Unit 6 Study Guide – The Rise of Nationalism & Anti-Colonial Movements Directions



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Unit 6 Study Guide – The Rise of Nationalism & Anti-Colonial Movements
Directions: Use resources from your notebook or World History textbook to answer the following questions. The Study Guide and Flow Chart are for a completion grade of 15 points and are due by: _________________________________________________________.


  1. What is industrialization? Define.



  1. What is nationalism? Define.



  1. What is modernization? Define.

The process of improving and updating transportation and communication systems.


  1. What is imperialism? Define.



  1. What is militarism? Define.



  1. After the Congress of Vienna in 1815, what did the country of Germany look like?



  1. How was the German empire united from 1866-1871? Which kingdom led the efforts? Describe the process.



  1. What figure was restored to power in the Meiji Restoration? Who lost power?



  1. During the Meiji Restoration, who did Japan model its reforms after?



  1. How could Japan be described prior to the Meiji Restoration?



  1. What happened to the territories of Alsace and Lorraine after the Franco-Prussian War?



  1. What happened to the Japanese military after the Meiji Restoration?



  1. What is New Imperialism? What are its features?



  1. What two nations had the largest colonial empires leading up to the 20th century?



  1. What was accomplished at the Berlin Conference of 1884?



  1. Why did war break out between the British and Chinese in 1839?



  1. What were the outcomes of the Treaty of Nanking? Who was it favorable to and whom did it punish?



  1. Which country colonized most of South Africa?



  1. What was the cause of the Haitian Revolution?



  1. What was the cause of the Zulu Wars?



  1. What was the cause of the Boxer Rebellion in China?



  1. What was the cause of the Sepoy Rebellion in India?



  1. Who was Toussaint L’ouverture?



  1. Why was Haiti an important colony to France?



  1. What was a mulottoe? Did they play a role in the Haitian Revolution?



  1. What was the result of the Sepoy Rebellion? Was India granted independence or not?



  1. Who was the victor in the Zulu Wars?



  1. As a result of the Boxer Rebellion, was the Qing government made stronger or weaker? How?



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