AP World History Ch. 23

38 Questions | Total Attempts: 108

AP World History Quizzes & Trivia

The world is a big place, and as such, it comes with a rich history of people and places that have paved the way through centuries and centuries of culture and innovation. Let’s take a look at just some of them as we test your studies in AP World History Ch. 23!

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Series of Changes in economy of Western nations between 18th and 20th century. Stimulated  by; rapid population growth, increase agriculture productivity commercial revolution of 17th century and development of new means of transportation.
  • 2. 
    Period of political upheaval beginning with the American Revolution in 1775 and continuing through the French Revolution of 1789 and other movements for change up to 1848.
  • 3. 
    Huge Growth in pop in W Europe beginning about 1730
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    Shift away from agricultural economy in Europe; workers become full or parttime producers of textile and metal products, working at home but in capitalistic system in which meterial, work orders, and ultimate sales depended on urban merchanges; Encourage New Technologies.
  • 5. 
    Rebeliion of English American Colonies along Atlantic Seaboard between 1775 and 1783' resulted in independence for former british colonies and eventual formation of USA
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    1789-1800.-resulted in overthrow of Bourbon monarchy and old reginmes; ended with est of French Empire under Napoleon Bonaparte; source of many liberal movements and constitutions in Europe.
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    French King.Bourbon monarch of france executed during the radical phase of the french revolution
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    Accepted during the liberal phase of Revolution; started the fundamental equality of all French citizens. Declared The political objectives of the early phases of the French Revolution. "liberty, property, and security"
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    Execute thousands during radical phase of FR known as reign of terror
  • 10. 
    Political View point with origins in WE. urged IMPORTANCE of natiional unity.Valued collective identity based on culture, race, or ethnic origin.
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    A leading general who converted revolutionary republic to an authoritarian empre. Ended FR and est french empire.liberal gaiins
  • 12. 
    A meeting after Napoleon Wars to restore political stability in Europe and Settle Diplomatic Disputes.
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    Opposition to REV goalsadvocated restoration of monarchy and defense of church
  • 14. 
    Issues of Political Structure.Mostly Middle Class
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    Wanted wider VOTING. "Reign of Terror"
  • 16. 
    Against ottoman empire 1820.key step in dismanting ottoman empire in balkans
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    Response to popular agitationto give parliamentary VOTE to most middle class men in BritainFailed to Produce democracy
  • 18. 
    Hoped that democratic GOV would regulate new technologies and promote popular education.attepted by ARTISANS and WORKERS in Britain to gain right to VOTE. Movement failed
  • 19. 
    French Sci.Discover germsled to better sanitaion
  • 20. 
    British Conservative leader took initiative of granting the vote to WORKING CLASS MEN 1867
  • 21. 
    In the Italian state of Piedmont began to support industrial development and extend the powers of parliament to please liberal forces.  archetect of italian unification in 1858; formed alliance with france to attack austrian control of northern italy. -resulted in creation of consitutional monarchy under piedmontese king
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    Prussia Prime Ministerwork with parliment to extend vote of menarchitect of german unification Junker- wealthy Noble
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    Fought 1861-1865.1st war based on industrial weaponry & transport systems-resulted in abolition of slavery in the US & reunification of N & S
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    Parlimentary people of all parties transformed once in rome to a single minded pursuit of poliical office. and support status quo
  • 25. 
    Constitutional issues replaced by social issues -schools-welfare
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