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
Mr. Hearty and Mr. Bellisario
Multiple Choice Section 1
Multiple Choice Section 2
Multiple Choice Section 3
Multiple Choice Section 4
Multiple Choice Section 5
Document issued by Nicolas II that promised freedom of speech and assembly.
Bismarck was a master of ________ when evaluating the needs of the state.
In the 1830s, Prussia created an economic union among German states called the ______.
Battle for civilization
Person who wants to abolish government.
Italian nationalist movement
Violent mob attack on Jews
Person who flees his or her homeland to seek safety elsewhere.
German nationalists celebrated the birth of the _______ in January 1871.
Prime Minister who sought to regain peasant support through land reform.
He asked Bismarck to resign in 1890.
Nationalist leader who helped set up a revolutionary republic in Rome in 1849.
He turned over Naples and Sicily to Victor Emmanuel II
He tried to strengthen his empire by granting a new constitution.
He helped work out a compromise that led to the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungry.
Nickname for Otto von Bismarck
Revolutionary group that assassinated Alexander II
This group had the most sets in the Reichstag by 1912.
Ottoman territories became known as the _________ due in part to infighting between nationalities.
Bismarck formed an alliance with Austria in 1864 to seize __________ from Denmark.
This empire was called, “the sick man of Europe”.
Napoleon’s advances in the early 1800s had the effect of…
Otto Von Bismarck’s success in creating German unity was due in part to his…
The Franco-Prussian War was a struggle over…
Bismarck moved Prussia and France towards war by…
The constitution of the Second Reich set up a two-house legislature that…
How did industrial progress mad in the 1850s and 1860s help Germany after unification?
How did the German government promote economic development?
What was Bismarck’s foreign policy goal concerning the French?
What was the result of Bismarck’s Kulturkampf?
Why did Bismarck’s pioneer social reforms in Germany?
How did William II shock Europe?
In response to the Congress of Vienna, Italian nationalists tried to…
Sardina was able to defeat Austria and annex Lombardy with the help of the…
With aid from Cavour, Garibaldi’s forces were able to take control of…
After unification, relations between the state and the Roman Catholic Church were…
The population explosion caused tensions that were relieved through…
Why did the Hapsburgs try to limit industrial development?
Why did nationalist movements break out in the Hapsburg empire?
How did ethnic groups react to the legislature established by the new constitution?
What role did Francis Joseph play in the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary/
How was the Ottoman empire similar to the Austrian empire?
Why was the Balkan region referred to as a powder keg?
One obstacle in the way of Russian progress was…
The three pillars of Russian absolutism were orthodoxy, autocracy, and…
Turning point in Russian history occurred in 1861 when Alexander II…
Finance minister Count Serge Witte made…
Peter Stolypin first tried to restore order after the revolution through…
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