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By Jasonfleegle | Last updated: Feb 11, 2013
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Chapter 12: "Europe: War and Change"
Lesson 1: "European Empires" (pages 329 to 332)
1) Please be careful to accurately spell words when filling in "fill in the blank" answers. Answers that are not spelled correctly will not recieve any credit.
2) All students will be allowed one submission for this Lesson.
3) All questions are worth 1 point.
Questions and Answers
What priviledge or right is considered the biggest attribute to the spread of nationalsim throughout Europe?
Right to free speech
Right to vote
Right to free religion
Right to bare arms
A constitutional monarchy has both a king or queen AND elected government officials.
What two continents did European countries such as the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, and even Belgium come to rely on for raw materials?
During Western Europes spread of colonialism, what did these countries tend to spend the majority of their wealth or money on?
Strengthening the government
Strengthening armies and navies
Beautifying government buildings
Strengthening education systems
Many times neighboring countries fought because of colony conflicts rather than neighboring country issues.
According to the map on page 330 of your textbook, which Eastern European country possessed the most land/colonies?
According to the map on page 330 of your textbook, what continent were most European colonies located?
Western Europe tended to be more focused on agricultural work more than Eastern Europe.
Western and Northern Europe tended to be more focused on industrial work more than Eastern Europe.
What was the name of the largest empire in Eastern Europe around 1900?
Which of the following countries would not be part of Austria-Hungary today?
What type of government did the empire of Austria-Hungary rule under?
Which man in the picture on page 329, hoped to become the king of Norway around 1905?
At the time of the Austrian-Hungary empire, what was it's capital?
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