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1.Movie time!  Read Chapter 34 (paying attention to the Key Terms attached) and then

.and pretend you are a movie reviewer.  Did you like the movie?  Why or why not?  Also, what in the movie relates to what you read in chapter 34?  

2.This week you will be posting about one thing you learned about in Chapter 35.  You just need to write a couple of sentences on it and describe what it is and why it is interesting.  Here is the have to write about something that no one else has posted about yet!  So the sooner you post, the easier it will be.  Make sure you only talk about one topic (person, event, place, etc) so that there will be enough topics for the whole class!  If you complete the assignment earlier, you will have more topics to choose from, and those will be easier to explain!

talk about (Mao Zedong-Would take over the Chinese Communist Party) from the book Traditions and Encounters: A Global Perspective on the Past, Bentley, 6th ed.  Vol 2 

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Chapter 35 Key Terms This Chapter looks at the changes in Asia, Africa and Latin America during the interwar period. In particular, it looks at how these countries tried to get independence from colonial powers. India-Mohandas Gandhi-urged peaceful resistance against the British to get home rule, and worked to end the caste system that divided the country. -India act-1935 started to give India independence, but did not work because of tensions between Hindus and Muslims China-in Qing Empire fell after a revolution and Sun Yatsen became president in 1912, but the country was still not totally unified - -May Fourth Movement-wanted to get rid of colonial influences - -Mao Zedong-Would take over the Chinese Communist Party - -There would be a long Civil War between the Communists and Guomindang (Nationalists-anti-communists) Japan-became more militaristic and got into a war with China after the “Mukden Incident” which was a ploy by Japan to declare war on china. The Japanese took Manchuria from the Chinese and the League of Nations did nothing. Africa- - WWI many Africans were forced to serve in European Armies. Fighting also took place in African colonies Colonial economy relied on Agriculture and mining Colonialism let a rise to a new African Elite who would eventually led the march for independence, such as Jomo Kenyatta Pan-Africanism-unify Africa as one country under native control. W.E.B. DuBois and Marcus Garvey supported Pan-Africanism Latin America-communists revolutionist ideas would have an influence here - José Carlos Mariátegui worked for the poor in Peru - Diego Rivera-artist who portrayed the workers and indigenous people in a positive light and was anti imperialist - The United States tried to control economies of Latin America: “Dollar Diplomacy” - Good Neighbor Policy-less intervention in Latin America by the United States during the Great Depression - But the US still supported Anastacio Somoza Garcia in Nicaragua, who was a brutal dictator - Lázaro Cárdenas- leader of Mexico who nationalized the oil industry, which upset foreign investors who had controlled it - Carmen Miranda-movie star who raised the image of Latin America in the US.
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Running head: CHAPTER 34 & 35


Chapter 34 & 35

CHAPTER 34 & 35


1. Movie time! Read Chapter 34
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