Treaty of Wangxia, China Revolution of 1911, Open Door Policy, and the Great White Flee

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1. Open Door Policy

2. Allowed system of trade to open up in China.

3. The US established this in the late 19th century and early 20th century.

4. Rooted in the desire of U.S. businesses to trade with Chinese markets

5. The policy pledging to protect China's sovereignty and territorial integrity from a partition

6. The policy has been violated multiple times

7. The Treaty of Wangxia

8. Signed in 1844

9. U.S. citizens in China would only be able to be tried by U.S. consular officers

10. Tariffs on specific goods to be imported and exported by the U.S. at the five treaty ports

11. Caleb Cushing signed the treaty on behalf of the US

12. Qiying, a Chinese official member signed the treaty for the Chinese

13. China Revolution of 1911

14. Communist v non-communist

15. Communist did not hold any major cities but still seemed more likely to win

16. The two leaders were Chiang Kai-shek and Mao Zedong

17. 1949 “China White Paper” was published

18. United States support, but few contacts were made which limited trade

19. The Great White Flee

20. The nicked name for the first U.S naval fleet to travel around the world Enforced by President Roosevelt

21. A journey around the world that took 2 years

22. Total Fleet of Sixteen battleships, plus auxiliary support ships and 14,000 men

23. Leading two ships are: Kansas (BB-21) and Vermont (BB-22)

24. 45,000-mile journey