1. What is Protectorate rule?
    A ruling country informs a lesser country what laws to enforce with out transporting their own soldiers or officals to the lesser country.
  2. What is Indirect rule?
    A ruling country transporting their soldiers to a lesser country to enforcing the laws of the ruling country on to the lesser country.
  3. What is a sepoy?
    An Indian soldier serving in an army for the French or English trade compinies.
  4. what is the Indian National Congress?
    A Indian party that pressed for self rule.
  5. What is Extraterritoriality?
    Foreigners rights to be protected by the laws of their own nation.
  6. What is the Roosevelt Corollary?
    A policy in wich the United States claimed international police power in the Western Hamiphere.
  7. What is Indochina?
    A region in Florida.
  8. What is the Platt Amendment?
    The Cuben amendment giving America rights to have naval bases and intervene in Cuba
  9. What is the Sepoy Rebellion?
    A rebllion in India in which sepoys massacred the British.
  10. What is Dollardiplomacy?
    Diplomacy influenced by economic considerations.
  11. What is Social Dawinism?
    Therory that only the strong survive.
  12. Who was David Livingstone?
    A missionary, doctor, and explorer who opened up Africa to missions.
  13. What was the Boer War?
    Britian gains Cape colines and finds a Diamond mine and the Boers start a war to win the land back.
  14. Who was Cecil Rhodes?
    A diamond and gold miner in Africa.
  15. Who was sir Henry Stanley?
    A journalist hired by king lepold ii of Belguim to track down David Livingstong after he dissapeared.
  16. What was the Berlin Confrence?
    A meeting in Berlin in wich countries decided how to divide Africa between them.
  17. What was the Amritsar Massacre?
    British killed thousands of peaceful Idian protestors.
  18. What was the Treaty of Nanjing?
    A treaty that ended the first Opium War.
  19. Who was King Lepold ii?
    King of Belgium in 1865
Card Set
Vocabulary terms for unit five of world history.