Ppt on the rise of nationalism in europe class 10

Political Science 4396 Dr. Arthur K. Smith Fall Semester 2006

from about the 16th through the 18th centuries • Rise of the nation-state in Europe • Fueled rise of imperialism ● From about 1531 to 1660, Spain extracted from its LA colonies some 181 tons of gold and 16,000 tons of silver (official figures) ● Effects on Spain’s politics and economy ● Inflation, undermined aristocracy, strengthened powers of monarchy, retarded growth of independent commercial class • Havana’s role in Spain’s mineral exploitation of Latin America Cuba in the Early Spanish/


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice

European nations Worldwide statistical breakdown of wealth (2012) Wealth over $2,138 = top 50% Wealth over $61,000 = top 10% Wealth over $510,000 = top 1% Top 2% of individuals own more than 50% of global wealth 34% of world’s wealth held in U.S. and Canada; 30% in Europe; 24% in wealthier Asian-Pacific countries; 12% in the rest of the world Maldistribution of wealth Less than 4% of the combined wealth of the 225 richest individuals in the/


Post-War Economics & Politics. Bretton Woods Conference (1944) Laid the foundations for modern international monetary system General Agreements of Tariff.

as well as social services. As long as the European economy in western and central Europe continued to grow in the 1950s and 1960s, governments could more or less meet the expenses of the welfare state‖ Rise of the “Welfare State” Britain became the model for the welfare state and a “mixed economy” under the socialistic Labour Party and prime minister Clement Atlee. The gov’t nationalized the Bank of England, coal mines, electricity and gas, iron and/


Carib Studies Module 1 Notes. LOCATING THE CARIBBEAN.

whereby a country or nation achieves the right to determine how it will develop its systems of production. Despite the European control of the Caribbean economy here was resistance from people who wanted to develop their own means of making a living. Plantation economies were typically based on large quantities of cheap unskilled labour based on monoculture. Almost all of the harvest was to be manufactured in Europe. Food produce was haphazard/


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice Martin Donohoe, M.D., F.A.C.P.

Great Lakes also affected Great Lakes also affected Water Out of 191 nations in the world, 10 nations share 65% of the world’s annual water resources Out of 191 nations in the world, 10 nations share 65% of the world’s annual water resources A woman in a developing country walks an average of 6 km/day to obtain water A woman in a developing country walks an average of 6 km/day to obtain water Water Privatization schemes/


World History. SSWH9 The student will analyze change and continuity in the Renaissance and Reformation.

-Hungary’s annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Fighting in the Balkans Assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand German invasion of Belgium Enormous cost in lives and money Russian Revolution Creation of new nations in Eastern Europe Requirement that Germany pay reparations German loss of its overseas colonies Balfour Declaration League of Nations Economic impact of war debts on Europe Emergence of United States and Japan as important powers Growth of nationalism in colonies Rise of fascism World War/


UNIT V The Rise of Nationalism. The Futile Search for Stability Section 24-1.

Program in 1947  The goal of the program was to rebuild the prosperity and stability in Europe  $13 billion in aid for Europe Based on the belief/of 6 member nations They agreed not to impose any tariffs on each other’s goods What economic and social changes occurred in the west after WWII?  The federal government had new power b/c of the New Deal; there was an economic boom; real wages grew 3% per year. The Cold War made Americans afraid of Communism; led to the rise of Joseph McCarthy; he instituted the/


Post-War political and economic framework A. Bretton Woods Conference (1944) 1. Lay the foundations for modern international monetary system 2. General.

to cities. Resulted in drastic decline in one of Europe’s most traditional and least mobile groups. b. Industrial working class stagnant while job opportunities for white-collar and service employees grew rapidly. 3. European governments reduced class tensions by further expanding the “welfare state”: health care, family allowances, maternity grants, public housing 4. Consumerism worked to level Western society. a. Sparked by rising standard of living giving more/


