When the Periphery Became More Central: From Colonial Pact to Liberal Nationalism in Brazil and Mexico, 1800-1914 IntroductionWhen the Periphery Became More Central: From Colonial Pact to Liberal Nationalism in Brazil and Mexico, 1800-1914 Introduction
When the Periphery Became More Central: From Colonial Pact to Liberal Nationalism in Brazil and Mexico, 1800-1914
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Outline Chapter 26: The New Power Balance, 1850–1900Outline Chapter 26: The New Power Balance, 1850–1900
By 1850, the first railroads had proved so successful that every industrializing country began to build railroad lines. Railroad building in Britain, France, Germany, Canada, Russia, Japan
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Review of Books September 19, 1996 Review Why the Balkans Are So ViolentReview of Books September 19, 1996 Review Why the Balkans Are So Violent
World War. In July 1991, Karlovac was again a front-line town, this time just inside Croatian-held territory. The hospital was perilously close to the now-defunct Republic of Serbian Krajina, the Serbian enclave inside Croatia
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Ap euro Spring 2010 lmhs montaigne McKay 27 Study Outline The Great Break: War and RevolutionAp euro Spring 2010 lmhs montaigne McKay 27 Study Outline The Great Break: War and Revolution
The Three Emperors' League (Austria, Russia, and Germany) was created in 1873 to maintain the status quo; this was followed by an Austrian-German Alliance of 1879 and the Alliance of the Three Emperors in 1881
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The Balkan Wars The First Balkan WarThe Balkan Wars The First Balkan War
Bulgaria, Serbia, Montenegro, and Greece (joined together in the Balkan League) in a war against the Ottoman Empire in 1912
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To what extent was Austrian and Russian rivalry in the Balkans to blame for the outbreak of the First World War?To what extent was Austrian and Russian rivalry in the Balkans to blame for the outbreak of the First World War?
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Summary of Events Leading to World War I: Four CrisesSummary of Events Leading to World War I: Four Crises
First Moroccan Crisis (1905-1906), First Balkan Crisis (1908), Second Moroccan Crisis (1911), and Second Balkan Crisis (1912-1913). What were the results of these four crises?
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8 Reasons Why Rome Fell By Evan Andrews8 Reasons Why Rome Fell By Evan Andrews
Empire. While just how—and when—the Empire fell remains a subject of ongoing debate, certain theories have emerged as the most popular explanations for Western Rome’s decline and disintegration
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The arguments in favor of the historic centre of vienna as a world heritage site the historical, architectural and cultural valuesThe arguments in favor of the historic centre of vienna as a world heritage site the historical, architectural and cultural values
The Historic Center of Vienna represents an unique urban monument of the most outstanding universal value from both the historical and architectural point of view
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Wwi glossary of TermsWwi glossary of Terms
An agreement made between two or more countries to give each other help if it is needed
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Building a german nationBuilding a german nation
Otto von Bismark spoke to the Germany’s parliament and delivered his “Blood and iron” speech that set the tone for the nations unification. That Prussia was to be its head in this move
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Section 3-Opposition to Bismarck Problems for the EmpireSection 3-Opposition to Bismarck Problems for the Empire
Social Democratic Party formed in 1869 by 1877 had 12 members in the Reichstag + ½ million votes
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1. By about 1875, liberal issues and proposals which had formed the basis of the unsuccessful revolutions of 18481. By about 1875, liberal issues and proposals which had formed the basis of the unsuccessful revolutions of 1848
C had been instituted with conservative statesmen in control of European governments
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Nationalism Conflict I. Unification of Germany (Nationalism)Nationalism Conflict I. Unification of Germany (Nationalism)
Otto von Bismarck – he was appointed chancellor of Prussia. Over the next decade he guided German unification. Bismarck was loyal to the Prussian King. Unification was a means to make the Prussian King, William I
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The british geo-political game during wwi and the controversy over the battle of sommeThe british geo-political game during wwi and the controversy over the battle of somme
The Germans were well-prepared for a two-front war, against France and Russia. Their highly efficient rail network offered them the option of a rapid transfer of troops from one front to the other
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