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CHAPTER 27 WESTERN POLITICS AND DIPLOMATIC FAILURE 1871-1914
The United States After the Civil War Development, Abuse, and Reform The United States in Asia
Latin America Challenges to the Latin American States Mexico Argentina Brazil Other Latin American Nations Latin America and the United States
The United Kingdom and Its Dominions Gladstone and Disraeli The New Liberals The Dominions
The Continent France: The Third Republic A Shaky Beginning The Boulanger and Dreyfus Affair Italy to 1914
The Second German Reich The New Imperial Structure Bismarck as Chancellor Kaiser William II
The Dual Monarchy
Russia in Reform and Revolution Revolutionary Response Reaction and Response, 1881-1905 Lenin and the Bolsheviks The Revolution of 1805 and Its Aftermath
The Failure of European Diplomacy The “Eastern Question” The Balkans Awaken The Crimean War The Unanswered Question
The Failure of European Diplomacy Appearances and Realities The End of Bismark’s System Britain Ends Its Isolation The North African Crises
The Beginnings of Modernization: Industrialization and Nationalism in the Nineteenth Century The Beginnings of Modernization: Industrialization and Nationalism.
The Age of Nationalism, 1850– I. Napoleon III in France A. France’s Second Republic 1. Louis Bonaparte’s Election Victory 2. Louis Napoleon’s.
Revolutions. Target Identify the root causes and outcomes of the Revolutions of 1830 and 1848.
The World to 1945 The First World War. Prelude to War Formation of the Triple Alliance War in the Balkans Congress of Berlin (1878) German Alliance with.
Reaction and Revolution: The Growth of Nationalism
Monroe Doctrine Early 1800s in Latin America was a period of revolution and liberation. Chile, Venezuela, Mexico and Brazil have gained their freedom.
Chapter 22: The Age of Nation-States. Russia vs. the Ottoman Empire France and Britain side with the Ottoman Empire in 1854 Russia loses,
Latin America: Revolution and Reaction into the 21 st Century Emily Chancey and Gina Grosso.
Nationalism. I. Congress of Vienna A. Ended Napoleonic Wars ( ) 1.Liberals ; they wanted democratic reform throughout Europe 2.Staged uprisings.
QUIZ pp THE NATIONAL STATE 1.Progress in liberalism constitutions, parliaments, individual liberties 2.Reform 3.Expansion of voting rights.
PeopleVocabSouth America EuropeMisc.More Misc
BELLWORK Use your notes or pgs to answer:
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Revolutions and Nations Mrs. Kercher 8 th Grade Gifted Chapter 22.
Nationalism Nationalism Chapter Introduction -Nationalism became the most significant force for self-determination and unification in Europe of.
AP Review Terms #2. Adam Smith Conservatism Liberalism.
The Great War and the Russian Revolutions, 1890 – 1918
Chapter 22: Nationalism and Imperialism ( ) 22.4 – Imperialism.
Napoleon’s Grand Empire. Congress of Vienna Who: people that defeated Napoleon – Britain, Russia, Prussia (think “Germany”), Austria “Concert of Europe”
Breakdown of the Concert of Europe 1848 Revolutions
Setting the Stage The Alliance System. Prologue Germany isolated France by diplomacy and Franco Prussian War Germany isolated France by diplomacy and.
Essential Questions Compare revolutions in Latin America and the Caribbean, including Haiti, Colombia, Venezuela, Argentina, Chile, and Mexico.
Chapter 22 Age of nation states. The Crimean War Grew out of a rivalry between the Ottoman Empire and Russia A war ensued with major European Powers-
Nation States Capitalism Read Highlight Weber Hegel March through time Smith a hero Marx Class Struggle Weber Protestant Ethic –No were but the west.
Nationalism of Nations Chapters 10 and 11 in a nutshell.
National Unification and the National State
Long Term Causes of The Great War 1914 – MILITARISM Militarism denoted a rise in military expenditure, an increase in military and naval forces,
The National State and Democracy Chapter 13, Section 3.
Historical background to the First and Second Reich
1 World Regions. 1 Southeast Asia 2 World Regions.
World War I, The Great War Causes of the War Nationalism- pride in and loyalty to one’s ethnic group Imperialism- race for colonies around.
An Age of Modernity, Anxiety, and Imperialism,
Click to begin Click to begin Mr. Lindenmuth AP CHAPTER 22 Review.
Chapter Outline Chapter 26: Politics and Diplomacy in the West, ©2006, Pearson Education, Inc. Brummett, et al, Civilization, Past & Present.
Revolutions. Latin America The French Revolution’s ideas started other revolutions throughout the world The French Revolution’s ideas started other revolutions.
Unification of Germany
Industrialization and Social Unrest, 19 th Century Reaction, Nationalism, and Imperialism A Review.
WORLD WAR II WHAT IT WAS LIKE!!!!!!!!!!!. Slide 3: Key Battles Slide 4: Key Figures Slide 5: Pearl Harbour Slide 6: American Army Groups Slide 7: Weapons.
AP European History Review Session #3 Isms, esp. Nationalism and Imperialism.
A History of Western Society Eleventh Edition CHAPTER 21 Ideologies and Upheavals 1815–1850 Copyright © 2014 by Bedford/St. Martin’s John P. McKay Clare.
French Revolution: The Congress of Vienna Convenes.
THE MODERN ERA THE LONG 19 TH CENTURY THE INDUSTRIAL ERA
Nationalism & Imperialism. Vocabulary Chapter 24 Sections 2-3Chapter 27 Sections 1-4 ConservativeImperialism LiberalSocial Darwinism RadicalBoer.
Pay and Benefits Outside The United States Chapter #16.
Chapter 20, Section 3 The National State and Democracy
Post New Nationalism/Unification Themes to 1914 Full franchise/suffrage –Women’s suffrage movement grew New Nationalist Conservative Leaders Increase.
Ideological Conflict and National Unification, The West CHAPTER 21.
U NIFICATION & THE C REATION OF THE N ATION S TATE Chapter 19, Section 3.
European Nationalism Unification of Italy and Germany,
Quiz… 1. Klemens von Metternich believed in conservatism. What is ONE thing he wanted to change about Europe in order to make it more conservative?
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