The Age of Nationalism (1850-1914) Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Russian aggression towards the Ottoman Empire was meant to _____.

Question 2 2. Which diplomat is credited for successfully opening up trade relations with Japan?

Question 3 3. Why was Cavour considered the architect of a unified Italy?

Question 4 4. When did Commodore Mathew Perry first secure an agreement with Japan to allow foreign trade on the islands?

Question 5 5. During what war did Alexander II take the Russian throne?

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Question 6 6. Whose 1808 Addresses to the German Nation gave voice to the growing German nationalism in central Europe?

Question 7 7. Which of the following is NOT a reform carried out by Tsar Alexander II?

Question 8 8. What traditional class of Japanese society was eliminated during the Meiji period?

Question 9 9. What led to the Satsuma Rebellion?

Question 10 10. How were the Hapsburgs related to the creation of the dual monarchy?

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Question 11 11. Which of the following factors accelerated the unification of Canada and the loosening of its ties with Great Britain?

Question 12 12. Defeat at the hands of _____ forced Austria to look elsewhere for political power.

Question 13 13. Otto von Bismarck largely unified Germany by accumulating German territories under the flag of which German state?

Question 14 14. What major event ended the Tokugawa shogunate?

Question 15 15. What class of Russian society did Tsar Alexander II free from being tied to the land?

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Question 16 16. Which of the following did not lead to the unification of Germany?

Question 17 17. The formation of a dual-monarchy in the 19th century occurred between which two countries

Question 18 18. Why was the U.S. interested in trading with Japan?

Question 19 19. Many European political theorists thought the Civil War was only natural, as republics were doomed to failure. Many of these men preferred

Question 20 20. What class of Russian society did Alexander II free from being tied to the land?

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Question 21 21. What year did Bismarck declare the German Empire and crown Kaiser Wilhelm as Kaiser of Germany?

Question 22 22. Russian invasion of what two Ottoman territories prompted the Crimean War?

Question 23 23. A revolutionary is fighting for the unification of Italy in the 19th century. During his long struggle, even his hometown, Nice, was ceded to the French, which caused a furious reaction from him. Which revolutionary does this description apply to?

Question 24 24. Which two Ottoman territories were invaded by Russia that prompted the Crimean war?

Question 25 25. Many European political theorists in the 19th century thought the best form of government was _____

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Question 26 26. _____ was a British who became famous during the Crimean War.

Question 27 27. Which person is not considered to be central to the unification of Italy during the 19th century?

Question 28 28. British settlers living in Canada had long feared their southern neighbor would eventually try to conquer all of North America, as per the American theory of

Question 29 29. When did Victor Emmanuel II first declare the Kingdom of Italy?

Question 30 30. What two cities/territories were not a part of Italy when it was first proclaimed the Kingdom of Italy?

The Age of Nationalism (1850-1914) Chapter Exam Instructions

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