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5 Matching questions

  1. Austro-Prussian war vs. Denmark
  2. Gran Columbia
  3. Alsace-Lorraine
  4. War with France
  5. Papal States
  1. a region that France and Prussia could lay claim to, mixed region
  2. b (1864) Bismarck approached Austria about these provinces populated by Germans but controlled by Denmark; convinced Austria to join him in attacking Denmark for the two states (succeed); Schleswig-> Prussia, Holstein -> Austria
  3. c (1858) Italy and France allied vs. Austria for Lombardy and Venetia→ got only Lombardy
  4. d After battle of Ayacucho, future countries of Venezuela, Colombia, and Ecuador were united into a country called Gran Colombia
  5. e last territory controlled by RCC; taken by nationalists in Italy; Italy vs. Papal states → Italy got Rome; pope was angry and so imposed self captivity in the Vatican

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (the Liberator) brilliant Creole general; helped to free Venezuela and Colombia; went into exile twice; Bolivar's volunteer revolutionary army suffered defeats
  2. Bismarck's policy; "politics of reality" opposed to politics of idealism; seeks to do what is practical and possible rather than high-in-the-sky idealism; through war, sacrifice, and industrialization as opposed to idealistic, complete revolution
  3. African and European mix
  4. after central America declared its absolute independence from Mexico, it took this name, and included; Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and Costa Rica
  5. Bismarck intercepted the telegram from France politely refusing a Prussian King and manipulates it to sound insulting to the Prussians

5 True/False questions

  1. Nationalismliterature and visual arts tried to show life as it was, not as it should be; realist painting reflected the increasing political importance of the working class in the 1850's; novels also proved suitable to describe workers' suffering

          

  2. Kaiserliterature and visual arts tried to show life as it was, not as it should be; realist painting reflected the increasing political importance of the working class in the 1850's; novels also proved suitable to describe workers' suffering

          

  3. José de San Martingreat liberator Creole from Argentina; 1817: San Martin led an army across Andes to Chile and was joined by Bernardo O'Higgins, and finally freed Chile; left his forces to Bolivar to command after reaching Lima, Peru, thus uniting revolutionary forces.

          

  4. Risorgimentoforcing 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. Modernizationforcing 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.