5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is culture? Examples?
- What did the liberals in Germany want to do?
- In what war did Czar Nicholas I threaten to take over part of the Ottoman Empire in 1853?
- To create nationalistic music, what did composers use in their works?
- Why did Alexander II's abolition of serfdom only go halfway?
- a Gather the many different German states into a single nation-state.
- b folk melodies
- c 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.
- d a shared way of life (like food, dress, behavior, and ideals)
- e The Crimean War
5 Multiple choice questions
- Richard Wagner with his operas and cycle of four musical dramas called (italicized) Der Ring des Nibelungen.
- 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.
- different dialects of one language; one dialect becomes "national language"
- 1849; due to revolutionaries failing to unite themselves or their nations.
- Britain, France, and Russia signed a treaty guaranteeing an independent kingdom of Greece.
5 True/False questions
Who was King Charles X of France replaced by in 1830 when he fled to Great Britain? → Louis-Philippe
What were the terms of Russia's feudal system (still enforced in the 1800s)? → Serfs were bound to the nobles whose land they worked.
Who were the only nation-states in Europe as of 1815? → France, England, and Spain
What is religion (its relation to naitonalism)? → 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 was the combined force that defeated Russia in the Crimean War in 1856? → radical demand for democratic government