What events led to the decline of the Chinese Nationalists? A. Soviet forces invaded china's heartland and teamed up with the socially progressive chinese nationalists to liberate the chinese peasants and rehabilitate the communists. B. The hostile chinese nationalists sent

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  1. History/Social Studies

    What was the result of the development of the Silk Road? Select all that apply. A. It brought new ideas such as Buddhism into China. B. It enabled the Shang to expand Chinese territory. C. It made travel easier between northern and southern China. D. It

  2. Geography

    Drag and drop the descriptions of events to match conditions in each country following world war II china japan korea Taiwan 1. Communist anti-communist forces backed by foreign nations went to war here, dividing the country into North and south **Taiwan

  3. Social Studies

    hi i need help checking my answer How did early contact with China affect Japan? A. The Japanese government became a model for China. B. Japan became a Chinese territory. C. The Japanese adopted the Chinese writing system. D. The original inhabitants of

  4. World History

    What was the result of the Battle of Stalingrad A) The prolonged battle cost the German army profoundly in troops and equipment and enabled a Soviet advance. B) The starvation of the Soviet troops resulted in their defeat and allowed German forces to

  5. History

    Which explains how the Cold War affected politics in Nicaragua in the 1980s? A- The country was blockaded by NATO because of its alliance with the Soviet Union. B- The United States armed Nicaraguan Contras against the Socialist government in a civil war.

  6. History

    1) Which of the following best represents the two perspectives of imperialists and anti-imperialists? A. for foreign treaties vs. against foreign treaties B for annexing new territory vs. against annexing territory C. for building an elite upper class vs.

  7. social studies

    How did communist and nationalist forces influence China? Select all that apply. A. They encouraged the opening of China to foreign trade. B. They caused political conflict and civil war. C. They worked together to overthrow China's last imperial dynasty.

  8. History

    How did the Chinese government react to the fall of Communist Russia? The Chinese government predicted that its own system could collapse, since it had been based on the Soviet Communist model. When Soviet states withdrew from the USSR, Chinese diplomats

  9. World History

    Which best expresses the conflicting political relationship between China’s Nationalists and Communists? A. The two opposing factions had been engaged in warfare for so long that their constant battling achieved the status of a political tradition, one

  10. SS

    In what way did China's isolated geography contribute to its development as a country? Isolation allowed China to develop on its own, without too much interference from foreign invasion. Isolation caused the Chinese people to lag behind the world in

  11. History

    Why did China’s economy succeed when the Soviet economy failed in the 1980s? A) China became more economically isolated and self-sufficient, rejecting membership in trade organizations. B) China implemented market-driven economic reforms while

  12. social studies.

    Hai so can somebody plz help me? How did the Cultural Revolution of 1966 impact China? A. Many protest took place and the government became more democratic in response. B. Military forces took over china and made it a military dictatorship. (**) C. Many

  13. History

    How did European imperialism influence Asia? European nations overthrew local leaders to establish a trade network, which reduced the profitability of the Chinese tea industry. Lack of interest in European goods led to the distribution of opium, which

  14. History

    What events led to the decline of the Roman Empire?

  15. history

    What was the significance of the Soviet Union’s invasion of Korea during World War II? The Japanese surrendered out of fear of the Soviet army. Dual occupation of Korea led to the Korean War. China joined the war to provide support in the Pacific

  16. History

    What led to the Boxer Rebellion? The Open Door policy led other nations to carve out spheres of influence in China, leading to condemnation of the imperialists. European attempts to introduce industrialization in mainland Asia led the Chinese to react by

  17. World History

    Which was a main cause of conflict between Britain and China in the mid-19th century? A. China harassed British ships in the Indian Ocean to undermine Britain’s growing influence. B. Britain introduced large amounts of silver into the Chinese market to

  18. geography

    Why does traditional Chinese medicine affect worldwide wildlife populations? A.Traditional Chinese medicine is against the law in China. B.China has little wildlife remaining, so it must import animal products. C.It is less expensive to obtain these animal

  19. history

    Which represents a major effect of changing US military policy on African Americans in the Korean War? The rescinding of the GI Bill led to a major decline in the enlistment of African Americans in the armed forces. An executive order ending segregation in

  20. History

    What events led to the decline of the Chinese Nationalists? A. Soviet forces invaded china's heartland and teamed up with the socially progressive chinese nationalists to liberate the chinese peasants and rehabilitate the communists. B. The hostile chinese

