Conference and the significance and effects of China entering the war.
Pages: 10
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Emergence of Kuomintang Party & Chiang Kaishek Total views (268)  
This unit discusses the rise of Kuomintang Party and part played by Chiang Kai Shek to establish a National Government in China. You will also understand the rise and growth of national awakening in China, the reorganization of Kuomintang and the Kuomintang and Communist alliance. This unit also describes the career and rise of General Kai Shek, the establishment of National Government and the ach ......
Pages: 13
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SINO-Japanese Relations and Manchurian Crisis Total views (269)  
This unit describes the importance of the circumstances that led to the entry of China into the war. The sudden attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese merged this war into the Second World War. The Russian offensive compelled the Japanese to lay down unconditionally in 1945 following which Japan had to withdraw from the Chinese mainland and the territories occupied by them.
Pages: 10
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China During the Second World War Total views (270)  
In this unit we describe the important of the circumstances for the entry of China into the war. The war went on till Japanese sudden attack on Pearl Harbour in 1941 merged this war into the Second World War. Japan was still in Possession of a great part of China.
Pages: 9
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Japanese Foreign Policy-To-1990 Total views (273)  
In this unit we will discuss and analyze the foreign policy of Japan beginning with early intercourse with western powers. American interest in Japan. Perry's union, the treaties with the European powers and the Japanese imperialistic design in the east, which paved the way for the Japan's growth as world power.
Pages: 11
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The Anglo-Japanese Alliance Total views (271)  
Japan after modernization of herself followed the policy of expansion. By that time East Asia had become a primary focal point in the rivalry of the great imperialistic powers, who had formed an opinion that their future strength and security would be determined in some major degree by their influence in or their control over areas in East Asia.
Pages: 9
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The Russo-Japanese war Total views (273)  
By the end of 19th century both Russia and Japan developed their political as well as Economic interests in Manchuria, Korea and as a whole on China. Russia instead of living up to its expressed intention of protecting China acquired Chinese territory by lease and instead of utilizing her new territory for commercial purposes, she proceeded to make of poet Althur, the strongest naval base and Russ ......
Pages: 12
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Japanese Interests in Korea Total views (275)  
Japan always had an eye on Korea which was like a dagger pointed at the Japanese heart. The control of this country was therefore essential for Japans defense and security. She entered War with China over this issue in the 17th and the 18th centuries.
Pages: 12
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Japan and First World War Total views (274)  
After the Japanese Victory in Russo-Japanese War of 1904-5, international prestige and position of Japan considerably went up. Japan became a co-sharer with western powers in the exploitation of East.
Pages: 11
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Japan During Inter War Period Domestic Developments Total views (274)  
One of the most striking developments in the East Asia in the beginning of the twentieth century was the emergence Japan as a World Power. She was recognized as a potential Eastern power in 1894 - 1895 when she inflicted a crushing defeat on China.
Pages: 10
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Foreign Policy of Japan During Inter War Period Total views (272)  
This Unit intended to highlight the foreign policy of Japan since 1918. Japans foreign policy was identified with economic interest rather than formal empire.
Pages: 14
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Sino Japanese Relations upto 1931 Total views (273)  
The main aim of this unit is to discuss the Sino-Japanese relations upto 1931. Korea was the main cause of conflict between China and Japan. The relations were spoiled mainly because of the Japanese territorial expansion.
Pages: 16
Price: Rs 12   
 
Japan and Second World War Total views (244)  
In September 1939 World War II broke out in Europe and quickly engulfed most of the continent. Further the European War introduced quickly into Asian politics. In May and June 1940 Holland, Belgium and France fell before German armies and the Battle of Britain began.
Pages: 12
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Japanese Expansion and Rule in South East Asia Total views (245)  
Japan was a vigorous nation with a rapidly growing population and wealth. She was the first country in the East Asia to industrialize herself by adopting Western Science and Technology. She was located in an advantageous geographical position, which enabled her to command the sea approaches to East Asia.
Pages: 10
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Japan Under Allied Rule Total views (243)  
On 14th August 1945, Japan accepted the terms and conditions outlined in the Potsdam declaration as the basis of her surrender to the Allied Powers. Japan's dreams of glory ened with the final surrender. Her defeat in 1945 reduced Japan to the status of a third class power. Territorially she lost everything except the four Islands of Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu and Hokkaido and a few smaller adjacent ......
Pages: 13
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Japan Since 1952- Internal Changes and Development Total views (241)  
The Occupation ended in 1952. Japan disarmed and beset with numerous economic problems. moved slowly towards recovery. She was still tied to the United States but she decided to be neutral in the Cold War between U.S.A and the Soviet Union.
Pages: 12
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Japan's Foreign Policy Since 1952 Total views (243)  
Friendship and co-operation with the United States has remained the corner stone of Japanese foreign policy since 1952. The two countries are allied with one another through the United States- Japan mutual Security. Treaty which first signed in September 1951 and was revised in 1960.
Pages: 8
Price: Rs 6   
 


 
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