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Western Civ

New Imperialism-Third World

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The Two Books written by Charles Darwin The Origins of Species; The Decent of Man
The Decent of Man theory of evolution
Chauvinism elevated importance; seeing yourself as superior
Causes of New Imperialism new technology;lack of demand in Europe;
What were the 3 obstacles to controlling Africa and how were they overcome disease, quinine; climate, steamboat;resistence, breech loading rifle;
The Four Major Causes of WW1 imperialism;nationalism;economic reasons;failed diplomacy
The Triple Entente France, Russia, Great Britain
The Triple Alliance Germany, Austria, Italy
What did A School History of the Great War list as the reasons Germany Wanted War? War is a profitable business;Germany wanted land; Germany wanted colonies; Germany wanted a place in the sun; the Survival of the Fittest; Wanted to Germanize the World
The Von Schleiffen Plan Germany marched through Belgium to catch France unaware because they were allied with Russia.
The Battle of Somme British Isle offensive; bombarded German lines for 72 hours; thought it would be a turning
The Two Books written by Charles Darwin The Origins of Species; The Decent of Man
The Decent of Man theory of evolution
Chauvinism elevated importance; seeing yourself as superior
Causes of New Imperialism new technology;lack of demand in Europe;
What were the 3 obstacles to controlling Africa and how were they overcome disease, quinine; climate, steamboat;resistence, breech loading rifle;
The Four Major Causes of WW1 imperialism;nationalism;economic reasons;failed diplomacy
The Triple Entente France, Russia, Great Britain
The Triple Alliance Germany, Austria, Italy
What did A School History of the Great War list as the reasons Germany Wanted War? War is a profitable business;Germany wanted land; Germany wanted colonies; Germany wanted a place in the sun; the Survival of the Fittest; Wanted to Germanize the World
The Von Schleiffen Plan Germany marched through Belgium to catch France unaware because they were allied with Russia.
The Battle of Somme British Isle offensive; bombarded German lines for 72 hours; thought it would be a turning point because they assumed their enemy was not smart; when the shooting stopped the Germans came up and waited for the British
Versailles Treaty Germany lost all overseas colonies, 13% of European Territory;10% population and the ability to wage warDeclared that German aggression had started the war and had to pay for damages
Woodrow Wilson's 14 Points Identified elements for a new international order; cornerstone would be the League of Nations
Reasons the League of Nations Failed Did not represent every state; No military power; no will to make it work
Vladimir Lennin leader of the Bolsheviks, looked like Russia could develop normally, and then he died
Mensheviks soft socialists; 1st revolution
Bolsheviks hard socialists; 2nd revolution
Fascism identified the nation as the dominate social reality; favored by italians who feared communism
Benito Mussolini father of Fascism, condemned socialism, conservatism and liberalism as outdated
What does Nazi stand for? the National Socialist German Worker's Party
the Enabling Act passed by politicians because they were afraid of imprisonment; Gave Hitler power to suspend the constitution and pass legislation without majority vote
Cheka the secret police of Russia
Joseph Stalin Georgian, led the communist party; a man of no moral compunction
Trotsky fled the country when Stalin took over because he knew he would not be safe; followed by the Cheka and stabbed with an ice pick
What is the difference between Stalin and Trotsy? Trotsky was an internationalist, he thought communism needed to be spread. Stalin was a nationalist, he thought communism needed to be centralized in Russia
Appeasement The policy of conciliation and negotation pursused by Britain with Hitler
Third Reich Hitler's dream of a renewed German empire that would last 1000 years
What was the Nazi motto? "Work, Family, Fatherland"
Manchu Dynasty ruled China, near feudalism under this ruling.
Dr. Sun Yat Sen commonly known as the father of China
Three Principles of the People written by Dr. Sun Yat Sennationalism;Democracy; livlihoodwanted china unified, wanted them to rule their own country under an enlightened government, thought we should improve conditions here and now
Kuumintang nationalist party of China
Chiang Kai Shek the new leader that emerged after the death of Sun Yet Sen, turned on the communists
Mao Tse-Tung led the communist's march to the Western Mountainous part of China
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