Chapter 20 Outline Part II: Revolution, Economic Instability, and Fascism 472-492
1. Describe the political changes of Russia and China from 1914-1945.
Revolutionary forces overcame traditional monarchies. The Russian Tsar was gone by 1917
and the Chinese
Wood Book Unit One and Two Notes
The development of agriculture and early communities: 8000 BCE
Earliest civilizations: 3500 BCE to 600 CE
Humans didnt interact much because change occurred at different rates all of
The study of population is
Religion and Science 1450-1750
When Christianity spread to the new world and the Philippines, it became a world religion
Science was a new and competing worldview, and for some, it became almost a new religion
Europeans are not
April 12, 2016
-2012: Analyze continuities and changes in trade networks between
Africa and Eurasia from circa 300 to 1450 CE.
There were many continuities and changes in the trade networks between Africa
Chapter 15 Notes
The compass allows sailors to maintain a sense of direction no matter the
how unfamiliar the environment is.
The compass was developed by the Chinese as early as the 1 st century,
possibly during the tang dynasty.
It is believed that th
Chapter 20 Wood Text: WWII
1. List the various causes of WWII that didnt officially start until 1939:
The war was caused by tensions between the countries after World War One because the
tensions never cleared up. Some of the causes were global, like the
Period 6: Chapter 21 Outline- The Three Worlds 1945-1991
Wood Chapter 21: Part 2 Pages 512-536.
Why did decolonizaton happen in two waves, first after WWII to about 1962,
and then again in the mid-1970s to the mid 1990s?
Wave 1: Revolutions in the America
Chapter 14 Notes
Europeans had to force themselves into Indian ocean trade
European efforts to the Indian ocean trade was motivated by the desire of
Many European places became centers of international commerce s