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“Liberty, equality, and fraternity” promoted after the French revolution leaves France as a ________ country, but France still lacked in women suffrage.

76.

  • republic
  • democratic
  • anarchic
  • fascist
  • oligarchic
slide2
“Liberty, equality, and fraternity” promoted after the French revolution leaves France as a ________ country, but France still lacked in women suffrage.

76.

  • republic
  • democratic
  • anarchic
  • fascist
  • oligarchic
nations of the 18 th century sought a balance of powers if one grows too strong others
Nations of the 18th century sought a balance of powers. If one grows too strong, others _________________________________.

77.

  • plead for foreign assistance
  • disregard it
  • independently try to limit it
  • encourage the rise of it
  • unite in war and diplomacy to limit it

.

nations of the 18 th century sought a balance of powers if one grows too strong others1
Nations of the 18th century sought a balance of powers. If one grows too strong, others _________________________________.

77.

  • plead for foreign assistance
  • disregard it
  • independently try to limit it
  • encourage the rise of it
  • unite in war and diplomacy to limit it

.

slide5
Russia, Denmark-Norway, Poland-Lithuania and Saxony engaged in a challenge with Sweden at the Baltic Sea starting which war led by Charles XII?

78.

  • Seven Years’ War (1756-1763)
  • Great Northern War (1700-1721)
  • Crimean War (1854-1856)
  • Thirty Years War (1618-1648)
  • Nine Years War (1689-1697)
slide6
Russia, Denmark-Norway, Poland-Lithuania and Saxony engaged in a challenge with Sweden at the Baltic Sea starting which war led by Charles XII?

78.

  • Seven Years’ War (1756-1763)
  • Great Northern War (1700-1721)
  • Crimean War (1854-1856)
  • Thirty Years War (1618-1648)
  • Nine Years War (1689-1697)
slide7
After Robespierre’s regime falls, his unstable government known as the French Directory survives until Louis Napoleon’s rule, closing which phase of the French Revolution?

79.

  • Convention Phase
  • Cult of the Supreme Being Phase
  • National Assembly Phase
  • Republican Phase
  • None of the above
slide8
After Robespierre’s regime falls, his unstable government known as the French Directory survives until Louis Napoleon’s rule, closing which phase of the French Revolution?

79.

  • Convention Phase
  • Cult of the Supreme Being Phase
  • National Assembly Phase
  • Republican Phase
  • None of the above
the four partitions of poland austrian partition prussian russian were carried out for what purpose
The four partitions of Poland (Austrian Partition, Prussian, Russian) were carried out for what purpose?

80.

  • To weaken the Dutch empire
  • To divide Commonwealth lands up amongst themselves
  • To prevent Polish dominance
  • To fulfill the requirements of the Treaty of Kuchuk-Kainardji
  • To incite war with other nations
the four partitions of poland austrian partition prussian russian were carried out for what purpose1
The four partitions of Poland (Austrian Partition, Prussian, Russian) were carried out for what purpose?

80.

  • To weaken the Dutch empire
  • To divide Commonwealth lands up amongst themselves
  • To prevent Polish dominance
  • To fulfill the requirements of the Treaty of Kuchuk-Kainardji
  • To incite war with other nations
what occurred simultaneously with the 18 th century storming of the bastille
What occurred simultaneously with the 18th century storming of the Bastille?

81.

  • Cult of the Supreme Being
  • The Tennis Court Oath
  • The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
  • Establishment of the Directory
  • The “Great Fear”
what occurred simultaneously with the 18 th century storming of the bastille1
What occurred simultaneously with the 18th century storming of the Bastille?

81.

  • Cult of the Supreme Being
  • The Tennis Court Oath
  • The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
  • Establishment of the Directory
  • The “Great Fear”
slide13
Who was the Italian nationalist and patriot who hoped to use the new republic to unite the rest of Italy under a republican government (1861)?

82.

  • Count Camillo Cavour
  • Giuseppe Mazzini
  • Giuseppe Garibaldi
  • Victor Emmanuel II
  • Otto Von Bismarck
slide14
Who was the Italian nationalist and patriot who hoped to use the new republic to unite the rest of Italy under a republican government (1861)?

82.

  • Count Camillo Cavour
  • Giuseppe Mazzini
  • Giuseppe Garibaldi
  • Victor Emmanuel II
  • Otto Von Bismarck
slide15
The major pillars of 19th century _______ were legitimate monarchies, landed aristocracies, and established churches

83.

  • fascism
  • conservatism
  • nationalism
  • liberalism
  • socialism
slide16
The major pillars of 19th century _______ were legitimate monarchies, landed aristocracies, and established churches

83.

