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Chapter 10 Study Guide Review Game. Mr. Hearty and Mr. Bellisario. TERMS PEOPLE GROUPS PLACES. Multiple Choice Section 1 Multiple Choice Section 2 Multiple Choice Section 3 Multiple Choice Section 4 Multiple Choice Section 5. Table of Contents. TERMS.

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Chapter 10 study guide review game

Chapter 10 Study Guide Review Game

Mr. Hearty and Mr. Bellisario


Table of contents

TERMS

PEOPLE

GROUPS

PLACES

Multiple Choice Section 1

Multiple Choice Section 2

Multiple Choice Section 3

Multiple Choice Section 4

Multiple Choice Section 5

Table of Contents


Terms

TERMS

Document issued by Nicolas II that promised freedom of speech and assembly.

  • Democrato

  • October Manifesto

  • Risorgimento


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Terms1

TERMS

Bismarck was a master of ________ when evaluating the needs of the state.

  • Zollverein

  • Entfuhren

  • Realpolitik


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Terms2

TERMS

In the 1830s, Prussia created an economic union among German states called the ______.

  • Zollverein

  • Entfuhren

  • Realpolitik


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Terms3

TERMS

Battle for civilization

  • Papandreas

  • Anarchist

  • Kulturkampf


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Terms4

TERMS

Person who wants to abolish government.

  • Papandreas

  • Anarchist

  • Kulturkampf


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Terms5

TERMS

Italian nationalist movement

  • Democrato

  • October Manifesto

  • Risorgimento


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Terms6

TERMS

Violent mob attack on Jews

  • Refugee

  • Pogroms

  • Basij


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Terms7

TERMS

Person who flees his or her homeland to seek safety elsewhere.

  • Refugee

  • Pogroms

  • Basij


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Terms8

TERMS

German nationalists celebrated the birth of the _______ in January 1871.

  • First Reich

  • Second Reich

  • Third Reich


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People

PEOPLE

Prime Minister who sought to regain peasant support through land reform.

  • Alexy Molotov

  • Peter Stolypin

  • Zagreb Chevnezski


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People1

PEOPLE

He asked Bismarck to resign in 1890.

  • William II

  • Nicholas II

  • Alexander I


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People2

PEOPLE

  • He was a shrewd politician who brought about Italian unification.

  • Cavour

  • Garibaldi

  • Mazzini


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People3

PEOPLE

Nationalist leader who helped set up a revolutionary republic in Rome in 1849.

  • Cavour

  • Garibaldi

  • Mazzini


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People4

PEOPLE

He turned over Naples and Sicily to Victor Emmanuel II

  • Cavour

  • Garibaldi

  • Mazzini


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People5

PEOPLE

He tried to strengthen his empire by granting a new constitution.

  • Francis Deak

  • Francis Edward

  • Francis Joseph


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People6

PEOPLE

He helped work out a compromise that led to the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungry.

  • Francis Deak

  • Francis Edward

  • Francis Joseph


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People7

PEOPLE

Nickname for Otto von Bismarck

  • Iron Chancellor

  • Iron Diplomat

  • Iron Horse


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People8

PEOPLE

  • He became the first Kaiser of the Second Reich.

  • William I

  • Nicholas II

  • Alexander I


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Groups

GROUPS

Revolutionary group that assassinated Alexander II

  • People’s Will

  • Social Democratic Party

  • Socialist Republican


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Groups1

GROUPS

This group had the most sets in the Reichstag by 1912.

  • People’s Will

  • Social Democratic Party

  • Socialist Republican


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Places

PLACES

Ottoman territories became known as the _________ due in part to infighting between nationalities.

  • Balkan powder keg

  • Schleswig and Holstein

  • Hungarian Empire


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Places1

PLACES

Bismarck formed an alliance with Austria in 1864 to seize __________ from Denmark.

  • Balkan powder keg

  • Schleswig and Holstein

  • Hungarian Empire


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Places2

PLACES

This empire was called, “the sick man of Europe”.

  • Austrian-Hungry Empire

  • Ottoman Empire

  • Russian Empire


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Multiple choice section 1

Multiple Choice Section 1

Napoleon’s advances in the early 1800s had the effect of…

  • making trade more difficult.

  • disintegrating German unity.

  • increasing demands for a united German state.


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Multiple choice section 11

Multiple Choice Section 1

Otto Von Bismarck’s success in creating German unity was due in part to his…

  • being a strong German nationalist.

  • strong will.

  • humble background.


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Multiple choice section 12

Multiple Choice Section 1

The Franco-Prussian War was a struggle over…

  • leadership of the German confederation.

  • a growing rivalry between the two nations.

  • the province of Schleswig and Holstein.


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Multiple choice section 13

Multiple Choice Section 1

Bismarck moved Prussia and France towards war by…

  • editing and releasing the “Ems dispatch”.

