5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- In his "What Is to Be Done?", Vladimir Lenin did all of the following EXCEPT:
- The first bicycles were made of:
- In Great Britain BLANK led the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies.
- ___________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.
- Which of the following was NOT part of the program put forth in Russia by modernizer Count Sergei Witte?
- a Millicent Fawcett
- b Lionel Rothschild
- c praise accommodations made by groups such as the German SPD.
- d An end to protective tariffs
- e wood.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Krupp Family
- declined or stayed the same.
- organized anti-Semitism.
- Great Britain.
5 True/False questions
What British engineer discovered the process of manufacturing steel cheaply in big quantities? → Henry Bessemer
In late-19th-century family life, which of the following is NOT true? → Adultery by both men and women was tolerated.
Starting around midcentury, urban planners devised cities that were dominated by: → the development of new industries on the Continent.
The petite bourgeoisie was made up of: → white-collar workers.
What labor-related term was coined in the latter half of the 19th century? → Unemployment