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5 Matching questions

  1. Modernization
  2. Alsace-Lorraine
  3. The Social Question
  4. Creoles
  5. United Provinces of Central America
  1. a Latin-American born people, had an inherently stronger desire for independence could not hold office but could be officers in army
  2. b 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
  3. c region that France and Prussia could lay claim to, mixed region
  4. d after central America declared its absolute independence from Mexico, it took this name, and included; Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and Costa Rica
  5. e focusing on modernizing the economy as well as politics; going from old to new Europe; time of progression/innovation

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (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
  2. the King of Piedmont-Sardinia; leader in unification movement of Italy
  3. Prussia organized conquered territories, at demise of Austro-dominated German Confederation
  4. chancellor/prime minister to Wilhelm I of Prussia; Junker; the father of German unification; led unification of Germany and believed in "realpolitik" he believed unification would be achieved " by blood and iron"
  5. European and Indian mix

5 True/False questions

  1. 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.


  2. Revolts of 1830series of revolts in which Congress of Vienna and Metternich were challenged for a constitutional, limited monarchy; Italy, France, and Belgium; (against Charles X)


  3. War with France(1858) Italy and France allied vs. Austria for Lombardy and Venetia→ got only Lombardy


  4. German Confederationmade in the Congress of Vienna; dominated by Austria (and Prussia); 39 German states that included parts of Prussia and was led mainly by Metternich until revolts of 1848 made Prussia the forerunner; much larger than Rhine, included Rhine and Prussia and Austrian Empire


  5. Padre Miguel Hidalgopriest 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


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