  • fascism
  • conservatism
  • nationalism
  • liberalism
  • socialism
slide17
Who was the chief minister of the Austrian Empire, statesman who most opposed change in Europe after the Congress of Vienna, and pointed to the evil of human presumption?

84.

  • Klemens von Metternich
  • Frederick William III
  • Karl Sand
  • Viscount Castlereagh
  • Edmund Burke
slide18
Who was the chief minister of the Austrian Empire, statesman who most opposed change in Europe after the Congress of Vienna, and pointed to the evil of human presumption?

84.

  • Klemens von Metternich
  • Frederick William III
  • Karl Sand
  • Viscount Castlereagh
  • Edmund Burke
slide19
______, or student associations served numerous social functions like to sever old provincial loyalties and replace them with loyalty to the concept of a united German state

85.

  • Sans-culottes
  • Zollverein
  • Burschenschaften
  • pogroms
  • juntas
slide20
______, or student associations served numerous social functions like to sever old provincial loyalties and replace them with loyalty to the concept of a united German state

85.

  • Sans-culottes
  • Zollverein
  • Burschenschaften
  • pogroms
  • juntas
slide21
What event occurred on August 16, 1819 at a meeting of the radical reform campaign, because of local Manchester officials?

86.

  • Cato Street Conspiracy
  • Carlsbad Decrees
  • “Peterloo Massacre”
  • The July Revolution
  • The Decembrist Revolt
slide22
What event occurred on August 16, 1819 at a meeting of the radical reform campaign, because of local Manchester officials?

86.

  • Cato Street Conspiracy
  • Carlsbad Decrees
  • “Peterloo Massacre”
  • The July Revolution
  • The Decembrist Revolt
who were the major powers at the congress of vienna
Who were the major powers at the Congress of Vienna?

87.

  • France, Great Britain, Prussia, Italy
  • Germany, Austria, Russia, Great Britain
  • France, Great Britain, Russia, Italy
  • Russia, Austria, Prussia, and Great Britain
  • Germany, Italy, France, United States
who were the major powers at the congress of vienna1
Who were the major powers at the Congress of Vienna?

87.

  • France, Great Britain, Prussia, Italy
  • Germany, Austria, Russia, Great Britain
  • France, Great Britain, Russia, Italy
  • Russia, Austria, Prussia, and Great Britain
  • Germany, Italy, France, United States
slide25
Which Latin American area gained independence in 1804, after a slave revolt led by Toussaint L’Ouverture and Jean-Jacques Dessalines?

88.

  • Haiti
  • Cuba
  • Puerto Rico
  • B and C
  • All of the above
slide26
Which Latin American area gained independence in 1804, after a slave revolt led by Toussaint L’Ouverture and Jean-Jacques Dessalines?

88.

  • Haiti
  • Cuba
  • Puerto Rico
  • B and C
  • All of the above
who symbolized the most extreme form of nineteenth century autocracy
Who symbolized the most extreme form of nineteenth-century autocracy?

89.

  • Napoleon III in France
  • Nicholas I in Russia
  • Emperor Ferdinand in Austria
  • Frederick William IV in Germany
  • Pius IX in Italy
who symbolized the most extreme form of nineteenth century autocracy1
Who symbolized the most extreme form of nineteenth-century autocracy?

89.

  • Napoleon III in France
  • Nicholas I in Russia
  • Emperor Ferdinand in Austria
  • Frederick William IV in Germany
  • Pius IX in Italy
the july revolution was caused by charles x issuing the in 1830
The July Revolution was caused by Charles X issuing the _____ ______ in 1830.

90.

  • Ferry Laws
  • May Laws
  • Carlsbad Decrees
  • Six Acts
  • Four Ordinances
the july revolution was caused by charles x issuing the in 18301
The July Revolution was caused by Charles X issuing the _____ ______ in 1830.

90.

  • Ferry Laws
  • May Laws
  • Carlsbad Decrees
  • Six Acts
  • Four Ordinances
which bill law in 1832 expanded the size of the english electorate
Which bill (law in 1832) expanded the size of the English electorate?

91.

  • The Great Reform Bill
  • Catholic Emancipation Act
  • Four Ordinances
  • Combination Acts
  • Quadruple Alliance
which bill law in 1832 expanded the size of the english electorate1
Which bill (law in 1832) expanded the size of the English electorate?

91.

