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HIS102 week1

by: Jennifer Hodapp

HIS102 week1 HIS 102

Jennifer Hodapp
SUNY Oswego
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World History 20th Century
Holly Mann (P)
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jennifer Hodapp on Thursday October 13, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HIS 102 at State University of New York at Oswego taught by Holly Mann (P) in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 18 views.


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Date Created: 10/13/16
Turn of the Century 1900­ Hope and Despair Hope­ What man can achieve Despair­ Not able to achieve Industrial Revolution­ th  Great Britain­ 18  Century   New inventions / discoveries  Abundance of natural resources o Steel replaces iron o Electricity o Internal combustion engine o 1903­ first flight Henry Ford assembly line­ believed that employees should purchase product A world economy­  Transportation connects economy  Beginning of competition and conquest Social changes: Urbanization  Emergence of middle class  Education  Voting­ middle class men  Public health> tenement housing> multiple families  o No proper ventilation­ disease spread rapidly­ no medical insurance Decline of the old order  Liberalism v. conservatism  Heredity monarchy under attack Socialism  1848 Marx and Engels published Communist Manifesto   Nationalism­ A strong belief in the nation state based on ethnic similarities  Nation state­ countries, boarders Unification of Germany (1870) & Italy (1871)  Otto Von Bismarck 1815­1898 unites Germany through war The Ottoman Empire and the Balkans   1829 Serbian Independence   1830 Greek Independence  1861 Romanian Independence  Latin America  Colonial governments overthrown in Mexico, Chile, and Argentina. The US and Canada  Become industrial  Intellectual and Cultural Changes  Science and new physics  Max Planck 1858­1947  Albert Einstein 1879­1955  Freud 1856­1939 Literature and the Arts  Naturalism and Emile Zola 1840­1902  Impressionism o Monet 1840­1926  Expressionism  Van Gogh 1853­1890 Starry Night  Munch 1863­1944 Scream  Pablo Picasso 1881­1973 and Cubism


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