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World History Spring Exam -- Chapter 24

World History Spring Exam -- Chapter 24

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In the first half of the 1800s, a political liberal was most likely to be
A middle-class merchant
The man installed by the radicals to lead a temporary French government was a leading French
The elected ruler of France who declared himself emperor was
By 1849, most of Europe was under the control of the
The Edict of Emancipation was issued by
Alexander II
The English poet Lord Byron fought in the war for the independence of
In early 19th century Europe, one political goal that liberals had was to
To give more power to elected parliaments
Which of the following people would most likely have been a radical in the 1800s?
A poor student who has read extensively about democracy
Which of the following was true about nationalism? (3)
One's greatest loyalty should not be to a king, one's greatest loyalty should be to a nation of people, the nation of people should have a common culture
Which country suffered the most lost territory as a result of the unification of Italy?
What city became the capital of the Kingdom of Italy after the conquest of the Papal States?
Who was behind the organization of a group known as Young Italy?
Giuseppi Mazzini
Which of the following was the leader of the Red Shirts?
Giuseppi Garibaldi
What was the title given to the ruler of the new unified German empire?
Nationalism was a force that (3)
Tore apart century-old empires, gave rise to the nation-state, was opposed by conservatives
In the 1860s, the expansion of the state of Prussia was achieved under the leadership of
Otto von Bismarck
During the mid-1800s, Count Camillo di Cavour expanded the Piedmont-Sardinia's power and also
Unified Italy
How were the unifications of Italy and Germany similar?
Both used military force to unify various territories
Despite its unification as a nation, Italy suffered from which of the following problems?
Tensions between the industrial north and the agricultural south
Which of the following is largely identified with the artistic movement known as romanticism?
The Gothic novel
Which of the following novels is considered an example of realism?
Little Dorrit
In the first practical process of making photographs, on what were photographs printed?
Which of the following was NOT a realist writer?
Victor Hugo
Which of the following descriptions is accurate for Goethe, Chopin, Coleridge, and Constable?
Which of the following is NOT properly matched with the artistic movement to which he or she contributed?
Emile Zola -- Romanticism
Which of the following was the pen name of a woman writer?
George Sand
Mary Shelley wrote
An early Gothic horror story about a monster created from corpses
One of the first European composers to experiment with romanticism in music was
Ludwig van Beethoven
Which of the following ideals was NOT a major component of romanticism?
The promotion of established ideas
In which of the following ways were the books Les Miserables and Frankenstein different? (Which is not true)
Both were written by British authors
During the 19th century, which of the following occured in Europe? (3)
Conflict between conservative and liberal movements, the resurgence of conservatives over liberals, the decline of established empires
Which of the following events was NOT strongly influenced by economic problems?
The declaration of war by France on Prussia
Which of the following political trends helped lead to the formation of the Second Reich?
Ruthless leadership
Which of the following statements would Otto von Bismarck probably NOT agree with?
A ruler should never violate the constitution of his or her country
In which of the following ways were France and Russia similar during the 1800s?
Both had policies that encouraged industrialization
Which of the following was probably NOT influenced by nationalism during the 1800s?
Groups accepting a long established form of government