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Ch. 30. Revolution and Nationalism 1900 - 1939. E.Q. Who were the revolutionary leaders between 1900 and 1939 (country, career, role, name, goal)? Revolutions in Russia 15c; 16d; 17b,e. Totalitarianism – Stalinist Russia 17b,e. Imperial China Collapses 17d, 19a.

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ch 30

Ch. 30

Revolution and Nationalism

1900 - 1939

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E.Q. Who were the revolutionary leaders

between 1900 and 1939 (country, career,

role, name, goal)?

  • Revolutions in Russia 15c; 16d; 17b,e.
  • Totalitarianism – Stalinist Russia 17b,e.
  • Imperial China Collapses 17d, 19a.
  • Nationalism in India and Southwest

Asia 17d; 19a.

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VOCABULARY

  • banned – Made a law or ruling against –

Indian Nationalism Grows

  • corruption – Dishonesty; failure to act in

the best interests of others – Crisis at

Home and Abroad

  • czar – Ruler of Russia – Czars Resist

Change

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domination – Control – Indian

Nationalism Grows

  • executed – Killed – The March Revolution
  • invaded – Entered a country with the

goal of taking it over – Civil War Rages

in China

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noncooperation – Failure to obey rules

and laws – Gandhi’s Tactics of

Nonviolence

  • propaganda – Information or material

used to advance a cause; persuasion for

a political purpose – A Government of

Total Control

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9. radical – Those who favor completely

new ways of doing things – Czars

Resist Change

  • Siberia – Place of punishment in

Russia – Stalin Seizes Control of the

Economy

  • slogan – Saying – The Bolshevik

Revolution