5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Where, when, and why did nationalist riots break out against Dutch rule?
- Who were the only nation-states in Europe as of 1815?
- When was Alexander II assasinated and by who? What did it cause?
- By what year did Europe practically return to the conservatism that had controlled governments before 1848?
- Name all of th ethnic uprisings that occured in 1848
- a 1849; due to revolutionaries failing to unite themselves or their nations.
- b France, England, and Spain
- c In the Belgian city of Brussels in October 1830, due to the Belgian declaration of independence from the Ditch.
- d 1881 by terrorists; it caused political and social reforms to stop.
- e 1) After an unruly mob in Vienna clashed with police, Metternich resigned and liberal uprisings broke out throughout the Austrian empire. 2) In Budapest, Louis Kossuth, national leader, called for a parliament and self-government for Hungary. 3) Czech liberals demanded Bohemian independence in Prague.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Serfs were bound to the nobles whose land they worked.
- 1) People within a nation overcame their differences for a common good, 2) colonial rule was overthrown, 3) democratic governments were instituted in naitons throughout the world, 4) competition among nations spurred scientific and technological advances
- teachers, lawyers, business people.
- The Greeks
- Peasant communities - rather than individual peasants - received about half the farmland in the country; nobles kept the other half. The government paid the nobles for their land, but on the other hand, each peasant community had 49 years to pay the government for the land it had not recieved. So while legally the serfs were free the debt still tied them down to the land.
5 True/False Questions
What did Louis-Philippe long support in France? → After almost 18 years of rule he fell from favor, due to a Paris mob overturning the monarchy and creating a republic.
After the Crimean War, who decided to move Russia towards modernization and social change, and why? → 1) People within a nation overcame their differences for a common good, 2) colonial rule was overthrown, 3) democratic governments were instituted in naitons throughout the world, 4) competition among nations spurred scientific and technological advances
What is territory? → a certain territory that belongs to the ethnic group; its "land"
What is culture? Examples? → a shared way of life (like food, dress, behavior, and ideals)
Even though revolution was frowned upon during the time period, why did the Europeans support the Greeks? → 1821 (March 25 to be exact)