Midterm 2 study guide

Midterm 2 study guide - Part I Timeline I will ask you to...

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Part I: Timeline: I will ask you to put 5-8 of these events in chronological order: 1848 Revolutions Unification of Germany – 1871 Night of the Broken Glass - 1938 Peterloo Massacre - 1819 Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand - 1914 Versailles Peace Conference – 1918 Opium Wars – 1840-1842 Dreyfus Affair - 1894 Mussolini Comes to Power – 1922 Congress of Vienna – 1815 February Revolution in Russia - 1917 Indian Mutiny - 1857 Austro-Prussia War - 1866 Night of the Long Knives - 1934 Greek-Turkish Population Exchange - 1923 Collectivization in Russia – 1928-1932 Franco-Prussian War – 1870- 1871 Sykes-Picot Agreement - 1916 Beer Hall Putsch - 1923 Berlin Conference on Africa – 1885 Anschluss - 1938 Part II: People/Terms. Know who the follow individuals were, and what the following terms mean, and be able to fill in the name after a brief description
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(8 questions). For example: The German Chancellor who provoked the wars of German unification was: Otto von Bismarck. Vladimir Lenin Henry Stanley Frankfurt Parliament – during revolutions of 1848, liberalism vs. conservatism discussion, hope of stopping revolutions, un successful. Joseph Stalin Gavrilo Princip Big German/Little German Solution - Many german states, Bismark wanted to unify Germany. Big Germany solution- Included Austrian Empire, idea to unite all German speaking people but Habsburgs are Catholic and may take control-may make state religion Catholicism. Little German Solution- Uniting Germany without Austria. Little German Solution taken. Leopold II Paul von Hindenburg Dreyfus Affair- caused by growing nationalism, cover up by French gov. Otto von Bismarck Sykes-Picot Agreement- Secret agreement during WWI. Lawrence of Arabia trying to make an agreement between Britain and Arabia to defeat Ottoman Empire in exchange for an Arabian State. Sykes and Picot use Lawrence, plan is to defeat ottoman empire and spit territory between Britain and France.<- this happens. Pale of Settlement - Designated area of Russia for all Jewish peoples. Causes huge wave of Jewish immigration to the west into Germany/Austria. Caused when Jewish anarchist assassinates Russian Czar. Russia takes violent action against Jews, mostly in Poland.
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Camillo Cavour - prime minister of Sardinia, oversaw Italian inificaiton, bisarck of Italian unification. Enver Pasha – Ottoman Minister of War during WWI. Joins Germans with hope of winning, and rebuilding Ottoman Empire. Blocks Russian forces to the Mediterranean Palestine Mandate- territory lost by ottomans after the war, governed by british, name of plastine after the end of WWI. British protectorate notes oct 27. Supposedly the new Jewish state. Meant to undercut jewish loyalty to germany. Creates tension in palastine. Armenian Massacres – blamed the unsuccessful ottoman war effor on Armenians and massacred them Schlieffen Plan -attacking of France via route through Belgium Gallipoli- campaign in WWI. British amphibious landing at Gallipoli, in ottoman territory, complete disaster. Invasion of the dardinelles, to control access to turkey. Mustafa commal becomes a war hero to the ottomans. Will lead push to make turkey a secular state.
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