5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Who won the French presidential election in December 1848?
- Who was King Charles X of France replaced by in 1830 when he fled to Great Britain?
- What did King Charles X of France try to do in 1830, and what did it cause?
- What is religion (its relation to naitonalism)?
- Who took over after Alexander II was assasinated? What did he do?
- a A religion shared by all or most of the people
- b Alexander III; he tighened czarist control over the country, but he and his ministers also encouraged industrial development to expand Russia's power.
- c Louis-Napoleon, the nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte
- d He tried to stage a return to absolute monarchy, causing riots that forced Charles to flee to Great Britain.
- e Louis-Philippe
5 Multiple choice questions
- Russia's industries and transportation system failed to provide adequate supplies for the country's troops.
- Freeing them would anger the andowners, whose support the czars needed to stay in power.
- France, Great Britain, Sardinia, and the Ottoman Empire
- belief in common ethnic ancestry that may or may not come true
- the old monarchies and territorial divisions that had existed before the French Revolution.
5 True/False questions
Who were radicals and what did they believe? → Radicals were those that favored drastic change to extend democracy to all people. They believed that governments should practice the ideals of the French Revolution - liberty, quality, and brotherhood.
Even though revolution was frowned upon during the time period, why did the Europeans support the Greeks? → 1821 (March 25 to be exact)
What were the three political thinking styles of the first half of the 1800s in Europe? → Liberty, equality, and brotherhood
What is culture? Examples? → The region that included all or part of present day Greece, Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey, and the former Yugoslavia.
To create nationalistic music, what did composers use in their works? → folk melodies