World Multiple Choice: World War IWorld Multiple Choice: World War I
Choose the best answer for each question and mark the corresponding letter on your scantron. 75 points
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Unit 6: nationalism and industrialization metternich BismarckUnit 6: nationalism and industrialization metternich Bismarck
European ideas and culture expressed a tension between objectivity and scientific realism on one hand, and subjectivity and individual expression on the other
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A western-Dominated World (Chapter 25 / Section 1) The New ImperialismA western-Dominated World (Chapter 25 / Section 1) The New Imperialism
Imperialism is the domination by one country of the political, economic, or cultural life of another country or region
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Chapter 15 The World in 1450: Changing Balance of World Power Chapter Outline SummaryChapter 15 The World in 1450: Changing Balance of World Power Chapter Outline Summary
Europe. The West was not a major power, but important changes were occurring within its civilization. Italy, Spain, and Portugal took new leadership roles
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Nationalist Movements, Decolonization, & Newly Independent NationsNationalist Movements, Decolonization, & Newly Independent Nations
Europe faced an unprecedented rebuilding effort and made a mockery of European claims of superior rationality and a racially ingrained capacity to rule
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The Essential Questions renaissanceThe Essential Questions renaissance
Compare and contrast the Northern Renaissance with the Mediterranean Renaissance?
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Which of the following hadWhich of the following had
Which of the following had not undergone its own wide-scale Industrial Revolution by 1900?
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World History 2 Focus QuestionsWorld History 2 Focus Questions
Compare and contrast how the Chinese and Japanese attempted to limit the influence of European merchants
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Unit 1 /2 – 8000 bce – 600 bce, 600 bce – 600 ce AfricaUnit 1 /2 – 8000 bce – 600 bce, 600 bce – 600 ce Africa
Compare and contrast life in foraging societies with life in agricultural societies after the Agricultural Revolution
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Ap exam essaysAp exam essays
Issues confronting Muslim leaders in S. Asia and N. Africa when defining nationalism
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God against the Gods: Monotheism versus PolytheismGod against the Gods: Monotheism versus Polytheism
Europe. The West has changed dramatically and is now pluralistic in religious ethos. The second half of the essay describes radical Islam and its challenge to civilization
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Submission to allah: muslim civilization bridges the worldSubmission to allah: muslim civilization bridges the world
That Islam is a monotheistic religion and a way of life that stresses the need to obey the will of Allah by practicing the Five Pillars of Islam and by following shari’ah law
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Moscow’s Soft Power StrategyMoscow’s Soft Power Strategy
Moscow continue to explain its objectives and the means of achieving them. With a clear vision and a confident moral authority, Russia is less likely to rely on coercion and tough talk in defending its interests abroad
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Islamic Fundamentalism Interactive Lecture Notes Prior to World War One, European Politics Played a large Role In The Middle EastIslamic Fundamentalism Interactive Lecture Notes Prior to World War One, European Politics Played a large Role In The Middle East
These were the dates that all imperial influences of France, Britain, and Russia left these Middle Eastern States
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Primary reading I. HistoryPrimary reading I. History
Batatu, H. (1978). The old social classes and the revolutionary movements of Iraq : a study of Iraq's old landed and commercial classes and of its Communists, Ba*thists, and Free Officers. Princeton, N. J.: Princeton University Press
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