SDSU Guthrie HIST106 2MT Study Guide

SDSU Guthrie HIST106 2MT Study Guide - Anthony Baldini...

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Anthony Baldini HIST106 2MT Study Guide Alsace-Lorraine A short-lived independence after World War I was ended by French troops in 1918 and the Treaty of Versailles of 1919, and the territory reverted to France. Bismarck First chancellor of Prussia Realpolitik “Honest Broker” Boer War South African war Countries absorbed by Britain at resolution Bosnia-Herzegovina Annexed by austria-Hungary Bosnian crisis Angered countries over annexation by austria Bitter tensions between germany and russia Led to WWI Carlsbad Decrees 1819 document seting social restricitions, especially on the press Christianity “a doctrine of passive obedience” Citizen/Bourgeois King Louis-Phillipe Corn Laws were import tariffs designed to support and protect domestic British corn prices against competition from less expensive foreign-grain imports. Dogger’s Bank Russian naval fleet mistook british fishing boats for japanese naval fleet Almost led to war between britain and russia, util diplomatically settled
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course HIST 106 taught by Professor Guthrie during the Fall '07 term at San Diego State.

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