Transformations in Europe 1500-1750 Transformations in Europe As a result of the Renaissance of the 1400’s, Europe experienced an number of effects:

important, and Europeans generally married later than other peoples. Middle class families allowed for sons to complete education. The later marriage age led to high out-of wedlock birth rates (approx. 10%.) in city areas. The later marriage age led to high out-of wedlock birth rates (approx. 10%.) in city areas. Transformation in Europe Part II The New Monarchs Transformations in Europe The New Monarchs The Protestant Reformation allowed monarchs to consolidate power at last/


1. The European explorers who followed Columbus to North America A) intended to found a new nation. B) continued to view themselves as Europeans. C) did.

reaction. E) sought more trade with China. Ans: D 623. One of the most important by-products of the War of 1812 was A) a renewed commitment to states rights. B) a heightened spirit of nationalism. C) a resurgence of the Federalist party. D) increased economic dependence on Europe. E) the subjugation of the Indians. Ans: B 624. One of the nationally recognized American authors in the 1820s was A) Washington Irving. B) Edgar Allan Poe. C) Walt/


Global Review Key ideas, themes, events, people. Geography - Terms Archipelago Archipelago –Japan, a chain of islands Irregular Coastline Irregular Coastline.

Increased agricultural production in England in the late 1700s contributed directly to (1) the development of a worldwide communications network (2) the introduction of manorialism (3) a decrease in the power of the monarch (4) an increase in life expectancy Effects of the Industrial Revolution Adam Smith “The Wealth of Nations” Adam Smith “The Wealth of Nations” Laissez-faire – no more government interference Laissez-faire – no more government interference Rise of big business Rise of big business Improved/


Welcome Back! Bell ringer… Bell ringer… Agenda and Objective: Through notes and discussion students with define the Renaissance and identify differences.

death and the rising tide of international relations in an age of expansion Bell Ringer In your group, Discuss 1, the effects of the Renaissance on social classes and 2. the formation of nation states during this time. In your group, Discuss 1, the effects of the Renaissance on social classes and 2. the formation of nation states during this time. Agenda/objective- Through group discussion, students will analyze the impact of the Renaissance on social classes as well as the rise of the Nation state. Welcome/


New York State Regents Review Unit Summaries. Unit One Methods of Social Studies - Primary Sources -First Hand Account written by the person who experienced.

and Napoleon -French Revolution Causes - France was under control of an absolute monarchy that denied citizens a say in government - Social Inequality- The Third Estate resented its heavy tax burden lack of rights and lack of voice in government - Enlightenment thinkers called for democratic reforms Effects - Rise of Napoleon Bonaparte - Revolutionary ideals spread throughout Europe - Ideals of Democracy and Nationalism swept throughout Europe Unit 13 French Revolution and Napoleon ( Page 2) -Napoleon/


Modern Europe I HIS-106 Unit 10 - The French Revolution.

of the ideas of “revolution” come out of the Enlightenment of the 17 th and 18 th centuries Importance of the French Revolution  There are three things that made the Revolution important:  What occurred in France becomes a model for future revolutions in Europe even up to modern day  It changed the political map of Europe for the rest of the modern period  It brought the people into politics  Before, politics had been limited to the upper classes, the nobility, and the clergy  Afterwards, the/


Emergence of Industrial Society in the West 1750-1914.

. allowed women to vote. Gender roles and Relations  In public education, girls were taught the importance of home and women role in society.  Rise of Feminism which started among middle- class women.  By 1918, Britain, Germany and the U.S. allowed women to vote. Family and Kinship  Families were having smaller families due to lower infant mortality rates.  In Western Europe, child were mandated to attend public school after labor/


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price rises. Against gas, DHW HPs can provide savings in markets such as France, but do not pay back in most markets. Incumbent technologies: There is high penetration of suitable technologies which can be replaced with DHW HPs – in particular electric water heaters or oil boilers There are well over 10 million electric water heaters in Europe (annual installations in the order of 500k – 1.5 million per year in some of the biggest/


Ideologies of Change: Europe 1815-1914 Revolutions of 1848.

