A. Two Revolutions: American and French
THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Impacted the world.
French and Indian War = the Sevens Years War
The Stamp Act and the Tea Act caused colonist in American to rebel
against the British because of unfair treatments and no tax
B. Russia Out of Isolation
Ivan IV became Ivan the terrible. Very strong leader but became paranoid.
He killed his own son fearing he would take his power.
Ivan said that peasants had to obtained their own land back, the Cossacks
were strong peasants.
A. Revolutions in European though and Expression:
By the 1300s Christianity had been the religion for a thousand years. The
Feudal system had dominated the political and social structures for
five hundred years.
Scholasticism exposed Europeans not only to
Karl Marx believed that capitalism was holding factories and people down
and avoiding growth.
In the The Communist Manifesto Marx and Friedrich Engels wrote that
the working class would eventually revolt take control of the means of
. Lost of Independence Movements: Latin America.
France was weak and Pierre Toussaint LOuverture, a former slave,
decided to rebel. Toussaint was captured but his lieutenant, Jacques
Dessalines, proclaimed Haiti a free Republic in 1804, thus Haiti
D. Japanese Imperialism
In 1853, Commodore Matthew Perry. (he has the same name as the guy
from friends hahahah) from the United States arrived in Japan with a
steamboat, the Japanese were surprised to see the technology that they
have missed out and deci
A. Industrial Revolution:
Industrial revolution Spread from Britain to the rest of the world.
AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION PARTII
Agriculture output increased because high-yield crops were introduced to
Europe from the colonies in the New World, farmers starte
B. European Imperialism in India
Mughal decline open a door for other empires to enter into India, most
importantly it was the British that entered India.
Robert Clive used troops from the British India Company used troops to
slowly conquer India. (yes it
B. European Exploration and Expansion: Empires of the Wind
Advances in navigation, ship-building and the development of gunpowder
weapons allowed for increase sea travel.
In 1497, Vasco de Gama rounded the Cape of Good Hope, explored the
east African king
By banning the sale of indulgences, consulting more frequently with
bishops and parishes, and training its priests to live the Catholic life
instead merely preaching is, the Catholic Church regained some of its
A. European Rivals
SPAIN AND PORTUGAL
Spain: Ferdinand and Isabella had along-term impact on cultural world
developments-they ensures the survival and expansion of the Spanish
language and culture, including Roman Catholicism, by extending
them across the