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World history and geography chapter 19
Militarism
Nationalism
Propaganda
J. Edgar Hoover
Glorification of military
Devotion to ones nation
False information
Head of the federal beurou investigation
Militarism
Glorification of military
Nationalism
Devotion to ones nation
20 terms
Chapter 19 World History and Geography
Ghazi
Isfahan
Timur the Lame
Janissary
Warrior of Islam
Shah Abbas rebuilt this city
Religious warrior, conquered Russia
Soldier in the elite guard if the Ottoman Turks
Ghazi
Warrior of Islam
Isfahan
Shah Abbas rebuilt this city
20 terms
World Geography Chapter 19
Olduvai Gorge
Aksum
Berlin Conference
cash crop
a site of fossil beds in northern Tanzania, containing the mo…
an important trading capital from the first to the eighth cen…
a conference of 14 European nations held in 1884-1885 in Berl…
a crop grown for direct sale, and not for use in the region s…
Olduvai Gorge
a site of fossil beds in northern Tanzania, containing the mo…
Aksum
an important trading capital from the first to the eighth cen…
8 terms
Glencoe World Geography, Chapter 19
arable
commodities
petrochemical
gross domestic product
suitable for farming
economic goods
the chemical product derived from petroleum or natural gas
the value of goods and services created withina country in a…
arable
suitable for farming
commodities
economic goods
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Hogan World Geography chapter 19
Arable
Commodity
Petrochemical
Gross domestic product (GDP)
Suitable for growing crops
something useful that can be used for financial advantage; a…
a chemical made or derived from petroleum or natural gas
The sum total of the value of all the goods and services prod…
Arable
Suitable for growing crops
Commodity
something useful that can be used for financial advantage; a…
20 terms
World History Chapter 19
Exploration Reason #1
Exploration Reason #2
Exploration Reason #3
Portugal - Prince Henry
God - spread religion
Glory - Fame and glory for yourself
Gold - Get rich or die tryin.
Creates sailing school
Exploration Reason #1
God - spread religion
Exploration Reason #2
Glory - Fame and glory for yourself
20 terms
Discovering World Geography Chapter 19: North Africa
Delta
Silt
Wadi
Erg
Area formed by soil deposits at the mouth of a river.
A fine rich soil good for farming.
a dry desert river bed.
Vast stretches of sand.
Delta
Area formed by soil deposits at the mouth of a river.
Silt
A fine rich soil good for farming.
31 terms
World Geography Chapter 19
Moravia
Velvet
Danube
Magglers
Czech republic's right
Type of revolution and divorce that split the Czechoslovakia up
Hungary-splitting river
Ancestors of the Hungarians
Moravia
Czech republic's right
Velvet
Type of revolution and divorce that split the Czechoslovakia up
48 terms
World Geography Chapter 19 and 20
Mesopotamia
Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, UAE, Yemen
Oil and water
Qu'ran
"Between the rivers", a wide plain that lies between the Tigr…
Sven small countries of Saudi Arabia
Influential natural resources
The holy book of Islam
Mesopotamia
"Between the rivers", a wide plain that lies between the Tigr…
Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, UAE, Yemen
Sven small countries of Saudi Arabia
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World Geography- Chapter 19
national identity
ghetto
privatization
collective farm
A people's sense of what makes them a nation.
A section of a city in which a particular minority group is f…
The process of selling government- owned industries and busin…
A government- owned farm managed by workers who share the pro…
national identity
A people's sense of what makes them a nation.
ghetto
A section of a city in which a particular minority group is f…
29 terms
World History-Chapter 19
Portugal
Caravel
Korea
China
Leader in developing and applying 15th century sailing innova…
Able to sail against the wind
Vassal state for China in 1700s during the Qing Dynasty
Trade policy in 1500 was only the government was allowed trad…
Portugal
Leader in developing and applying 15th century sailing innova…
Caravel
Able to sail against the wind
104 terms
World History Geography Exam
Canada
U.S.A.