  21. History

    What events led to the decline of the Chinese Nationalists? A. Soviet forces invaded china's heartland and teamed up with the socially progressive chinese nationalists to liberate the chinese peasants and rehabilitate the communists. B. The hostile chinese

  22. Social Studies

    The Chinese civilization began along the Yellow River basin around 1700 BCE and soon spread along other rivers in China. Yellow River floods enriched the surrounding soils, allowing farmers to produce surplus crops and domesticate animals. Yellow River

  23. World History

    Which most accurately describes the impact that the collapse of the Soviet Union had on the Middle East? The Soviet collapse extended the influence of democracy with free elections throughout the Middle East. The Soviet collapse allowed the United States

  24. world history 9

    Why did Japan adopt elements of Chinese society? A. They believed some Chinese practices were superior to theirs. B. The Chinese invaded Japan and forced their ways on the** Japanese. C. Korean success adopting Chinese customs convinced Japan to do

  25. American History

    What was a turning point in the domination of the United Nation forces of the Korean Peninsula? It was North Korean forces capturing Seoul. It was the Chinese army’s second offensive along the 38th parallel. It was the North Korean forces invasion of

  26. history

    Which option identifies Chiang Kai-shek? leader of the Chinese Communist Party who defeated the armies of Chinese Nationalists leader of the Chinese Capitalists who defeated factions of the Chinese Nationalists leader of the Chinese Communist Party

  27. History

    How did the Chinese government react to the fall of Communist Russia? A. When Soviet states withdrew from the USSR, Chinese diplomats sought to acquire Russian states located along the Chinese border. B. The Chinese government predicted that its own system

  28. geography

    What was the Nationalists' attitude toward reform in China? They wanted foreign powers to retain spheres of influence in China. They disliked foreign interference but were influenced by Western ideas. They advocated a working-class revolution to defeat the

  29. Social Studies

    1. Which of the following was an outcome of the Russian Revolution? A. The Bolsheviks seized power.*** B. The czar regained the throne. C. Russia developed a democracy. D. Russian dictatorship came to an end. 2. How might Germany react to the peace

  30. History

    Who started the cold war? truman or stalin? 3 reasons why? my work: Many historians believe that Harry Truman was the one who started the cold war. There is no specific event that led to the cold war but the war mainly broke out because the US and the

  31. Social Studies

    What significance does October 1 1949 have in Chinese history? a. The Boxer Rebellion was defeated by foreign troops b. The last dynasty ended with the death of its empress c. Mao Zedong declared China "The People's Republic of China"*** d. China ended its

  32. Can somone Please help me with this

    1. Which of the following stretches from southern Mongolia toward the Huang River in China? the Gobi Desert the Himalayas the North China Plain the Tibetan Plateau 2. Which of the following places would most likely have hot, humid summers and mild winters?

  33. Social Studies

    I can't seem to figure out this question... Drag and drop the descriptions of events to match conditions in each country following World War II. China Japan Korea Taiwan Communist and anti-communist forces backed by foreign nations went to war here,

  34. Social Studies

    How did communist and nationalist forces influence China? Select all that apply. A. They encouraged the opening of China to foreign trade. B. They caused political conflict and civil war. C. They worked together to overthrow China's last imperial dynasty.

  35. Social Studies

    How did communist and nationalist forces influence China? Select the three correct answers. A. They encouraged the opening of China to foreign trade. B. They caused political conflict and civil war. C. They worked together to overthrow China's last

  36. History

    Who was Zheng He? A)a Chinese emperor who sponsored large-scale voyages of exploration from Asia to Africa B)a Chinese explorer who was the first to round Africa’s Cape of Good Hope C)a Chinese admiral who explored the Indian Ocean during the Ming

  37. S History

    in China, the United States competed with other nations for a) Chinese manufactured goods b) Asian trade c) access to Chinese consumers d) territory I think C

  38. history

    i think its rite is it? 13.) . The visit of an influential nuclear physicist to a population symposium in 1979 led to A. the two-child policy in China. B. the election of Deng Xiaoping in China. C. new nuclear-power safety measures in populated areas in

  39. History

    Answers: 1.)D 4.)C 1. In China’s civil war, the United States backed the Communists, led by Jiang Jieshi. the Communists, led by Mao Zedong. the Nationalists, led by Mao Zedong. the Nationalists, led by Jiang Jieshi. 4. What was one place on the globe

  40. history

    What effect did the entrance of Chinese troops have on the Korean War? The entrance of China encouraged the Soviet Union to send in hundreds of thousands of troops on the North Korean side. Successive Chinese victories demoralized American troops and led