support of some middle class But workers issues grew in political importance – strikes, rise of unions – by latter part century Women and Children: Majority of Workers in Textile Industries Factory Work and Women Reform & Revolution Great Britain -Real problem: ‘The Irish’ -Significance: showed weakness of ‘laissez-faire’ economy -Great Famine 1840s-1851: no government assistance -Over million and a half died, over a million fled (other parts of Europe but mostly/


1. Voting Only white, male property owners could vote in the early Republic.

– meant a return to prewar conditions Led to the rise of nationalism at the war’s end 7. 8. Nationalism – portrayed in art & literature, in landscapes, portraits & stories with American settings such as (The Last of the Mohicans by James Fennimore Cooper) 9. THE WESTWARD MOVEMENT The #1 reason for moving WEST was ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY! 10.Texas: Independence and Annexation Stephen Austin led the first group of US settlers into Texas Settlers were looking for cheap/


10 th American History Unit II- Becoming a World Power Political, Foreign, Economics and Cultural Highlights.

Wilson’s fourteen points Treaty of Versailles League of Nations Impact of World War I 1 st Red Scare Communist revolution in Russia- 1917 and the rise of the Bolsheviks Fear of the “Reds”- communists who promoted the violent overthrow of the U.S. government. U.S. Communist parties formed Bombings- through the mail. Palmer raids – deportation and incarceration. Lingering Effects of World War I War Debts owed to the U.S. $10 Billion owed by Allies to/


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Asset class | GTM – U.S. 80 | Source: Barclays, Burgiss, Cambridge Associates, FactSet, HFR, NCREIF, Standard & Poor’s, Towers Watson, J.P. Morgan Asset Management. The portfolios that do not contain alternatives are a mix of the S&P 500 and the Barclays U.S. Aggregate, in the amounts highlighted in the chart. The 20% allocation to alternatives shown in the other portfolios reflects the following: 10% in hedge funds, 5% in private equity, and 5% in private/


Age of Absolutism Spain. The Ottoman Empire 1. The pressure the Ottomans exerted on Europe was enormous. Most of the money spent in Europe in this era.

Grand Army. 400, 000 troops entered Russia. 10,000 came out. This event, the destruction of his veteran army, led to Napoleon’s downfall more than any other thing. All That Rises Must Converge 21 Like vultures, the other nations of Europe saw an opportunity when Napoleon was defeated in Russia. They formed a new alliance and defeated him at the Battle of the Nations in 1813. Napoleon knew that it was over, so/


Chapter 16 Overview The Rise of Totalitarianism 1919-1939 Totalitarianism- governments total control over citizens public and private lives  This type.

did was in the name of the Emperor and Japan Hideki Tojo-Prime Minister of Japan who created a dictatorship during WWII The Rise of Totalitarian Governments-1910-1939 Fascist- Extreme govt. control based on extreme nationalism. The government takes all your rights away and builds up a strong military society. Social classes are allowed and the upper classes benefit. Communist- Extreme government control based on nationalism and equality. No social classes exist and the govt/


WORD World History I Hotaling. #1 September 3 rd – 4 th W arm Up – Interpret and answer the questions on the white board. O bjectives – Prepare for the.

want to…) Objectives – The Rise of Nation-States in Europe Review – Who are the leaders of the different European nations- states? Daily Agenda – Unit 10 Content: Rise of European Nation-States – Comparative Timeline – Work on Unit 10 VEGE and take Unit 9 Quiz online – Unit 10 VEGE DUE NEXT CLASS and QUIZ NEXT CLASS #67 April 10 th – 11 th Warm Up – What is the difference between Culture and Civilization? Objectives – Impact of the Crusades and Black Death on Europe. Review – Review Rounds/


Chapter 19 The French Revolution AndNapoleon. Chapter 19 Section 1.

outlawed slavery in French colonies in the West Indies outlawed slavery in French colonies in the West Indies the most important new development in France was the rise of, an aggressive feeling of pride in and devotion to ones country the most important new development in France was the rise of nationalism, an aggressive feeling of pride in and devotion to ones country Chapter 19 Section 4 RISE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE was born on the island of Napoleon Bonaparte was born on the island of Corsica (1769/


