One thing that the Japanese did with the Chinese Soldiers was that they would call them cowards before either mercilessly beating them to death, or beheading them. They would rape the women from the age of 8 to older than 70. If they found anyone with their family they would make members of the family do horrible things to other family members, just to tear the family apart before killing them. Organization was used, as groups of Japanese soldiers would gather and go on mass killing sprees. Polarization was not used, because all of the Japanese already hated the Chinese, and they were already separated.
Furthermore, the Boxers destroyed foreign compounds and spread the rumors about the foreigners to Chinese citizens. While the Boxers were ferocious to the foreign powers through the massive genocide, spreading rumors and cutting off the communication, they were not thinking about the other perspectives and the aftermath of their
This inflation and eventual bankruptcy was a major internal influence on the Ming empire. Citizens of the Ming began revolting, and “mobs of peasant rebels [tore] violently through half a dozen provinces” (Doc 4). Another major change which negatively affected the Ming dynasty was the ending of all expeditions. Theodore Cook discusses this in Doc 5, and describes that Ming emperors forbade any voyages and the production of seagoing ships. They decided to focus on their internal state, rather than expanding and continuing their voyages and conquests.
Although Qin Shi Huang-Di is sometimes seen as a fantastic leader and unifier, he was also paranoid, oppressive, and tyrannical. For example, he was constantly worried about people who opposed him and about keeping control of his country. When Confucian scholars talked behind his back or criticized him because his administration was built on Legalism, he decided to get rid of them and ordered the arrest and execution of over 400 scholars (Gracie). This dislike of opposition and debate has carried over to the communist party of China today, showing just how much of Qin’s legacy has lasted. Along with the arrest of the scholars, he also used other means to end intellectual opposition.
One method was tarring and feathering tax collectors as shown in image #1. The purpose of this was to intimidate tax collectors into quitting. In the second picture, the tactics they used were thievery and burning down the ship so it wasn 't possible for them to collect the taxes. They also used intimidation and pressure in the letter shown in image three. The tactic pictured in the fourth image was withholding their merchandise, in this case tobacco, until the taxes were repealed.
Their main argument was that the colonies should be in charge of taxing themselves. While the Stamp Act Congress peacefully tried to negotiate the repeal of the Stamp Act, the colonists took matters into their own hands. Many colonists joined by boycotting British goods, however, some took a much more violent approach. Colonists formed secret societies protesting British rule, most famously the Sons Of Liberty who called for American independence. These groups attacked in mobs by violently parading through the streets, burning British paper, ransacking some British custom official’s homes, and even tarring and feathering some of the custom officials.
The bombings only confirmed what the Americans had feared. Tensions escalated and the government jumped into action by arresting many people who were believed to be “unpatriotic”. These arrestees were held for long periods of time, denied representation and visitation from friends and family, and beaten and treated inhumanly. The United States was willing to take any precautions necessary to keep communism and communists out of the government and the country. Many Americans grew to hate immigrants because of the Red Scare.
The claim to build a better world held by the communists might be the basis of the foundation of the populist regime, by itself it was certainly not efficient enough to settle firmly the regime in China. In order to completely establish the regime, Mao relied on ideological control and mass mobilization, which were at the core of the revolution led by the communists. The aim of this ideological control was to make the population believe strongly that the only relevant way to build a better world was through the appropriation and the setting of the Communist system and ideology. Communism relies on the ideology of class struggle and that socialism would be able to erase all classes. Indeed strong classes dividing the society firmly organized China at the time.
The Red Lanterns were a group of women who also blended spiritually and their martial arts against the foreign influence. The boxers were misinterpreted by many but the actual causation that started it all were the disastrous droughts and floods most foreign religions caused. That caused the boxers to attack in the railroads and kill chinese christians, as well as missionaries and other westerners. Their main focus was anything foreign. Many people in china believed the foreign influence was a corrupting force weakening china 's culture and government.
This was a major contribution to the defeat of the Aztecs. Killing thousands of people, whether they themselves or the citizen from their neighboring cities, this evidently couldn’t be good for the society. By giving sacrifices to god from their own people, was rapid, causing their population to substantially decrease, on top this, the ritual led to the hatred of other surrounding people. The powerful city of Tlaxcala was one of them. Many of their own soldiers have been killed and sacrificed, this rage of anger led the Tlaxcala to join the army of the Spaniards, which ultimately created a powerful force.
“The Federalists saw the economic future in manufacturing, but not political role of “common man.” Little faith in democracy.” “Republicans saw political future of “common man” participating in republic, Faith in the new democracy, but failed to see that farming was not economic future.” (Class notes) Each group had ideas that needed support from one another. Because the two only found division and conflict even in situations of unitedness a division was evident. The tension intensified with the Quasi war between France and boiled over when freedom of speech was made illegal with the Alien and Sedition acts. Which was later condemned by the Virginia and Kentucky
was going to save money. A wise decision would have been to raise taxes on American citizens in order to raise fund for the war. Lyndon B. Johnson, president of the United States at the time, was unwilling to raise taxes, which resulted in a horrible cycle of inflation4 and debt. Johnson’s arrogance and stubbornness not to raise taxes, consequently led America to a worse economy. This act of arrogance from Johnson further validates the argument: the U.S. should not have invaded Vietnam.
The rouge before acting organized everything that they were planned to do. They first made the kids get separated from the parents in order to make the parents miss their kids and work to get their kids back. They didn 't have the kids and adults together, they also documented people who were in the concentration camps. The Khmer rouge dehumanized the Cambodian society by making a false accusation that they were influenced by the Vietnamese people and helping them in the war against the United States. They first started to kill the educated people to have any interference in the genocide.