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b) Francis Joseph
Who was the ruler over the Dual Monarchy of Austria and Hungary?

a) Camillo Cavour
b) Francis Joseph
c) Alexander II
d) William I
a) they spoke the same language,
b) they had strong leaders and
d) they displayed strong nationalism
Which of these were qualities that favored Italy's unification?

a) they spoke the same language
b) they had strong leaders
c) they liked the same food
d) they displayed strong nationalism
d) August Thyssen
Which of these men built up a factory of over 50,000 workers?

a) Peter Stolypin
b) Cecil Rhodes
c) Giuseppe Mazzini
d) August Thyssen
d) a and b only: colonists taxed them heavily
AND they couldn't compete with the mass production of the European nations
Why did subjects in the colonies have to work in the mines and plantations of colonists?

a) colonists taxed them heavily
b) they couldn't compete with the mass production of the European nations
c) they wanted to help
d) a and b only
e) a, b and c
c) make Catholics loyal to state, not Pope
What was the purpose of Bismarck's Kulturkampf movement?

a) restore high culture back to the German people
b) convert socialists
c) make Catholics loyal to state, not Pope
d) force Germans to spend time outdoors
a) it was made entirely of German-Austrians
Why wasn't Bismarck's legislature truly democratic?

a) it was made entirely of German-Austrians
b) it had an equal representation of all people in Germany
c) it espoused socialist principles
d) it participated in Realpolitik
d) both would turn on allies they had formed to gain power
How were Bismarck and Cavour alike in their political dealings?

a) both hated socialists
b) both feared their military commanders
c) both formed alliances with Napoleon III
d) both would turn on allies they had formed to gain power
b) Alexander II
Which Russian czar emancipated the serfs?

a) William I
b) Alexander II
c) Alexander I
d) Nicholas I
a) Duma
What did the Russians call their elected national legislature?

a) Duma
b) zemstvo
c) pogrom
d) protectorate
c) reich
What's the name given to the German empire?

a) protectorate
b) colossus
c) reich
d) zemstvo
e) a, b and c: get land from Austria and France, appropriate funds for his army AND Realpolitik
Which of these were techniques Bismarck used to unify Germany?

a) get land from Austria and France
b) appropriate funds for his army
c) Realpolitik
d) a and b only
e) a, b and c
b) Victor Emmanuel II
Who was the first king of unified Italy?

a) Giuseppe Mazzini
b) Victor Emmanuel II
c) Alexander I
d) Mussolini
b) the dissolution of tariffs between German states
What does the term Zollverein mean to German economists?

a) the tax Bismarck levied on socialists
b) the dissolution of tariffs between German states
c) the boom in production due to industrialization
d) a form of currency
a) growing population
Why did Britain need Imperialism?

a) growing population
b) running out of natural resources
c) strong nationalism
d) they wanted to help the heathen nations
b) William I
Who was the Kaiser of the Second German Reich?

a) William II
b) William I
c) Adolph Hitler
d) Otto von Bismarck
c) Garibaldi was becoming very powerful
Why was Cavour wary of Garibaldi in Italy?

a) Garibaldi was a member of Young Italy
b) Cavour was making secret deals with Napoleon III
c) Garibaldi was becoming very powerful
d) Cavour refused to wear Garibaldi's Red Shirt
a) the Slavs didn't want to compromise
Why did the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary not work?

a) the Slavs didn't want to compromise
b) the Austrians had control of the legislature
c) Francis Joseph was an incompetent ruler
d) the Hungarians didn't want to compromise
d) violent mob attacks on Jews
What kinds of events were called pogroms?

a) violent mob attacks on socialists
b) leaving for another country
c) attempting to change the loyalty of Catholics to the state
d) violent mob attacks on Jews
c) a country sends its own officials to govern
Define direct rule over colonies.

a) a country trains local rulers to govern
b) a country expects local rulers to do what it wants
c) a country sends its own officials to govern
d) a country retains exclusive investment and trading rights over the colony
d) they fought over the best colonies
Why did imperialism lead to tension between European countries?

a) they were all running out of natural resources
b) they disagreed on how to rule colonies
c) they felt bad about their exploitation of colonies
d) they fought over the best colonies
d) all of the above
Which of these were positive effects of colonization on third-world countries?

a) banking
b) sanitation
c) technology
d) all of the above
b) Iron Chancellor
What was Bismarck's nickname?

a) Red Shirt
b) Iron Chancellor
c) Old Ironsides
d) Kaiser
c) Prime minister of Sardinia
Who was Camillo Cavour?

a) Italian military commander
b) leader of Young Italy
c) Prime minister of Sardinia
d) the first king of Italy
b) soldiers shot civilians marching in a peaceful demonstration
What happened in Russia on Bloody Sunday?

a) Czar Alexander made sweeping reforms
b) soldiers shot civilians marching in a peaceful demonstration
c) Decembrists revolted
d) Quentin Tarantino made a new film in Moscow
a) it became easier for countries to conquer them
Why did Balkan nationalism ruin the Ottoman Empire?

a) it became easier for countries to conquer them
b) they revolted all the time
c) they demanded too many reforms
d) other countries were embarrassed to be seen with the Ottomans
d) a and b only: the czars wouldn't modernize AND it was huge
Which of these were challenges to Russia in the 1800s?

a) the czars wouldn't modernize
b) it was huge
c) Bloody Sunday
d) a and b only
e) a, b and c
b) he formed a new legislature
How did Francis Joseph try to keep his power in Austria-Hungary?

a) he formed the dual monarchy
b) he formed a new legislature
c) he begged and pleaded
d) all of the above
a) Risorgimento
What was the name of the Italian nationalist movement?

a) Risorgimento
b) Young Italy
c) Red Shirts
d) Ritardando
b) Russification
What was Alexander II's plan to suppress non-Russians?

a) Risorgimento
b) Russification
c) Rustification
d) Ridicule them
d) a and b only: they spoke out in the Western countries AND
they resisted in the colonies
How did people oppose Western imperialism?

a) they spoke out in the Western countries
b) they resisted in the colonies
c) they wrote to neutral countries asking for help
d) a and b only
e) a, b and c