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World War 1 Europe
France
Luxemburg
Italy
Greece
Allied Nations
Allied Nations
Allied Nations
Allied Nations
France
Allied Nations
Luxemburg
Allied Nations
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Europe in world war 1
Ireland
great Britain
Portugal
France
allies
allies
allies
allies
Ireland
allies
great Britain
allies
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AP Euro World War 1
Triple Alliance
Triple Entente
What are 4 causes of WW1?
What sparked WW1?
The alliance of Austria, Germany, and Italy. Italy left the a…
The alliance of Great Britain, France, and Russia in the Firs…
the alliance system, nationalism, imperialism, and militarism
the assassination of the Austro-Hungarian archduke, Francis F…
Triple Alliance
The alliance of Austria, Germany, and Italy. Italy left the a…
Triple Entente
The alliance of Great Britain, France, and Russia in the Firs…
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AP Euro World War 1
Triple Alliance
Triple Entente
What are 4 causes of WW1?
What sparked WW1?
The alliance of Austria, Germany, and Italy. Italy left the a…
The alliance of Great Britain, France, and Russia in the Firs…
the alliance system, nationalism, imperialism, and militarism
the assassination of the Austro-Hungarian archduke, Francis F…
Triple Alliance
The alliance of Austria, Germany, and Italy. Italy left the a…
Triple Entente
The alliance of Great Britain, France, and Russia in the Firs…
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AP World: WWII & Cold War in Europe
Define appeasement. Why did nations of…
All of the following gave great hope a…
Locarno Pact
Kellogg-Briand Pact
- Making concessions to dictators in the hopes that they will…
...
- Provided hope: Germany is welcomed back into League of Nati…
- Provided hope: Outlaws war, except in matters of self-defen…
Define appeasement. Why did nations of…
- Making concessions to dictators in the hopes that they will…
All of the following gave great hope a…
...
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AP World 29 Between the Wars-Europe
Kristallnacht
Mass Consumption
Who identifies with the Cubist Movement
Benito Mussolini
(Night of the Broken Glass) November 9, 1938... -Mobs throughout…
Large amounts of a single product are consumed by a large por…
20th Century art style... -Represented by Spanish artist Pablo P…
Fascist dictator of Italy (1922-1943)... -Led Italy to conquer E…
Kristallnacht
(Night of the Broken Glass) November 9, 1938... -Mobs throughout…
Mass Consumption
Large amounts of a single product are consumed by a large por…
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Europe after world war 1
Self determination
Reparations
Democracy
Dictatorship
The right of people of one race and language to choose their…
Refers to the money that Germany had to pay as compensation f…
A country where the people elect the government freely
A country led by a single leader or party without free electi…
Self determination
The right of people of one race and language to choose their…
Reparations
Refers to the money that Germany had to pay as compensation f…
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Europe after World War 1
1
2
3
4
France
Romania
Turkey
Soviet Union
1
France
2
Romania
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Europe after world war 1
Woodrow willson
David Lloyd George
George Clemenceau
Treaty of Versailles
President of USA
British Prime Minister
French Prime Minister
The 'big three' signed a peace agreement. Included the war gu…
Woodrow willson
President of USA
David Lloyd George
British Prime Minister
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Europe Map for World War 1
Serbia, Italy, and Great Britain
France and Denmark
Germany and Norway
Russia and Sweden
Purple
Yellow
Light Green
Dark Green
Serbia, Italy, and Great Britain
Purple
France and Denmark
Yellow
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Europe after world war 1
Central powers
When was world war 1
Who was Vladimir Lenin
Who feared communism
Germany, austria-Hungary
August 1914 until November 1918
The leader of the Bolshevik party
The rich and the religious people
Central powers
Germany, austria-Hungary
When was world war 1
August 1914 until November 1918
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World War II in Europe
Battle of Britain
North Africa Campaign
Axis Powers
Allied Powers
An aerial battle fought in World War II in 1940 between the G…
