America and China: late 1800’s Open Door Policy

Open Door Policy to ChinaAll nations should have equal access to trade in China.
Boxer RebellionChinese nationalists who were angered, rebelled, and fought against foreign involvement in China. They lay siege to Beijing, where the foreigners lived.
Countries who has interests in ChinaGermany, Great Britain, France, Japan, Russia, and The United States.

Spheres of InfluenceAreas where foreign nations control resources in other countries.
Those who stopped the rebellionForeign military forces, including the United States.
Chinas punishment for the rebellionMade to pay $333 million to foreign governments.
The BoxersChinese nationalists who were angered by foreign involvement.
Year of the Boxer Rebellion1900.

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