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  1. 20th Century: Women’s Rights • Early crusaders for women’s reproductive rights. A.MargaretSanger B.MarieStoopes C. Virginia Woolf D. A and B E. All of theabove Notecard

  2. 20th Century: Women’s Rights • Early crusaders for women’s reproductive rights. D. A and B, Margaret Sanger & Marie Stoopes Notecard

  3. World War I • One of the treaties of Paris (1919) that ended WWI. It incensed Germans because of its harsh terms for reparations, territory, and control. Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle B. Treaty of Versailles C. Treaty of Fontainebleau D. Treaty of the Pyrenees E. Treaty of Berlin Notecard

  4. World War I • One of the treaties of Paris (1919) that ended WWI. It incensed Germans because of its harsh terms for reparations, territory, and control. B. Treaty of Versailles Notecard

  5. Post-Napoleonic Europe • Conservative Austrian leader, who, as representative of royal family at the Congress of Vienna, led the reactionary forces in shaping the early 19th century. ViscountCastlereagh B. Frederick William III C. PrienceMetternich D. Karl Sand E. Charles II Notecard

  6. Post-Napoleonic Europe • Conservative Austrian leader, who, as representative of royal family at the Congress of Vienna, led the reactionary forces in shaping the early 19th century. C. PrienceMetternich Notecard

  7. Renaissance • 19th century historian who formulated the concept that the Renaissance was a “rebirth” of “resurgence” of classical humanism. A. Jacob Burkhardt B. CesareBeccaria C. Moses Mendelsohn D. Denis Diderot E. Voltaire Notecard

  8. Renaissance • 19th century historian who formulated the concept that the Renaissance was a “rebirth” of “resurgence” of classical humanism. A. Jacob Burkhardt Notecard

  9. Periods of History • Period between the collapse of the Roman Empire and the Renaissance, dating approximately 476-1450. Middle Ages B. The Age of Romanticism C. The Enlightenment D. Great Depression E. French Revolution Notecard

  10. Periods of History • Period between the collapse of the Roman Empire and the Renaissance, dating approximately 476-1450. Middle Ages Notecard

  11. Reformation • Practice of the Roman Catholic Church in the Middle Ages wherein Church leaders sold high Church positions. This practice was used to gain power for sons who would not inherit family wealth and land because of birth order. Pluralism B. Nepotism C. Absenteeism D. Indulgences E. Simony Notecard

  12. Reformation • Practice of the Roman Catholic Church in the Middle Ages wherein Church leaders sold high Church positions. This practice was used to gain power for sons who would not inherit family wealth and land because of birth order. E. Simony Notecard

  13. Life in the Middle Ages • Epidemic that broke out in 1347 due to growing urbanization and unsanitary conditions. It spread along major trade routes, and may have killed nearly 30% of Europeans between 1347-51. Smallpox B. Yellow Fever C. Black Death D. Cholera E. Malaria Notecard

  14. Life in the Middle Ages • Epidemic that broke out in 1347 due to growing urbanization and unsanitary conditions. It spread along major trade routes, and may have killed nearly 30% of Europeans between 1347-51. C. Black Death Notecard

  15. Growth of Nations • War between England and France. King Edward III claimed the French throne despite France’s appointment of Philip VI of Flanders as King. France officially won the war and expelled the English from all French lands except Calais. War of Spanish Succession B. Hundred Years’ War C. Seven Year’sWar D. War of theFirstCoalition E. ThirtyYear’sWar Notecard

  16. Growth of Nations • War between England and France. King Edward III claimed the French throne despite France’s appointment of Philip VI of Flanders as King. France officially won the war and expelled the English from all French lands except Calais. B. Hundred Years’ War Notecard

  17. Growth of Nations • War between the York and Lancaster houses in England for control of the English crown. The white rose symbolized the York House and the red rose symbolized the Lancaster House. War of the Roses B. Seven Year’s War C. English Civil War D. Boer War E. Thirty Year’s War Notecard

  18. Growth of Nations • War between the York and Lancaster houses in England for control of the English crown. The white rose symbolized the York House and the red rose symbolized the Lancaster House. War of the Roses Notecard

