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NY Regents - Power Shifts in Eastern Europe (1648-1740): Tutoring Solution Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth featured a strong representative assembly called the _____.

Question 2 2. Peter the Great began building St. Petersburg in 1703, and moved the Russian capital there in _____.

Question 3 3. Which one of these states was unique in that much of its holdings were non-contiguous?

Question 4 4. Which of the following was NOT a territory under Hohenzollern control prior to 1740?

Question 5 5. In 1701 the Hohenzollern ruler of Prussia was allowed to assume what title by the Holy Roman Emperor?

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Question 6 6. What made Peter the Great gain much of his zeal for all things European?

Question 7 7. What event gave Frederick William (the Great Elector) the peace and stability necessary to consolidate power in his territories?

Question 8 8. _____ was NOT a territory Austria controlled at the accession of Leopold I in 1657.

Question 9 9. Which conflict was brought to an end by the Peace of Westphaila in 1648?

Question 10 10. Which of the following was NOT a foreign ruler who gained territory as part of the Partition of Poland?

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Question 11 11. Although King Frederick William I was a military man at heart, what progressive changes did he make to the structure of Prussian society?

Question 12 12. After gaining land back from the Ottomans, which country did Leopold fight to control?

Question 13 13. What is true about the Peace of Westphalia and the Treaty of Carlowitz?

Question 14 14. Charles VI's successfully run Ostend Company was closed in response for British and Dutch recognition of _____.

Question 15 15. Which of the following conflicts involving Prussia did NOT occur in the second half of the seventeenth century?

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Question 16 16. What inspired the attempted reforms made by the Polish government in between the First and Second Partition?

Question 17 17. Who was the former favorite of Catherine the Great that was King of Poland during the entire partitioning process?

Question 18 18. Which state gained territory in the First and Third Partition of Poland but not in the Second?

Question 19 19. What traditional educator lost its power with Peter the Great's educational reforms?

Question 20 20. Why was the Ottoman Empire's failure to take Vienna a major turning point in its history?

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Question 21 21. How would a military leader follow the example of Peter the Great to strengthen his military and marginalize his political opponents?

Question 22 22. How did Poland's government at the time play a role in the Partition of Poland?

Question 23 23. Although the Siege of Vienna was nearly brought to its knees in 1683, its reversal marked a major turning point in Austria's wars with _____.

Question 24 24. Peter the Great's father, Aleksey I, died in 1682, but Peter did not ascend to the throne of sole Czar until 1696. What happened in between?

Question 25 25. Which description best characterizes the role and importance of the Hapsburg family in 17th century Europe?

NY Regents - Power Shifts in Eastern Europe (1648-1740): Tutoring Solution Chapter Exam Instructions

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