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Unformatted text preview: HISTORY 1C FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE] REVIEW 1. The Agricultural, Industrial & Demographic Revolutions I. II. III. What were they? a. Agricultural mm %m§c: - inUegSg lQn usage—grain wgncmdc - consaiiinglond - fodder crogs b. Industriai (lit-file! situm dri\r_eh mgcbimq ruiimgds gimme (webs: 330) c. Demographic QWIQHQQ l‘nCIQQSQ Mglims (wary: 68]) How are they linked? g g j: Md lo mount more fi>_o3 (vice W80) 0 didn‘t go to sing Oh Form-a clues 209i '0 wogg EggQQ‘es (Child labor) Define “Revolution” aa ' In over {n a ”'0‘ on How do these “revolutions" not fit this definition? Jusi mi» iegzniQms J. @0109! What are differing explanations for the causes of the agricultural, industrial 8r demographic revolutions? Mallhu8_ Sig! yalfoh VS I ll'i‘hilihg hu ol cs 8 (Wabex 68) How was the French version of the demographic revolution different? Why was it different? mppmd 1913; (1sz industrial revolution! ijsh mag indus |-_r[ol Suprbmagl - iiitggi to import mggbmgq Bomb 01' ii es— g‘flh‘gn 13:9 oi; air war — ENIHGS 11mg . 2. effect on mops—Nahuflmlfiisfi "v' a 'e W war thhSFDrmd swag -—lose commcmbh III. Outcomes a. WWI 1. Was it conclusive? HO] 3133' C9D QuSiggS mnes JUSI; had mate Q 1:; 152,9; fighting c'cb co. 6 2. peace settlement—effective or not? ] I 695.), Q QCQSt ' Li IQS‘V" Russia Surrenders ro sermon Tree Versu‘ \es -- u‘ co Se ‘ s ‘ ngggg of Ndh‘ons 6E: 9: T. L AN \ NESS b. WWII 1. Wasitconclusive? MEES CONCLUSIVE” ICGYntd figm wwx mistakes uncondin'gnos gurrmus I OCCupafl'on 2. peace settlement—effective or not? Big 3 mac; C“ qutq conference 891- UNIT-d Notions whegg fleece 'v‘ e :. Occu 4m 5 German comglere geamflngrimnbh WWII 8. Said European nQWCMS couIQ 5120053 °‘-'-h SOV‘CS EKQQDSI‘OMGHC- ”be Nogoicon [3. Results . 1. Russian communism BOISIEWH’; gnges— QDQ‘IEh em 6 0 “mi mm, W Personal Freedoms WWSm" for the “good of M the, n ——*—-—--“-——~m—-—-— 0'30“" 3. German Nazism QMEQ ohfi" smiflgfl! Sm Hoiocous “ 66kmgp WQrkg’s early: 25 pmntgu ( Web c. how itdiffersfrom 1848 [‘0 “Cl ‘ for Uh. ‘CClh'On MfiL—*—_ - con 11 use i I' e e or Qufigori For thgm 2 rheI‘r gggces IV. Nazi use of Nationalism a. Xenophobia QHILI'OUISI‘QQ .652. (II-CANS b. unifying against a common enemy C 9 (1 {F9 0W5 hm or a I’ vOch w Con rcss or vi hq c. Whywasitsuccessful? cc c S 8 TD MOTH. FOIr mfizoiroplo times — Sco pegOofl'ng V. Nationaiism in anti- -colonia| movements dgmg nded Ii ham] :0“ - ‘s. m Nm’ie Wu ' e r‘ h a ' h e . A‘l ‘ -- ‘Ona iI' Ora 'on 5. NAZISM 81 COMMUNISM I. Are Nazism 8L Communism the same or opposite? II. Both Examples of Totalitarianism a. Nazis S NQ O 0 00 -. ' N0 0 s ea or es u on'ty (meg g democxoq (J econ ' revive —90v° com-m OE Erodugjorx (Pour your 910m) b- CommunistSMMCq—_____ govunmmt rogujohOn of on Mu ugjo 0 [mm] COUC v70 0 P‘°"“"‘93 GOV’ t 0. DEC CSOU. CCS Eurgcs— NO oefimgg (2110ng III. - Opposites .a. Q Singw PQrtxl ’c POh'Cc WYOr ' B. Communists—progressive socialistsmmCLd—mpjgindmjliglizoh‘oh ' Thm 39w}: [egglgn’ons mmuh's uh w r tSS 0E I} _ . '1: So ' ‘ r0 IV. Pick one—Why are they the fundamentally the same or opposites? 7. THE COLD WAR I. Origins of the Cold War a. Rivalry between capitalists and communists J Sufi eowgg comggfl'ng FDr global dominongg ‘ colo 'cq ' ce - b. breakdownofWWIIalliances 1498?; E51: Mt U-S. 1 BrilOin Qucposug lit Russians hgvc h_\.