Ppt on trans-siberian railway route

Sea Power and Maritime Affairs Lesson 8: The U.S. Navy and American Imperialism, 1898-1914.

Russo-Japanese War1904-05 Japan forced to withdraw from Korea and Port Arthur Russian Expansion into the Far East – Trans-Siberian Railway Chinese allow Russian construction through Manchuria. – Russian Naval Base at Vladivostok Port Arthur and Manchuria – Occupied by /Robley D. “Fighting Bob” Evans Prior to the sailing of the Great White Fleet - 1907. The Great White Fleet Route of the Great White Fleet – 1907-08 Technology Improvements Improved gunnery: – Smokeless powder. HMS Dreadnought - 1907 – First/


AS History: Tsarist Russia

Vyshnegradsky 1894 – Nicholas becomes Tsar Vyshenegradsky and Witte Finance minister 1887-1892 Trans Siberian rail and tariffs Stronger gov interference Increased tax (on peasants) and /minister – 1893 Highly influential – extensive industrialisation Oversaw construction of railway Economic growth Foreign investments encouraged Gold standard Committed to industrialisation –/of competition for authority ended in late October 1917 Bolsheviks routed the ministers of the Provisional Government in the events known/


Barents Freeway project, Results Jorma Leskinen 18.11.2014.

- the Eurasian road, rail and maritime corridors  Improvement of accessibility to reduce border constraints  Cross-border transport routes to be highlighted nationally  Better integration of logistic systems between countries  Attention to the maintenance of the existing /vast majority of the benefits go to Russian consigners  The majority of freight from Russia is coming via Trans- Siberian railway and going to Europe and America  The freight to Russia is machinery from Europe  Also some imports/


The International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations Fédération Internationale des Associations de Transitaires et Assimilés Internationale.

and vice versa still present uncertainties  Different regimes require transhipment in Urumqi  Two routes are used for the exchange of goods depending on the destination in greater China:  a northern route along the entire Trans-Siberian Railway and via northern Mongolia for the North and Northeast of China  or a southern route via Kazakhstan for the rest of the country  Differences exist between European and US/


Unit 7 The Joy of Travel. Part I: objectives of the unit Part II: preparation of the unit Part III: reading activities Part IV: further development.

Brainstorming travel transportation: bus, train, ship, plane, taxi, coach highway, bus/railway station, shipside, airport,... accommodation: hotel, motel, restaurant, tent, camp, food,/ go to Aruba? 3) Find out words associated with “change” trans-:cross (1) 横过 : transatlantic, trans-Siberian (2) 变化,转移 : transform, translate transition, transform myself from…into…,/self to experiment with new ways of being 敦促自己尝试新的生存方式 to take safe routes 走保险棋 to be useful in incorporating the experience into my life 重新回到老路上去/


ASIA-EUROPE MEETING (ASEM) ASEM Symposium on Eurasia Transport and Logistics Network M. SOKOLOV MINISTER OF TRANSPORT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION.

rail infrastructure and seaports The priority for Russia – build an optimal structure of the Euro-Asian transport and logistics routes which will connect Russia with China, Mongolia and Korea 33 Transcontinental freight routes The major infrastructure projects: Modernization of the Baikal-Amur and Trans- Siberian railways Modernization and construction of infrastructure corridors Primorye-1 and Primorye-2 These projects which will effectively serve current and/


Our clients can enjoy significant financial advantages from the short transit time of 18-25 days (depending on volume and relation). The main served areas.

from Far East (China, South Korea and Japan) to Russia/Europe and vice versa using the Trans-Siberian Railway connection. Deep sea vessel  Distance: 20.000 km  Transit time: 4-5 weeks  Limited weight per unit  Slow steaming /transit time  Working Capital Short-term capital commitment  Interests Small losses of commercial interests Environment the entire railway route is electrified and mainly supplied by hydroelectric power plants. Low carbon footprint Short pre/on-carriage distance Low CO2/


Yaroslavl Oblast Government Investment Opportunities in the Heart of Russia 2012 Igor Elfimov Vice-Governor of Yaroslavl Oblast.

