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  1. GermanStates Latin America Austria-Hungary Politics Russia Italy $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 Final Jeopardy

  2. Politics - $100 This terms refers to a person who wants drastic, immediate change. What is Radical? Back to Board

  3. Politics - $200 This term refers to a person who wanted constitutions to be created and freedoms extended to include press, speech, etc. Who is a liberal? Back to Board

  4. Politics - $300 This term refers to an individual who would prefer to keep the status quo and not experience any change. What is a conservative? Back to Board

  5. Politics - $400 This term means self-rule. What is autonomy? Back to Board

  6. Politics - $500 Tsar Alexander III was referred to as this type of ruler because he responded immediately to the challenges of governing. What is a reactionary? Back to Board

  7. German States - $100 This German state was considered the most powerful and it led the way to unification. What is Prussia? Back to Board

  8. German States - $200 This man was the first kaiser of unified Germany. Who was Wilhelm I (William I)? Back to Board

  9. German States - $300 This was a deliberate attempt to free the German people from the control of the Catholic Church. What is Kulturkampf? Back to Board

  10. German States - $400 This was the first step toward unification, the creation of an economic union free of trade barriers between the German states. What is the Zollverein? Back to Board

  11. German States - $500 This man said, “The great questions of the time will not be resolved by speeches and majority decisions—that was the great mistake of 1848 and 1849—but by iron and blood.” Who was Otto von Bismarck? Back to Board

  12. Italy - $100 The Congress of Vienna returned control o of the various Italian city-states to different European powers. This country held the most territory and had the most control in Italy. What is Austria? Back to Board

  13. Italy - $200 He became the first king of a unified Italy in 1871. Who was King Victor Emmanuel II? Back to Board

  14. Italy - $300 DAILY DOUBLE!!!

  15. Italy - $400 This man led the Red Shirts in the campaign that unified Italy. Who was Giuseppe Garibaldi? Back to Board

  16. Italy - $500 This country promised to aid the revolutionaries in Italy who were fighting Austria by sending supplies, troops, etc. What is France? Back to Board

  17. Latin America - $100 This man was nicknamed the “Black Napoleon” for his military skills. Who was Toussaint L’Ouverture? Back to Board

  18. Latin America - $200 Spanish colonies saw their opportunity to rebel against Spanish rule when this man invaded Spain in 1808. Who was Napoleon Bonaparte? Back to Board

  19. Latin America - $300 This man gave a famous speech, known as “El Grito de Dolores” to encourage the mestizos and indigenous people of Mexico to rebel against Spain. Who was Miguel Hidalgo? Back to Board

  20. Latin America - $400 This revolutionary leader was in charge of the “Army of the Andes” and successfully liberated Peru, Chile as well as Argentina. Who was Jose de San Martin? Back to Board

  21. Latin America - $500 Simon Bolivar was the President of this short lived South American country. What is Gran Colombia? Back to Board

  22. Austria – Hungary - $100 This ruling family was responsible for governing the empire and held the crown in both countries. Who were the Hapsburgs? Back to Board

  23. Austria – Hungary - $200 Although Austria & Hungary shared an emperor, each had its own parliament & its own prime minister. This form of government was known as this. What is a dual monarchy? Back to Board

  24. Austria – Hungary - $300 Many of the Balkan territories controlled by Austria had once been part of this Empire that had begun to decline in the 1600s. What is the Ottoman Empire? Back to Board

  25. Austria – Hungary - $400 This man was the Emperor of Austria-Hungary. Who was Franz Josef? Back to Board

  26. Austria – Hungary - $500 The “powder keg of the Balkans” refers to the volatility of the country due to the almost 15 different ethnic groups that were part of the empire. This event caused the “spark” that set off the “powder keg”. What is the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand? Back to Board

  27. Russia - $100 This tsar was responsible for freeing the serfs in a declaration he made in 1861. Who was Alexander II? Back to Board

  28. Russia - $200 One of the reforms made by Alexander II was to allow local governments to make laws, build schools, etc. These local governments were known as this. What is a zemstov? Back to Board

  29. Russia - $300 Under Alexander III, Russian Jews were subject to anti-Semitic attacks known as this. What are pogroms? Back to Board

  30. Russia - $400 Nicholas II was forced to allow the Russian revolutionaries to create a legislature. This legislature was known as this. What is the duma? Back to Board

  31. Russia - $500 This quote describes the leader of Russia. “After a performance of the ballet 'Tsar Kandavl' at the Mariinsky Theatre, I first caught sight of the Emperor. I was struck by the size of the man, and although cumbersome and heavy, he was still a mighty figure. There was indeed something of the muzhik[Russian peasant] about him.” . Who is Alexander III? Back to Board

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  33. Italy – Daily Double ? When this man was appointed as Prime Minister of Piedmont in 1852, his primary goal was unification. He died 3 months after the Italian kingdom was completed. Who was Count Cavour? Back to Board

  34. People – Final Jeopardy The following quote was made by this man “…the house of Habsburg-Lorraine, perjured in the sight of God and man, had forfeited the Hungarian throne…” Who was Louis Kossuth?