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AP European History

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1. The French alliance between the smaller countries of Poland - Hungary - and Czechoslovakia.

2. The final straw for the Japanese - resulting in millions of civilian and military death. Little Boy and Fat Man were used here. These flew on the plane 'The Enola Gay'

3. A Dutch expressionist who painted a 'moving visions in his mind's eye'

4. A desire of some people in Ireland to not be ruled by England

5. German Political mastermind who spearheaded Prussian expansion

6. A war between Russia and Japan for Port Arthur - and for more influence in CHina

7. An occurrence in Russia that lead to the increase of its stature in world power standings and revitalized the economy and industry

8. The opposition to the Bolsheviks and the Red army after the October rebellion and the Russian Revolution

9. This was the motto of the age of exploration. The explorers were looking for money - glory - or to convert non-Christians

10. A German customs union founded to increase trade and stimulate revenues of its members

11. This was the equivalent of a king in Egypt

12. The socialist opposed nationalism and thought that the German worker had more in common with the French worker than the German boss

13. This was one of the reforms in England in which the leaders wanted all Catholic elements in the Church of England eliminated

14. Supporter of Lenin who helped in the takeover of Petrograd and the Bolshevik revolution

15. This was the act of planning out a city and building it from the blueprints. This caused in increase in public transit that millions of people used a day instead of their own transportation or walking

16. A British politician who extended the vote to the rich middle class in order to broaden the political base of the conservative party

17. This man was a Hungarian nationalist leader who demanded independence and a constitution

18. The Magyar pushed through bills that changed voting laws to help the elite and to force through the teaching of Hungarian in schools. They created the nationalism that would tear them apart

19. One of the first and best Renaissance sculptors. He was also one of the first artists to sell his works

20. The movie that dictates the life and failure of Hitler

21. This was the war between France and Spain in order to unite the two states under one ruler - Phillip V

22. This was the new feeling of pride for one's country after the Napoleonic era

23. This work criticized mercantilism by saying that it meant a combination of stifling government regulations and unfair privileges for state-approved monopolies and government favorites

24. This ship was sunk with Americans on it - and this action by the Germans was what ultimately caused the Americans to enter the war

25. German-Jewish physicist that undermined Newtonian physics and developed theory of relativity

26. This was the work that suggested that socialists should combine with other progressive forces to win gradual evolutionary gains for workers through legislation - unions - and further economic development

27. This was the other common crime in which the members of the church would give positions to relatives

28. The well off peasants who were starved or shipped to the gulags

29. This was the way form of work of the rural classes in which the costumer would give the worker materials and the worker would create the desirable product

30. The German chancellor during the Weimar Republic who convinced the president to accept rule by decree

31. People wanted Italian unity because it would unify Italy - and they wanted a different government. People did not want unification because it went against the church - there were very different areas in the north and the south - and because they want

32. The British had a war with the Chinese to make sure they could sell their opium to china

33. Young English economist who denounced Treaty of Versailles and said that people needed to revise treaty and help German econ. He Wrote Economic Consequences of the Peace. Said Britain needed Germany - and if the German market went under - Britain eco

34. Tzu Hsi Chinese leader who used conservative forces to maintain her power

35. This was a man who believed that Christian life rested on the Scriptures and a prominent leader in the Swiss Reformation. He went on to attack indulgences - the Mass - the institution of monasticism - and clerical celibacy

36. The love of my life. Said that there were three points were man was stripped of his specialness. Copernicus said that man was not center of universe; Darwin said that man is not God's special creation; and Freud said that man is savage. Freud said th

37. These were the theories of the spread of disease. The miasma theory said that disease was spread by a bad odor. The new germ theory developed by Louis Pasteur said that diseases were spread by bacteria called germs

38. This was the theory developed by Montesquieu that political power should not be divided and share by a variety of classes and legal estates holding unequal rights and privileges

39. The largest political party in Sweden - who pushed for social reform legislation - and drew support from community and socialist and capitalist working together.

40. A night of violence and vandalism against Jews

41. An artistic movement that had a purposely nonsensical name - expressing its total rejection of previous modern art.

42. This was the name of the military dictatorship that England took on during the reign of Oliver Cromwell

43. This was the treaty that ended the Thirty Years' War that recognized the independent authority of over three hundred German principalities

44. The justification of imperialism - this was created in Kipling's work

45. These were the major families in Europe that had the most power and control of the wealth in a state

46. Was a reaction to the loss of faith in humans - which came from the war - and lead to renewed interest in Christian view of the world. Major people were Kierkegaard - Barth - and Marcel.

47. German socialist revolutionary who was assassinated after the war

48. This was the man who first said that the Americas were completely separate from Asia - thus the continent was named after him

49. This was the physicist who said nothing can be known beyond all doubt

50. Russia's last tsar - he witnessed the fall of Russia from great power - to the entering into WWI and total collapse