engineering chemical engineering pharmaceuticals Education Yaroslavl Oblast Government Tunoshna International Cargo Airport is 20 km from Yaroslavl, 5 km from the railway station Moscow - Archangel M8 Federal Motorway Passenger and cargo ports on the Volga River Railways: Northern Railway, the Trans-Siberian Railway, roundabout route Samara – St. Petersburg - Karelia Фото Сапсан Фото красивого «мордастого» грузовика Фото самолета (Руслан из прошлой презентации) Transport Infrastructure Yaroslavl Oblast/


HUMAN ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION CHAPTER 15 PART 3 THE ARAL SEA.

Moscow to Vladivostok, passengers on the Trans-Siberian Railway cross seven time zones and cover more than 9,300 kilometers (more than 5,779 miles). Until the railroad’s construction, from 1891 to 1904, settlers in Siberia were mainly criminals and political refugees. Later, large numbers of people migrated to the region, and industry developed along the rail route.  WATCH THESE TWO MOVIE CLIPS/


Creation, Interaction and Expansion of Economic Systems What role does the economy play in establishing global domination?

demand caused by sugar plantations  Atlantic slave trade altered traditional African trade routes African Slave Trade Ming Dynasty Economic Recovery  Rebuilt irrigation systems destroyed / NOT make major reforms to help peasants Limited industrialization  Trans-Siberian railroad  Focus on heavy industry 2 nd in petroleum / industries needed cheap labor Sugar cane, coffee, or cotton plantations; mines, railway building, mining of guano Urban domestic labor including laundries, construction workers, porters/


TOURISM IN RUSSIA Rich cultural heritage and great natural variety place Russia among popular tourist destinations in the world. popular tourist destinations.

UNESCOs tentative lists.contains 23 UNESCO World Heritage Sites Major tourist routes in Russia include a travel around the Golden Ring of ancient cities, cruises on the big rivers like Volga, and long journeys on the famous Trans- Siberian RailwayGolden Ring VolgaTrans- Siberian Railway Most popular tourist destinations in Russia are Moscow and Saint Petersburg/ offer many different food and souvenirs, and show a great variety of traditions, like Russian banya, Tatar Sabantuy, or Siberian shamanist rituals.


National Institute for Research Advancement The Grand Design for Northeast Asia Takafusa Shioya President of National Institute for Research Advancement.

Advancement Natural Gas-Pipelines for NEA Source:KEEI Siberian route Sakhalin route 8 National Institute for Research Advancement Transportation Network of NEA Proposed Super Express Railway System PlannedExpressRailwaySystem Big Loop 9 National Institute for / in NEA Countries Northeast Asian Economic Forum Governments of NEA Countries Tripartite Summit Trans-National Networking of Relevant Institutes Proposals & Recommendations Cooperative Operation Joint Establishment & Management Common Track Ⅱ/


Comprehensive Review Unit Legacy of Ancient Greece and Rome Democratic ideas first develop in Greece in limited form around 500 B.C. The concept of a.

Canal. Britain took Egypt in order to have control of the Suez Canal, which was crucial to their shipping routes. Britain and Egypt then took control of Sudan. France began to colonize Tunisia and Morocco. Britain fought a war/ to move Russia forward: Higher taxes and foreign investments pay for the growth of industry, particularly steel Built the Trans-Siberian Railway to connect Western and Eastern Russia Changes, con’t Revolutionary Movement Grows –Industrialization brought new problems like poor working /


China and Japan Gov/Hist 352 Campbell University Part 6, Sino-Japanese War to the 1949 Communist Victory in China.

naval base at Port Arthur and obtained agreement to build a link to the Trans Siberian Railroad. Kang Youwei Kang Youwei and his protégé, Liang Qichao, were reformers/ became antagonist of the Qing. In 1911, the Qing decision to nationalize the railway system caused a furor when government compensation proved meager. The republican revolution followed. / with “X’s” were overrun by GMD forces. The dotted lines show retreat routes. Expansion South of the Wall Conflict with Japan extended south of the Great Wall/