  19. Growth of Nations • ___ and ___ married in 1479, which united Aragon and Castille into one Spanish nation. During their reign, they captured Granada from the Moors in 1492, took powers away from the Church courts and Spanish nobility, and forcibly united Spain along a Catholic identity through the Inquisition. Mary I and Phillip II B.Ferdinandof Argon & Isabella of Castille C. Napoleon and Marie D. Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn E. Nicolas I and Charlotte Notecard

  20. Growth of Nations • ___ and ___ married in 1479, which united Aragon and Castille into one Spanish nation. During their reign, they captured Granada from the Moors in 1492, took powers away from the Church courts and Spanish nobility, and forcibly united Spain along a Catholic identity through the Inquisition. B.Ferdinandof Aragon & Isabella of Castille Notecard

  21. Growth of Nations • Holy Roman Emperor elected in 1273. He began a long line of Hapsburg emperors. His marriage caused the HRE to gain the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Burgundy. A. Pius IX B. Leo X C.Maximilian I D. Alexander VI E. Charles V Notecard

  22. Growth of Nations • Holy Roman Emperor elected in 1273. He began a long line of Hapsburg emperors. His marriage caused the HRE to gain the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Burgundy. C.Maximilian I Notecard

  23. Nation Building • Political affiliation of Germanic and central European city states and principalities to perpetuate Latin Christendom. Did not include England and France. Emperors after the 14th century were elected 7 electors representing the clergy and important participants. A. Holy Alliance B. Holy Roman Empire C. Weimar Republic D. Triple Entente E. Little Entente Notecard

  24. Nation Building • Political affiliation of Germanic and central European city states and principalities to perpetuate Latin Christendom. Did not include England and France. Emperors after the 14th century were elected 7 electors representing the clergy and important participants. B. Holy Roman Empire Notecard

  25. World War I • The heir of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. He was assassinated in Sarajevo in 1914. This event sparked a series of actions that led to the beginning of WWI. Metternich B. GavriloPrincip C. Franz Ferdinand D. William II E. James II Notecard

  26. World War I • The heir of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. He was assassinated in Sarajevo in 1914. This event sparked a series of actions that led to the beginning of WWI. C. Franz Ferdinand Notecard

  27. Industrial Revolution • This term refers to the 2nd wave of the late-18th century industrial movement, which was focused generally in the U.S. and Germany. This involved heavy industry and innovations such as mass production. Agricultural Revolution B. Great Depression C. Scientific Revolution D. Second Industrial Revolution E. First Industrial Revolution Notecard

  28. Industrial Revolution • This term refers to the 2nd wave of the late-18th century industrial movement, which was focused generally in the U.S. and Germany. This involved heavy industry and innovations such as mass production. D. Second Industrial Revolution Notecard

  29. Imperialism • In 1898, England and France almost came to war over Fashoda, located in Sudan. The area was of no economic or political importance. This incident illustrated the dangers of imperialism, in that European nations were willing to fight over useless territory. A. Sepoy Mutiny B. Boer War C. First Moroccan Crisis D.Bosnian Crisis E. Fashoda Incident Notecard

  30. Imperialism • In 1898, England and France almost came to war over Fashoda, located in Sudan. The area was of no economic or political importance. This incident illustrated the dangers of imperialism, in that European nations were willing to fight over useless territory. E. Fashoda Incident Notecard

  31. Imperialism • England’s successful efforts to force China to allow the sale of opium in China, beginning in1839. China’s imperial government opposed the sale, but England’s forces were too strong. England’s colony, India, was a major source of opium and needed markets for the supply it produced. War of 1812 B. Indian War C. Russo-Japanese War D. Opium War E. Sepoy Mutiny Notecard

  32. Imperialism • England’s successful efforts to force China to allow the sale of opium in China, beginning in1839. China’s imperial government opposed the sale, but England’s forces were too strong. England’s colony, India, was a major source of opium and needed markets for the supply it produced. D. Opium War Notecard

