Which of the following is true about the Boxer Rebellion?

(A) The rebellion took place in Japan.

(B) The Boxers were trying to keep Christianity in China.

(C) ** The Boxers were unhappy with foreign influence in China.

(D) The Boxers were able to drive out the foreigners from China.


Concept note-1: -The Boxer Rebellion was an uprising against foreigners that occurred in China about 1900, begun by peasants but eventually supported by the government. A Chinese secret society known as the Boxers embarked on a violent campaign to drive all foreigners from China. Several countries sent troops to halt the attacks.

Concept note-2: -The Boxers were a secret Chinese society dedicated to the goal of driving foreigners and their influences out of China. In the Boxer Uprising, the Boxers attacked foreigners across China.

Concept note-3: -The official end of the rebellion occurred when Great Britain, the United States, and their allies forced the Qing dynasty to sign the Boxer Protocol. In this protocol, the Boxers were officially denounced and eradicated from China.

Concept note-4: -The Boxer Rebellion formally ended in September 1901 with the signing of the Boxer Protocol, which mandated the punishment of those involved in the rebellion and required China to pay reparations of $330 million to the countries affected.