In September, 1940, Mussolini attacked British-occupied Egypt…
Alliance of Germany, Italy, and Japan during World War II
France, Britain, USSR, United States, and China as well as 45…
Battle of Britain
An aerial battle fought in World War II in 1940 between the G…
North Africa Campaign
In September, 1940, Mussolini attacked British-occupied Egypt…
World war 1 map of Europe
United kingdom
France
Germany
Austria-Hungary
Find on map
Find on map
Find on map
Find on map
United kingdom
Find on map
France
Find on map
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AP World History: Ch. 10 Civilization in Eastern Europe: Byzantium and Orthodox Europe, Pt. 1
Vladimir
Rome
Constantinople
Balkans
10th century Russian king centered in Kiev who had to choose…
The center of the Western Christian tradition and home of the…
Center of Orthodox Christianity that became dominant througho…
The peninsula and a cultural area in Southeast Europe with di…
Vladimir
10th century Russian king centered in Kiev who had to choose…
Rome
The center of the Western Christian tradition and home of the…
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AP world war 1
Gavrilo princip
Von schleiffen
Archduke ferdinand
Alsace-Lorraine
Bosnian assassin who sparked great war
German military leader who wanted to defeat France, then Russia
His assassination was caused by the idea of Pan-Slavism
Valuable territory on the border of Germany and France
Gavrilo princip
Bosnian assassin who sparked great war
Von schleiffen
German military leader who wanted to defeat France, then Russia
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Ap world: World war 1
Italy, Austria- Hungary, and Germany
Russia
France and Russia
Schlieffen plan
Who was in the triple alliance?
William II lost which allies after ousting Bismark from power?
Britain signed agreements with which two countries to form th…
What plan from Germany called for a swift attack on France th…
Italy, Austria- Hungary, and Germany
Who was in the triple alliance?
Russia
William II lost which allies after ousting Bismark from power?
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AP Euro World War 1
What war caused a shift of power to Ge…
What country feared revenge from the F…
Alliance of the 3 Emperors
Triple Alliance
Frano-Prussian war
Germany (Bismarck). Isolate France so it had no allies.
Germany, Austria, Russia- 1881-1887
Germany, Austria, Italy- 1881
What war caused a shift of power to Ge…
Frano-Prussian war
What country feared revenge from the F…
Germany (Bismarck). Isolate France so it had no allies.
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AP Euro World War 1
The Balkans
First Balkan War
Second Balkan War
The Congress of Berlin
"Powder Keg of Europe"... Serbs and other Slavs got independence…
Starts by Austria-Hungary annexing Bosnia and Herzegovina... Ser…
everyone, including Russia and Serbs, vs Bulgaria
Bismark attempted to reduce tensions in the Balkans by suppor…
The Balkans
"Powder Keg of Europe"... Serbs and other Slavs got independence…
First Balkan War
Starts by Austria-Hungary annexing Bosnia and Herzegovina... Ser…
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Europe and World Wars test 1
who was the leader in the industrial r…
When did the Victorian era end? Who we…
What was happening in Europe between 1…
characteristics of Europe 1900-1914
Britain/Manchester and Germany followed after
1901... Edward VIII 1901-1910 ... George V 1910- 1936 (during WWI)
- rise in population ... - lead industrialization ... -end of Victo…
- rise of socialism as a whole (rise of unions, political par…
who was the leader in the industrial r…
Britain/Manchester and Germany followed after
When did the Victorian era end? Who we…
1901... Edward VIII 1901-1910 ... George V 1910- 1936 (during WWI)
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Ap World: World War 1
mania
pan-slavism 1
pan-slavism 2
triple alliance
Militarism Alliance Nationalism Imperialism Assasination
nationalism is a problem for Austria-Hungary+ Balkans
area comprised of many conflicting national groups
France,Britain,Russia
mania
Militarism Alliance Nationalism Imperialism Assasination
pan-slavism 1
nationalism is a problem for Austria-Hungary+ Balkans
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AP Euro: World War One
Entente Cordiale
Kaiser William II
1st Balkan War
standing armies
an alliance between England and France after near-war in Africa
was the last German Emperor and King of Prussia; declared war…
claimed territory from the Ottoman Empire. Balkan League (Ser…
nations enacted the draft to make their forces larger during…
Entente Cordiale
an alliance between England and France after near-war in Africa
Kaiser William II
was the last German Emperor and King of Prussia; declared war…
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Ap euro world war 1
alliance system
alfred von schlieffen
lusitania
balkan wars
, the triple entente, known as the the allies which consisted…
created Schlieffen plan to go through Belgium to attack franc…
A British passenger ship that was sunk by a German U-Boat on…
an area previously fought over the crumbling territory of the…
alliance system
, the triple entente, known as the the allies which consisted…
alfred von schlieffen
created Schlieffen plan to go through Belgium to attack franc…
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Lundquist: AP Euro - World War 1
Balkan Wars
Berlin Conference, 1885
Black Hand
Conscription
Serbia, Greece, Bulgaria took Macedonia from the Ottomans in…
- Laid down the rules for the conquest of Africa: 1) European…
Ultra Nationalist, Serbian Society founded in 1911. Secretly…
Forced recruitment of civilians into the army to meet the nee…
Balkan Wars
Serbia, Greece, Bulgaria took Macedonia from the Ottomans in…
Berlin Conference, 1885
- Laid down the rules for the conquest of Africa: 1) European…
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AP World History: Ch. 10 Civilization in Eastern Europe: Byzantium and Orthodox Europe, Pt. 1
Vladimir
Rome
Constantinople
Balkans
10th century Russian king centered in Kiev who had to choose…
The center of the Western Christian tradition and home of the…
Center of Orthodox Christianity that became dominant througho…
The peninsula and a cultural area in Southeast Europe with di…
Vladimir
10th century Russian king centered in Kiev who had to choose…
Rome
The center of the Western Christian tradition and home of the…
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AP World War I
Causes of the WWI
When did WWI begin
who was the President during WWI (hint…
Central Powers
NIMA, nationalism, imperialism, militarism (arms race) and se…
1914
Woodrow Wilson
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire
Causes of the WWI
NIMA, nationalism, imperialism, militarism (arms race) and se…
When did WWI begin
1914
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World War 1 AP World
What were the main causes of ww1
Militarism
Alliances
Imperialism
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
Arms races... Glorified War... Armed forces were a symbol of pride
Agreements to support countries incase of attack... created dom…
countries compete for colonies... competition for goods/ resour…
What were the main causes of ww1
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
Militarism
Arms races... Glorified War... Armed forces were a symbol of pride
AP World Europe Map
UK
France
Portugal
Germany
UK
France
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AP Euro: World War II
Blitzkrieg
Battle of Britain
Operation Barbarossa
Iron Curtain
The "lightening war" style of fighting championed by the Nazi…
Loss (or at least stalemate) in this famous conflict prevente…
Technical name for the ultimately disastrous German invasion…
Phrase coined by Winston Churchill in a speech in Fulton, Mis…
Blitzkrieg
The "lightening war" style of fighting championed by the Nazi…
Battle of Britain
Loss (or at least stalemate) in this famous conflict prevente…
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World War II in Europe
nonaggression pact
blitzkrieg
Charles de Gaulle
Winston Churchill
1939-Secret agreement between German leader Hitler and Soviet…
"Lightning war"; Germany's newest military strategy including…
After the fall of France in the spring of 1940, General De Ga…
A noted British statesman who led Britain throughout most of…
nonaggression pact
1939-Secret agreement between German leader Hitler and Soviet…
blitzkrieg
"Lightning war"; Germany's newest military strategy including…
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Ch. 31 AP World History (Western Society and Eastern Europe in the Decades of the Cold War)
Ronald Reagan
Kent State Shooting
Vietnam War
Harry Truman
President from 1980-1988 ran on a campaign based on the commo…
Incident in which National Guard troops fired at a group of s…
A prolonged war (1954-1975) between the communist armies of N…
President after Roosevelt died, put the Truman Doctrine and t…
Ronald Reagan