  41. world history

    What impact did the collapse of the Soviet Union have on the end of segregation in South Africa? a- The decline of the Soviet Union allowed for the United Nations to intervene in the segregation policies of the South African government. b-The decline of

  42. Social Studies

    PLZ HELP!!!!!!!! MY GRADE DEPENDS ON THIS!!!!! Out of the nearly seven billion people living on Earth, about how many have access to the internet? A. Fewer than one billion B. Slightly less than half C. Slightly more than half D. More than 90 percent What

  43. History

    How did the Chinese government react to the fall of Communist Russia? A. The Chinese government predicted that its own system could collapse, since it had been based on the Soviet Communist model. B. The Chinese government hired former Soviet Communist

  44. English

    1. I learned about some Chinese expressions and Chinese cultures. 2. I learned about the length of the Great Wall of China. 3. I leaned Chinese songs. 4. I learned that China has a long history. (Do we have to use 'had'?) 5. I learned that Chinese people

  45. History

    Which aftereffect of Americanization helps China compete in today’s expanding global marketplace? A) Over half of China’s rural population was attracted to urban areas. B) Chinese designers understand the American commercial market. C) China now has

  46. History

    How did Japan’s geography affect its relations with neighboring countries in the 1930s? a.Because it lacked resources, Japan occupied China and Indochina to secure agricultural land, coal, and iron. b.Because of Japan’s rich supply of silkworms, it was

  47. history

    After the War of 1812, there emerged a group of Republicans who urged the nation to consider "national" issues rather than "local" or "sectional" matters. So persistent were they that many of their party contended that they were abandoning the basic

  48. history

    What foreign force cause the new republic of China to fall into chaos after 1912? A. The Silk Road was captured by Russian forces B. Foreign power increase their influence over Chinese affair C. The United State withdraw China's favored nation status D.

  49. Check my answers?

    The passage: For decades, America has been locked in hostile confrontation with the two great Communist powers, the Soviet Union and the People’s Republic of China. We were engaged with the one at many points and almost totally isolated from the other,

  50. history

    i need ti write a paper on why the soviet union is to blame for the cold war. could an example i cit be when the soviet union invaded afghanistan?

  51. Social Studies

    Many inventions were made during the Han dynasty of China which contributed to its culture and led to trade with other civilizations. China invented porcelain, paper, ink and gunpowder (which was used in fireworks). China traded these goods along a trade

  52. History

    During the Yalta Conference, what did President Roosevelt promise Premier Stalin in exchange for the Soviet Union joining the Pacific War against Japan? 1. The Soviet Union would gain a sphere of influence in Manchuria. 2. The Soviet Union would be granted

  53. World History Answer Check (Ms. Sue)

    1. Why were there rebellions in China after General Yuan Shigai become president? A: There were rebellions in China after General Yuan Shigai became president because Yuan's dictorial ways and efforts led to conflict with Su Yat-sen's Nationalist Party. 2.

  54. Geography (Ms. Sue)

    1). What was the extent of the Russian Empire's expansion between the 9th century and the end of the 17th century? A: The Russian Empire's expansion extended to the Pacific Ocean by the end of the 17th century. 2). What were the origins of the Soviet

  55. history /:

    The united states developed the open door policy toward china as a means to: A. Prevent foreign powers from monopolizing trade with china B. Stop china from taking over nearby mineral-rich siberia C. Increase the chinese immigration to the united states D.

  56. World History

    What events led up to the cold war? I have this so far please tell me what i need to add, I need real events... The u.s and britan tried to counter russia's manipulation of eastern Europe. In 1945 the U.s developed the atomic bomb. in 1947, the u.s

  57. geography

    What is peculiar about Hong Kong's political status? A) It is jointly governed by both Britain and China. B) It is a sovereign nation that will become a Chinese colony in 2000. C) It is culturally a part of China but has been governed by Japan since 1860.