  • The Great Reform Bill
  • Catholic Emancipation Act
  • Four Ordinances
  • Combination Acts
  • Quadruple Alliance
slide33
What was the process used to indicate the entry of the workers into a wage economy and their gradual loss of control over the conduct of their own trades in the 19th century?

92.

  • industrialization
  • confection
  • condensation
  • proletarianization
  • migration
slide34
What was the process used to indicate the entry of the workers into a wage economy and their gradual loss of control over the conduct of their own trades in the 19th century?

92.

  • industrialization
  • confection
  • condensation
  • proletarianization
  • migration
slide35
______ was a classical economist who felt pessimistic about the working class, suggesting that their condition could not be improved. He wrote Essay on the Principle of Population.

93.

  • Harriet Martineau
  • Adam Smith
  • David Ricardo
  • Thomas Malthus
  • Jeremy Betham
slide36
______ was a classical economist who felt pessimistic about the working class, suggesting that their condition could not be improved. He wrote Essay on the Principle of Population.

93.

  • Harriet Martineau
  • Adam Smith
  • David Ricardo
  • Thomas Malthus
  • Jeremy Betham
which country was defeated in the crimean war 1853 1856
Which country was defeated in the Crimean War (1853-1856)?

94.

  • Great Britain
  • Russia
  • France
  • Italy
  • None of the above
which country was defeated in the crimean war 1853 18561
Which country was defeated in the Crimean War (1853-1856)?

94.

  • Great Britain
  • Russia
  • France
  • Italy
  • None of the above
which one of the secret republican societies founded in italy was the most famous but ineffective
Which one of the secret republican societies, founded in Italy, was the most famous, but ineffective?

95.

  • The Carbonari (“charcoal burners”)
  • Young Italy Society
  • Nationalist Society
  • Piedmontese Cabinet (1850)
  • Italia Irredenta
which one of the secret republican societies founded in italy was the most famous but ineffective1
Which one of the secret republican societies, founded in Italy, was the most famous, but ineffective?

95.

  • The Carbonari (“charcoal burners”)
  • Young Italy Society
  • Nationalist Society
  • Piedmontese Cabinet (1850)
  • Italia Irredenta
during the 1850s the major states continued to trade with each other through the tariff union
During the 1850s, the major states continued to trade with each other through the _______ (tariff union)

96.

  • burschenschaften
  • junkers
  • mestizos
  • juntas
  • zollverein
during the 1850s the major states continued to trade with each other through the tariff union1
During the 1850s, the major states continued to trade with each other through the _______ (tariff union)

96.

  • burschenschaften
  • junkers
  • mestizos
  • juntas
  • zollverein
the monarchists in the national assembly were divided in loyalty between what two groups
The monarchists in the National Assembly were divided in loyalty between what two groups?

97.

  • House of Burgundy and House of Brittany
  • Jacobins and Girondists
  • House of Bourbon and House of Orleans
  • House of Rose and House of York
  • None of the above
the monarchists in the national assembly were divided in loyalty between what two groups1
The monarchists in the National Assembly were divided in loyalty between what two groups?

97.

  • House of Burgundy and House of Brittany
  • Jacobins and Girondists
  • House of Bourbon and House of Orleans
  • House of Rose and House of York
  • None of the above
slide45
On December 22, 1894, who did a French military court find guilty of passing secret information to the German army?

98.

  • The French Catholic Church
  • Emile Zola
  • Captain Dreyfus
  • General Georges Boulanger
  • The Paris Commune
slide46
On December 22, 1894, who did a French military court find guilty of passing secret information to the German army?

98.

  • The French Catholic Church
  • Emile Zola
  • Captain Dreyfus
  • General Georges Boulanger
  • The Paris Commune
slide47
Which emperor established a bicameral imperial parliament, or Reichsrat by issuing the February Patent in 1861?

99.

  • Klemens von Metternich
  • Emperor Fernidad
  • Francis Palacky
  • Francis Joseph
  • Alexander II
slide48
Which emperor established a bicameral imperial parliament, or Reichsrat by issuing the February Patent in 1861?

99.

  • Klemens von Metternich
  • Emperor Ferdinand
  • Francis Palacky
  • Francis Joseph
  • Alexander II
what did alexander ii abolish after the conclusion of the crimean war in 1856
What did Alexander II abolish after the conclusion of the Crimean War in 1856?

100.

  • serfdom
  • zemstvos
  • taxes
  • organized religion
  • slavery
what did alexander ii abolish after the conclusion of the crimean war in 18561
What did Alexander II abolish after the conclusion of the Crimean War in 1856?

100.

  • serfdom
  • zemstvos
  • taxes
  • organized religion
  • slavery
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