Greenland
Mexico
Canada
U.S.A.
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Chapter 19 World Geography
Election Fraud
Repressive
Silk Road
Irrigate
This happens when one group controls the results in an electi…
A government that strictly controls its citizens and is oppos…
This is a series of Trade Routes That crossed central Asia an…
To bring water to farmers crops in Central Asia's dry desert…
Election Fraud
This happens when one group controls the results in an electi…
Repressive
A government that strictly controls its citizens and is oppos…
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Chapter 19 World Geography
Olduvai Gorge:
AKSUM
BERLIN CONFERENCE
CASH CROP
a site of fossil beds in northern Tanzania, contain if the mo…
an important trading capital from the first to the eighth cen…
a conference of 14 European nations held in 1884-1885 in Berl…
a crop grown for direct sale, and not for use in a region, su…
Olduvai Gorge:
a site of fossil beds in northern Tanzania, contain if the mo…
AKSUM
an important trading capital from the first to the eighth cen…
23 terms
world geography chapter 19
formally add
site of 1986 nuclear disaster
noted for their tourist resorts
95 out of 100 people in Poland are thi…
annex
chernobyl
black sea
roman catholic
formally add
annex
site of 1986 nuclear disaster
chernobyl
25 terms
World History & Geography Chapter 18-19 Vocabulary
Heretic
armada
inflation
Devine right of kings
one who does not conform to established doctrine
a fleet of warships
a rapid increase in prices
the belief that the king gets his power from God and not from…
Heretic
one who does not conform to established doctrine
armada
a fleet of warships
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World Geography Chapter 19 and 20
Mesopotamia
Oil and water
Qu'ran
Sunni
"Between the rivers", a wide plain that lies between the Tigr…
Influential natural resources
The holy book of Islam
Type of Islam that chooses their own imans, make up about 90%…
Mesopotamia
"Between the rivers", a wide plain that lies between the Tigr…
Oil and water
Influential natural resources
20 terms
World Geography Chapter 19
Olduvai Gorge
Aksum
Berlin Conference
Cash Crop
Site of fossil beds in Northern Tanzania.
An important trading capital from first to eight centuries in…
Conference of 14 European nations that established the politi…
A crop grown for direct sale and not for use in that region f…
Olduvai Gorge
Site of fossil beds in Northern Tanzania.
Aksum
An important trading capital from first to eight centuries in…
20 terms
World Geography Chapter 19
Olduvai Gorge
Aksum
Berlin Conference
cash crop
a site of fossil beds in northern Tanzania, containing the mo…
an important trading capital from the first to the eighth cen…
a conference of 14 European nations held in 1884-1885 in Berl…
a crop grown for direct sale, and not for use in the region s…
Olduvai Gorge
a site of fossil beds in northern Tanzania, containing the mo…
Aksum
an important trading capital from the first to the eighth cen…
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World Geography Chapter 19.1 and 19.2