Russia ‘s Transport and Logistics Strategy to Strengthen Eurasian Connectivity. International Cooperation Strategy Valery Reshetnikov Senior Vice-President.

the Eastern Polygon 562.4 billion roubles 302.2 billion roubles of Russian Railways’ own funds 260.2 billion roubles in government support Total Limit 3 Trans-Siberian Railway Baikal-Amur Mainline 4 crossing points have been set into operation, 7 stations/Zabaykalsk China 3250km Belarus 609km Poland 208km Suzhou 7678km (8 days) 1520 Domain An Integrated Logistics Service on Transit Routes Implementation of the Ust-Luga to Baltiysk and Ust-Luga to Sassnitz Rail-Ferry Lines Germany Poland Russia Lithuania /


Chapter 17-18 Russia and Northern Eurasia. Natural Environments Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus cover 12% of the world’s land area. Russia is the world’s.

Siberia has many natural resources, but accessing these resources is difficult. – –Siberia has the world’s longest railway (5,800 miles). Trans-Siberian Railroad Kiev = capital of the Ukraine (10% of the Ukraine population lives there.) Minsk – capital of Belarus/) Arid and semiarid climates. Water is a precious resource Formerly part of the “Silk Road” (a trade route to China) Sometimes called Turkistan. Nomadic culture Former Soviet Union Central Asian Issues and Challenges poor with few opportunities/


Long Term origins Despite the wariness of Nazi Germany to building relations with Russia the Treaty of Berlin was renewed, but the Nazi regime remained.

Moscow Moscow Stalin had stayed in Moscow while his Government retreated on the Tran- Siberian line, while fresh troops were being transported in when it came obvious/ the Soviets destroyed everything of possible use to the Germans. This included- bridges, railways, buildings,poisoned water supplies etc. It was not expected by the Germans and severely/important for the Red Army to establish a route for bringing a constant flow of supplies into Leningrad. This route was effected over the southern part of Lake /


CE 515 Railroad Engineering Passenger Rail-Intercity and Commuter Rail Source: AREMA Ch. 10, REES Module 5 “Transportation exists to conquer space and.

services, speed: 125 mph Russia: Dense network, long distances (625- 1250 miles), low speeds (38-44mph). Most famous: Trans-Siberian Railway (Moscow- Vladivostok) 14 Commuter Rail Between city center and suburbs People travel on a daily basis Stops, frequency Speed: 50-/-North, and NJ Transit), Chicago (Metra) 16 Metra-Chicago 3,700 square miles 11 separate lines, 487.7 route miles 100 communities, 240 rail stations 322,100 weekday passengers METRA-video 17 Passenger vs Freight Passenger: more sensitive on/


The Russo-Japanese War 1904-05. Long-term origins ► In 1894, Japan won a war against China with the aim of gaining land under Chinese control. ► Japan.

continues, trapping 60 000 Russian troops, they eventually surrender in December 1905 ► May 1905, Rozhestvensky’s Baltic squadron, en route to Port Arthur meets Admiral Togo’s fleet at Tsushima, where they were decisively defeated by superior Japanese technology Tsushima  The/► Weaknesses in Russia’s transport and communication system were revealed ► The Trans-Siberian railway was still incomplete and unable to get troops and supplies where they were needed quickly enough ► More money was invested in /


Russia- DPRK Reset Button: Implications for Denuclearization By Igor Khripunov November 2011.

along the Korean Peninsula to South Korea (1000km long, cost estimated at $2.5B, earliest completion in 2017) 2.Installing power transmission lines above this route 3.Completing a Trans-Korean railway system to be linked to the Trans- Siberian Railway (Khasan-Radjin sector to be completed before the end of 2011) Tacit and express approval and support of ROK government © Copyright 2011, The University of/


The Russian Revolutions

– the Czechoslovak Legion The oddest anti-Red force consisted of Czechoslovak soldiers who fought on the Allied side against Austria-Hungary. They sought to leave Russia via the Trans Siberian Railway, to continue the war. En-route a brawl between them and Hungarian prisoners occurred at Chelyabinsk. Heated emotions led to conflict with local Bolshevik authorities. Civil War – the Czechoslovak Legion Soviet Red Army/