  58. CHECK ANSWERS PLEASE!!!

    1. Which of the following stretches from southern Mongolia toward the Huang River in China? A.the Gobi Desert* B.the Himalayas C.the North China Plain the Tibetan Plateau 2. Which of the following places would most likely have hot, humid summers and mild

  59. social studies

    What was the main goal of the Chinese citizens who protested the Chinese government in the late 1980s? A. to demand access to food and water B. to demand fairer wages C. to demand greater political freedom D. to demand improved schools Which of the

  60. history

    How did European imperialism influence Asia? Lack of interest in European goods led to the distribution of opium, which caused a rise in drug addiction. The Asian market was flooded with European silver, which devalued the local currency and caused an

  61. History

    What events led to the decline of the Chinese Nationalists? A. Soviet forces invaded china's heartland and teamed up with the socially progressive Chinese nationalists to liberate the Chinese peasants and rehabilitate the communists. B. The hostile Chinese

  62. HISTORY

    What led North Korea to become a Communist country? It was the Korean Revolution’s overthrow of the Republic of Korea. It was the invasion and occupation of North Korea by the Soviet Union during World War II. It was the puppet government of Puyi

  63. History

    What impact did the collapse of the Soviet Union have on the end of segregation in South Africa? A. The decline of the Soviet Union allowed for the United Nations to intervene in the segregation policies of the South African government. B. The decline of

  64. History

    3. In order to try to gain control over West Berlin, the Soviet Union *A.) set up a total blockade cutting off that section of the city. B.) threatened the section of the city with troops and tanks. C.) operated a massive airlift to bring in needed

  65. world history

    3. How did the Soviet Union respond to the normalization of relations between China and the United States? (1 point)Brezhnev invited Nixon to visit Moscow. Soviet companies set up a thriving trade with China. The Soviet Union cut off diplomatic relations

  66. History

    What was the immediate cause for the Korean War? 1. Soviet troops entering North Korea.*** 2. The North invaded the South. 3. The Chinese sent missiles to the South. 4. U.S forces bombed North Korean targets.

  67. social studies

    1. Which of the following was an outcome of the Russian Revolution? A. The Bolsheviks seized power.*** B. The czar regained the throne. C. Russia developed a democracy. D. Russian dictatorship came to an end. 2. How might Germany react to the peace

  68. history

    What was the impact of the involvement of the Soviet Union in the Pacific Theater during World War II? a. The Soviet campaigns in the Pacific Theater led to the division of Korea. b. Soviet involvement in the Pacific Theater led to rise of Communism in

  69. history

    What was the impact of the involvement of the Soviet Union in the Pacific Theater during World War II? a. The Soviet campaigns in the Pacific Theater led to the division of Korea. b. Soviet involvement in the Pacific Theater led to rise of Communism in

  70. history

    What was the result of the Battle of Stalingrad? The starvation of the Soviet troops resulted in their defeat and allowed German forces to capture important oil fields. The prolonged battle cost the German army profoundly in troops and equipment and

  71. Social Studies

    How did communist and nationalist forces influence China? Select all that apply. A. They encouraged the opening of China to foreign trade. B. They caused political conflict and civil war.*** C. They worked together to overthrow China's last imperial

  72. government

    This put an end to the Soviet Union. perestroika a government coup Russia's revolt Soviet republics declared independence Chinas government made a transition from a command economy to a market economy for the following reason China could not compete

  73. world history

    can someone please check my answers 1.)the cossacks were nomadic people who a.led the russian expansion overseas b.led the russian expansion eastward toward siberia c.led the russian political expansion south and west d.led the russian expansion to the new

  74. History

    Hi, I need help with this because I cannot seem to figure it out. History just confuses me. I have to identify whether these four events raised or lowered U.S. involvement in Vietnam during Nixon’s presidency. The events are: - Diplomatic efforts by the

  75. English

    I urgently need to check this summary of a newspaper article. As I don’t know much of economy, I’d like you to check the use of words. Thank you very much. 1) Chinese economical and political influence is rising in Europe. Examples of its growth are

  76. Social Studies / World Civilizations

    What was the most important factor that led to the defeat of the Chinese Nationalists by the Communists? A. Their cooperation with local landlords and regional officials. B. Their alliance with Japan that ended the war. C. They appealed to workers who were

  77. Social

    1.What was the original purpose for the Great Wall of China? A. It was a trade route to connect people throughout China for economic purposes. B. It was used to be a place where Buddhists could gather and meditate. C. To bring in tourists to China see

  78. Social Studies

    Put the following events in chronological order. I had already filled them in I just need somebody to confirm it is right. 6 Mao announces his "Cultural Revolution" 2 A group of young Chinese men, including a young teacher, Mao Zedong, meet in Shanghai to

  79. History

    How did European imperialism influence Asia? -Low Chinese demand for European goods led British traders to deal in opium, creating addicts and triggering a war. -Chinese merchants transported European goods from ports to the interior of China,

  80. World History

    During the Yalta Conference, what did President Roosevelt promise Premier Stalin in exchange for the Soviet Union joining the Pacific War against Japan? The Soviet Union would control the Japanese islands and Taiwan. The Soviet Union would gain a sphere of