  33. Post-World War I: Europe • The name of Germany’s fledgling post-World War I democracy. Named for the seat of government, it was beset by social and economic problems and ended with the election of Hitler. National Government B. Holy Alliance C. Weimar Republic D. First Republic E. Reichstag Notecard

  34. Post-World War I: Europe • The name of Germany’s fledgling post-World War I democracy. Named for the seat of government, it was beset by social and economic problems and ended with the election of Hitler. C. Weimar Republic Notecard

  35. World War II • The phrase used by the Nazis for their goal of exterminating all the Jews of Europe. An estimated 6 of the 11 million European Jews were murdered. A. Final Solution B. Purification C. Eradication D. Genocide E. Reinigung Notecard

  36. World War II • The phrase used by the Nazis for their goal of exterminating all the Jews of Europe. An estimated 6 of the 11 million European Jews were murdered. A. Final Solution Notecard

  37. Post-Napoleonic Europe • Bourbon King of France. ___ was restored to power by the Congress of Vienna. His conservative actions prompted his overthrow in 1830. Henry IV B. Phillip V C. Louis XIV D. Louis XIII E. Charles X Notecard

  38. Post-Napoleonic Europe • Bourbon King of France. ___ was restored to power by the Congress of Vienna. His conservative actions prompted his overthrow in 1830. E. Charles X Notecard

  39. World War I • The British passenger ship torpedoes by the Germans in 1914, who claimed munitions were on board. Over 1000 died, including Americans, and this event helped turn American opinion against Germany. A. Lusitania B. Panther C. S.S Bernice D. Santa Maria E. Pequod Notecard

  40. World War I • The British passenger ship torpedoes by the Germans in 1914, who claimed munitions were on board. Over 1000 died, including Americans, and this event helped turn American opinion against Germany. A. Lusitania Notecard

  41. World War II • This marked the beginning of overtly violent Nazi attacks against the Jewish population in Germany. Holocaust B. Kristallnacht NurembergLaws D. WorldWar II E. WorldWar I Notecard

  42. World War II • This marked the beginning of overtly violent Nazi attacks against the Jewish population in Germany. B. Kristallnacht Notecard

  43. World War II • Political and economic movement that emphasizes nationalism and militarism with a state-controlled economy. ______ was linked to the political parties that controlled Germany and Italy before and during World War II. Personal rights are limited and obedience to the state is paramount. Militarism B. Communism C. Nazism D. Fascism E. Socialism Notecard

  44. World War II • Political and economic movement that emphasizes nationalism and militarism with a state-controlled economy. ______ was linked to the political parties that controlled Germany and Italy before and during World War II. Personal rights are limited and obedience to the state is paramount. D. Fascism Notecard

  45. World War II • Fascist leader of Italy. Originally a Socialist, he was an early member of the Black Shirts. He led the overthrow of the Italian government in 1922 and led Italy through World War II. Garibaldi B.Mussolini C. Mazzini D. Cavour E. Trotsky Notecard

  46. World War II • Fascist leader of Italy. Originally a Socialist, he was an early member of the Black Shirts. He led the overthrow of the Italian government in 1922 and led Italy through World War II. B.Mussolini Notecard

  47. Industrial Revolution • The process of producing a large number of items quickly using an assembly line. Numerous identical items could be quickly and cheaply produced. Modern factory systems of production developed in the mid-19th century as a result. A. Mass Production B. Confection C. Proletarianization D. Mechanization E. Industrialization Notecard

  48. Industrial Revolution • The process of producing a large number of items quickly using an assembly line. Numerous identical items could be quickly and cheaply produced. Modern factory systems of production developed in the mid-19th century as a result. A. Mass Production Notecard

  49. Post-World War II • ___ Signed in 1972 between the U.S. and USSR. This agreement limited the number of missiles in each nation and led to the SALT II discussions and a slowdown of the arms race between the two countries. Truman Doctrine B. Warsaw Pact C. SALT I D. Test Ban Treaty E. Maastricht Treaty Notecard

  50. Post-World War II • ___ Signed in 1972 between the U.S. and USSR. This agreement limited the number of missiles in each nation and led to the SALT II discussions and a slowdown of the arms race between the two countries. C. SALT I Notecard