255/255/2550/0/0 100/105/115135/140/150 0/0/102255/0/0 187/202/234221/237/177200/200/205215/222/226252/183/108253/246/177 Strategy of DB Schenker Rail.

our vision to go “from patchwork to network” 3 Past („Patchwork“)TodayFuture („Network“) National network provider European railway company “under construction” First choice for rail network solutions in Europe PKP SNCF SBB ÖBB NS DSB 255// hand Utilisation of both own companies and third party players Cooperation with national railways and premium logistic partners Transport in regular train paths via the Trans-Siberian rail route to China Handling of the containers due to different track gauges in Brest /


HAROLD GATTY-PRINCE OF NAVIGATORS. HAROLD GATTY WAS BORN IN CAMPBELL TOWN ON JANUARY 1901.HS FATHER WAS HEADMASTER OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT SCHOOL IN 1915.

WITH DUPLICATE INSTRUMENTS FOR GATTY INCLUDING AIRSPEED INDICATOR AND COMPASS AND A MASTER APERIODIC COMPASS. GATTY PLANNED THE ROUTE ARRANGING FACILITIES AT AIRPORTS,OBTAINING METROLOGICAL INFORMATION, DETAILING FUEL NEEDS AND EMERGENCY LANDING SITES. MAPS OF THE USSR/DAY WATER DRAINED FROM THE RUNWAY AND HORSES AND RUSSIAN PULLING POWER EXTRACTED THE WINNIE MAE FOLLOWING THE TRANS-SIBERIAN RAILWAY EAST THE FLIGHT REACHED KHABAROSK.FROM HERE BOTH FLIERS ELECTED TO HEAD FOR SOLOMON ALASKA ACROSS THE PACIFIC/


The Nature of the Russian Far East The Nature of the Russian Far East Работу на тему «Природа Дальнего Востока (география, климат, флора и фауна и т.д.)»

shares the latitude with Sapporo, Sukhumi, Almaty, Florence, Marseille, A Coruña, Boston, and Toronto. The Trans-Siberian Railway was built to connect European Russia with Vladivostok, Russias most important Pacific Ocean port. Finished in 1905, the rail/ Chinese Eastern Line, crossed over into Manchuria, China, passing through Harbin, a major city in Manchuria. Air routes connect Vladivostok International Airport with Japan; Peoples Republic of China; North Korea; South Korea; Vietnam.It is possible/


Backgrounds to the Russian Revolution of 1917 Sources: Julius Lecture: “Whither Russia?” (1995) The Face of Russia The Face of Russia (PBS) Russian History.

Themes of Russian History Kievan Russia Economic System: in Ukraine on the Dneiper River on Byzantine trading routes Trade with Vikings to West and with Constantinople to the South Subsistence farming Ethnicities: Slavic Language with/Lev Tolstoy 1881-1894ALEXANDER III ROMANOVALEXANDER IIIROMANOV 1884 Reactionary regulations for universities 1891 Beginning of the Trans-Siberian railwayTrans-Siberian railway 1891-1893 Making of the Franco-Russian alliance 1892-1903 Witte as minister of communications, finance/


Backgrounds to the Russian Revolution of 1917 Sources: Julius Lecture: “Whither Russia?” (1995) The Face of Russia The Face of Russia (PBS) Russian History.

Themes of Russian History Kievan Russia Economic System: in Ukraine on the Dneiper River on Byzantine trading routes Trade with Vikings to West and with Constantinople to the South Subsistence farming Ethnicities: Slavic Language with/Lev Tolstoy 1881-1894ALEXANDER III ROMANOVALEXANDER IIIROMANOV 1884 Reactionary regulations for universities 1891 Beginning of the Trans-Siberian railwayTrans-Siberian railway 1891-1893 Making of the Franco-Russian alliance 1892-1903 Witte as minister of communications, finance/


Chinese-English Bilingual Teaching For Logistics & Supply Chain Management Chapter 5. Transportation 余毅艺 Office:8314B.

