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What is Napoleon Bonaparte's importance?

What is Napoleon Bonaparte's importance?

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School: 1 MDSS-SGSLM-Langley AFB Advanced Education in General Dentistry 12 Months
Department: History
Course: Western Civilization to Date
Professor: Bryan glass
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: westerncivilization1715topresentreview, finalexamwesternciv, radicalright, and nazivsfascism
Cost: 50
Name: WCIV Final Review
Description: This is the final version of the review. Outline form, you must go in great detail to receive full points
Uploaded: 12/14/2016
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⮚ What were the defining features of these two movements?




⮚ What were the two major political movements of the Radical Right in Interwar Europe?




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OU  MUST ANSWER WITH DETAIL.  PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR ANY QUESTIONS ☺ REMEMBER: ALWAYS ASK YOURSELF WHY BEFORE ENDING AN ANSWER, WHY?  BECAUSE THERE’S ALWAYS SOMETHING MORE, DETAILS! (WEEKS 7-15) OUTLINE FOR FINAL 1) FRENCH REVOLUTION a. Thomas Paine b. Louis XVI—Marie Antoinette c. Samuel Pepys d. Jean-Paul Marat e. Maximilien Robespierre f. Reign of Terror g. Liberty, Equality, Brotherhood—3 defining principles of France h. Cultural Changes brought in by the French Revolution that survived: i. Metric system ii. 1793 Louvre iii. Tri-color Flag iv. 3 defining principles of France 2) NAPOLEON BONAPARTE a. Political chameleon b. Joseph Sieyes c. Pope Pius VII d. Civil Code of 1804 e. 1815 The Battle of Waterloo 3) INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION (IR) a. Documentary: The Children who built the Victorian Bridge b. William Pitt the Younger c. Dark Side of the Revolution: child labor d. Good Side of the Revolution: advancements e. James Watt f. Railroads g. William Sherman h. WWI—intro of the tank, and airplanes are first used in combat i. WWII—rockets, jet engines, atomic bomb, and new aircraft j. Why the IR first occurred in Britain i. Increased population ii. Increase in agriculture iii. Accumulation of large amounts of capital k. Good outweighs the bad l. Luddites m. Peterloo MassacreHIST 2320.001 WESTERN CIVILIZATION 1715 TO PRESENT FINAL REVIEW 4) 19TH CENTURY AND IDEOLOGIES a. Ideology b. Liberalism c. Conservatism d. Socialism e. Nationalism f. Romanticism 5) 1815-1831 a. Congress of Vienna—1815  b. Sequence of Rebellions—1820 to 1825 i. Rebellion vs. revolution ii. 1st rebellion in Spain 1. King Ferdinand VII c. Greeks rebel—1821 i. Vlad Tepes d. Decembrist Rebellion—1825  i. Tsar Nicolas I ii. Decembrist e. France i. King Charles X ii. Louis-Philippe I 6) 1831 on a. Protestant non-conformists b. Rottenboroughs c. Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte (Napoleon III later) d. King Frederick Wilhelm IV 7) ITALIAN UNIFICATION a. Mazzini b. Cavour c. Kingdom of the Two Sicily’s d. Giuseppe Garibaldi 8) GERMAN UNIFICATION a. Conservative movement b. Prime Minister of Prussia Otto von Bismarck i. Realpolitik ii. Blut und Eisen iii. Achieves his goal through 3 major wars  c. Crimean War i. Charge of the Light Brigade ii. Thin Red Line iii. Florence Nightingale 9) THE AGE OF NEW IMPERIALISM—1870 to 1914 a. Louis Pasteur b. Herbert Spencer c. Social Darwinists d. Liberal ImperialistHIST 2320.001 WESTERN CIVILIZATION 1715 TO PRESENT FINAL REVIEW e. Protectorate f. Degenerate beings 10) SCRAMBLE FOR AFRICA a. Abyssinia (modern day Ethiopia) b. 3 important contributions why the Europeans can take control of Africa: i. steamship ii. quinine prophylaxis iii. repeating, breech-loading rifle c. Berlin Conference—1884 i. Leopold II and the Congo d. Herero e. The only successful revolt=Abyssinia f. Battle of Adowa—1896 i. Mussolini g. Second Boer War—1899 to 1902 h. Lord Kitchener i. Emily Hobhouse j. First World War 11) WWI a. Tank  b. Treaty of Versailles 12) Russia a. Internal Bolshevik Revolution i. Vladimir Lenin + Trotsky ii. Tsar Nicolas II iii. New Economic Plan=Capitalism 13) Germany a. “Loses the War” b. German Communists + German Socialists c. Karl Liebknecht + Rosa Luxemburg + Free Corps d. Weimar Republic e. Adolf Hitler + Beer Hall Putsch—1923 f. The Dawes Plan g. Eugenics 14) Radical Right a. Benito Mussolini b. Arditi c. Cult of the Duke d. The Great Depression 15) FASCISM VS. NAZISM a. Paul von Hinderbug b. Hitler as Chancellor of Germany c. Enabling Act d. Hitler + sterilizing –1933 e. Soviet Union + StalinHIST 2320.001 WESTERN CIVILIZATION 1715 TO PRESENT FINAL REVIEW ⮚ Be very specific and detailed in your answer. a. THIS IS TO SERVE AS AN OUTLINE. YOU MUST GO IN DETAIL FOR  FULL AND EXTRA POINTS.  ⮚ What were the two major political movements of the Radical Right in  Interwar Europe? a. Fascism + Nazism ⮚ What were the defining features of these two movements? a. Anti-democratic, militaristic, big powerful central state that controls everything,  and nationalistic. The difference between the two would be that Nazism is racist. ⮚ How was propaganda used by these two movements to gain support for  their charismatic leaders? a. Mussolini=Cult of the Duke b. Hitler=University political groups and the creation of “Hitler Youth” ⮚ What worldwide event allowed the first of these movements to successfully  spread? a. The Great Depression ⮚ How did the second of these two movements differ from the first? Why was  this its defining feature? a. Racism. To Hitler, all history is the history of racial struggle and it was because of  the Jews. ⮚ Which groups, in particular, were targeted?  a. Jews ⮚ How did these movements compare with Stalinist Russia? HIST 2320.001 WESTERN CIVILIZATION 1715 TO PRESENT FINAL REVIEW a. Removing one dictatorship in place of another dictatorship. b. These movements are in comparison with Stalinist Russia in the sense that they’re  extremely nationalistic, anti-democratic, and militaristic. c. Seizes power and pursues through propaganda. (Stalin=posters)

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