  81. history

    What event led Carter to impose a boycott on the 1980 summer Olympics? a. Soviet invasion of Afghanistan b. Chinese refusal to sign the SALT II treaty c. Iranian revolution d. Israeli cutoff of peace talks please help me with this

  82. History

    Why did China’s economy succeed when the Soviet economy failed in the 1980s? A. China adopted strict Communist policies to implement a command economy. B. China invested heavily in agriculture and shifted workers to the rural countryside. C. China became

  83. ela

    can you proof read for me He went back to room and he saw his father didn't woke up. He wrote this stuff and went to sleep again. Eddie gave them a Chinese banquet at the hotel to them in China. They ate Chinese food. After eating Alex went to room and

  84. history

    What was the Silk Road? A. a long wall running east and west along the Chinese empire’s northern border B. a series of trade routes that crossed Asia and connected China to the Mediterranean Sea C. an ancient Chinese idea about the human journey of

  85. international to business

    For many global companies, China represents a very attractive market in terms of size and growth rate. Yet, it ranks lower in terms of economic freedom and higher in political risk than other country markets because it has a communist government. Despite

  86. international business

    For many global companies, China represents a very attractive market in terms of size and growth rate. Yet, it ranks lower in terms of economic freedom and higher in political risk than other country markets because it has a communist government. Despite

  87. Geography (Ms. Sue)

    1). What was the extent of the Russian Empire's expansion between the 9th century and the end of the 17th century? A: The Russian Empire's expansion extended to the Pacific Ocean by the end of the 17th century. 2). What were the origins of the Soviet

  88. history

    Which most accurately describes the impact that the collapse of the Soviet Union had on the Middle East? a) The Soviet collapse allowed the United States to gain control of natural resources in the Middle East. b) The Soviet collapse extended the influence

  89. social studies

    What is a possible explanation of why China abandoned overseas exploration in 1435? A. China could not develop advanced naval technology. B. The voyages of Zheng He failed to impress local rulers. C. Confucian scholars wanted to protect China’s

  90. geography

    1. Which of the following problems is not a result of Egypt's growing population? A overcrowded cities B emigration of educated professionals to other countries C a diminishing food supply D widespread unemployment Is it D? 2. What is a major reason for

  91. social studies

    8. What was the main reason the Soviet Union crumbled in the 1980's? A) Glasnost led to rebellion against communist rule around the world. *** B) The Soviet economy could not match U.S. military spending while meeting citizens' demand for consumer goods.

  92. SS

    Which events were the most important in the development of China, Mongolia, and Taiwan? I need at least 5-7 events! THX!(P.S, PLZ give the the direct events so I can just research them!)

  93. World History

    Which most accurately describes the impact that China can have on global economics? Lack of export tariffs has shifted interest in Chinese manufactured goods, which has allowed for rapid economic growth. Shifts in Chinese imports can significantly affect

  94. world history

    the Liao empire did all of the following exept a. create a chinese style dynasty b. conquer southern china c. adopt chinese writing d. use the civil service system my answer D

  95. Geography-~ Cultures

    For an assignment, I had to write a discussion so here is my discussion. My question is: How would YOU respond to my discussion in a good college paragraph. With cultural blending and exchange comes a lot of change in a culture. This was acceptable in some

  96. world history

    can someone please check my answers thank you. 1.)lenin founded the comintern as a way to a. spread the revolution b.take over the government c.suppress soviet dissidents d.improve soviet relations with other nations i chose a 2.)isolationists in the

  97. civics

    Which of the following events most directly led to American military involvement in World War II? A. the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor B. the bombing of London C. the Soviet Union entering the war D. Germany's invasion of Poland Is the answer A.?

  98. Social Studies

    What was the main reason the Soviet Union crumbled in the 1980s? A. Glasnost led to rebellion against communist rule around the world. B. The Soviet economy could not match U.S. military spending while meeting citizens' demand for consumer goods. C.

  99. social studies

    I really need help I'm stuck and can't figure it out? 1. Which of the following stretches from southern Mongolia toward the Huang River in China? the Gobi Desert the Himalayas the North China Plain the Tibetan Plateau 2. Which of the following places would

  100. r.

    describe events in Hungary in October and November 1956. why did Warsaw Pact forces invade Czechoslovakia in 1968? how far were the policies of Gorbachev responsible for the collapse of Soviet control over Eastern Europe? explain your answer.

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