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History Exam Part 2

Exam Section 2

Urbanization Population shift from rural to urban areas
Factory Act of 1833 change the labor conditions of children making children work less hours and were required to be older
Realpolitik politics based on practical matters rather than on theory or ethics
Trade Unions could demand better working conditions or it would withdraw all labor
Xenophobia Intense or irrational dislike or fear of people from other countries
Germanization in of pressuring the non-German population to abandon their national identity or leave the country
Imperialism Humanitarian, Nationalism, Economic, Militarism
Imperiaslism Forceful extension of a nation's authority by territorial conquest establishing economic and political domination of other nations that are not its own colonies
Japan Mathew Perry opened trade there
Combination Act prohibited trade unions and collective bargaining
Assemble Line Manufacturing process where parts are assembled in sequential order
Flying Shuttle Created cloth faster
Spinning Jenny Created thread faster
Britain Coal, Iron Ore Water
Britian Where industrialization began
Shift System allowed businesses to operate 24 hours of the day
Children Were beaten with rods and over worked for little pay
Sino-Japanese War China and Japan fought over the Korean land
Red Shirts Giuseppe Garibaldi was the leader
Afirica Main area for colonization for europe
Created by: garrettgermann#1