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Transcript of Timeline

1500 - 2000

Important events
Absolute Monarch's
People of the Century
Capitalism and Socialism
The Good and The Bad
The Colombian Exchange
Important events
World War One
Feudal System: a political, military and social system in the middle ages where people who hold more land and influence rule over the poor.
Birth of the Renaissance: The revival of art , literature and learning, a transition from the medieval era to the modern world.
The Scientific Revolution: New ways of thinking led to remarkable discoveries during the scientific Revolution.
The Reformation: the act of "forming again" recreating.
Lorenzo de' Medici
Leonardo da Vinci
Art and Inventions
People of the Century
Napoleon Bonaparte
Maximilien Robespierre
Louis XIV
Peter the Great of Russia
Famous Italian Artist
Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni
OCCUPATION: Painter, Sculptor, