Apeuro review: Points of Conflict in History Directions



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APEURO REVIEW: Points of Conflict in History

Directions: Review the following conflicts that set the tone for their ages. Briefly describe the main characters and the central conflict. Then identify the main characters, conflict, time, place, issues, and impact.

1. Woodrow Wilson vs. Georges Clemenceau


Time/Place:

Characters:

Conflict:

Issues:


Impact:

2. Otto von Bismarck vs. Napoleon III


Time/Place:

Characters:

Conflict:

Issues:


Impact:

3. Vladimir Lenin vs. Alexander Kerensky


Time/Place:

Characters:

Conflict:

Issues:


Impact:

4. Galileo Galilei vs. Pope Urban VII


Time/Place:

Characters:

Conflict:

Issues:

Impact:

5. Frederick the Great vs. Maria Theresa


Time/Place:

Characters:

Conflict:

Issues:

Impact:

6. Martin Luther vs. Charles V


Time/Place:

Characters:

Conflict:

Issues:

Impact:

7. Oliver Cromwell vs. Charles I


Time/Place:

Characters:

Conflict:

Issues:


Impact:

8. Harry S. Truman vs. Joseph Stalin


Time/Place:

Characters:

Conflict:

Issues:

Impact:

9. Philip II vs. Elizabeth I


Time/Place:

Characters:

Conflict:

Issues:

Impact:

10. Adolf Hitler vs. Neville Chamberlain


Time/Place:

Characters:

Conflict:

Issues:

Impact:

11. Count Metternich vs. Giuseppe Mazzini


Time/Place:

Characters:

Conflict:

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Impact:

12. Louis XIV vs. William of Orange


Time/Place:

Characters:

Conflict:

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Impact:




Arrange the 12 conflicts into chronological order.

Identify the conflict that preceded each item listed below.
1. Led to the first Communist state in history
2. Prevented the creation of the Universal Monarchy
3. Began the Protestant split from Roman Catholicism
4. Successfully dethroned the English monarchy
5. Challenged Church doctrine on the operation of the universe.
6. Created the unified German state
7. Established Prussian dominance in the German scene
8. Led to the break-up of the Left-Center coalition in WWII
9. Attempted to solve a problem of aggression with appeasement
10. Began the rise of the British empire and the decline of Spain
11. Created a conflict between two visions of peace, a conflict between an idealist and a cynic
12. Crated a clash between the Old Order and the new wave of nationalism destined to dominate modern times



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