What were the similarities between the Taiping Rebellion and the Boxer Rebellion?
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Which of the following describes a major difference between the Taiping Rebellion and the Boxer Rebellion?
The Taiping Rebellion targeted the Qing dynasty, while the Boxer Rebellion supported it.
Both weakened China's government, making it difficult to resist foreign demands.
Which of these events was a widespread peasant uprising that lasted 14 years Taiping Rebellion Boxer Rebellion or Chinese Civil War?
They were both uprisings towards foreigners. They both failed to succeed
Each made it difficult for the Qing dynasty to resist European economic interference.
They were attempts to rid China of the increased number of foreigners that were taking over the lands of China.
They were both peaceful protests and they were both put down by the government. Many protestors were killed in both rebellions.
The Sepoy Mutiny in India and the Boxer Rebellion in China
Chin a fought back during the Taiping Rebellion and Boxer Rebellion to rid there country of foreigners. The Chinese gained a sense of nationalism during these rebellions.
The boxer rebellion took place in China between 1899 and 1901.
Which of the following resulted in the establishment of a rebel government in southeastern China that lasted about ten years?
A. the Guangxu reformsB. the self-strengthening movementC. the Taiping RebellionD. the Boxer Rebellion
The Taiping Rebellion -(1850-64), radical political and religious upheaval during the latter part of the Qing dynasty (1644-1911/12). Hong Xiaquan declared a new dynasty, with himself as a heavenly king (as Jesus' younger brother) in 1851. The Qing dynasty never regained full power and both the Chinese Communists and Nationalists see themselves as descendants of this movement. The Boxer Rebellion - against imperialism and Christian influences towards the end of the Qing Dynasty between 1899… Read More
After the Boxer Rebellion, Boxer leaders were executed, and the palaces were looted.
The Boxer Rebellion was a war in the early 1900s in china between Chinese warriors and Britain.
Some were killed in the Boxer Rebellion.
The episode (Fool for Love) with The Boxer Rebellion was set in 1900. The Boxer Rebellion was a Chinese national incident that happened between 2 November 1899 - 7 September 1901.
Beijing , China between 1898 and 1901 .
The Boxer Rebellion - band - was created in 2003.
Boxer Rebellion was held against foreign interests and foreign economy
the boxer rebellion is important in history because i don't know
The Boxer Rebellion happened because Chinese citizens were rebelling against oppressive rule by foreign governments. The Boxer Rebellion lasted from 1898 until 1900.
The boxer rebellion happened in China.
The US wanted the railroads that is why they were against the involvement of the Boxer rebellion.
Answer this question… United States actions in the Boxer Rebellion proved that
They both remove foreign influences
oppose european imperialism
They boxed in the boxer bebellion. <(*p*)>
The Boxer Rebellion.
The Boxer Rebellion
the boxer rebellion was a violent anti-foreign, anti-Christian movement by the "Righteous Fists of Harmony," in China between 1898 and 1901. A secret ninja group with different fighting techniques. Usually fought with China and Japan
The Boxer Rebellion was an attempt to remove the Europeans from China. to throw out or kill all foreigner
The Boxer Rebellion didn't have a good relationship with the Qing Dynasty due to there failling in China.
The Boxer Rebellion was held against foreign interests controlling life within Chinese society.
One of the reasons as to why the US was against the involvement in the Boxer Rebellion is because they wanted railroads.
The Boxer Rebellion resulted in a weakening of the Qing dynasty, and a weakening of China's national defense more broadly. The rebellion lasted from 1899 to 1901.
the attempt to remove foreign influence
the rebellion erupted in august 18th, 2059
By acting in the Boxer Rebellion, the United States proved they would use force to promote their own business interests.
The Boxer Rebellion was fought in North-East China
It was the 'Society of the Righteous and Harmonious Fists' desire to drive out all foreigners from China, that led to the Boxer Uprising (or Boxer Rebellion) - so the problem was not caused by any particular country.
Held foreigners as captives.
Why the boxed of course.
held foreigners as captives