President from 1980-1988 ran on a campaign based on the commo…
Kent State Shooting
Incident in which National Guard troops fired at a group of s…
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Ap euro world war 1
alliance system
alfred von schlieffen
lusitania
balkan wars
, the triple entente, known as the the allies which consisted…
created Schlieffen plan to go through Belgium to attack franc…
A British passenger ship that was sunk by a German U-Boat on…
an area previously fought over the crumbling territory of the…
alliance system
, the triple entente, known as the the allies which consisted…
alfred von schlieffen
created Schlieffen plan to go through Belgium to attack franc…
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AP Euro - World War II
Anschluss
Atlantic Charter
Casablanca Conference
Neville Chamberlain
The annexation of Austria by Germany in 1938
August 1941; called for peace without territorial expansion o…
Called by the Allies in 1943 to discuss strategy against Germ…
(1937-1940; gullible British Prime Minister; at the Munich Co…
Anschluss
The annexation of Austria by Germany in 1938
Atlantic Charter
August 1941; called for peace without territorial expansion o…
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AP World Contemporary Era: West and East Europe in Cold War Decades
Cold War
Eastern Bloc
Harry Truman
Iron Curtain
The state of relations between the US, its allies and the Sov…
Nations favorable to the Soviet Union in Eastern Europe durin…
American president from 1945-1952; authorized use of atomic b…
Term used by Churchill in 1946 to describe the growing East-W…
Cold War
The state of relations between the US, its allies and the Sov…
Eastern Bloc
Nations favorable to the Soviet Union in Eastern Europe durin…
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Europe - Causes of World War I
cause
alliances
militarism
nationalism
To produce a result, (the reason why something happens).
Agreements or promises to defend and help another country
Building up armed forces and getting ready for war.
Having pride in your country and being able to defend it.
cause
To produce a result, (the reason why something happens).
alliances
Agreements or promises to defend and help another country
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World War II in Europe
Allied Powers
Axis Powers
Neutrality Act
Isolationists
Alliance of England, France, USSR & the U.S.
Germany, Japan and Italy
Laws requiring the U.S. to avoid European entanglements
Position that America should stay out of Europe's wars
Allied Powers
Alliance of England, France, USSR & the U.S.
Axis Powers
Germany, Japan and Italy
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AP World [The Transformation of Europe]
What were the movements in Western Eur…
Western Europe remained an agricultura…
--- increased their power: greater int…
Ideas of the --- also altered due to n…
- Renaissance... - Reformation... - Scientific Revolution... - Enlight…
Commercially; Manufacturing
Governments
Family/Personality
What were the movements in Western Eur…
- Renaissance... - Reformation... - Scientific Revolution... - Enlight…
Western Europe remained an agricultura…
Commercially; Manufacturing
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AP Euro Unit 6--Europe, the World, and the Cold War
Cold War
"iron curtain"
Great Powers Veto
containment
A continuing state of tension and hostility between the Unite…
Political, Warsaw Pact Countries along with the Soviet Union…
permanent powers (US, GB, France, China, SU) veto power in Se…
resist the extension of Soviet expansion and influence in the…
Cold War
A continuing state of tension and hostility between the Unite…
"iron curtain"
Political, Warsaw Pact Countries along with the Soviet Union…
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World War 2 in Europe
Who were 5 totalitarian dictators?
When is the right time for a dictator…
Mussolini info:
What 3 things does Mussolini promise t…
Mussolini, Stalin, Hirohito, Hitler, & Franco
when a country is economically and politically weak
- Italian... - Came to power in 1922... - Political ideology: Fasci…
strong government, stable economy, new empire for Italy
Who were 5 totalitarian dictators?
Mussolini, Stalin, Hirohito, Hitler, & Franco
When is the right time for a dictator…
when a country is economically and politically weak
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Europe Unit Test - World War 1
Causes of WWI
Trench Warfare
Why was trench warfare important?