Nationalism and the Industrial Revolution. Review French Revolution takes place 1789- 1799 Tired of absolute rulers Three Estates abolished King killed,

Movements Nationalism in Europe Clashing Philosophies European Reform and Failure Nationalism Changes France and Russia Nationalism Reunifies A Revolution in the Arts Industrial Revolution Beginnings in Britain Inventions Spur Industrialization Industry and Life Living and Working Conditions Social Classes Spread of Industrialization Industrialization in the United States Continental Europe Impact of Industrialization Industrial Reform Movements Philosophers of Industrialization Rise of Socialism/


World War II and Restructuring the Post- War World Pre-AP Unit #14.

concerns but at the beginning of the war in Europe he understood that the majority of Americans opposed U.S. intervention. The severe economic crisis of the Great Depression had served to pin the nation’s attention firmly on domestic affairs throughout the 1930s. In addition, many believed that U.S. involvement in World War I had been a deadly, expensive mistake. The rise of fascism in Europe made the sacrifices of World War I seem even more pointless. In the 1930s, numerous books/


Unit 8: A Revolution in Politics: The Era of the French Revolution and Napoleon.

the urban and rural revolutions in France. How did nationalism affect the French Revolution? How did nationalism affect the French Revolution? What changes in society were brought about by the French Revolution? What changes in society were brought about by the French Revolution? Examine Napoleon’s rise to power. What lasting changes did his reign have on Europe? Examine Napoleon’s rise to power. What lasting changes did his reign have on Europe? Impact of/


World History. SSWH9 The student will analyze change and continuity in the Renaissance and Reformation.

-Hungary’s annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Fighting in the Balkans Assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand German invasion of Belgium Enormous cost in lives and money Russian Revolution Creation of new nations in Eastern Europe Requirement that Germany pay reparations German loss of its overseas colonies Balfour Declaration League of Nations Economic impact of war debts on Europe Emergence of United States and Japan as important powers Growth of nationalism in colonies Rise of fascism World War/


Class Activity Napoleon’s Rise to Power, Goals Achieved from the French Revolution & Costly Mistakes that causes his empire to collapse.

that causes his empire to collapse REPUBLIC 1795 THE DIRECTORY REPUBLIC SEPT., 1792 NATIONAL CONVENTION LIMITED MONARCHY 1789 NATIONAL ASSEMBLY ABSOLUTE MONARCHY Napoleon Bonaparte Napoleon Forges an Empire 1. How did the French Revolution lead to the rise of a powerful leader? 2. How did Napoleon restore order? 3. How did Napoleon’s rule lead to war in Europe? Napoleon’s Rise to Power Today’s Notes Activity Nap. Achieves/


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cumhur Mumcu Department of International Relations Room No: B 61 1.

’s. Britain’s response to Germany’s rising power contributed to the second structural cause of the war: The increasing rigidity in the alliance systems in Europe. In 1904, parting from its geographically semi-isolated position as a balancer off the coast of Europe, Britain moved toward an alliance with France. 123 Three Levels of Analysis (System Level Process) What about changes in the process? One was the continued rise of nationalism? In Eastern Europe there was a movement calling for all/


The French Revolution Modern World History Harris.

of the French Army in Italy. The victory earned him a great deal of respect from The Directory. In 1796, he was appointed head of the French Army in Italy. The Rise of Napoleon While in Italy, Napoleon was very successful. This is where he earns his title of military genius. Here he defeats most of the Italian States and Austria. The treaties that he signs as a representative of France give the country a significant amount of land in central Europe. While in/


ViTAL Economy Alliance

Trends Southern Illinois — "Garden of the Gods" With global demand for energy ever on the rise, and renewable/alternative energy sources playing an increasing but still minor role, U.S. coal — especially clean-coal — becomes increasingly important. Chapter 1: State, National & Global Trends 1.10 Energy Energy — Overview 1.10 Energy The World’s and U.S. appetites for energy continues to grow in all forms, and without a/


