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2 Jeopardy PlacesTreaties & Agreements Big Ideas Revolutions Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy People

3 $100 This military leader used strategic military tactics, a promotional system based on merit, and his own fame to pull off a coup d’etat of France.

4 $100 Who is Napoleon Bonaparte?

5 $200 This Prussian Chancellor used “Blood and Iron” in the form of the Franco- Prussian war to complete the unification of Prussia and the German Provinces as Germany.

6 $200 Who is Otto Von Bismarck?

7 $300 This African leader took over most of Southern Africa by organizing society into regiments and teaching soldiers how to use close-combat warfare with ox-hide shields and stabbing spears.

8 $300 Who is Shaka Zulu?

9 $400 These British-trained Indian soldiers revolted in 1857 because of repeated British insults to their culture and traditions (cow and pork fat)

10 $400 Who are the Sepoys?

11 $500 This Egyptian leader was the individual responsible for the political, social and economic reforms that modernized Egypt.

12 $500 Who is Muhammad Ali?

13 $100 The actions of Giuseppe Garibaldi and Camillo Cavour led to the unification of this country.

14 $100 What is Italy?

15 $200 The Congress of Berlin was primarily concerned with this.

16 $200 What is setting rules for the Scramble for Africa?

17 $300 The rulers of the this area instituted the Tanzimat Reforms in an attempt to modernize their country.

18 $300 What is the Ottoman empire

19 $400 Through the Meiji Restoration, this country became the only Asian country to industrialize and westernize quickly enough to become an imperial power in their own right.

20 $400 What is Japan?

21 $500 The Industrial Revolution occurred in this country because of large coal deposits, good water transportation and a less rigid social structure.

22 $500 What is Great Britain?

23 100 Every major European country sent representatives to this conference intended to avoid war over colonial acquisitions in Africa.

24 $100 What is the Berlin Conference?

25 200 This agreement happened inside of a sporting facility in France, in which the 3 rd Estate and some members of the 1 st and 2 nd Estate agreed not to disband until a constitution was created.

26 $200 What is the Tennis Court Oath?

27 300 In the 1860s, Egypt agreed to allow France to create this major canal with the hope that this would give them the edge they needed to fully modernize.

28 $300 What is the Suez Canal?

29 $400 This treaty humiliated China after the Opium Wars by opening up several foreign ports and giving Britain “most favored nation” trading status while letting other European nations in to trade, as well

30 400 What is the Treaty of Nanking?

31 500 The agreement made at the end of the Franco-Prussian War led to the unification of this country.

32 $500 What is Germany?

33 $100 The idea that a person can identify with a territory, the state that ruled it, and the culture of its people.

34 $100 What is Nationalism?

35 $200 In 1858, Karl Marx published his ideas which proposed this economic idea

36 $200 What is Communism or Marxism?

37 $300 The idea that some races and cultures are superior to others, and thrive and succeed over others as a result.

38 300 What is Social Darwinism?

39 400 This Chinese movement called for increasing Westernization after the Opium Wars.

40 $400 What is the Self Strengthening Movement?

41 $500 As a result of this concept, middle- class women were unwelcome in business environments and were expected to stay home and control domestic life.

42 $500 What is the Cult of Domesticity and/or Separate Spheres?

43 $100 This Priest began the Mexican Revolution of 1810-1823 by calling peasants and Amerindians to claim their rights.

44 $100 Who is Father Hidalgo?

45 $200 This Revolution occurred because of deeply entrenched social hierarchies and tax systems that bankrupted the country and was inherently unjust.

46 $200 What is the French Revolution?

47 $300 These inventions and innovations came out of the Early Industrial Revolution.

48 $300 What is the steam engine, railroads, mass production, and division of labor?

49 $400 The ideas that came out of this time period fueled the major revolutions that begun in 1776 and continued throughout the 19 th century.

50 $400 What is the Enlightenment?

51 $500 These are the attributes of a Caudillo.

52 $500 What is a leader that gained power through personal charisma and military support while maintaining the appearance of a democracy?

53 Final Jeopardy Explain the concept of extraterritoriality and provide one example.

54 Final Jeopardy Answer A method used by imperial European powers to maintain home-law protection while in a different country/empire. European visitors considered themselves superior and did not need to obey local law. Seen as an insult to both local government and people. Used in China, Japan, and Ottoman Empire by various European countries.

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