5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Which of the following was NOT part of the program put forth in Russia by modernizer Count Sergei Witte?
- After 1910, population growth in Europe:
- Mass-made clothes in Germany were generally tailored:
- Who did Napoleon III appoint to redesign Paris, with a partial goal of widening the streets to make for an easier response to insurrections?
- ___________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.
- a declined or stayed the same.
- b Lionel Rothschild
- c An end to protective tariffs
- d at home by independent workers.
- e Baron Georges Haussmann
5 Multiple choice questions
- Union of German Women's Organizations
- The Bloody Sunday shootings
- danger to social stability.
- organized anti-Semitism.
5 True/False questions
The International Working Men's Association, known as the First International,: → was short-lived but had a profound impact on socialist efforts in Europe.
What was a contributory factor to the migration of Europeans? → declined or stayed the same.
With relation to labor unions, Napoleon III: → allowed weak unions as his power was diminished.
The participation by socialists in the French cabinet was called ___________. → opportunism
The name given to the practice by Russian police and right-wing groups of conducting riots against the Jews was: → A large expansion in the variety of available jobs