Name _______________ Date _________ PerFrench Revolution Study Guide French Revolution: Textbook p.
217-227; Napoleon 218-233 (1) Causes of the French Revolution (2) Movie Notes & Phases of the French Revolution (3) Napoleon Introduction Notes (4) Napoleon Museum Walk Notes 1st estate2nd estate3rd estateOld RegimeKing Louis XVI (16th)Marie AntoinetteEstates GeneralNational AssemblyTennis Court Oath Declaration of the Rights of Man Storming of the BastilleGreat FearReign of TerrorElimination of the ChurchGuillotineCorsica Coup d etatLyceesNational Bank Louisiana TerritoryMeritocracy Napoleonic CodeBlockade of EnglandPeninsular WarGuerilla Warfare Scorched-Earth PolicyCongress of ViennaBalance of power Restoration of MonarchiesNationalismExilePossible Short Answer- French Revolution (1) Explain the causes of the French Revolution (W.E.A.P.S.) and the immediate cause of the French Revolution. (2) How did Robespierre justify the use of terror? Is their validity to his argument? (3) There is a saying Revolution devour their own children. What evidence from the French Revolution supports this statement? (4) Should the French Revolution be considered a success?
Napoleon Short Answer-answer on separate sheet of paper. (1) What techniques did Napoleon utilize in war to make him successful? (2) Why did Napoleon ultimately fail? (Make sure to mention his three mistakes!) (3) What was the long-term impact of Napoleon on Europe? (4) Was Napoleon a hero of the French Revolution or a villain? (5) Were the goals of the revolution achieved under Napoleon? Study Guide :New World Independence Movements p. 248-252, 382-383 (1) Important Papers: New World Revolution Chart Jean Jacques DessalinesMiguel HidalgoJose de San Martin Gran Colombia Caudillo Dom Pedro IToussaint L OuvertureJose Morelos Agustin Iturbide Dom Pedro II Simon BolivarPeninsulares CreolesMestizoMulattoesMercantilism(1) Why did the independence movements fail to bring equality to the people? Haiti: South America: Mexico: Brazil: (2) What political and economic problems continue after independence in all the former colonies? Political: Economic: Social: (3) In what ways was the Haitian revolution unique? - Only revolution started by _______________ - Second independent nation in the New World (behind US), but it gives inspiration in more than idea but also __________________________________________________________________ - Only nation to pay for its independence (____ billion dollars in today s money!) (4) Why did Simon Bolivar s dream of a Gran Colombia fall apart?
Industrial Revolution (1) Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in England Graphic Organizer (2) Industrial Revolution HW Chart (3) Capitalism, Communism, Socialism (4) Textbook: 283-307 Assembly Line Karl Marx Adam Smith Robert Owen Communism Capitalism SocialismPossible Short Answer (1) Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in England? (2) How did the Industrial Revolution improve and harm life? Imperialism Notes (1) Imperialism Introduction Notes (2) Types of Imperialism Notes (3) Types of Imperialism Activity (4) Rabbit Proof Fence Activity (5) Imperialism Quiz (6) Imperialism in India (7) Indian Independence (8) China v. Japan Imperialism (9) Textbook: 339- 361 Imperialism in Africa Scramble for Africa Berlin Conference White Man's Burden Need for Markets Diamonds Raw Materials Balance of Power Nationalism Maxim Machine Gun Leopold II Menelik II Indirect ControlDirect ControlSphere of InfluenceCorporate ImperialismScramble for AfricaQuinine
Imperialism in Australia AssimilationPaternalismImperialism in India AurangzebSepoysZamindarsViceroy Voting Restrictions Muslim Reserved Seats Jewel of the CrownSepoy MutinyKnife of sugarGandhiNoncooperation MovementBoycottSalt MarchIndian National CongressMuslim LeaguePartition(1) Why was Ethiopia able to resist imperial rule? Consider (a) Religion (b) Modernization (c) Weapons/Defense (d) Leadership (e) Nationalism (2) How did Aborigines resist assimilation and why did some cooperate with assimilation? (3) How did Japan and China react to imperialism?
WWI : Study from these notes and Chapter 13 of your textbook (p.405-429) (1) Causes of WWI Notes (2) Events & Battles of WWI Notes (3) Propaganda Notes (4) Effects of WWI Notes (5) Treaty of Versailles notes Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism GavriloPrincip Franz Ferdinand Slav Triple Entente ± Triple AllianceSchlieffen Plan Western Front Stalemate
Eastern Front Trench Warfare Unrestricted Submarine Warfare Zimmerman Note Propaganda Total WarArmisticeRacial discriminationPost-war disillusionmentSuffrage Treaty of VersaillesSelf-determinationReparationsWar GuiltExplain the significance of these dates: -1914- Start of _________, met with great ____________ and thoughts that it would end quickly -1917- _________ leaves war, _____________ enters -1918- End of WWI, met with great disillusionment and changes to society Major countries that composed the Allies 1 _____________ 2 _________________ 3 ______________(leaves in 1917) 4 _______________ 5 __________ joins 1914 b/c they were promised _______________________ 6_____ * switches sides in 1915 b/c they were promised 7 ________ joins in 1917 because they wanted revenge for _____________________ 8) Their colonies Major countries that composed the Central Powers 1 ______________ 2 _______________ 3 __________ * switches sides 1915 4 ________________ 5 Their colonies
Short Answer Questions- Be prepared to write a high school paragraph on any of these questions. (1) Explain how the 4 M.A.I.N. long-term causes of WWI made Europeans want war. (2) How did the murder of one man cause WWI? Use all these terms« -Franz Ferdinand -GavriloPrincip -Nationalism -Alliances (3) Describe the conditions of the trenches and the impact it had on soldiers fighting the war. (4) How did the Industrial Revolution change the technology of war and what consequence did this have on how war was fought? (5) How was WWI different than any war before it? (6) How was propaganda used to gain the people¶s support of a ³total war´ and what lasting effects did this have on society? Consider« a) techniques used to manipulate people b) what it wanted men, women, and children to do to support the war c) lasting effects (7) Why did the Allies win the war? (8) Discuss 3 social impacts of WWI. (9) What problems existed with the Treaty of Versailles?
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Textbook 463-519 Totalitarianism Notes League of Nations Notes Events Timeline
Great DepressionHyperinflation FascismMussoliniAdolf Hitler NazismMein KampfLebensraumTojo HidekiEmperor HirohitoShintoismStalin5 year plansCollectivizationGreat PurgeAppeasementAxis PowersNonagression PactBlitzkriegInvasion of Poland Fall of FranceBattle of BritainEastern FrontPearl HarborIsland HoppingKamikaze D-Day InvasionBattle of the Bulge Holocaust Radar Enigma Charles de Gaulle19391945Atomic Bomb Possible Short Answer Questions (1) Why did the new democratic governments fall? (2) What mistakes did Hitler make in WWII? (3) What new technology &war strategies were invented in WWII?