1. Where (in Africa) was the "birthpla…
2. Describe population growth in Africa.
3. How many countries are there in Afr…
4. What is the longest river in the wo…
The Great Rift Valley
Africa is growing faster than any other continent in terms of…
50 countries
The Nile River. It's 4,160 miles and 2 feet long located in A…
1. Where (in Africa) was the "birthpla…
The Great Rift Valley
2. Describe population growth in Africa.
Africa is growing faster than any other continent in terms of…
25 terms
World Geography chapter 19
landlocked
Pamirs
Lake Balkhash
Kara-Kum, Kyzyl Kum
completely surrounded by land, no direct access to ocean
a large glacier in Tajikistan
a lake that has freshwater at one end and salty at the other
deserts in Uzbekistan & Kazakhstan
landlocked
completely surrounded by land, no direct access to ocean
Pamirs
a large glacier in Tajikistan
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World History Chapter 19
John Kay
Henry Bessemer
Gottlieb Daimler
Eli Whitney
invented the flying shuttle
developed a steel-making process
perfected the internal combustion engine
invented the cotton gin
John Kay
invented the flying shuttle
Henry Bessemer
developed a steel-making process
20 terms
Chapter 19 World Geography (Newman, Busch, Jackson)
Olduvai Gorge
Aksum
Berlin Conference
Cash Crop
A site of fossil beds in northern Tanzania, containing the mo…
An important trading capital from the first to the eighth cen…
A conference of 14 European nations held in 1884-1885 in Berl…
A crop grown for the direct sale, and not for use in a region…
Olduvai Gorge
A site of fossil beds in northern Tanzania, containing the mo…
Aksum
An important trading capital from the first to the eighth cen…
10 terms
World Geography Chapter 19
Exotic Rivers
Oasis
Dynasty
Imams
Rivers that begin in humid regions and then flow across dry a…
A place where a spring bubbles to the surface in desert areas…
Line of hereditary rulers.
Muslim religious leaders.
Exotic Rivers
Rivers that begin in humid regions and then flow across dry a…
Oasis
A place where a spring bubbles to the surface in desert areas…
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World Geography Chapter 19
National Identity
Ghettos
Holocaust
Velvet Revolution
Sense of what characteristics make them a nation
Area of a city where a minority is forced to live
Fire that burns down something completely
Revolution without bloodshed
National Identity
Sense of what characteristics make them a nation
Ghettos
Area of a city where a minority is forced to live
16 terms
World geography chapter 19
Olduvai Gorge
Aksum
Berlin conference
Cash crop
Place in Tanzania where fossils show human occupation dating…
An important civilization that once existed in the area of pr…
Meeting of Europeans to divide up Africa
Crops grown for direct sale
Olduvai Gorge
Place in Tanzania where fossils show human occupation dating…
Aksum
An important civilization that once existed in the area of pr…
10 terms
World Geography Chapter 19
Exotic Rivers
Oasis
Dynasty
Sunni
Rivers that begin in humid areas and then flow across dry are…
A place where a spring bubbles to the surface.
Line of hereditary rulers.
Choose their imams, who serve mainly as leaders of prayer.
Exotic Rivers
Rivers that begin in humid areas and then flow across dry are…
Oasis
A place where a spring bubbles to the surface.
20 terms
Chapter 19 World Geography
Olduvai Gorge
Aksum
Berlin Conference
Cash Crop
A site of fossil beds in northern Tanzania, containing the mo…
An important trading capital from tge first to the eigth cent…
A conference of 14 European nations held in 1884-1885 in Berl…
Crops grown for direct sale
Olduvai Gorge
A site of fossil beds in northern Tanzania, containing the mo…
Aksum
An important trading capital from tge first to the eigth cent…
20 terms
chapter 19 world geography
olduvali georgia
aksum
berlin conference
cash crops
site of fossil beds in northern tanzania
important trading capital for the first and 8th century
conference of 14 european nations held from 1884-1885
a crop grown for direct sale and not for use in a region
olduvali georgia
site of fossil beds in northern tanzania
aksum
important trading capital for the first and 8th century
20 terms
world geography chapter 19
Olduval Gorge
Aksum
Berlin Conference
Cash crop
a site of fossil beds in north Tanzania, containing the most…
an important trading capital from the first to the eighth cen…
a conference of 14 European nations held in 1884-1885 in berl…
a crop grown for direct sale, and not for use in a region, su…
Olduval Gorge
a site of fossil beds in north Tanzania, containing the most…
Aksum
an important trading capital from the first to the eighth cen…
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Chapter 19 World Geography
Olduvai Gorge
Aksum
Berlin Conference
cash crop
Prehistoric site in Tanzania containing most the information…
a civilization along the Red Sea and Indian Ocean, today know…
