Advanced Placement (AP) World History 1750 - Present Unit 6 – Revolutions Reshape the World, 1750-1870 Vocab ancien

regime Enlightenment The Social Contract Counter Enlightenment American Revolution Constitutional Convention French Revolution Three Estates System Bastille Estates General Declaration of the Rights of Man & the Citizen guillotine Reign of Terror Gens de couleur Congress of Vienna Revolutions of 1848 People Toussaint L’Ouverture Denis Diderot Jean-Jacques Rousseau John Locke Charles III (Spain) Catherine the Great (Russia) Frederick the Great (Russia) Benjamin Franklin George Washington Marie Antoinette Louis XVI Jacobins Girondists Maxmilien Robespierre Napoleon Bonaparte Klemens von Metternich Places Haiti (Saint Domingue) America France Europe

Chapter 21 Revolutionary Changes in the Atlantic World, 1750-1850

Chapter 22 The Early Industrial Revolution, 1760-1851

Industrial revolution Agricultural revolution mass production division of labor mechanization steam engine electric telegraph laissez faire mercantilism crystal palace positivism

Josiah Wedgwood Richard Arkwright James Watt Benjamin Disraeli Andrew Ure Mary Wollstonecraft

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1800-1890 Advanced Placement (AP) World History 1750 . and the New British Empire.Present Vocab People abolitionists Simon Bolivar acculturation Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla Women’s Rights Convention Jose Maria Morelos development Andrew Jackson underdevelopment Jose Antonio Paez Junta Central Benito Juarez Confederation of 1867 Techumseh personalist leaders Jose de San Martin Janissary Tanzimat Crimean War extraterritoriality pan-Slavism Decemberist revolt opium war Treaty of Nanking treaty ports most-favored-nation status Taiping Rebellion Sokoto Caliphate modernization “legitimate” trade recaptives nawabs sepoys Sepoy Rebellion durbars Indian Civil Service (ICS) Indian National Congress cholera sati clipper ships contracts of indenture Muhammad Ali Slavophiles Bannermen Cixi Zeng Guofan Places Latin America South America Spain Portugal North America Chapter 24 Land Empires in the Age of Imperialism. 1750-1870 Afrikaners Zulu Muhammad Ali Nguni British raj Maori Africa India British Empire . India.Chapter 23 State Building and Economic Transformation in the Americas. 1800-1870 Ottoman Empire Russian Empire China Chapter 25 Africa.

1850-1945 Vocab railroads submarine telegraph cables steel electricity Victorian Age separate spheres socialism labor unions liberalism Treaty of Kanagawa Meiji Restoration Social Darwinism pogroms Taiping Rebellion New Imperialism colonialism scramble for Africa Berlin Conference free-trade imperialism Battle of Omdurman People Commodore Matthew Perry Thomas Edison Emmiline Pankhurst Karl Marx Giuseppe Garibaldi Otto von Bismark Charles Darwin Empress Dowager Cixi Yamagata Aritomo Places United States Great Britain Italy Germany Japan Russia Austria-Hungary China Chapter 26 The New Power Balance. 1869-1914 Henry Morton Stanley King Leopold II Afrikaners Cecil Rhodes Emilio Aguinaldo Suez Canal Middle East Africa Central Asia Southeast Asia Central America Panama Canal .Advanced Placement (AP) World History 1750 .Present Unit 7 – Global Diversity and Dominance. 1850-1900 Chapter 27 The New Imperialism.

1929-1949 five-year plans Fascist party Long March gulags depression Fuhrer Mein Kampf lebensraum appeasement Communism blitzkrieg Stalingrad El Alamein Pearl Harbor Battle of Midway Hiroshima Auschwitz United States Europe Asia Pacific Ocean .Present Vocab Balfour Declaration Fourteen Points League of Nations Treaty of Versailles New Economic Policy (NEP) Guomindang mandate system nationalism entente stalemate Boxer Rebellion zaibatsu kibbutzim People Theodore Herzl Bolsheviks Vladimir Lenin Woodrow Wilson Sun Yat-sen Yuan Shikai Chiang Kai-shek Ataturk Margaret Sanger Max Planck Albert Einstein Sigmund Freud Wilbur & Orville Wright Franz Ferdinand Joseph Stalin Benito Mussolini Adolf Hitler Chiang Kai-shek Mao Zedong Nazis Places Western Front Europe Ottoman Empire Balkans Russia United States Chapter 28 The Crisis of the Imperial Order.Advanced Placement (AP) World History 1750 . 1900-1929 Chapter 29 The Collapse of the Old Order.

R.S.S. United States Vietnam Korea Europe Southeast Asia Africa Bolivia Middle East . 1945-1975 iron curtain Cold War North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Warsaw Pact United Nations (UN) World Bank Marshall Plan European Economic Community (Common Market) Korean War Vietnam War Cuban Missle Crisis Helsinki Accords nonaligned nation Third World Cultural Revolution Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Cuba U. African National Congress ahimsa Africa. satyagraha 1900-1949 harijan Mexican Revolution favelas oligarquia descamisados Chapter 30 People Mohamdas K. Gandhi Jawaharlal Nehru Muhammad Ali Jinnah Haile Selassie Emiliano Zapata Francisco “Pancho” Willa Juan Peron Eva Peron Maharajahs Lazaro Cardenas Hipolito Irigoyen Getulio Vargas Fidel Castro Nikita Khrushchev Richard Nixon Ho Chi Minh Kwame Nkrumah Che Guevara Places India Africa Mexico Argentina Brazil Chapter 31 The Cold War and Decolonization.Present Vocab Indian National Congress All-India Muslim League Striving for Independence: India.Advanced Placement (AP) World History 1750 . and Latin America.

Bush Barack Obama Places Tiananmen Square Latin America Asia Middle East United States Middle East India Iraq Afghanistan Asia .Advanced Placement (AP) World History 1750 .Present Vocab proxy wars Dirty war The End of the Cold War and the neo-liberalism keiretsu Challenge of Economic Asian Tigers Development and Immigration. newly industrialized economies 1975-2000 (NIEs) perestroika glasnost Solidarity ethnic cleansing demographic transition Chapter 32 Chapter 33 New Challenges in a New Millennium globalization World Trade Organization (WTO) weapons of mass destruction (WMD) terrorism Universal Declaration of Human Rights nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) cultural imperialism global pop culture global elite culture People Salvador Allende Sandinistas Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini Saddam Husain Deng Xiaoping Mikhail Gorbachev Thomas Malthus Agusto Pinochet Mohammad Reza Pahlavi Lech Walesa Nicolae Ceausescu Vaclav Havel Usama bin Laden George W.