Ap World History Essay

837 words - 4 pages

Lost Generation

Einstein
Sigmund Freud
Heisenberg

Depression
Causes
Overproduction
Reparations Payments
Reason for falling prices of agricultural products
Black Tuesday

John Maynard Keynes

Russian Civil War
War Communism
Stalin

Fascism in Europe
Hitler
Mussolini

Germany
Nuremberg Laws
Kristallnacht

India
Indian National Congress
Influence of League of Nations and Woodrow Wilson
Pakistan (land of the pure)
Gandhi's Methods
Improve position of harijan
Boycotts
Passive Resistance
Economic Self Sufficiency
India Act
Tennants
Reasons for failure
Muhammad Ali Jinnah

China
May 4th Movement
Soviet Influence of Chinese Communist Party
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Identify and discuss the Meiji reforms
What was the most significant loss for the Ottomans? Egypt
Who was Egyptian leader that overthrew Ottoman control?
Who were the Young Ottomans
What were the principles of the Young Turks?
What were reasons for social reforms in Russia?
What was the consequences of the Crimean War? The treaty of Paris was written
Who emancipated the Russian serfs; with what consequences?
What are zemstovs and who created them? Concile officials that dealt with affairs after serfdoms were gotten rid of
Who pushed for Russian industrialization?
How did Nicholas II rule Russia?
What was the decisive battle in the Russo-Japanese War?
What treay ended the Opium War?
Who was the Society of Righteous and Harmonious Fist?
What was the Self Strengthening Movement?
Who were the participatns, and what were the results of the Boxer Rebellion

Ch. 32 Study Guide Questions Questions

Chapter 32: The Building of Global Empires
Learning Objectives
When you have finished studying this chapter, you should be able to do the following:
Identify and explain the motives of modern imperialism and colonialism.
Identify key technologies used by modern imperialists to create their empires.
Compare and contrast the British empire in India with other imperial ventures in central and southeast Asia.
Explain the origins, course, and legacy of the scramble for Africa.
Explain the development of European colonial outposts in Oceania and the Pacific Ocean.
Outline U.S. imperialism in Latin America and the Pacific.
Explain the key events that led to Japan’s creation of an east Asian empire.
Explain the economic and social changes generated by modern imperialism, including extensive labor migrations.
Explain the impact of colonial policies on...

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