A meeting from 1884-1885 at which representatives of European…
a readily salable crop that is grown and gathered for the mar…
Olduvai Gorge
Prehistoric site in Tanzania containing most the information…
Aksum
a civilization along the Red Sea and Indian Ocean, today know…
20 terms
Chapter 19 World Geography
Olduval Gorge
Aksum
Berlin Conference
cash crop
sight in northern tanzabia contains the longest consistent hu…
A kingdom along the Red Sea today known as Ethiopia and Eritr…
A meeting from 1884-1885 at which representatives of European…
a readily salable crop that is grown and gathered for the mar…
Olduval Gorge
sight in northern tanzabia contains the longest consistent hu…
Aksum
A kingdom along the Red Sea today known as Ethiopia and Eritr…
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World Geography Chapter 19
Landlocked
Steppe
Irrigate
Overgrazing
Cut off from direct contact with any ocean
Mostly flat grasslands
To supply water to crops
Grazing so much that plants are killed
Landlocked
Cut off from direct contact with any ocean
Steppe
Mostly flat grasslands
World Geography Chapter 19
Olduvai Gorge
Aksum
Berlin Conference
Cash Crops
a site of fossil beds in northern Tanzania, containing the mo…
an important trading capital from the first to the eighth cen…
a conference of 14 European nations held in 1884- 1885 in Ber…
a crop grown for direct sale, and not for use in a region, su…
Olduvai Gorge
a site of fossil beds in northern Tanzania, containing the mo…
Aksum
an important trading capital from the first to the eighth cen…
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Chapter 19 - WORLD GEOGRAPHY -
Pacifism
Trade Imbalance
Reparations
Haiku
one of the great lords who were vassals of the shogun.
the dominant social system in medieval Europe, in which the n…
a hereditary commander-in-chief in feudal Japan.
More importantly, the traditional samurai code of honor, disc…
Pacifism
one of the great lords who were vassals of the shogun.
Trade Imbalance
the dominant social system in medieval Europe, in which the n…
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World Geography ~ Chapter 19
Olduvai Gorge
Aksum
Berlin Conference
Cash crop
a site of fossil beds in northern Tanzania, containing the mo…
an important trading capital from the first to eighth centuri…
a conference of 14 European Marion's held in 1884 - 1885 in B…
a crop grown for direct sale, and not for use in a region, su…
Olduvai Gorge
a site of fossil beds in northern Tanzania, containing the mo…
Aksum
an important trading capital from the first to eighth centuri…
World Geography chapter 19
T. And F. ... 80% of Africas land is betw…
T. And F.... The Seychelles are made up o…
T. And F.... Lake Malawi is the largest l…
T. And F. ... The term Sudan originally r…
True
False
...
...
T. And F. ... 80% of Africas land is betw…
True
T. And F.... The Seychelles are made up o…
False
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World Geography Chapter 19 Vocabulary
National Identity
Ghettos
Holocaust
Velvet Revolution
Sense of what characteristics make a nation
An area of a city where a minority is forced to live
The destruction of human life
A revolution without bloodshed
National Identity
Sense of what characteristics make a nation
Ghettos
An area of a city where a minority is forced to live
19 terms
World Geography chapter 19
Which physical characteristics of Pola…
Which physical characteristics of Pola…
How did WWII change the ethnic diversi…
What changes in the 1990s helped to im…
Poland sits on the North European Plain, which used to be cov…
The Carpathian Mountains house many minerals (copper, coal an…
Before WWII, Poland was a multiethnic nation, but the Nazis c…
in the 1980's a man named Lech Walesa led a strike for econom…
Which physical characteristics of Pola…
Poland sits on the North European Plain, which used to be cov…
Which physical characteristics of Pola…
The Carpathian Mountains house many minerals (copper, coal an…
30 terms
Chapter 19 World Geography
False
True
False
False
The Tian Shan is a river in Kazakhstan (True or False)
Sturgeon fishing has long been an important industry in the C…
On the steppes of Central Asia, the most important crop grown…
The Kara-Kum is a forest that covers most of Turkmenistan (Tr…
False
The Tian Shan is a river in Kazakhstan (True or False)
True
Sturgeon fishing has long been an important industry in the C…
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World Geography Chapter 19 and 20 #3
Kurds
Bedouin
Ayatollah
Pig
Ethnic Group in Iraq, Syria, and Iran that has never owned th…
A nomadic group of herders in SW Asia
Political and religious leader in Iran (Leader of the highest…
Animal that is forbidden to eat under both Islamic and Jewish…
Kurds
Ethnic Group in Iraq, Syria, and Iran that has never owned th…
Bedouin
A nomadic group of herders in SW Asia
37 terms
World History: Chapter 19
The capital of this country was Edo an…
The biggest rivals of the Dutch.
