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  1. Padre Miguel Hidalgo
  2. Austro-Prussian War/Seven Weeks' War
  3. Alexander II
  4. The Social Question
  5. Russification
  1. a (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
  2. b Czar 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
  3. c 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
  4. d term 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
  5. e 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 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. top of Spanish-American society: Spanish-born colonists; only ones who could hold office
  3. three major wars contributed to German unification under application of realpolitik
  4. "Renewal, to be born" movement in Italy to recreate a strong, unified Italian nation-state
  5. 1856- Czar Nicholas I threatened the Ottoman Empire for warm water port in Crimea; Russia lost against the united French, Great British, Sardinian, and Ottoman Empire forces; defeat brought change to Russia

5 True/False questions

  1. Austro-Prussian WarBismarck reasoned a war with France would rally the south; manipulates France by rewording the telegram of refusal from France to have a Prussian King to make it insulting
    -Wars of mid 1800's greatly strengthened Prussia, and by 1871, Britain and Germany were most powerful militarily and economically
    - Austria and Russia lagged far behind; France struggled somewhere in the middle


  2. MulattosEuropean and Indian mix


  3. KaiserGerman for "emperor" King Wilhelm I of Prussia was crowned Kaiser January 18, 1871 at Versailles; signifies formal establishment of Germany as an independent; humiliating to France


  4. Otto von Bismarckpeople's greatest loyalty should be to a nation of people with a common culture, religion, language, and historical experiences (nation pride) rather than to a king or an empire


  5. Lateran Treaty (1929)Popes remained in the Vatican until this; signed between Italian government and Papacy; recognized Italy's control of former lands of Papal States including Rome and established Vatican City as independent, autonomous nation-state within Rome/Italy itself