  • declaring war on France.

  • taunting Napoleon III.


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Multiple choice section 14

Multiple Choice Section 1

The constitution of the Second Reich set up a two-house legislature that…

  • gave real power to the emperor and chancellor.

  • was ruled by the Reichstag.

  • was elected by universal suffrage.


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Multiple choice section 2

Multiple Choice Section 2

How did industrial progress mad in the 1850s and 1860s help Germany after unification?

  • Germans had decreased their population so they could export more.

  • Germans had founded large companies that served as a base for expansion.

  • Germans had learned to import national resources.


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Multiple choice section 21

Multiple Choice Section 2

How did the German government promote economic development?

  • By supporting research and development

  • By breaking up the railroad system

  • By reorganizing the banking system


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Multiple choice section 22

Multiple Choice Section 2

What was Bismarck’s foreign policy goal concerning the French?

  • To keep them weak and isolated.

  • To aid their industrial growth.

  • To compete against their Navy.


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Multiple choice section 23

Multiple Choice Section 2

What was the result of Bismarck’s Kulturkampf?

  • Jesuits flocked to Germany.

  • The Catholic Center party gained strength.

  • People rejected Catholicism.


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Multiple choice section 24

Multiple Choice Section 2

Why did Bismarck’s pioneer social reforms in Germany?

  • To woo workers from socialism.

  • To improve worker’s lives

  • To educate workers.


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Multiple choice section 25

Multiple Choice Section 2

How did William II shock Europe?

  • By invading Britain

  • By asking Bismarck to resign.

  • By abdicating the throne.


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Multiple choice section 3

Multiple Choice Section 3

In response to the Congress of Vienna, Italian nationalists tried to…

  • revive the glories of ancient Rome.

  • make alliances with the Hapsburgs.

  • expel Austrian forces from northern Italy.


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Multiple choice section 31

Multiple Choice Section 3

Sardina was able to defeat Austria and annex Lombardy with the help of the…

  • Prussians

  • French

  • Russians


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Multiple choice section 32

Multiple Choice Section 3

With aid from Cavour, Garibaldi’s forces were able to take control of…

  • the Papal States.

  • Rome and Venetia.

  • Sicily and Naples.


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Multiple choice section 33

Multiple Choice Section 3

After unification, relations between the state and the Roman Catholic Church were…

  • friendly.

  • improving.

  • hostile.


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Multiple choice section 34

Multiple Choice Section 3

The population explosion caused tensions that were relieved through…

  • worker education.

  • emigration.

  • improved working conditions.


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Multiple choice section 4

Multiple Choice Section 4

Why did the Hapsburgs try to limit industrial development?

  • It was a threat to traditional ways of life.

  • Austrian cities were too big.

  • It caused too much pollution.


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Multiple choice section 41

Multiple Choice Section 4

Why did nationalist movements break out in the Hapsburg empire?

  • German nationalists helped them organize.

  • Several national groups shared the same region.

  • Everyone in the empire spoke the same language.


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Multiple choice section 42

Multiple Choice Section 4

How did ethnic groups react to the legislature established by the new constitution?

  • They were not satisfied.

  • They were pleased.

  • They embraced it.


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Multiple choice section 43

Multiple Choice Section 4

What role did Francis Joseph play in the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary/

  • Emperor of Austria and king of Hungary.

  • Author of the new constitution.

  • No role.


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Multiple choice section 44

Multiple Choice Section 4

How was the Ottoman empire similar to the Austrian empire?

  • Both welcomed nationalism.

  • Both covered small territories.

  • Both were multinational.


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Multiple choice section 45

Multiple Choice Section 4

Why was the Balkan region referred to as a powder keg?

  • Balkans nationalist often set off explosions to gain recognition.

  • There were several conflicting interests in the region.

  • There was a large arms industry in the Balkans.


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Multiple choice section 5

Multiple Choice Section 5

One obstacle in the way of Russian progress was…

  • a small population.

  • the rigid social structure.

  • the rapid pace of reforms.


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Multiple choice section 51

Multiple Choice Section 5

The three pillars of Russian absolutism were orthodoxy, autocracy, and…

  • nationalism.

  • democracy.

  • oligarchy.


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Multiple choice section 52

Multiple Choice Section 5

Turning point in Russian history occurred in 1861 when Alexander II…

  • emancipated the serfs.

  • banned elected assemblies

  • did away with legal reform.


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Multiple choice section 53

Multiple Choice Section 5

Finance minister Count Serge Witte made…

  • no progress in the development of the Russian railroad.

  • economic development a key goal.

  • an effort to restore order by handing revolutionaries.


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Multiple choice section 54

Multiple Choice Section 5

Peter Stolypin first tried to restore order after the revolution through…

  • land reform.

  • school closures.

  • arrests, pogroms, and executions.


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