01. Why did Hitler desire to wage a war of conquest against Russia?
German nation would gain the living space and security it required and, as a superior
02. What were Hitler's three foreign policy objectives?
Restore conscription, build a
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Chapter 21 Terms
1. Cold War- Stemmed from the divergent historical experiences and the incompatible political
ambitions of the US and Soviet Union. More than four decades of political and military
01. What were the three things that allowed the phenomenon of 20th century totalitarianism?
Modern ideology, technology and bureaucracy
02. How did dictatorical regimes on the right and left try to legitimatize their rule?
Gathering mass meeting
01. In what battle did the Germans defeat the Russians on the Eastern Front?
Battle of Tannenberg
02. What treaty ended the fighting between Germany and Russia?
Treaty of Brest- Litovsk
03. Who was the American president during World War I?
01. Who originated the European alliance system that helped start World War I?
02. What country by 1914 had become strong enough to dominate the continent of Europe?
03. When Germany broke with Russia in 1890 what country was quick to tak
01. Name the five great movements that shaped the outlook of modern Europe.
Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment, and Industrial
02. What was Pan Slavism?
Glorified the solidarity of Russians with other Slavic peoples
01. What were the two principle forces behind imperialism?
Nationalism & industrialization
02. What was the occupation of most people in 1850?
03. What was the largest city in Europe at the outbreak of World War I (1914)?
04. Who was the fo
01. What were the five main intellectual currents of the second half of the 19th century?
Realism, Positivism, Darwinism, Marxism and Liberalism
02. Who sought to practice what he called a "living art"?
03. In Flaubet's Madame Bovary why d
PART A: ANSWER EACH OF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
1. Who was the pivotal figure at the Congress of Vienna?
Prince Klemens von Metternich
02. Which of the attendees at Vienna was considered a religious mystic?
Tsar Alexander I
03. The House of Savoy ruled wh
01. After the French Revolution what was the aim of nationalism?
Free subject peoples and unify fragmented nations
02. Who was the dominant figure among the French romantics?
03. How did Romantics see nature?
Live, love and suffer in your ow
PART A: ANSWER EACH OF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS.
01. Where did the process of industrialization begin?
02. What country took the lead in industrialization?
03. List the 6 reasons why Great Britain led the way in industrialization.
04. Who invented the powe
1. List the 4 ideas of the Englightenment that the new era in France hoped would become
Emancipation of the human person from superstition and tradition, the triumph of liberty
over tyranny, the refashioning of institutions in accordance with rea
01. Lincoln hoped that a Union victory at Bull Run would:
a. lead to the capture of the Confederate capital at Richmond
b. bring an end to slavery
c. destroy the economy of the South
d. pull the Border states out of the Confederacy
02. The South's victory
01. Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel UNCLE TOM'S CABIN:
a. intended to show the cruelty of slavery b. was prompted by passage of the Kansas Nebraska Act c. comprised the recollections of a long time personal witness to the evils of
slavery d. portrayed black
01. John Tyler joined the Whig party because he:
a. thought that it was the easiest way to become president b. could not stomach the dictatorial
tactics of Andrew Jackson c. was forced to resign from the Senate d. believed in its pro - bank
01. The Deist faith embraced all of the following except:
a. the concept of original sin b. the reliance on reason rather than revolution c. belief in a
Supreme Being d. belief in human beings' capacity for moral behavior
02. By 1850, organized religion i
01. In the 1820s and 1830s one issue that greatly raised the political stakes was:
a. economic prosperity b. the Peggy Eaton affair c. slavery d. the demise of the Whig Party
02. The House of Representatives decided the 1824 election when:
a. no candidate
01. One of the first lessons learned by the Jeffersonians after their victory in the 1800
presidential elections was:
a. the need to strengthen diplomatic ties with Britain b. to go off the gold standard c. to decrease
tariffs d. that it is easier to cond
01. The American Revolution was:
a. truly radical b. inconsequential in world history c. an example of accelerated evolution
rather than outright revolution c. very much like the French revolution
02. As part of the egalitarian movement of the American Re
PART A: SELECT THE ONE BEST ANSWER FOR EACH OF THE FOLLOWING
QUESTIONS FROM CHAPTER 7.
01. When it came to the Revolution, it could be said that the American colonists were:
a. eager revolutionaries b. up until the end wanting more than the "rights of Eng
01. All of the following are reasons the thirteen Atlantic seaboard colonies sought independence
a. distinctive social structures b. distinctive economic structures c. distinctive political structures
d. distinctive racial structures
02. The avera
01. Colonists in both the North and the South established differences in all of the
following areas except:
a. patterns of settlement
c. political systems
d. allegiance to England
02. In Calvinist thought the "conversion" was:
a. an event tha
01. The colonists who ultimately embraced the vision of America as an independent nation
had in common all of the following characteristics except:
a. learning to live lives unfettered by the tyrannies of royal authority b. learning to live lives