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06.08 19th Century Changes: Module Project
Transcript of 06.08 19th Century Changes: Module Project
The Boxer Rebellion
The boxer rebellion was a violent
anti-christian and anti-foreign movement between 1898 and 1900. The boxer rebellion took place in China where many men trained to be warriors and called themselves the boxers. China decided they wanted to stand up for themselves and they were not going to sway to foreign influences. This movement was one of several anti-imperialist movements at the end of the 19th century.
The Meiji Restoration
The Meiji restoration was a chain of events where practical imperial rule was restored to Japan in 1868. The Meiji restoration initiated the rapid development of Japan. Japan was afraid that they were going to be overtaken by the rapid industrialization of the west. before the restoration Japan was a feudal agricultural society and had a weak military. The restoration helped them a lot.
An Illustrated Timeline
From 1791-1804 Haitian slaves, led by Toussaint L'Overture, attacked wealthy whites. The main cause for the Haitian revolution was the philosophies of the Enlightenment in that "all men were considered brothers". The French Revolution also had a psychological influence suggesting that if the French could rebel against illegitimate rule so could the Haitians. The Haitian Revolution is considered the most successful slave rebellion ever, since they are the only slave rebellion that ended up wining and becoming free.
Between 1750 and 1850, the UK experienced the first industrial revolution. The UK changed from mostly agricultural to industrial. The industrial revolution occurred first in Britain because they had resources such as, coal, fuel, and a good climate. The industrial revolution transformed the world entirely. It spread every where and had a drastic change on society.
The Franco-Prussian war
The Franco-Prussian war also known as the war of 1870 was conflicted between the second french empire and the German states led by the Prussian kingdom. The unification of Germany is what caused that tension. The Franco-Prussian war is what ended the reign of Napoleon III in France, and allowed for the rise of the 3rd republic.
By Morgan Mickel