Improve Transport capacity to Meet the Demands of Socio-economic Development Siberian Railway Freight Car 西伯利亚铁路运货车厢 40-Foot Containers Doublestacked on a Rail Car/yard Stacked 40-Foot Containers Loading and unloading Trans-Alaska Pipeline for transporting crude oil 1277km, in1977 West-East Gas/2004 Pipeline Transportation Modes Truck --- Flexible in routing ( 行程安排 ) & time schedules, efficient for short-hauls( 拖运距离 ) of high value goods Truck --- Flexible in routing ( 行程安排 ) & time schedules, efficient for/


Prof. Dr. WANG Yiwei (王义桅) Director of Institute of International Affairs Renmin University of China Senior Fellow of RDCY 1.

4. Why Good for the World? 16 世纪欧洲现代化崛起 古丝绸之路消逝 Transport and logistic routes for trading and cultural exchanges between East and West. http://www.gettyimages./, Dalian, Shenyang, Changchun, Harbin Resource s Abroad West Siberian Oil and Gas Fields, Mongolian Gobi Coal and Copper Mine/ an opportunity to balance the development of the trans-Atlantic relationship. 62 According to Bloomberg analysis,/-land combined transport passage, relying on Belgrade- Budapest Railway and Greece’s Piraeus Port. 65 Case Study:/


Business School, SDJU Chinese-English Bilingual Teaching For Logistics & Supply Chain Management Chapter 5. Transportation 姜 阵 剑

the frequency and the predictability with which movement takes place over any given route, four basic types of movement for goods can be identified: – regular /capacity to Meet the Demands of Socio-economic Development Business School, SDJU Siberian Railway Freight Car 西伯利亚铁路运货车厢 40-Foot Containers Doublestacked on a Rail Car The /40-Foot Containers Business School, SDJU Loading and unloading Business School, SDJU Trans-Alaska Pipeline for transporting crude oil 1277km, in1977 West-East Gas Pipeline more/


Chapter Nine: Cultural Regions

Religion(s): Christianity (Roman Catholic) Culture / Customs: Economics / Trade: Panama Canal (Vital Trade Route), Manufacturing Industries Europe Europe and Asia share the same land mass, which is so large that geographers /River, Volga River, Black Sea, Caspian Sea, Lake Baikal Regions: C.I.S. (Formal), Former Soviet Union (Formal), Trans-Siberian Railway (Functional), Siberia (Perceptual) Major Language(s): Russian, Slavic, Ukrainian Major Government(s): Democratic, Some Dictatorships Major Religion(s):/


Your day  Take the test Use a separate piece of paper for the short answers ______________________________  Complete the Atlas Activity  Read Ch. 19.

Fulton invented the steamboat in 1807  The Clermont operated the first regular steamboat route, running between Albany and New York City  1819 – the Savannah used a/ train cars, improved road beds, and sleeping cars Growth of Railways  How would the growth of railways affect the way we look at time? Communications Revolution Samuel F/, then in their colonies and other areas under their political influence Russia – Trans-Siberian railroad (1891-1905) Germany – Berlin-to-Baghdad railroad across Europe to the/


The Key Players. This source collection is made by Bob Stradling within the Innovating History Education for All project with the support of the Erasmus+

put down the Boxer Uprising in China. Russia sent troops into Manchuria, and this and the construction of the Trans-Siberian railway left Japan feeling increasingly threatened. On 9 February 1904 Japan attacked the Russian eastern fleet at Port Arthur on the/Archduke was attending, as provocative. This was because the military exercise was based on an imagined Austrian invasion of Serbia. Route taken by the assassins from Belgrade to Sarajevo (Map is in the Public Domain, the adaptions are made by Werchovsky/


CONTENTS: Geographical position History of the region The Nature Culture The population The economy and the industry Foreign-economic activity Finance.

the polar circle, rightfully considered the northern gates of Russia, the starting pointof transit along the Northern sea route. backnext main menu I n 2001-2005 large-scale activities have been carried out to increase efficiency and/to the European, American and internal markets; Opportunity of using the international transport transit corridors – The Northern sea route, the Trans-Siberian Railway and North - South; Creation in the region of a favorable enterprise climate with the interest of social- /


MINING ENGINEERING. METALLURGY. III specialized exhibition 26-28 NOVEMBER 2013 Side by side with you and the development!

