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Industrialization and Nationalism. Chapter 19 Test Review. The production of this was one of the first industries to be affected by the Industrial Revolution. What is cotton cloth ?. Where did the Industrial Revolution begin?. What is Great Britain ?.

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industrialization and nationalism

Industrialization and Nationalism

Chapter 19 Test Review

slide6

By 1830, two-thirds of the British cotton factory’s workforce were

  • Rural farm families who had moved to the city from Canada.
  • Immigrants from France and Belgium.
  • Women and children
  • Slaves from Africa and South America.
slide7

Answer: C

Women and Children

slide8

The factory system created a new labor system in which

  • Products were produced by an assembly line of workers and animals.
  • Workers had to adjust to periods of hectic work, followed by periods of inactivity.
  • Machines were valued more highly than the men who ran them.
  • Workers had to work regular hours and do the same work over and over.
slide9

Answer: D

Workers had to work regular hours and do the same work over and over.

slide10

The ___was crucial to Britain’s Industrial Revolution?

  • Bicycle
  • Flying shuttle
  • Water-powered loom
  • Steam engine.
slide11

Answer: D

Steam Engine

slide14

What social change brought by the Industrial Revolution was evident?

  • Emergence of the middle class and the working class.
  • Growing death rates, due to accidents on the highways.
  • Thick air pollution that choked the British Isles.
  • Widespread famines caused by families abandoning their farms.
slide15

Answer: A

The emergence of the middle class and working class.

slide16

The pitiful conditions created by the Industrial Revolution gave rise to

  • The Iron Workers’ Revolt of 1886.
  • The organization of charitable groups.
  • Socialism, in which society owns and controls the means of production.
  • A cry for rights for animals that worked in coal mines.
slide17

Answer: C

Socialism

slide32

Prince Metternich’s claim that he was guided by the principle of legitimacy meant

  • Territories would only be retuned to those who had a legitimate claim to them.
  • Lawful monarchs from the royal families that had ruled before Napoleon would be restored to power.
  • He was the legitimate and lawful heir to the throne of Denmark.
  • The old tensions that had existed prior to Napoleon would resurface.
slide33

Answer: B

Lawful monarchs would be restored to power.

slide36

According to the principle of intervention, the great powers of Europe had the right to

  • Borrow food from one another in times of economic crisis within their countries.
  • Send armies into countries where there were revolutions in order to restore legitimate monarchs to power.
  • Take one another’s territories without asking.
  • Have responsibilities with voting privileges in one another’s governments.
slide37

Answer: B

They could send armies into countries where revolutions in order to restore legitimate monarchs to power.

slide48

The independent German states recognized by the Congress of Vienna in 1815 were called the ____________________________________.

slide52

The unification of Germany was accomplished by the Prussian prime minister _______________________.

slide56

One of the leaders of the Italian unification effort was

  • Giuseppe Garibaldi
  • Giovani Bernini
  • Otto von Bismarck
  • Klemens von Metternich
slide57

Answer: A

Giuseppe Garibaldi

slide58

The Crimean War was a long-standing struggle between _____________and the ___________Empire.

slide60

In 1848, revolutions took place in all of the following EXCEPT

  • Britain
  • France
  • The German states
  • Italy
slide61

Answer: A

Britain

slide62

The first president of the Second Republic in France was

  • Napoleon Bonaparte
  • Louis-Napoleon
  • Metternich
  • Louis-Philippe
slide63

Answer: B

Louis-Napoleon

slide64

After Napoleon, France was governed until 1830 by

  • A king
  • An emperor
  • An constitutional monarchy
  • The Constituent Assembly
slide65

Answer: A

A King.

slide70

True or False?

The government of Napoleon III was authoritarian.

slide74

When the Germans failed to achieve unification in 1848 and ‘49, they looked to _______for leadership in the cause of German unification.

slide82

True or False.

During the 19th century, Russia was falling hopelessly behind the western European powers.

slide84

The ____established a self-governing Canadian nation.

  • Treaty of France in63
  • British North American Act
  • Canadian Revolution
  • Declaration of Canadian Liberty
slide85

Answer: B

British North American Act

slide90

Who proposed the germ theory of disease?

  • FarhidMolotof
  • Michael Faraday
  • Louis Pasteur
  • Charles Darwin
slide91

Answer: C

  • Louis Pasteur
slide96

The brutal life led by the urban poor in England was described in literature by ___________________.

Hint: “It was the best of times it was the worst of times...”