German Unification 1815-1890
The Situation in Germany in 1789
In 1789 Germany did not exist as a country in the sense of being a unified political state.
o 22 million Germans were divided into 314 states of varying sizes.
o Another 1400 towns, cities and
Italian Unification (1789-1896)
Italy in 1796
Nice, Savoy, Piedmont are all controlled by the King of Sardinia
Lombardy is the wealthiest nation in the Italian territory at the same time
Venetia is the second wealthiest nation in the Italian territory
Bismarcks Domestic and Foreign Policies
Station One: The Liberal Era 1871-1879
1. What were the positive outcomes of Bismarcks relations with the National
a. National system of currency was introduced, Reichsban
Stalins Economic Policies Reading notes:
Make the USSR as powerful as a country of its size
Demonstrate that the USSR is the leading nation
Stalin needed agricultural support gained by the
exportation of crops but there wasnt enough crop
The Three goals of a healthy economy are to:
Grow, have high employment, and have price
To do this, governments monitor the
economy and regulate it to the best of their
Completely natural for an economy to have
World War 1
Because the war did not threaten American
lives or property, the nation decided to remain
In 1914, the majority of naturalized American
citizens sympathized with both sides of the
war due to common
It shows the difference between the nations exports and imports, based on economic activity
of the year.
Otherwise the raw goods would cause a double count of a single product.
Consumer sector, government sector, Investment sector, net imports.
Banks and thrifts are important, touch everyone, and theyre systemic.
Federal Open Market Committee
has a federal district bank, which is set up as a corporation owned by its member banks,
includes 25 Federal Reserve banks. 12 districts accor
What is imperialism?- the belief
o The policy in which stronger nations extended their economic, political, or military
control over weaker territories
o Imperialism by the start of the 20th century was a global trend
o US policymake
The gap of GDP causes everyday life to be more difficult because they do not have as much
value and resources.
Lack of modern technology or medicine.
3. There can be no exchange of land and the ambiguity around the rights causes little action to
o As pictured at left, the ranchers living in Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado would
make varying lengths of trips across the expanse of their territories to reach
these railroad depots. Ranchers moving into the Dakotas, Wyoming, and
Post War Reconstruction 1866-1877-1892
Why reconstruction matters?
o American Civil War ended in April 1865 w Union
o North and South faced the challenge of reunion
o Political decisions made in the following decades helped shape the
Apartheid in South Africa 1948-1964
Nature and Characteristics of Discrimination
What were origins of racial discrimination in South Africa?
How was the population divided and segregated?
Why and how was communism suppressed?
The Cold War Begins DBQ
Task: Examine each document carefully and answer the questions that follow.
Document 1: This is an excerpt from Winston Churchills Iron Curtain speech, March 5,
From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron c
Is it ever okay to attack civilians during wartime?
If yes, under what circumstances? If no, why not?
All Stalin, Hitler, and Mussolini didn't see "civilians"
France falls to Germany
In April of 1940, Italy declares war on France in order to help protect
1949: Israel becomes a country
1950-53: Korean War
1954-1970: Civil Right Movement
1960-1965: Vietnam War
May 19, 2016: Cold War
U.S.S.R: Union of Soviet Socialists Republic
Ideology: A set of theories and principles about how society works and should wor
Economic Troubles for the Nation
Industries in trouble
Railroads lose business to new forms of transportation (trucks, buses, private cars)
Us textile mills face stiff competition from foreign nations such as Japan, India, and China
Coal Mining was faced
When was the dictator born?
Where was the dictator born? (be specific)
What country or countries did he eventually rule (be specific)
What was his early life like?
What sorts of jobs did he have before becoming the mass murderer dictator?
How did he rise
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the action (generally illegal) or
advertising goods that are an apparent
bargain, with the intention of substituting
interior or more expensive goods.
For example, used car dealerships
advertise extremely low prices on vehicles
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