The main economic sectors of the Sverdlovsk Region are mining and steel industry. Sverdlovsk region is an important transportation hub. One of the major routes passing through the region is the Trans- Siberian Railway. Also important air, rail and road routes of general importance pass through the area. Sverdlovsk region is rich in minerals such as gold, platinum, bauxite, asbestos, as well as minerals and/


These 9 little gems (Spatial Concepts) will so help us kick some Geography butt this year. Let’s start slow.......

you will notice that it heads slightly North East.  The quickest rail route between Wodonga and Barnawatha was not chosen. What aspects would have added to the relative distance of this route?  What is the scale of this topographic map? NNot weigh/ or be grouped together. LinearRandomRadial Clustered Dispersed The location of Trans-Siberian towns in Russia are a great example of a LINEAR pattern. We would say that towns along the railway are distributed in a linear pattern. The key with distribution is/


The Empirical Ambitions Before “the Great War”.

sizable but technologically behind Germany and Britain. British control over Gibraltar and the Suez helps protect your own trade routes. Is an industrialized nation, but lags behind both Britain and Germany. Increasing trade and military aid with / strengths include a huge diversity of natural resources. You are continuous with all your possessions, but since the Trans-Siberian Railway is not quite finished, you have some difficulty transporting goods from the East to your Capital and population centers/


The city of Harbin is the capital of Heilongjiang province in northern Manchuria, northeast China. Harbin is originally a Manchu word meaning "a place.

first Jews arrived to Harbin from Russia and Eastern Europe in 1898, with the beginning of the construction of the trans-Siberian railway linking Moscow and Beijing. After the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, increasing numbers of Jews migrated to Harbin. At /of a large Menorah, a candlestick with seven candles. On the walls there are two relief sculptures depicting the migration routes of the Jews. The synagogue itself is full of intricate Jewish architecture with the Star of David on prominent display/


New College English (Book Three, Second Edition) Unit 7 The Joy of Travel 主讲人: 王 媛.

( 独木舟 ) motorcycle ( 摩托车 ) coach ( 长途汽车 ) cable car ( 缆车 ) hotel restaurant motel ( 汽车旅馆 ) airport railway station highway beach guide travel agency ( 旅行社 ) travel agent ( 旅行代理商 ) telescope ( 望远镜 ) money guide book ( 指南 /return air ticket suitcase rucksack ( 旅行背包 ) luggage places of interest scenic spots ( 景点 ) scenery Museum resort ( 游览胜地 ) mountain route itinerary ( 旅行日程 ) excursion ( 远足 ) tour trip journey ( 旅行 ) Voyage ( 航程 ) round trip ( 往返旅 行 ) /modern travel d.The Trans-Siberian Special e.The Great/


Meeting future challenges in Finnish transport and logistics Oddgeir Danielsen.

transport and logistics Oddgeir Danielsen Energy Raw materials The Northern Sea Route The Trans Siberian Railroad Other Game Changers The Northern Dimension Structure Non-governmental level /significant environmental benefits.  For example increased road safety, reduced emissions in rail vs roads Project examples: Road construction, railways, airports, broadband and mobile phone networks Photo: SJ AB (Sweden) NORDIC INVESTMENT BANK Financing infrastructure investments Most infrastructure projects/


Moscow St.Petersburg Novosibirsk Novgorod Samara Завершить показ.

the Russian Orthodox Church, representing the Virgin Mary as the protector and patron of the city of Kazan. Novosibirsk is the third- largest city in Russia, has the biggest railway station along the trans-Siberian route, the biggest library in Siberia, and the biggest opera/ballet theater in all of Russia -- even bigger than Moscows Bolshoy. The red-brick Cathedral of St. Alexander Nevsky/


Final Review 60 Points: –70 Multiple Choice (.75 points each) –10 Map Identifications (.75 points each) 40 Points: –15 DBQ Questions (1 point each) –DBQ.

