respect for parents
Lords/governors of Ottoman Empire.
|graduated income tax||
rule by landholding elite
|founder of buddhism||
AKA the Spice Islands.
Originally controlled by Dutch; eventually taken over by the Portuguese.
|Big Stick Diplomacy||
Teddy Roosevelt's Diplomacy
|Causes of World War I||
MilitarismAlliancesImperialismNationalismassassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
|king who encouraged Babylonian learning||
|Anointed king sent by God||
15th to 16th century.
Moghul emperor; expanded the empire greatly.
17th to 18th century.
|amendment to U.S. Constitution, stating that U.S. could intervene at any time, could buy/lease land for naval bases, and Cuba could not go into debt or make treaties with any other country||
|tanks, machine guns||
weapons of mechanized warfare
-the V.C. or charlie-southern communist insurgents
-Guerilla fighters who supported the Northern cause
-NLF which was National Liberation Front (a political party n North supporting Viet Cong)
|church official responsible for all christians in an area||
|foreign soldier who serves for pay||
|maurya emperor who converted to Buddhism||
Chief Minister to the French King.
Held absolute power when King Louis XIII was only 14 when he ascended to the throne.
Inventor of the printing press
Mid 15th century
|the use of sensationalized and exaggerateed reporting by newspapers and magazines to attract readers||
|social group into which people are born and from which the cannot change||
headed by the father or oldest male
|Battle of Plassey||
Decisive battle in India determining British East India Tea Company's dominance.
|Peace of Westphalia||
Ended the 30 Years War.
Allowed all German states to choose their own religion from Catholicism, Lutheranism, and Calvinism.
It also set France as the major European power.
|prime reasons for U.S. imperialism||
military strength, global competition, new markets, natural resources, belief in cultural superiority
|a pyramid shaped temple built by the sumerians||
|someone who devotes his or her life to seeking the truth||
|a sign that expresses a thought or idea||
|Bartolome de las Casas||
Spanish priest, opposer of Native American slavery in New Spain.
15th to 16th century.
|violent strike by Pullman workers, who said they should either make more money or have lower rent||
Pullman Strike of 1894
|October 29, 1929||
Black Tuesday, the day the stock market crashed
|person who suffers or dies for his or her beliefs||
|illegal to interfere with war effort or say anything disloyal, profane, or abusive about the government||
Espionage and Sedition Acts
|riot started by a bombing at a protest of police brutality||
Haymarket Affair of 1886
|Nguyen Cao Ky||
3rd ruler of S.V.
-He too is seen as Western to the Vietnamese