most immigrants were from china or another asian nation.
this statement applies to angel island.
angel island immigration station was located in san francisco and operated between 1910-1940. it was sometimes called 'ellis island of the west' but the main difference between those two was that the majority of immigrants processed at angel island were from china and other asian nations such as japan and india.
immigrants had to pass health inspections.
this statements applies to both.
at both stations the arriving immigrants had to pass a medical exam which was invasive sometimes. the south of ellis island featured a public health hospital where about 10% of immigrants would go for further medical inspections. 355 babies were born there. the same medical examination was taken at angel island, many chinese immigrants complained that the extensive physical examinations violated their cultural norms. infectious disease were most looked for in immigrants.
immigrants could be denied entry.
this statement applies to both.
at ellis island, only between 1 to 3 % of all arriving immigrants were rejected entry to the united states, at angel island the number was around 18%. the chinese were especially targeted because they were seen as a threat to the economy. they occupied low-wage jobs and the the number of immigrants from china was large.
peasants' revolt, also called wat tyler's rebellion, (1381), first great popular rebellion in english history. its immediate cause was the imposition of the unpopular poll tax of 1381, which brought to a head the economic discontent that had been growing since the middle of the century. i hope this < 3
the spanish civil war was a civil war between the fascists and the communists in spain.
as such, it was seen as a war between the two major rival ideological factions in europe that would then go over to be settled by world war ii.
here you go the answer is c