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Chapter 24 - The Beginnings of Colonial Nationalism


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The report that formally established the British Commonwealth of Nations
Statute of Westminster
the thing granted to certain countries (mainly from Britain) to have control over their own local affairs
home rule
Irish who pursued their goal of independence in the British Parliament
Irish Nationalists
the event where a small group of people revolted in Dublin, Ireland to try to gain full independence
Easter Rising
the government in Ireland unrecognized by the British who were determined to establish a republic in Ireland.
Dail Eirann
The other name for the Irish nationalist forces who fought against the British antiterrorist units
Irish Republican Army (IRA)
The northern part of Ireland called Ulster consisted of mainly ________. (religion)
The Southern 26 states in Ireland consisted mainly of _________. (religion)
The southern 26 states in Ireland got independence from Britain and were known as the _______.
Irish Free State
people in India who hoped that British India would achieve dominion status.
Indian Nationalists
the group of Western-educated Indians who attended the first political conference in Bombay.
Indian National Congress
the group formed by Muslim leaders to protect and advance the political rights and interests of the Muslims in India.
Muslim League
Gandhi beleived in this, it is a way of not fighting and yet you are still against something, but you suffer yourself instead of causing suffering on others
passive resistance
Britain enacted a new federal constitution for India in 1935 that gave them ________.
Indian home rule
A British officer ordered his troops to fire into a crowd of Hindus celebrating a religious festival, killing 400 people and wounding 1,200 others
Amritsar Massacre
a nationalist party in Egypt that emerged after World War I. They were led by Sadd Zaghlul Pasha.
Wafd Party
Egyptians were given independence and Britain would support them if the were in a war, but Britain got to keep control of the Suez Canal.
Anglo-Egyptian Treaty
the belief that there should be a national homeland for the Jews.
a racial dislike for Jews
the document stating that Palestine would be turned into a national homeland for the Jews.
Balfour Declaration
Parliament sent people down to Palestine to advise them on what they should do with the land. They suggested that the land be broken up into a Jewish and Arab state.
Peel Commission
communism according the Karl Marx
strong men with private armies in China
The revolt in China that occured after the announcement that Japan would be allowed to keep the Shandong Peninsula.
May Fourth Movement
the revolutionary Chinese Nationalist Party led by Sun Yixian
the people who fought against the Communists in the Chinese Civil war
Nationalist army
the journey that the Communists took when they were fleeing from the Nationalists in their civil war.
The Long March
Mao\'s version of Marxism in China
the U.S. battleship that was blown up in Havana harbor. This convinced many Americans that we needed to defend the Cubans against the Spanish.
the \"Maine\"
this gave the United States "the right to intervene for the preservation of Cuban independence or the maintencance of a government.
Platt Ammendment
President Theodore Roosevelt added this to the Monroe Doctrine that justified intervening in Central America.
Roosevelt Corollary
President Franklin Roosevelt declared an end to intervention in Central American with this policy
Good Neighbor Policy
A group of American merchants, planters, and missionaries whose goal was the annexation of Hawaii.
Hawaiian League
the name for the people in the Philippines
the Irish nationalist party
Sinn Fein
president of the Dail Eireann in Ireland
Eamon de Valera
the viceroy of India who said that as long as Britain kept control of India, it would be the greatest power in the world. If not, it would atomatically drop to a third-rate country.
Lord Curzon
an influential Indian journalist who felt that the Indians needed to go back to more traditianal ways.
Bal Gangadhar Tilak
the Inidan man who studied in Britain and then came back to try to get India\'s independence. He believed in \"soul force\" and passive resistance.
Mohandas Gandhi
Gandhi was called this. It means \"Great Soul\".
the leader of the Egyptain nationalists who led a revolt in 1919.
Saad Zaghlul Pasha
King of Syria, and then King of Iraq. He was an example of Pan-Arabism. He was able to be kings of two countries because the Arabs weren\'t used to being seperated into different countries.
King Faisal
This family controlled Syria.
Sa\'ud family
creator of the Zionist movement (journalist who covered the Dreyfus case)
Theodor Herzl
the foreign secretary of Britain who wrote to Lord Rothschild to give the Jews the homeland of Palestine.
Lord Balfour
The family who sought to work within the British mandate structure to further Palestinian Arab interests and limit Jewish immigration; they were the more peaceful of the two enemy families.
Nashashibi family
The violent family who stongly opposed British rule and Zionist immigration. It eventually led to an armed revolt in 1936 resulting in more than 300 deaths.
Husayni family
The first president in China after the Qing dynasty collapsed. He believed in united all of China.
Sun Yixian (Sun Yat-sen)
The man who simplified the Chinese language.
Hu Shi
the leader of the Nationalist Army that slowly unified China. He was Sun Yixian\'s successor.
Chiang Kai-shek
the leader of the Communist party in China.
Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung)
the nationalist leader in French Indochina. He was communist.
Ho Chi Minh
The leader of the Cuban nationalists.
Jose Marti

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