Unit 5: a new Global Age: 1840 – 1914Unit 5: a new Global Age: 1840 – 1914
European leaders fought to create strong nations, and nationalism spread. In Italy, revolts exploded between 1820 and 1848. Germany was brought together as one nation by the Franco-Prussian War
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Evaluate the significance of the role of Bismarck in the Unification of Germany until 1890Evaluate the significance of the role of Bismarck in the Unification of Germany until 1890
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Presentation on theme by Zuzana Hlávková & Andrea Tichá The definition of the colonyPresentation on theme by Zuzana Hlávková & Andrea Tichá The definition of the colony
A colony is a territory under the immediate political control of a geographically-distant state. Some colonies were historically separate countries, while others were territories without definite statehood at the moment of colonization
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World History Mr. Sadow Chapter 23 Notes and All Work Chapter 23- growth of Western Democracies (1815–1914)World History Mr. Sadow Chapter 23 Notes and All Work Chapter 23- growth of Western Democracies (1815–1914)
In Britain, France, and the United States, reformers struggled for an extension of democratic rights and social change. Although many inequalities persisted, these efforts paved the way for great improvements in the quality of life
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Whap: ch 28/wwi supplemental Reading The Collapse & Recovery of Europe (1914-1970s)Whap: ch 28/wwi supplemental Reading The Collapse & Recovery of Europe (1914-1970s)
Britain and Germany, which had erupted twice in the twentieth century, seemed unthinkable. What happened to Europe, and to the larger civilization of which it was a part, during the life of this one man is the focus of this chapter
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Road to world war 1, Franco-Prussian War to Sarajevo, 1871-1914 introductionRoad to world war 1, Franco-Prussian War to Sarajevo, 1871-1914 introduction
June 1914 led to World War. And to Britain going to the defense of Belgium, in the supposed words of the German Chancellor, 'over a scrap of paper' in fact the 1839 Treaty of London signed by Britain, Prussia, France
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Paper One Causes of World War OnePaper One Causes of World War One
After the defeat of Napoleon in 1815 the British had a policy of ‘Splendid Isolation’
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Hugh Bicheno Oxford Companion to Military HistoryHugh Bicheno Oxford Companion to Military History
Practically by definition, total war is or becomes ideological in nature at an early stage, not least because the ruled need to be reassured that the sacrifices they are called upon to make are for a worthwhile cause and not
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Woodrow Wilson and World War I. National History DayWoodrow Wilson and World War I. National History Day
This led to the rise of dictators such as Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini, and it ultimately led to the start of World War II. Although he was unsuccessful in preventing another war in Europe, Wilson succeeded in creating the League of
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The great transformationThe great transformation
The self-regulating market am the fictitious commodities: labor, land, and money
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Theme B: Conflicts and Cooperation in the Twentieth-Century WorldTheme B: Conflicts and Cooperation in the Twentieth-Century World
Theme b of the History Curriculum and Assessment Guide (S 4-6) (2007). The sample tasks included in this booklet demonstrate different ways of conducting assessment for learning
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Ap european History Chapter 27: wwi wwi 1914-1918 1 I. Long Term Causes of World War IAp european History Chapter 27: wwi wwi 1914-1918 1 I. Long Term Causes of World War I
Three Emperors’ League: Germany, Russia, and Austria-Hungary linked together in an alliance against radical movements
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What is fundamental about Joan\What is fundamental about Joan's political and military campaign is that it is against the people in power
In contrast, Le Pen's policies marginalise and undermine people in vulnerable and dependent social positions. Had he come to power, he would have effectively become an oppressor; surely precisely what Joan was campaigning against
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The Bolsheviks and World Peace Leon Trotsky (1917)The Bolsheviks and World Peace Leon Trotsky (1917)
Russian Revolution in 1917. He was second only to Lenin in the early stages of Soviet communist rule, but was later pushed out in the power struggle with Joseph Stalin that followed Lenin’s death in 1924
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World War I and the Russian RevolutionWorld War I and the Russian Revolution
Canadian John McCrae served as a military doctor on the Western Front in World War I. In 1915, McCrae wrote the following poem in the voice of those he had watched die
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