= mgfil ngggm'gs [‘35 mun-Oh) (berm/co] Soviet disl'ruSi Since the. Bolshevj]: [gum c. national liberation cempefing over dtC0]ohi‘L¢d Caunnieé— Ingmar) Dogb‘jm II. Spread of Communism a. China leC-I M00 1§Q0hg LQ' lgs 91?; 9.9 . co 9’: ubl‘c OF Qu‘ 2609 GET Shem”; b. Vietnam (19 ON "V‘h mo c vi f h ow row Hon c. Cuba Egg CQQhD III. Why communism failed rQSSiVb I WbIB \‘D rowde es‘r ie livih C0ndih'0h9 M 3. Nationalism I. Nationalism in the French Revolution a. Emergence Exmg: Sggerio: DIG Ebti M5 [be 181', to jmmggcnggl; gnu‘ghtcnmggt igl ems —————*_.__________‘__ ————-——______*_________ b. Howitwas used NOBOICOI‘ 1‘S CONSIQBSI S -' right fo MW Fund's 13w. — individual rights 'cocxificcd for 900g of nation (1:41er _ II. Nationalism in the Revolutions of 1848 a. Who used it? Amy-x ————-——~—-—_‘__.*________ covour ll- Gorgmtdl __—..—'———'—————————__— Gum (Mar .39 ) _ b. How/whywasitused? UE\E!CA]!ON c n 0 ‘ e. COM 10 (I es 8 cu: m 'n e o u’ uni ah No ‘ noliem was 0 res om o ‘ COnQQeSts -— Qh’ri -— flgggg c. Results U “AI. :1 Q - e! b " O 1.. GI Uhlh - av‘d being I t ‘In- Comm «2 barabo Cll' CDn ,‘ '0 09 .n III. How Nationalism changed between 1848 & 1940 a. Intentions 1. Stalin SOUGliSm" iossof mom! Megan-ny- conechwcofion 2- Mussolinimw Won OhmgcoF wedgnt in Show the Sfimgmo E Itgw... W‘ 3. Hitler—WWW oor'sm Tc 2. The Two World Wars of the 201th Century I. Causes a. WWI A 1. causes Inn u-‘lmaSITv—S bui\dir~3 up (“1'ij ”get-31"- " about uJ‘O wow can Bo n5, Gym n 55?.an i'om'gm Mll‘ggoes - Imple Entcn’rc: Britain, France 52 Russia mew. Alliance—- Gannon); .mshgw Mag 4 I My 2. Was it avoidable? How so? No \ ionoliSj sent—i mama: Dflgl‘tssl'gh on! over to o W‘I'SClile ' {QSt‘rhehli 2. Was it avoidable? How so? II. Fighting style and effects on troops a- W (Fusselfl ._ 1. fighting mew ‘ Edi-w {OMS ch 6425 an - “‘94": PROVE; I'D east I‘I‘IQQEIXQ QQDSJ _ unrestricted gnpmgnjne wgrfgrg ho (4‘ vi Ii zclfiorx 6. THE DECLINE OF IMPERIALISM 8:. THE EMERGENCE OF THE WELFARE STATE I. How did the two wars lead to the decline of imperialism? a. European nationsweakened bywarfliflmpeOh §|0thEQ OE liViflg rgglogg d 321 wgth‘mg déptikabbn 2 STOrth‘cin Oifieg bembeg 2 dQS'M‘gd —-——-————.______________ b. Colonized nations helped fight wars 8: were promised liberation (Nu m 0| 0 Eu 2 — uee ' m 0 ex Su ' n Foo vo ' on fin l lin s but 0t ohm-.0? c. Nationalism spread to colonized nations mugs encouraged non'gnoh'orn in onh‘-oxi‘s_ MQHSI % 5 m n; Er Ngh‘ghg] l lberg h'Oh - Algm‘g II. Why did politics shift to be more inward-looking? a. had domestic problems to worry about 1. depression 00 0. u tho h 0h e:- sflmmg {3'99 In! 3 cgnm 2. citiesdestroyed WWII. —d 6 = tOT e hu 8 e —- ass 3. unemployment W N‘Lfl'h From war .2 hgd hQ ,lQb§ OE Skills III. The Welfare State a. Whatisit? Gov‘l‘ guomnrees bOISi'c ngomig Qgcutjtq 9. \mprme sogol COndfn‘ons b. Howwasitsuccessful? iiflemfld EQHQCQQQ, QOV’E' bun]: hmsing , vocgng 13‘th ., mildew-e —~—-——-——-———._____—______________ mm c. Whydiditdecline? degr29810flfi rerhQslzeg co I'u‘S 4. IMPERIALISM I. Whatisimperialism? Qt tflpdl-hg QhOD‘m’S mug: b¥ 0c es ‘ hi cc omic a. Direct colonial administration fii Elfin-Q 2 Africa Q"S b. Spheres of influence EI - t ' e Mdb ' S R- ih 6 se 0 beds gmhgmm mQQonl¥ _ c. Protectorate 91 ES¥pt -‘ {Whig} Emifig {Oh I'I‘thuhge for oumdgs com-m} of Fon'cgp affairs 11. What were the goals? a. increase market for manufactured goods more {260 Bit. T0 SCH = as - u I 40 s . b. accessto raw materials 3 Ce 9 ‘ 8 0i c. national prestige through territorial expansion ShOWOd 5‘ [mg i1\ :2 o —-— Ci 'I i z ' Save ' III. How did it lead to WWI? competition between countries for territorymH_—___‘___ a' (germane md Wilhelm Mrocco (iqos) ___®___9¢_992ih__cfll__ MEL—— b. increased military strength to control territories—HQMthLinI re a on; I. i ' ous 1a ‘0 E _ I [:E 6;”.ch m 13.: ...
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