INTERNATIONAL INVOLVEMENT AND THE PROGRESSIVE ERA

prior to birth. Watergate The Rise of Nixon The turmoil within the Democratic Party benefited former vice president Richard Nixon. Nixon campaigned and won on a promise to restore law and order. He successfully appealed to many middle-class Americans fed up with years of riots and protest Watergate The Watergate scandal centered on the Nixon administration’s attempt to cover up a burglary of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) headquarters at/


AP Test Review Part Five

: tanks, poison gas, subs, airplanes, machine guns, etc. Russian Revolution Recreated the map of Europe Brought about the mandate system in the middle east and led to nationalist revolts in the area following the war. 10 million dead, 20 million wounded, & $150 billion worth of property damage. Changes in the Allied Nations Within the allied countries, the war brought great changes: compulsory military training forced employment of men & women in war-industry jobs restrictions on labor & management for/


AP Test Review Part Five

: tanks, poison gas, subs, airplanes, machine guns, etc. Russian Revolution Recreated the map of Europe Brought about the mandate system in the middle east and led to nationalist revolts in the area following the war. 10 million dead, 20 million wounded, & $150 billion worth of property damage. Changes in the Allied Nations Within the allied countries, the war brought great changes: compulsory military training forced employment of men & women in war-industry jobs restrictions on labor & management for/


If You See: Neolithic Revolution

. - Nationalism/Self-determination. If you see The Nuremberg laws… Think of: - anti-Semitic (Against Jews) laws of 20th- century Germany. - Rise of Nazism & Adolf Hitler. - These laws used Jews as scapegoats. If you see… Karl Marx Think of: - Father of Communism - He was born in Germany, but conducted most of his writing in England. - Spoke about a Communist Revolution: Bourgeoisie (Rich/Upper Middle Classes) vs. Proletariat (Working Class/Poor) - Conducted his work in the era of the/


Europe WW II Between the Wars Rise of the Axis 1919 – 1945 Western and Eastern Fronts.

a level to begin trade – FDR say this as a threat to American recovery – as it would put the dollar under control of a new world market – Conference failed and extreme nationalism in Europe was born Acts of Neutrality or War U.S. Philippines and Russia Philippines and Russia Far east was to expensive to maintain Far east was to expensive to maintain Tidings-McDuffie Act/


Unit One Book Four Unit 1 Fighting with the Forces of Nature

Germany from the east. In June1944 the Allies invaded northern Europe with the Normandy landings and began to defeat Germany in Europe. The war ended in May 1945 when the Allies took control of Germany. Hitler killed himself, and Japan was defeated a few months later. Germany and Japan surrendered separately in 1945. IV. Language Study 1.       in the case of: as far as … is concerned Examples: The rise in interest rate will be disastrous in the case           of small firms/


Chapter 14, Section 1: The Great War

systems of democratic to authoritarian rule. Economic problems and ethnic tensions contributed to instability and helped fascist rulers to gain power. The new dictators promised to keep order, and won the backing of the military and the wealthy. They also supported the growth of anti-Semitism. Objectives Analyze the problems faced by the Weimar Republic. Describe the Nazi party’s political, social, economic, and cultural policies. Summarize the rise of authoritarian rule in Eastern Europe in the/


The End of Work by Jeremy Rifkin. Civilization Structured Around Concept of Work Paleolithic hunter/gatherer Neolithic farmer Medieval craftsman Assembly.

cut health-care costs With costs of homes rising and wages falling, many can’t purchase own homes Many live in deficient structures or are homeless Nation’s poor in rural and inner-cities, the two regions hardest hit by technology displacement The Other America Escalating poverty blamed on intense global competition and technology changes Urban, rural, and middle class feeling bite of re-engineering Small elite enjoy benefits/


The Great Depression and World War II

Six million Germans lost their jobs (more than one-third of the workforce) The leaders of the Weimar Republic could not agree on how to deal with the economic catastrophe In the elections, the farmers, the unemployed, and members of the middle class turned to more radical solutions offered by both the Communists and the Nazi Party Rise of the Nazi (National Socialist) Party Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) was the leader of the Nazi Party Electrifying speaker Wrote about his radical ideas/


