5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- In his "What Is to Be Done?", Vladimir Lenin did all of the following EXCEPT:
- With relation to labor unions, Napoleon III:
- In late-19th-century family life, which of the following is NOT true?
- In Paris, the Roman Catholic Church constructed the BLANK as penance for what it held as the origin of France's defeat in the Franco-Prussian War.
- During the last two decades of the 19th century, many Jews in Germany began experiencing the effects of:
- a praise accommodations made by groups such as the German SPD.
- b organized anti-Semitism.
- c Basilica of the Sacred Heart
- d Adultery by both men and women was tolerated.
- e allowed weak unions as his power was diminished.
5 Multiple choice questions
5 True/False questions
When bicycles were first invented, the ride was so rough that they were called → a divided effort with two main opposing factions.
Mass-made clothes in Germany were generally tailored: → wood.
The socialist movement in France was characterized by: → a divided effort with two main opposing factions.
___________was a wealthy Jewish man from London who was elected to Parliament several times but who failed to be seated because he would not take the Christian oath. → Lionel Rothschild
Whose steel production eclipsed that of Britain in 1893? → declined or stayed the same.