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2 Unit VIB Test Review

3 Q: Simon Bolivar was inspired by the A: Enlightenment and American Revolution Q: King of Prussia during the 1848 Revolutions A: Fredrick William IV Q: Type of rule in Africa by the British A: Indirect Q: Dominique L’Ouverture A: Lead a slave revolt in Haiti Q: After 1850 Prussia was ruled by A: King William I

4 Q: Reason for the creation of the Panama Canal A: Join Atlantic and Pacific Oceans Q: Banana Republic A: One crop was prioritized at the expense of developing any other crops Q: Relationship between Europe and the Ottoman Empire A: The power declined at the expense of England, Russia, and the French Q: Region or country willing to westernize (in Asia) A: Japan

5 Q: Military technology would facilitate A: European expansion in Asia Q: Diplomat who helped unify Germany A: Otto Von Bismarck Q: Created a constitution in newly unified Germany A: Frankfurt Parliament Q: Main goal of the Mexican Revolution A: Get rid of foreign powers Q: Russia under Nicholas I became A: A police state for fear of revolt

6 Q: Sun Yat-sen’s three principles A: Nationalism, democracy, people’s well being Q: Persecution of religious minorities in Russia A: Russification Q: Burschenschaften A: Student movement to unify Germany Q: Russian Czar after Alexander I A: Nicholas

7 Q: Symbolized the modernization of Russia A: St. Petersburg Q: Common customs, language, and history A: Nationalism Q: Reason for Alexander II freeing of the serfs A: Wanted to, avoid revolution, gained few political rights, didn’t want to hurt ag production Q: Who helped (social group) make the revolutions in Latin America successful A: Creoles Q: Balance of power in Europe would shift because of A: Unification of Italy and Germany Q: Struggle between Protestants and Catholics in Germany A: Kulturkampf

8 Q: Peter the Great expanded A: Russian territory Q: Tried to prevent the unification of Italy A: Pope Pius IX Q: Unified southern and northern Italy A: S=Garibaldi and N=Mazzini Q: Led to the formation of the Duma (Russia's parliament) A: Revolution of 1905 Q: Romanovs A: Ruled Russia from

9 Q: Movement to unify Italy A: Risorgimento Q: Social system in Latin America A: Resembles the feudal system Q: Napoleon III A: Eliminated the small German states Q: Failure of the revolutions of 1848 A: Loyalty to the old regime, lack of organization among revolutionaries, failure of revolutionaries to fix social issues

10 Q: Limited the Russian monarchy A: Size of Russia Q: Frankfurt Assembly A: Helped with the unification of Germany Q: Europeans exempt from local laws while living in a foreign country A: Extra-territoriality Q: Purpose of the Suez Canal A: Increase trade Q: Reason for collapse of the last Chinese emperor in 1912 A: Inability to keep foreigners out

11 Q: Colonies were a sign of A: A countries power Q: Sphere of Influence A: Territorial area over which political or economic influence is wielded by one nation Q: The sun never sets on the British Empire A: Controlled all corners of the world Q: Opened up the doors to Japan A: Matthew Perry Q: Prior to 1903 Panama belonged to A: Colombia

12 Q: Areas controlled by the US after the Spanish- American War A: Puerto Rico, Philippines, Cuba, Guam Q: How did geography and climate affect the colonization of Africa A: Last continent to be explored Q: US becomes what due to imperialism A: Becomes a world power Q: Significance of Influence of Sea Power on History A: Control the seas = control the world/countries start to build bigger better navies

13 Q: Significance of Darwin’s theory of natural selection A: Used to support imperialism Q: Significance of the Boxer Rebellion A: China is now opened up even more Q: Placed Hong Kong under GB rule, est. Extra- territoriality to the British, GB had rights to Chinese ports A: Treaty of Nanking Q: Product that opened up China to European trade A: Opium

14 Q: Purpose of the Berlin Conference A: Divide Africa Q: Difference between France losing Haiti and Louisiana A: Haiti was lost through revolt/ Louisiana was lost because it was sold Q: Similarities between the Inca Empire and Colonization of W. Africa A: Internal conflict made it easier for the Europeans to conquer the regions

