Test 3 Study Guide - Poison gas Total war Propaganda Women...

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Fall 2010 History 1112 Test 3 Study Guide This test will cover Chapters 32-34. Ottoman Empire “The Sick Man of Europe” Egypt Muhammad Ali Russia Crimean War Alexander II Industrialization Revolutionary activity China Opium War Taiping Rebellion extraterritoriality Tokugawa Matthew Perry Meiji Restoration Imperialism Motives for Imperialism Tools for imperialism Mughal Empire British East India Company India Scramble for Africa Berlin Conference Social Darwinism Consequences of Empire Building Nationalism Anti-colonial movements La Belle Epoque Long term causes of WW I Short term causes of WW I Franz Joseph Austria – Hungary Serbia / Russia Franz Ferdinand Black Hand Gavrilo Princip Perception of WWI Realities of War Trench warfare The Balkans Alliances Schlieffen Plan Allies Central Powers Total war Rape of Belgium No Man’s Land New technologies Tanks Airplanes Submarines
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Unformatted text preview: Poison gas Total war Propaganda Women and War Lusitania The Zimmerman Telegram Treaty of Versailles Russian Revolution Emancipation of the serfs Nicholas II Social hierarchy in Russia Russo-Japanese War Bloody Sunday Marxism Revolutionaries WWI in Russia Alexandra Alexis Rasputin February Revolution Provisional Government Vladimir Lenin Bolshevik Party October Revolution Civil War NEP Leon Trotsky Joseph Stalin Five Year Plans Collectivization Purges Totalitarianism Essential Questions: How did declining empires within Europe and Asia and the industrial revolution impact the renewal of imperialism? How is old imperialism different from new imperialism? What were the long term and short term causes of the outbreak of World War I? What were the long term and short term causes of the Russian Revolution?...
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2011 for the course HIST 1112 taught by Professor Tba during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Southern University .

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