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HI 201 History Final Exam

dates for exam Mr. Zila from PCC
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1814-1815
Congress of Vienna
1823
United States announces Monroe Doctrine
1830
July Revolution brings Louis Philippe to French throne. Belgium declares independence from Holland
1848
Karl Marx publishes Communist Manifesto. June Days brings Louis Napoleon to French throne. French Second Republic established
1870-1871
Franco-Prussian War
1903
Henry Ford organizes Ford Motor Company. Wright Brothers make first successful airplane flight
1912
Titanic sinks off Newfoundland coast
1914
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1917
U.S. entry into World War 2
1918
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1919
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1825
Russia becomes the largest country in the world
1848
Marx and Engels issue The Communist Manifesto
1917
February Revolution. Provisional Government established. Nicholas the 2nd abdicates. Bolshevik Revolution. Vladimir Lenin establishes Communist dictatorship in Russia
1922
Lenin creates Soviet Union
1928
Stalin introduces first Five-Year Plan
1909-1915
The Fundamentals are published
1913
Federal Reserves System is established. Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring first performed in Paris
1928
Paris Peace Pact
1929
The U.S. stock market crashes. The Great Depression begins
1933
The "New Deal" begins in America. Humanist Manifesto is published
1939
Nazi-Soviet Pact is signed
June 1941
Germany invades the Soviet Union
August 1941
Great Britain and U.S. issue the Atlantic Charter
December 1941
Japan attacks U.S. Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor. The U.S. enters World War 2
June 1942
U.S. navy defeats Japanese at the Battle of Midway
June 1944
Allies capture Rome. Allies invade Normandy
May 1945
Germany surrenders to the Allies (V-E Day)
August 1945
U.S. forces land at Okinawa
September 1945
Japan surrenders to Allies (V-J Day)
1947
Truman Doctrine issued/Marshall Plan aids postwar Europe
1959
Cuba fails to Communism
1965
Mao launches Cultural Revolution in China
1969
Americans land on the moon
1980
Ronald Reagan elected president of United States. Solidarity resists Communist tyranny in Poland
1991
Soviet Union collapses
1989
George H. W. Bush succeeds Ronald Reagan as U.S. president
2000
George W. Bush elected president
2001
Attack on America/War on Terror begins
2008
Barack Obama is elected U.S. president
1688
Glorious Revolution in England
1730
Great Awakening in America
1789
Beginning of the French Revolution
1793
Eli Whitney invents the cotton gin
1848
Karl Marx publishes Communist Manifesto. June Days brings Louis Napoleon to French throne. French Second Republic established
1859
Charles Darwin publishes the Origin of Species
1884
Fabian society formed
1903
Henry Ford organizes Ford Motor Company. Wright Brothers make first successful airplane flight
June 28, 1914
Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and his wife of Austria by Serbian anarchists
June 28, 1919
Treaty of Versailles signed