What is the relationship between WW1 a…
Powerful Europe, colonial tensions, militarism, nationalism,…
A new form of warfare, troops lived in trenches for months on…
Many people died during the battle of the Somme which used tr…
People lost confidence in science and human advancement, whic…
Causes of WWI
Powerful Europe, colonial tensions, militarism, nationalism,…
Trench Warfare
A new form of warfare, troops lived in trenches for months on…
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Europe after world war 1 key terms
Communism
Treaty of versailles
League of nations
War guilt clause
Political system that believes the wealth of a country should…
Germany and the allies signed a peace treaty at the end of wo…
Organisation set up after world war 1 to keep world peace
Germany's leaders had to sign this to admit responsibility fo…
Communism
Political system that believes the wealth of a country should…
Treaty of versailles
Germany and the allies signed a peace treaty at the end of wo…
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AP Euro: World War Two
Stock Market Crash
Depression unemployment
"women's work" during the Depression
anti-Semitism
triggered the Great Depression of the 1930s. The whole world…
a sustained, long-term downturn in economic activity in one o…
cooking,cleaning for low wages; men were given priority in jo…
official policy under the Nazis- lingered in popular atitudes…
Stock Market Crash
triggered the Great Depression of the 1930s. The whole world…
Depression unemployment
a sustained, long-term downturn in economic activity in one o…
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Europe after world war 1 chapter 14
self determination
reparations
democracy
communism
the right of people of one race and language to choose their…
refers to the money that germany had to pay as compensation f…
a country led by a single leader or party without free electi…
a political system that believes the wealth of a country shou…
self determination
the right of people of one race and language to choose their…
reparations
refers to the money that germany had to pay as compensation f…
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World War II in Europe
nonaggression pact
blitzkrieg
Winston Churchill
Battle of Britain
1939-Secret agreement between German leader Hitler and Soviet…
"Lightning war"; Germany's newest military strategy including…
A noted British statesman who led Britain throughout most of…
German air forces invaded Britain but the British Royal Air F…
nonaggression pact
1939-Secret agreement between German leader Hitler and Soviet…
blitzkrieg
"Lightning war"; Germany's newest military strategy including…
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Pre-AP World History: World War I
militarism
alliance
imperialism
nationalism
A policy of glorifying military power and keeping a large sta…
An agreement between two or more countries to work together t…
Empire building; taking over others' territory.
Extreme patriotism; a love of one's country so strong one is…
militarism
A policy of glorifying military power and keeping a large sta…
alliance
An agreement between two or more countries to work together t…
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pre world war 1 Europe capitals & ANC
Russia
Ottaman empire *
Bulgaria*
Austria-Hungary
Moscow & Petrograd (Central)
Allied
Allied
Vienna & Sarajevo (Allied)
Russia
Moscow & Petrograd (Central)
Ottaman empire *
Allied
AP World History: World War 1
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The Treaty of Versailles
The Paris Peace Conference.
The sinking of the Lusitania
In 1914, England's share of the world's industrial output sto…
This was the treaty that ended WW1.
The treaty that ended WW1 was created here.
This was the reason why the American's SAID they were enterin…
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In 1914, England's share of the world's industrial output sto…
The Treaty of Versailles
This was the treaty that ended WW1.
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AP World History: Ch. 11 A New Civilization Emerges in Western Europe, Pt. 1
Middle Ages
Catholic Church
Vikings
Manorialism
The postclassical period on western Europe beginning with the…
Centered in Rome, one of the most powerful institution in the…
Scandinavian invaders whose raids prolonged the West's weakne…
Economic and political system that stated relationships betwe…
Middle Ages
The postclassical period on western Europe beginning with the…
Catholic Church
Centered in Rome, one of the most powerful institution in the…
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Chapter 23: World War I, Section 1: War in Europe
Nationalism
Ethnic groups
Militarism
Alliance system
A feeling of intense loyalty to one's country or group.
People who share a common language and traditions.
A buildup of military strength within a country.
Defense agreement among nations.
Nationalism
A feeling of intense loyalty to one's country or group.
Ethnic groups
People who share a common language and traditions.
AP History: World War 1
Entangling Alliances
Militarism
Nationalism
Imperialism
countries felt very loyal to alliances, so when one country h…
glorification of the military, brickmanship
the way to prove that your country was the best was through w…
imperialized territories enter the war with their european co…
Entangling Alliances
countries felt very loyal to alliances, so when one country h…
Militarism
glorification of the military, brickmanship
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Europe for AP World
England
France
Spain
Portugal
England
France
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