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10.23.T Quiz Review: Industrialization & Nationalism
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In the Industrial Revolution, which of the following did the nobility want to control by regulating business?
the growth of wealth among the middle class
Which of the following describes the Bessemer process?
adding air currents to the iron smelting process to produce steel
Which word best describes the attitude of the nobility toward the other classes before the Industrial Revolution?
Who led the field in the study of vaccines?
Which of the following was the ultimate point of the novel Frankenstein?
that man's unfettered ambition is dangerous
The change in industry sparked in which nation?
Who became very rich as a result of the free enterprise of the Industrial Revolution? [Choose all who apply.]
Who invented the steel plow?
Which one invention was a catalyst in the establishment of slave labor in the United States?
Which did the cotton gin do? [Choose all that apply.]
removed seeds from cotton fibers
allowed slave labor to become more entrenched
Which system of manufacturing dominated before the Age of Industry?
a domestic system
When was the Industrial Revolution?
Which were Williams Wordsworth known for depicting? [Choose all that apply.]
Which resources did England have that facilitated the Industrial Revolution? [Choose all that apply.]
Which invention allowed coal miners to gather more coal?
The Luddites were from _________________.
Which of the following did Dickens depict regarding the Industrial Revolution in his work A Christmas Carol? [Choose all that apply.]
the issues of poverty
concentration of wealth and the unhappiness that comes with it
Match each inventor to his or her invention.
Alexander Graham Bell
Alexander Graham Bell - telephone
Guglielmo Marconi - radio
Samuel Morse - electric telegraph
How was the working class of the Industrial Revolution different from other previous periods? [Choose all that apply.]
The poor were gathered in one place
The poor were no longer farmers on their own
On which of the following did people depend to have fertile harvests prior to and during the 18th century?
Which of the following is the meaning of laissez-faire?
The Age of Industry is considered to be a revolution because it brought changes where? [Choose all that apply.]
During the Industrial Revolution, why did factory workers resent their work?
They felt bound to their machines
Which of the following did Dickens' book Hard Times depict?
poor conditions of industrial factories
Why were canals so important during the Industrial Revolution? [Choose all that apply.]
They encouraged trade between continents or regions.
They helped connect larger bodies of water.
During the Industrial Revolution, which of the following inspired farmers to use their land more efficiently? [Choose all that apply.]
What role did women play in the Industrial Revolution? [select all that apply]
They worked toward reform.
They worked in the home.
Who invented the flying shuttle, which was used in the textile industry?
Which of the following were the results of higher agricultural productivity during the Industrial Revolution? [Choose all that apply.]
surpluses of products
increased international trade
What was the opinion of Bismarck on German exploration? [Select all that apply.]
Public sentiment forced his hand.
He did not agree with it.
Who believed that history involved conflict between action and reaction (thesis and antithesis)?
George William Friedrich Hegel
How did Australia begin as an English colony?
a prison colony
Which of the following were goals of the Congress of Vienna? [Select all that apply.]
to suppress nationalism and liberalism
to restore the balance of power
to create strong governments in former Napoleonic settlements
Which of the following is the nickname of Simon Bolivar?
Who rebelled against the British in Transvaal?
How much of the African continent was under European control by 1914?
Which of the following sparked revolution in France in 1848?
Where did Germany's empire reach by 1914? [Select all that apply.]
parts of the Pacific
Which of the following countries were established through the revolutions led by Simon Bolivar? [choose all that may apply]
What was the signed treaty, ending the Russo-Japanese War?
Treaty of Portsmouth
Who was a major thinker behind liberalism?
John Stuart Mill
Which of these Italian nationalists felt that diplomacy would unify Italy?
What did the Open Door policy ensure?
that trade with China would be open for all
Who was declared emperor of Germany in 1871?
Kaiser Wilhelm I
Which of the following best fits the definition for Pax Britannica? [Select all that apply.]
The sun never sets on the British Empire
a period of British control of the world
What were the punishments for France following the Congress of Vienna? [Select all that apply.]
the return of treasures Napoleon stole
the restoration of borders to those of 1789
reparations paid to allied troops
What did the British North America Act do in Canada?
made Canada a self-governing commonwealth
What did Europe desire in 1815?
bitterness, exhaustion, and disillusionment
peace, security, and stability
Which of the following best describes liberalism during the 19th century?
promotes the rights of individuals
Who negotiated the settlement of the end of the Russo-Japanese War?
Which of the following were the ultimate results of the revolution in France in 1848? [Select all that apply.]
People were executed for rebelling against the king.
The Second French Empire was established.
What was the result of the Philippine War? [Select all that apply.]
bloody struggle of counter-insurgency
prevented the division of the Philippines between other countries
What was the goal of the Quadruple Alliance?
safeguard the achievements of the Congress of Vienna
When did Britain gain India as a protectorate?
Why did the Mexican civilians rebel against the Spanish in 1810? [select all that apply]
attempt to gain independence from Spain
to show displeasure with Napoleon's choice of Spain's king
Who was the social butterfly of the Congress of Vienna?
Who promised the first written constitution in the German states?
King Frederic William IV of Prussia
Which of the following were musicians during this period? [choose all that may apply]
Which group within Austria expressed nationalistic fervor in the mid-19th century?
What was the policy towards New Zealand and Australia in the latter half of the 19th century?
move to self-rule and establish independent commonwealths
When was the Congress of Vienna called to order?
Which of the following was the result of the Frankfurt Assembly in 1848?
It was disbanded by William IV with no constitution.
What did the members of the Congress of Vienna hope to rebuild?
the Old Regime
Why did the United States seek colonies in the 19th century?
According to your readings, which of the following best describes nationalism?
ethnic groups think of themselves as free or independent
Which of the following was a Romantic? [choose all that may apply]
Which of the following were characteristics of the Romantic period? [choose all that may apply]
new forms of poetry and music
respect for authority
Which of the following did Charles X do in France that led to a revolution in 1830?
dissolved the legislature
Why is the year 1848 considered to be the year of revolutions?
More than 50 revolutions erupted in Europe that year.
Who was the first king of the Belgians?
How long did the peace of Europe established by the Congress of Vienna last?
Which of the following best describe Marshall Talleyrand? [Select all that apply.]
a supporter of Napoleon
a supporter of the restoration of the king
a supporter of the king of France
Which of the following countries was NOT represented at the Congress of Vienna?
Francis Joseph (Franz Joseph) became the leader of which country in 1867?
Who led German unification under the Prussian banner?
Otto von Bismarck
Which countries fought for control of Manchuria? [Select all that apply.]
The ripple effects of Napoleon's invasion of which countries impacted Latin America the most? [Select all that apply]
Which of the following fought wars with China to pick apart its land in the 19th century? [Select all that apply.]
Which of the following did Louis Napoleon Bonaparte do to stop revolutions in France?
widened the streets of Paris
Which of the following was Otto von Bismarck's policy to unite all of the German lands?
Blood and Iron
Which of the following were wars of German unification? [Select all that apply.]
Prussia v. Dutch
Prussia v. Austria
Prussia v. France
Before 1858, who was primarily in charge of India?
the East India Company
Which best defined the period following the Congress of Vienna? [choose all that may apply]
general appeal to emotionalism
Which of the following territories were won through the Spanish American War? [Select all that apply.]
What was the name given to the Chinese nationalists?
Which states are considered the "buffer states" created after the Congress of Vienna? [Select all that apply.]
Which of the following did the United States annex in 1898? [Select all that apply.]
When did revolutions begin in Latin America?
What were the goals for New Imperialism? [Select all that apply.]
cheap raw materials
What did the French Revolution spill into Europe? [Select all that apply.]
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