Another name for the "spice islands."
Another name for the Dutch Republic.
Japan
English
Moluccas
Netherlands
The capital of this country was Edo an…
Japan
The biggest rivals of the Dutch.
English
11 terms
World History Geography Vocabulary
equator
prime meridian
latitude lines
longitude lines
the latitude line around the middle of the Earth... 0 Latitude
the longitude line around the middle of the Earth (0 degrees…
lines that run east to west on the globe
lines that run north to south on the globe
equator
the latitude line around the middle of the Earth... 0 Latitude
prime meridian
the longitude line around the middle of the Earth (0 degrees…
13 terms
World geography chapter 19
Balkanize
Ghetto
Diversity
Entrepreneur
To break up into smaller,mutually hostile political units as…
A section of a city in which a particular minority group is f…
To increase value
In visual who starts and builds its own business
Balkanize
To break up into smaller,mutually hostile political units as…
Ghetto
A section of a city in which a particular minority group is f…
29 terms
World Geography- Chapter 19
What is Africa known as?
What are bounded on the East by the Re…
What part of Africa was a trading coast?
Askum
The Cradle of Humanity
Continental Crossroads
East Africa
They mark the location of the heart of ancient Ethiopia
What is Africa known as?
The Cradle of Humanity
What are bounded on the East by the Re…
Continental Crossroads
18 terms
chapter 19 world geography
olduvali georgia
aksum
berlin conference
cash crops
site of fossil beds in northern tanzania
important trading capital for the first and 8th century
conference of 14 european nations held from 1884-1885
a crop grown for direct sale and not for use in a region
olduvali georgia
site of fossil beds in northern tanzania
aksum
important trading capital for the first and 8th century
world geography chapter 19
Which continents Africa is next to?
Why Africa is called the "cradle of hu…
Olduvai Gorge?
The two seas East Africa is bounded by?
...
The number of prehistoric remains found in this region
a site of fossil beds in northern Tanzania—which contains the…
Red sea and Indian sea
Which continents Africa is next to?
...
Why Africa is called the "cradle of hu…
The number of prehistoric remains found in this region
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geography and history of the world chapter 15-19 vocab
alluvial soul
wadi
phosphate
domesticate
rich soil made up of sand and mud deposited by running water.
in the desert, a streambed that is dry except during heavy ra…
a natural mineral containing chemical compounds often used in…
to adapt to plants and animals from the wild for human use.
alluvial soul
rich soil made up of sand and mud deposited by running water.
wadi
in the desert, a streambed that is dry except during heavy ra…
19 terms
World Geography chapter 19
Which physical characteristics of Pola…
Which physical characteristics of Pola…
How did WWII change the ethnic diversi…
What changes in the 1990s helped to im…
Poland sits on the North European Plain, which used to be cov…
The Carpathian Mountains house many minerals (copper, coal an…
Before WWII, Poland was a multiethnic nation, but the Nazis c…
in the 1980's a man named Lech Walesa led a strike for econom…
Which physical characteristics of Pola…
Poland sits on the North European Plain, which used to be cov…
Which physical characteristics of Pola…
The Carpathian Mountains house many minerals (copper, coal an…
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