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Crimean War (1854-1856) the French and English went tow ard to prevent the Russians form establishing dominance over the Black sea possessions of the Ottomans, was costly on all sides
Bismarck Junker, Chancellor of Germany; sucessfully unified Germany. practice Realpolitik, is conservative.
Napoleon III original Napoleon's nephew; consolidated conservative gov and the ideals of nationalism
French Impressionism brought the artist's personal visual experience to paintings
Austrian-Prussian War 1866 (Seven Week's War) broke out when the issue of the war with Denmark remained unresolved
Franco-Prussian War 1870 broke out after a dynastic dispute over the Spanish throne led to a flurry of diplomatic exchanges between Prussia and France
Treaty of Frankfurt The end of the Franco-Prussian War. Aliace and Lurraine given to Germany
Dreyus Affair (1894-1906) a Jewish Army captain was falsely accused of spying antirepublic conservatives was one instance of the political infighting that often paralyzed government
Paris Commune (March 18 – May 28, 1871) Insurrection of Paris against the French government
Fall of 2nd Republic defeat of France in the Franco-Prussian War of 1870, and was replaced by the Third Republic.
French Indochina Former name (until 1950) for the eastern part of mainland Southeast Asia
Kulturkanpf "Culture conflict." The name was given to Bismarck's attack on the catholic church in Germany, which has come to refer to conflict between church and state anywhere.
End of Bismarck Kaiser Wilhilm II, dismiss Bismarck as chancellor, he hated his relationship with Russian
Austria - and anti-sentism Most powerful in Vienna led by Karl Lueger, he was mayor of Vienna. Imperial Vienna was a brilliant center of European culture, home to insidious Germans
Italian Unification aka Risorgimento, the period or the movement for liberation and political unification of Italy beginning about 1750-1870
Cavour, Mazzini, Carribald Mazzini- Italian patriot, politician, and founder of young Italy; helped bring modern Italian in place of the several separate state Garibalde - (1807-82) An Italian radical who merged as a powerful independent force in italian politics. He plans to libe
Emancipation of Serf proclaimed in 1861 to avoid revolt the peasants following the Crimean war to provide a labor force for industry
Assassination of czar By poles (polish) b/c Alexander II suppresd the polish. --> January uprising then thousands of poles executed
Modernization The far-reaching process by which nations move from traditional or less developed institutions to those characteristics of more developed societies
Sergei Witte He was a Russian finance minister who oversaw the construction of the Transiberian line,reformed commercial law, protected new industries, supported steamship and nautical engineering, brought foreign investors to Russia, and established saving bands
Russo-Japanese War armed conflict between Russia and Japan in 1904-5. The cause of the war was that Russian expansion in eastern Asia ran counter to Japanese plans for gaining a foothold on the Asia mainland. Japan won
Bloody Sunday (1905) Massacre of peaceful demonstrators in Saint Petersburg, marking the beginning of the Russian revolution of 1905
Duma Popular Parliament
Pogroms organized massacre of jews
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