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Civil Disobedience: The act of deliberately but peacefully
breaking the law, a tactic by Gandhi in India and earlier by the
British suffragists to protest oppression and obtain political
Joseph Stalin: Leader of the USSR who w
History Notes Chapter 19
Louis XVI: French king (1774-1792) who was tried for treason during the French
Revolution; he was executed on January 21, 1793.
Marie-Antoinette: Wife of Louis XVI and queen of France who was tried for treason
during the French Re
History Note Chapter 24
New Women: A woman who, from the 1880s on, dressed practically \, moved abut freely, and
often supported herself.
Sigmund Freud: Viennese medical doctor and founder, in the late 19th century, of
psychoanalysis, a theory of mental p
HIST1121 EUROPE SINCE 1660
TEST ONE SPRING 2017
Read and follow all directions.
There is extra credit built into the exam.
You absolutely must use specific examples from various case studies weve gone over
Keep it academic a
History Ch. 23 notes
Leopold ii: King of Belgium (1865-1909) who sponsored the takeover of the Congo in Africa,
which he ran with great violence against native peoples.
Outwork: The 19th century process of having some aspects of individual work done outsi