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Moxie Bautista 1 Prof. Jonathan Sheehan History 5 12/16/2019 HISTORY 5 FINAL STUDY GUIDE I. Essays - Explicitly incorporate 2 primary sources; specificity - Draw upon lecture & section - SO WHAT BITCH - Original thesis - Bourgeoisie: freud, madame bovary, marx - 1930-45: 30 yrs war pt 2 1. Section A 4 2. Section B 2 II. Identification Twelve of the following IDs will appear on the exam. You will have to choose seven. 1. Treaty of Westphalia What: peace treaty that ended the 30 yrs war Where: Westphalia When: 1648 Significance: brought an end to decades of brutal religious conflict 2. Francisco Pizarro What: Spanish conquistador who led the Spanish conquest of Peru Where: Spain; The New World When: late 15th-mid 16th c Significance: colonized the Incan Empire 3. Louis XVI What: 16th king of France Where: France When: 18th c Significance: last king of France before the fall of the monarchy during the French Revolution 4. The Regicide What: The state-sanctioned murder of King Charles I Where: England When: 1649 Significance: The murdering of a monarch was a big fucking deal 5. Jacobin What: most famous radicalized political club during French Rev. Where: France When: 18th c Significance: left-wing revolutionary working-class Parisians that played a pivotal role in the development of the revolution
Moxie Bautista 2 Prof. Jonathan Sheehan History 5 12/16/2019 6. Rights of Man What: book by Thomas Paine about the prospects of the French Revolution Where: Great Britain When: 1791 Significance: stated that revolution is permissible when a government fails to protect the natural rights of its people 7. Thermidor What: eleventh month in the French Republican Calendar Where: France When: 1794 Significance: The overthrow of revolutionary, Robespierre, and his followers during Thermidor altered the definition to mean a retreat from more radical goals and strategies during a revolution 8. Guillotine What: execution device Where: France When: 18th c Significance: revolutionized the act of state-sanctioned murder; eventually would be used to kill Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI 9. Romanticism What: a movement in the arts and literature that emphasized nature and subjectivity Where: Europe When: 18th-19th c Significance: displayed the conflict between technology and nature 10. Congress of Vienna

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