Otto von Bismarck's political philosophy
A person who wants to abolish all government
Elected local assemblies in Russia
An organized massacre of helpless people
People who flee their homeland for safety in another place
Prussian leader who engineered German unity
Otto von Bismarck
German ruler whose foreign policy was aimed at acquiring an overseas empire
Italian nationalist who helped to unify Italy
The emperor of Austria and king of Hungary
Russian czar who freed the serfs
Otto von Bismarck was responsible for the
unification of Germany.
Which of the following was a result of the Franco-Prussian War?
Prussia defeated France.
Which of the following contributed to Germany's growth as an industrial power under Bismarck?
substantial iron and coal reserves
The Kulturkampf refers to Bismarck's attempt to
weaken the influence of the Catholic Church.
William II of Germany pursued a foreign policy aimed at
winning overseas colonies for Germany.
Which of the following made Italy hard to unite into a single country?
A major threat to the Hapsburg empire came from
The revolution of 1905 broke out as a result of
the killing of demonstrators on Bloody Sunday.
Which of the following happened LAST?
Prussia defeated France.
How did the German government encourage economic development?
It protected its industries from foreign competition.
Under Bismarck, Germany took a pioneering role in
social and economic reform.
Nationalism posed the biggest threat to which of the following?
the Austrian empire
Which of the following contributed most to the growth of nationalist movements in the Balkans in the mid-1800s?
the decline of the Ottoman empire
The revolution of 1905 led to
minor changes in Russia.
Relationship in which a less-developed nations' trade is controlled by a developed nation
law that created the Dominion of Canada
Britisih North America Act
local strongmen in Latin American nations
document that closed the Americas to European colonization
loyalty to a local area
powerful banking and industrial families in Japan
place to send people convicted of crimes
"There is only one master in the Reich, and that is I."
"Germany must be unified at any price."
Otto von Bismarck
"It is better to abolish serfdom from above than to wait until it is abolished from below."
"Government should not exist."
"I am emperor of Austria, and the king of Hungary."
"We will expel the Austrians from Italy."
"Follow me, you glorious Red Shirts, and together we will create an Italian republic."
"We fled from our village when a mob attacked and tried to kill us."
European empire in Southeast Asia consisting of Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia
Pacific island that became a triple protectorate of the United States, Britain, and Germany
Country that gained independence as a result of the Spanish-American War
Nation called the Hermit Kingdom, which came under Japanese rule in 1905
Rugged interior of Australia where settlers established sheep ranches and wheat farms
Japan became an imperialist power by gaining control of
As a result of the British North America Act, Canada became
a self-governing nation
Which of the following parts of Southeast Asia came under French rule in the 1800s?
To western imperial powers, modernization meant that subject people should
accept western culture.
Which of the following results followed Perry's expedition to Japan in 1853?
Japan opened its ports to American trade.
Movement that demanded universal male suffrage in Britain
Local self-government in Ireland
An alliance of olitical parties
Legal separation of races
Limited involvement in world affairs
Leader of the Conservative party and prime minister in Britain who fought for social reforms
British suffragist who supported the use of violene
Leader of the Liberal party and prime minister in Britain who pushed for reforms in Ireland
French army officer unjustly convicted of spying
Former slave who spoke out against slavery
Members of a socialist organization that worked for social reform
Founder of modern Zionism
Ruler of the Second Empire
Irish nationalist leader
Charles Stewart Parnell
Which of the following groups held the most power in Parliament in the early 1800s?
wealthy, landowning nobles
During the 1800s, the Liberal and Conservative parties in Britain both worked to
extend the right to vote to more people
Social reforms passed in Britain in the late 1800s helped which of the following groups most?
The aim of Napoleion III's foreign policy was to
reestablish the French as a European power.
Which of the following was true of the Third Republic's government?
The voter-elected Chamber of Deputies had great power.
In 1920, the Nineteenth Amendment gave
women the right to vote.
In the early 1800s, Parliament represented primarily the interests of
The Reform Bill of 1867 granted suffrage to
Which of the following would have most likely supported the Corn Law in Britain?
Napoleon III appealed to the lower classes mainly because he
promised to end poverty.
Which of the following was an affect of the Dreyfus affair?
demands for a Jewish state
Before the Civil War, one of the major issues between the North and the South was
the extension of slavery into new states.