together, carried people efficiently –U.S. transcontinental (1869) –Russian Trans-Siberian (1903) Communication and transportation systems vastly improve Urban rail lines, trolleys/ (1852-1870) Successes: Improved industrialization Helped build the Suez Canal Improved railways Allowed for some local government Legalized labor unions –Right to strike guaranteed /s surprise attack spoiled, ambushed by waiting U.S. fleet U.S. routs Japan: –3,000 Japanese killed vs. 300 Americans killed –4 Japanese /


Week of April 12 th -16th Monday: Complete presentations on 1750-1914 time period Tuesday: PSSAs, per 1-3 in afternoon Day 1 Wednesday: PSSAs, per 4-9.

ùEast Germany  Saxony P industrialization promoted by government (ie: Pacific Railway Act, GB does not allow export of machinery or technology) (zaibatsu)/1839 Geography Religion Geographically diverse- for centuries controlled trade routes from East to West _____________________________ Islam Some resistance to /2) Judaism (pogroms) Extreme multi-culturalism _____________________________ Industrialization Sergei Witte (Trans- Siberian Railroad) (however peasant discontent: low wages, long hrs, uprooted /


Migration. Migration A change in residence that is intended to be permanent. Emigration-leaving a country. Immigration-entering a country. Little Haiti,

Far East, Near East Distance: –Absolute distance “as the crow flies” –Relative distance-actual distance due to routes taken such as highways or railroads Catalysts of Migration Economic conditions-poverty and a desire for opportunity. Political conditions- persecution/East Africa, SE Asia China to SE Asia Eastern US to Western US Western Russia to Eastern Russia Trans-Siberian Railway increased migration to the east. International Migration – Movement across country borders (implying a degree of permanence/


Mongolia 2016 (plus actions from initial briefs).

25 years. I have done a vast amount of walking in the UK and Alps including several Via Ferrata routes in Switzerland and the Dolomites. I have been in Scouts for over 50 years and looking forward to /the project phase of expedition Equipment deals? Mongolia 2016 - Itinerary Linear expedition with ‘Project’ in Ulaanbaatar and Trans Siberian railway to Beijing 1Dep UK22 nd July 2016 2Arr MongoliaTransferHostel 3UlaanbaatarAcclimatisationHostel 4Drive to HovsgolRoad journeyGer Camp 5Horse and Foot 1Tents /


19 th century Russia Red: 1800 Pink: Additions to 1900.

shot & missed 1867 Polish man failed attempt in Paris 1879 3 bombs on trains from Crimea –1st Tsar took another route –2nd Bomb failed to explode –3rd Exploded under wrong train 1880 bomb in Winter Palace –Carpenter infiltrated –Killed 40 Finnish/ III & grandson Nicholas II In “reaction” to terrorist movement In “reaction” to terrorist movement Industrialization Continues Trans Siberian Railway Working Class expands -see article in Stearns on p.742 Reaction to “Bloody Sunday” (and the other problems to an extent)/


Final Review 60 Points: –70 Multiple Choice (.75 points each) –10 Map Identifications (.75 points each) 40 Points: –15 DBQ Questions (1 point each) –DBQ.

together, carried people efficiently –U.S. transcontinental (1869) –Russian Trans-Siberian (1903) Communication and transportation systems vastly improve Urban rail lines, trolleys/ (1852-1870) Successes: Improved industrialization Helped build the Suez Canal Improved railways Allowed for some local government Legalized labor unions –Right to strike guaranteed /s surprise attack spoiled, ambushed by waiting U.S. fleet U.S. routs Japan: –3,000 Japanese killed vs. 300 Americans killed –4 Japanese /


Setting the Stage The World in the 19 th Century.

Greece in their quest for independence. Consequently, Britain did not support this move because they wanted to dominate trade routes and keep Russia out of the action. Austria-Hungary supported a stable Ottoman Empire and did not support Balkan independence/ sparked a national revolution in 1911– More on this later. 1891: Russia gets it going Russia begins construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway. Goal: Annex Manchuria, gain control of Korea (an ice free port) Japan was in direct conflict with Russia over /


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