AP European History Chapters 23-24 Flashcards

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AP European History Chapters 23-24 Flashcards

Mr. Goldstein's Spring 2010 AP European History Class.  Jeopardy Flashcards For Chapters 23-24.

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This mystic influenced the Czar and his wife
 
Rasputin
This pope talked of laws to protect workers
 
Leo XIII
In Science Fiction he wrote The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds
 
H.G. Wells
He developed Zionism
 
Herzl
This Russian Finance Minister was determined to turn Russia into an industrial power
 
Witte
In literature she wanted role models for women
 
Virginia Woolf
This type of writing rejected the Romantic idealization of nature and portrayed the dark side of life
 
Realism
A master of the Realistic Novel, This writer took a leading role in the defense of Alfred Dreyfus
 
Emile Zola
This type of literature was critical of middle class society and morality
 
Modernism
These artists: Monet, Manet, Renoir, and Degas painted in this style
 
Impressionism
The analysis of neurotic behavior is
 
psychoanalysis
This profession dominated by women was generally legalized on the continent
 
Prostitution
He developed the ideas of Social Darwinism
 
Spencer
Women's talents were disregarded as they were limited to the roles of wife and mother
 
Cult of Domesticity
A philosophy of human intellectual development that culminated in science
 
Positivism
The Russian Legislature
 
Duma
In Russia, workers' councils
 
Soviets
Prosperous peasant farmers in Russia
 
Kulaks
In Russia 1905 when troops fired on workers - this was called
 
Bloody Sunday
Bolsheviks versus the
 
Mensheviks
He examined the psychic phenomena of dreams
 
Freud
He developed a theory on which time and space exist not separately, but rather as a combined continuum
 
Einstein
He proclaimed the coming of the (├╝bermensch), which sought a return to heroism from the Homeric Age.
 
Nietzche
He portrayed Christianity as a religion that glorified weakness rather than the strength life requires
 
Nietzche
Freud's model of the internal organization of the mind was of conflict among three entities
 
id, superego, ego
He wrote On the Origin of Species
 
Darwin
The principle of survival of the fittest was called
 
Natural Selection
He was Darwin's bulldog
 
Huxley
He was considered the "Newton of Biology"
 
Darwin
She is credited with the discovery of radium
 
Marie Curie
Prejudice against nonwhite people
 
Racism
In Russia organized violence against Jews
 
Pogroms
His writings about race and anti-semitism inspired Hitler
 
Chamberlain
The movement to found a separate Jewish state
 
Zionism
He continued to predict the disintegration of capitalism through the first international
 
Karl Marx
The German Legislature
 
Reichstag
Neighborhoods removed from Urban congestion
 
Suburbs
Britain's most influential Socialist group
 
Fabian Socialists
These became fully legal in Britain in 1871
 
Unions
This German Engineer invented the modern internal combustion engine
 
Daimler
Suffragettes lobbied for
 
The Vote to Women
The Education Act of 1902 allowed support for religions and non-religious schools in this country
 
Great Britain
This was associated with steel, chemicals, electricity, and oil
 
Second Industrial Revolution
Bismarck's kultur kampf was
 
The cultural struggle against the Church
He developed positivism and is considered the Father of Sociology
 
Comte