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63 Cards in this Set

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english civil war
faught in england
supporters of parliament
william and mary
glorious revolution
act of habeous corpus
prevented illegal arrest and unlawful imprisonment
act of ttoleration
freedom of religion and public worship
act of settlement
meant to keep catholics of the throne
bill of rights
limited ruler protected private
bastille
prison started by third estate
declaration of rights of man
men born equal stay equal under law
girondists
delegates from sw france
napolean in russia
beat by the weather and size
metternich
age because of prince
napolean battle final?
waterloo
napoleonic code
system of french laws that became basis of many euro systems
la salle
claimes lousiana for french
term for 17th centrury
age of enlightenment
philip II
spanish king who sent armada against europe
maria theresa
help[s bergs family inherit austria and other family lands
catherine the great
expanded russias borders into central europe
balboa
claimed south sea for spain
montesquie
published spirit of laws tried to describe perfect
charlotte corday
assassinated french dr jean paul morat
da game
1st to sail around africa
dias
sailed around cape of good hope
magellan
claimed phillip islands for spain
pizzarro
served inca empire for spain
rousseau
wrote social contract that people are born good but corrupt later
voltaire
wrote letters on england
louis XIV
had a meeting of estates general was overthrown
charles V
ruled as king of spain and holy roman emperor
peter the great
opened russia to western ideas
diderot
wrote and edited first encyclopedia
olmpe de gouges
led women to write declaration of rights for women
congress of vienna
got together to prevent another napolean
30 years war
protestants and catholics in germany
presbyterians
scottish calvanists
puritans
against anglican church
tories
loyalists
whigs
pro parliament liberal
spanish armada
beat by england
edict of nantes
hurt france caused 1000 to flee
richeliu foreign policy
reducing power of hapsburgs
war of spanish succession
louis 14th wanted grandson king of spain
1500's powerful country
spain
peace of westphalia
ended 30 years wars
emigres
noble who fled france during revolution
plebiscite
used by napolean to submit constitution of new govt to people
universal manhood suffrage
allowed men to vote regardless of property
enlightened despotist
monarchs ruling according to enlightenment
cabinet
leaders of house of commons
lmited constitutional monarchy
govt in 1700's led by monarch
intendants
local french administrator
conscriptions
drafts in france
bourgeouise
city dwelling middle class owners
popular soveriegnty
govt and laws for will of people
guerilla warfare
military technique of raids
legitamacy
original rulers should be restored
coup de etat
seizure of power by force
primogeniture
inherit fathers property
federal syst of govt
powers divided checks and balances
executive branch
enforces laws
subsidies
govt grant of money
mercantilism
fixed amount of wealth in the world
viceroys
representative of spanish monarch