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100 200 300 400 500 Nationalism And unification Industrialization impact IR and social change Political Philosophies Vocabulary Misc. Final Question.

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2 Nationalism And unification Industrialization impact IR and social change Political Philosophies Vocabulary Misc. Final Question

3 Which nation became the leader of unified Germany? A 100

4 Prussia A 100

5 Why did Austria oppose German Unification? A 200

6 Feared unification would strip them of more power and hurt their economy A 200

7 Why was German unification unsettling to France? A 300

8 They feared that Germany would outcompete them militarily, politically, and economically. A 300

9 Why did the German Middle Class support Germany unifying into one nation? A 400

10 They wanted increased rights and thought this was a chance to write a new constitution that would give them greater influence in government They felt they deserved greater influence because they contributed financially to the German States by creating jobs A 400

11 What is Realpolitik? Describe an example of of Realpolitik used by Bismarck. A 500

12 The idea that policies are based on what will make the state strongest, not principles or morals various A 500

13 Define Industrialization B 100

14 -A movement that changed the way people lived and worked with mechanization and the factory system. B 100

15 Describe an example of how the IR changed transportation and communication. B 200

16 -Various B 200

17 What are the 6 positive effects brought by the IR? B 300

18 1.New inventions make life easier 2.Raises the standard of living for middle and upper class 3.Creates new jobs for workers 4.Helps Britain become a wealthy nation 5.Creates a sense of possibility for upward mobility 6.Modern nations today are Industrialized

19 What are the 5 Negative Impacts of the IR? B 400

20 1.Urbanization: Doubled or quadrupled population in cities 2.Pollution: Factory waste 3.Lowers standard of living for working class 4.Poor working conditions 5.Growing gap between wealthy and poor

21 Why/how did the industrial Revolution put pressure on Parliament for it to change laws regarding representation? B 500

22 The population of Britain had gone from mostly rural to mostly urban And the cities had less of a voice in government B 500

23 How did the French Revolution affect how people thought of the changes brought by the Industrial Revolution? C 100

24 It encouraged the idea that there was something wrong with the gap between the wealthy and the poor And that equality should be a goal of society and the government C 100

25 How did the Enlightenment affect how people thought of the changes brought by the Industrial Revolution? C 200

26 It created the idea that equality existed and that each human could and should be celebrated for their achievements/respected C 200

27 How did Unions attempt to solve problems created by Industrialization? (2ways) C 300

28 Collectively bargain for increases in wages and improved working conditions To have all workers strike if their demands are not met C 300

29 What was the Factory Act of 1850 C 400

30 Limited the hours that a child could work to 60 a week and daily to 10.5 C 400

31 Why did Communism fail to achieve its goals in the 1800s? C 500

32 Nationalism won out – ppl saw themselves as citizens of a nation rather than by social class (job) The governments at the time creates social welfare programs C 500

33 Which term = A political philosophy that believes policy should create the greatest good for the greatest number of people D 100

34 Utilitarianism D 100

35 Describe the political philosophy of Radical Socialism (communism) D 200

36 A political philosophy whose goal is to create a classless society by means of violent revolution (between proletariat and bourgeoisie) wherein there is no private ownership D 200

37 Which term = A political philosophy that believes government needs to not regulate business and allow supply and demand to shape the economy D 300

38 Capitalism D 300

39 Define Utopianism D 400

40 A political philosophy that wants to see a perfect community created where all people control the government, share work, and share profits evenly D 400

41 What are 2 reforms supported by the Chartist Movement? D 500

42 Universal male suffrage and a secret ballot

43 Who is Otto Von Bismarck? E 100

44 The man responsible for unifying the independent German states into one nation E 100

45 Nationalism E 200

46 Feeling pride in your country to the point Where you feel superior to others. E 200

47 How did Britains Reform Act of 1832 address the concerns of the middle class? E 300

48 It expanded suffrage to middle class men E 300

49 Who was William I? E 400

50 King of Prussia, 1 st Kaiser of unified Germany E 400

51 What 3 traits define a nation? E 500

52 1.A group of people who share a leader/government 2.A group of people who see themselves as unified and sharing certain traits 3.Defined by a territory but if you leave (e.g. visit Canada) you are still a part of the nation E 500

53 How did becoming one nation affect Germanys economy? F 100

54 It helped to grow their economy through industrialization and a common currency F 100

55 How did becoming one nation affect Germanys rules for suffrage? F 200

56 It expanded to include all males F 200

57 How did Bismarck keep workers happy when Industrialization created problems in Germany? F 300

58 He creates social welfare programs run by the government to decrease the influence of the socialist party F 300

59 Why did nationalism unify Germany but tear Austria and the Ottoman Empires apart? (2 reasons) F 400

60 G was not ethnically diverse, A and O included many different kinds of people who saw themselves as unique and wanted their own nations. They also lacked strong leadership F 400

61 Why did the Dual Monarchy not solve the problems in Austria- Hungary? F 500

62 It only addressed the concerns of one ethnic group and ignored the others F 500

63 The Final Question Category is: LIE Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin

64 Click on screen to continue LIE How is this an example of nationalism?

65 -Various answers Click on screen to continue

66 Thank You for Playing! Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT


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