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5 Matching questions

  1. Peninsulares
  2. Ems Dispatch
  3. Emperor Napoleon III
  4. Austro-Prussian War/Seven Weeks' War
  5. Risorgimento
  1. a nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte; formerly Louis-Napoleon made himself Emperor Napoleon III after winning presidential election; he was accepted with popular favor; France experienced real prosperity under his rule; public works, industrialization, answered social question
  2. b "Renewal, to be born" movement in Italy to recreate a strong, unified Italian nation-state
  3. c top of Spanish-American society: Spanish-born colonists; only ones who could hold office
  4. d (1866) Bismarck charges Austria with not recognizing rights of Holstein people; Austria declares war on Prussia and Bismarck defeats Austria with military power
    -Holstein- taken by Bismarck
    -Venetia- Cavour aided Bismarck and got Venetia
  5. e Bismarck intercepted the telegram from France politely refusing a Prussian King and manipulates it to sound insulting to the Prussians → France is angry at Bismarck, Prussia wants war with France

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the King of Piedmont-Sardinia; leader in unification movement of Italy
  2. priest in village of Dolores, believed in Enlightenment ideals: SEPTEMBER 16, 1810: Issued a call for rebellion against the Spanish known as the Grito de Dolores (cry of Dolores); leader of the mestizo/Indian rebellion
  3. nationalist working in Southern Italy; worked with Cavour on unification of Italy; stepped aside and let Victor Emmanuel Ii be king; his followers were Red Shirts
  4. forcing all ethnic groups in Russia to embrace all Russian language and culture to unite and strengthen nationalist bonds; this eventually backfired because people did not want to change their religion, language etc.
  5. series of revolts in which Congress of Vienna and Metternich were challenged for a constitutional, limited monarchy; Italy, France, and Belgium; (against Charles X)

5 True/False questions

  1. North German ConfederationPrussia organized conquered territories, at demise of Austro-dominated German Confederation


  2. RealpolitikBismarck's policy; "politics of reality" opposed to politics of idealism; seeks to do what is practical and possible rather than high-in-the-sky idealism; through war, sacrifice, and industrialization as opposed to idealistic, complete revolution


  3. Confederation of the Rhinethe loose confederation of German states along the Rhine River organized by Napoleon Bonaparte and put in his control; East-Central Germany, Southern Germany, and Switzerland


  4. Alexander IICzar of Russia; Nicholas' son; modernized/industrialized Russia; freed the serfs and worked on political liberalization and economic modernization; assassinated by radical anarchists; which halted further political liberation


  5. The Social Questionterm used to describe concern some had about what government leaders would do about industrial impact, such as social problems caused by industrial revolution like poverty, hunger, and pollution


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