Radical Russian Marxist revolutionaries
Followers of Rasputin
Soldiers in the White Army
Members of the Duma, Russia's parliament
The United States
The Confederate States of America
California, Arizona, and New Mexico
Become middle class.
End up happy.
Overthrow the owners.
Join foreigners in a battle royale.
Russia's mobilization of troops along the Austrian border
Austria's rejection of Serbia's offer and declaration of war on Serbia
An ultimatum presented to Serbia in response to royal assassinations
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie
Surprise and overwhelming force using fast tanks, jeeps, and planes
A system of fortifications
Ability to make a long, steady advance
"out-waiting" the opponent
Mexico invaded the U.S.
Unrestricted submarine warfare
The British invaded Boston
The Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor
attacking on all islands within 50 miles of Japan
Attacking only on islands that had Japanese and German soldiers
Attacking one island, then hopping over the next island thereby isolating it from its supply
Attacking non-Japanese held islands
Chinese Communists began a 6,000 mile journey.
The Japanese invaded China.
Chinese peasants aligned themselves with the Communists.
The Nationalists succeeded in wiping out the Communists.
A state in which the people have a direct say in their government
A state in which the people elect representatives to the legislature
A state in which the government controls every aspect of public and private life
A state in which the working class is glorified and has the greatest voice in government
Reformers seemed popular.
It was part of the religious movement.
People in industrial cities had bad working conditions and bad living conditions.
Reform went along with the expansion of empires.
Sun Yat Sen
Mohandis K. Gandhi
Ordering and overseeing the Bataan Death March
The first to win American Ninja
Breaking the Japanese secret code during World War II
Masterminding the Japanese naval strategy during World War II
Battle of Guadalcanal
Bombing of Hiroshima
Attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese which killed 2,300 Americans
Signing of the Atlantic Charter
Increased populations of urban areas during the 1800s
Increased purchases of land by wealthy landowners to cultivate larger fields
Increased output of machine-made goods that began in England during the 18th-century
A widespread use of teenagers as factory laborers who worked 14 hour days, 6 days a week
Czar Nicholas II
Low wage pay
Transportation of illegal goods
The British and French decision to give into aggression to keep peace
The treaty between Germany and the Soviet Union agreeing not to fight against each other
The move that Mussolini made to form an alliance with Germany
The U.S. desire to stay out of foreign affairs