AP World Chapter 34 and 35 Vocab
Singapore: Part of the British colony of Malaya with a mostly Chinese population; after World
War II emerged as a flourishing, independent city-state.
Douglas MacArthur: American commander during the war against Japan; hea
AP World Chapter 23 Vocab
Protoindustrialization: Preliminary shift away from an agricultural economy; workers
became full- or part-time producers who worked at home in a capitalist system in which
materials, work, orders, and sales depended on urban merc
Chapter 9 AP World Vocab
1. Justinian: 6th-century Byzantine emperor; failed to reconquer the western portions
of the empire; rebuilt Constantinople; codified Roman law.
Hagia Sophia: Great domed church constructed during the reign of Justinian.
Chapter 8 AP World Terms
1. Maghrib: Arabic term for western north Africa.
2. Sundiata: Created a unified state that became the Mali Empire; died in 1260.
3. Almoravids: A puritanical Islamic reform movement among the Berbers of
AP World Chapter 32 Vocab
Third World: The developing nations and regions, including Latin America.
Zapatistas: Armed guerrilla movement in the Chiapas region of Mexico in the 1990s.
NAFTA: North American Free Trade Agreement. Non-tariff policy between th
AP World Chapter 31 Vocab
Eastern Bloc: Soviet allies in eastern Europe, including Bulgaria, Poland, East Germany,
Czechoslovakia, Romania, and Hungary.
Harry Truman: U.S. president after Franklin Roosevelt in the early years of the cold war. His
AP World Chapter 28 Vocab
The Great War: Another name for World War I, used by Europeans until the advent of
World War II.
Kaiser Wilhelm II: German emperor in World War I; his aggressive foreign policy is often
blamed for starting the war.