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VARIOUS PARTS
SOUTHERN CHINA
CHINESE SOCIETY
CHINESE
WORLD POWER
CHINESE NATIONALISM
BRITISH
BRITAIN
TAIPING REBELLION
FIRST SINO-JAPANESE WAR
TAIPING
OPIUM
FOREIGN DOMINATION
UNEQUAL TREATIES
CHINA
OPIUM TRADE
OPIUM WARS
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Various Parts

  1. The Opium Wars and the subsequent signing of various treaties led to the opening of ports in various parts of China.

Southern China

  1. The Opium Wars disrupted the old life and economy of southern China.

Chinese Society

  1. By the time of the Opium Wars, economic polarization in Chinese society had, in fact, reached a crisis state.

Chinese

  1. This led to the Opium Wars and British success, as the Chinese greatly underestimated the strength of the British army.

World Power

  1. Modernization and revolution in China: from the Opium Wars to world power.

Chinese Nationalism

  1. The Boxer Rebellion has long been seen as one of the first indication of Chinese Nationalism after the humiliation of the Opium Wars.

British

  1. The British declared war on China in a series of conflicts called the Opium Wars.

Britain

  1. The area began to attract the attention of China and the rest of the world again in the 19th century, when it was ceded to Britain after the Opium Wars.
  2. Opium Wars (1839-1842, 1856-1860), two conflicts between Britain and China over trading rights.

Taiping Rebellion

  1. The later banners proved unable to defeat Western powers, such as Britain, in the Opium Wars and were also seriously challenged by the Taiping Rebellion.

First Sino-Japanese War

  1. The Qing dynasty signed many treaties including tribute conditions after many wars, such as the Opium Wars, and the First Sino-Japanese War.

Taiping

  1. The Opium Wars and Taiping and other rebellion's in China proper had severely restricted the dynasty's ability to maintain its garrisons in distant Xinjiang.

Opium

  1. With demand for the drug among the Chinese rising, the British forced China to trade tea for opium as part of several treaties after the Opium Wars.

Foreign Domination

  1. Mao is widely credited for creating a mostly unified China free of foreign domination for the first time since the Opium Wars.

Unequal Treaties

  1. After two Opium Wars, China became weak in the second half of the 1800s (see Unequal Treaties), Japan started to enhance its military power.
  2. After two Opium Wars and the Sino-French War, China had become weak and was unable to resist western intervention and encroachment (see Unequal Treaties).

China

  1. China ceded Hong Kong to Britain in 1843 after the Opium Wars and the British established a port for trade there.
  2. This war with the British became known as the Opium Wars, and in 1842 A.D., China was forced to sign a treaty in which Great Britain received Hong Kong.
  3. Further conflicts on the reopening of trade in the late 19th century led to the Opium Wars waged by Britain against China.

Opium Trade

  1. In the 19th century, it was the opium trade through Guangzhou that triggered the Opium Wars, opening an era of foreign incursion and intervention in China.
  2. Chinese attempts to suppress the opium trade led to defeats in the two Opium Wars of 1841-1842 and 1856-1860.

Opium Wars

  1. As an alternative, Britain began producing Opium in India and forced China to trade tea for Opium as part of several treaties after the Opium wars.
  2. Modern Era The two Opium wars and the opium trade were costly outcomes for the Qing dynasty and the Chinese people.
  3. The two Opium wars and the opium trade were costly outcomes for the Qing dynasty and the Chinese people.

Categories

  1. Opium Trade
  2. Asia > East Asia > Korea > Unequal Treaties
  3. Foreign Domination
  4. First Sino-Japanese War
  5. Government > Empires > Qing Dynasty > Taiping Rebellion
  6. Books about "Opium Wars" in Amazon.com

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