15 Q: Simon Bolivar was inspired by the A: Enlightenment and American Revolution Q: King of Prussia during the 1848 Revolutions A: Fredrick William IV Q: Type of rule in Africa by the British A: Indirect Q: Dominique L’Ouverture A: Lead a slave revolt in Haiti Q: After 1850 Prussia was ruled by A: King William I

16 Q: Reason for the creation of the Panama Canal A: Join Atlantic and Pacific Oceans Q: Banana Republic A: One crop was prioritized at the expense of developing any other crops Q: Relationship between Europe and the Ottoman Empire A: The power declined at the expense of England, Russia, and the French Q: Region or country willing to westernize (in Asia) A: Japan

17 Q: Military technology would facilitate A: European expansion in Asia Q: Diplomat who helped unify Germany A: Otto Von Bismarck Q: Created a constitution in newly unified Germany A: Frankfurt Parliament Q: Main goal of the Mexican Revolution A: Get rid of foreign powers Q: Russia under Nicholas I became A: A police state for fear of revolt

18 Q: Sun Yat-sen’s three principles A: Nationalism, democracy, people’s well being Q: Persecution of religious minorities in Russia A: Russification Q: Burschenschaften A: Student movement to unify Germany Q: Russian Czar after Alexander I A: Nicholas

19 Q: Symbolized the modernization of Russia A: St. Petersburg Q: Common customs, language, and history A: Nationalism Q: Reason for Alexander II freeing of the serfs A: Wanted to, avoid revolution, gained few political rights, didn’t want to hurt ag production Q: Who helped (social group) make the revolutions in Latin America successful A: Creoles Q: Balance of power in Europe would shift because of A: Unification of Italy and Germany Q: Struggle between Protestants and Catholics in Germany A: Kulturkampf

20 Q: Peter the Great expanded A: Russian territory Q: Tried to prevent the unification of Italy A: Pope Pius IX Q: Unified southern and northern Italy A: S=Garibaldi and N=Mazzini Q: Led to the formation of the Duma (Russia's parliament) A: Revolution of 1905 Q: Romanovs A: Ruled Russia from

21 Q: Movement to unify Italy A: Risorgimento Q: Social system in Latin America A: Resembles the feudal system Q: Napoleon III A: Eliminated the small German states Q: Failure of the revolutions of 1848 A: Loyalty to the old regime, lack of organization among revolutionaries, failure of revolutionaries to fix social issues

22 Q: Limited the Russian monarchy A: Size of Russia Q: Frankfurt Assembly A: Helped with the unification of Germany Q: Europeans exempt from local laws while living in a foreign country A: Extra-territoriality Q: Purpose of the Suez Canal A: Increase trade Q: Reason for collapse of the last Chinese emperor in 1912 A: Inability to keep foreigners out

23 Q: Colonies were a sign of A: A countries power Q: Sphere of Influence A: Territorial area over which political or economic influence is wielded by one nation Q: The sun never sets on the British Empire A: Controlled all corners of the world Q: Opened up the doors to Japan A: Matthew Perry Q: Prior to 1903 Panama belonged to A: Colombia

24 Q: Areas controlled by the US after the Spanish- American War A: Puerto Rico, Philippines, Cuba, Guam Q: How did geography and climate affect the colonization of Africa A: Last continent to be explored Q: US becomes what due to imperialism A: Becomes a world power Q: Significance of Influence of Sea Power on History A: Control the seas = control the world/countries start to build bigger better navies

25 Q: Significance of Darwin’s theory of natural selection A: Used to support imperialism Q: Significance of the Boxer Rebellion A: China is now opened up even more Q: Placed Hong Kong under GB rule, est. Extra- territoriality to the British, GB had rights to Chinese ports A: Treaty of Nanking Q: Product that opened up China to European trade A: Opium

26 Q: Purpose of the Berlin Conference A: Divide Africa Q: Difference between France losing Haiti and Louisiana A: Haiti was lost through revolt/ Louisiana was lost because it was sold Q: Similarities between the Inca Empire and Colonization of W. Africa A: Internal conflict made it easier for the Europeans to conquer the regions


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