The Industrial Revolution in Great Britain

authority were characteristics of German National Socialism found in the Prussian state. (pages 598–599) Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the answer. Section 3-28 Nationalism and Reform in Europe Great Britain avoided the revolutionary upheavals of the first half of the nineteenth century.  In 1815 the aristocratic classes dominated Parliament.  In 1832 Parliament extended the vote to include male members of the industrial middle class, giving them an interest in ruling Britain/


World History Daily Warm Ups

– more jobs, more wealth, bigger middle-class, better diets, better housing, mass-produced clothing, new inventions, higher standard of living for nearly everyone. NEGATIVE EFFECTS – crowded cities, unsafe factories, growth of pollution, spread of disease. SSWH15 The student will be able to describe the impact of industrialization, the rise of nationalism, and the major characteristics of worldwide imperialism. a. Analyze the process and impact of industrialization in England, Germany, and Japan, movements/


Examples from French Revolution

Order. Sixth Stage---A Divided Nation: Radical Revolution Disillusionment of the lower class (inflation) Girondists (moderates) had no strong leader France drawn into war with Europe Failure in wars (1st coalition, 1792-1797) Moderates removed as leaders of National Assembly Counter-revolutions King and queen arrested Jacobins (radicals) take control The French Flag The Marquis de Lafayette, commander of the new National Guard, combined  the colors of the King (white) and the colors of Paris (blue and red/


Modern Philosophy since the Pre-Enlightenment

growing power of the State & nationalism, by applying the doctrine of struggle for survival of the fittest to nations rather than individuals. 19th cent: German/British Rationalism, French Creativism & US Pragmatism Only with the rise of industrialism did technique & technology for the first time affect men’s thinking. The Romantics were the first to be affected, by rejecting the ugliness of industrialism, the vulgarity of those who had made money in “trade”, & the emergence of the middle class which pushed/


Nationalism and European Unity. The Origin of European Unity Europe was united at several times in the past, mainly in classical times Europe was united

aspects of the European Union challenge national sovereignty But the EU also reinforces national identity But the EU also reinforces national identity Particular nations tend to favour European unity due to their own historical experience and economic interests Particular nations tend to favour European unity due to their own historical experience and economic interests Trend towards integration appears to have stalled due to expansion and the rise of Euro-skepticism in western Europe Trend/


Bell Work: Answer the questions below after the HWQ

Objectives Explain the causes of the Global Depression Discuss the responses to the depression Government responses Explain Keynes’ theory The Great Depression Depression: A period characterized by low economic activity (production & spending) and rising unemployment Causes of the Great Depression 1st Factor downturns in economies of individual nations 2nd Factor U.S. Stock Market Crash European stability was due to US bank loans to Germany (see Dawes) US stopped investing in Europe & other areas/


World History: Connection to Today

? 20. How did Napoleon build an empire in Europe? The Rise of Napoleon 1769 Born on island of Corsica 4 The Rise of Napoleon 1769 Born on island of Corsica 1793 Helps capture Toulon from British; promoted to brigadier general 1795 Crushes rebels opposed to the National Convention 1796–1797 Becomes commander in chief of the army of Italy; wins victories against Austria 1798–1799 Loses to the British in Egypt and Syria 1799 Overthrows Directory and becomes/


Contents – Financial Services marketplace in the UK

. Overseas funds showed a strong growth almost doubling in the past eight years. Private client funds account for 10% of the total funds (2003). The percentage of private client funds invested in UK equity is 15%, low in comparison to some other countries, partially offset by the absolute value of the share holdings. In terms of the value of these funds UK is ranked second after Switzerland in Europe. The market is concentrated with top five fund managers accounting/


Chapter 26 The Futile Search for a New Stability:

policies that prohibited trade with other nations. Powerlessness of Governments Social Repercussions Women obtained menial jobs as servants & housekeepers Men remained unemployed & grew resentful (opens the door for dynamic leaders to influence them) Powerlessness of Governments Governments became more involved in economy (end of laissez-faire) Growing trend of communism Overall effect of the Great Depression in Europe was a rise in authoritarian movements The Democratic States Great Britain Labour Party/


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