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What was the name of the Italian nationalist movement?

a) Red Shirts
b) Risorgimento
c) anarchists
d) Decembrists
b) Risorgimento
Which were obstacles that hindered Russia's reform progress?

a) rigid social structure
b) stubborn rulers
c) lack of nationalism among the people
d) no technology or science
a) rigid social structure

and

b) stubborn rulers
Why was there a great emigration in Italy in the 1900s?

a) people were sick of pasta
b) because there was a great immigration earlier and the country was too full
c) a population explosion from industrialization
d) the rulers were too violent
c) a population explosion from industrialization
What was the Dual Monarchy and how did it work?
It was a new kind of govt that had a common ruler over two empires. The countries would share govt ministries, but they would be independent in other areas.
What were Czar Nicholas I's three pillars of Russian absolutism?

a) Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity
b) Orthodoxy, Autocracy, and Nationalism
c) Aristocracy, Oligarchy, and Socialism
d) Friends, Romans, and Countrymen
b) Orthodoxy, Autocracy, and Nationalism
What was the source of conflict between Garibaldi and Cavour?

a) Garibaldi had worn Cavour's Red Shirt
b) Garibaldi's military prowess threatened Cavour's authority
c) Cavour disliked Italians
d) Garibaldi didn't obey orders
b) Garibaldi's military prowess threatened Cavour's authority
What was the program launched by Alexander III to suppress non-Russian peoples within the empire?

a) Pogrom
b) Kulturkampf
c) Risorgimento
d) Russification
d) Russification
What actions did Francis Joseph take to keep his power in Austria-Hungary?

a) He wrote a new constitution to set up a legislature
b) he ignored his detractors
c) he crushed all rebellions
d) he started practicing Realpolitik
a) He wrote a new constitution to set up a legislature
Who was Giuseppe Mazzini?

a) founder of Italian nationalism
b) Garibaldi's right-hand man
c) Victor Emmanuel's prime minister
d) founder of Young Italy
d) founder of Young Italy
Which of these were causes of the Revolution of 1905?

a) continued defeat against Japan
b) the formation of the Duma
c) Bloody Sunday
d) Russification
a) continued defeat against Japan
and
c) Bloody Sunday
What was the name given to elected assemblies in local Russian govt?

a) zemstvo
b) Duma
c) city council
d) colossus
a) zemstvo
Explain how nationalism affected the Austrian Empire.
The Austrian Empire was made up of lots of different nationalities, and these different people sometimes lived in the same area. There was always a tension between these groups and the govt, who wanted to view them as simply subjects.
What obstacles to unity did Italian nationalists face?
fighting from Austria, France and other foreign countries; intense localism from various parts of Italy
How did Balkan nationalism contribute to the decline of the Ottoman empire?
the Balkans had tons of different nationalities, and so because each group wanted its own state, they were easily taken over by larger countries.
What was the name given to the peaceful march that ended in civilians being killed in Russia?
Bloody Sunday
How did the Hapsburg leaders deal with the ethnic diversity of their empire?
At first the govt ignored their pleas for their own states, then they compromised by forming a legislature and later the Dual Monarchy.
How did European powers react to Ottoman weakness?
These powers saw the Ottoman Empire as the "sick man" of Europe and rushed in to conquer and divide up their lands.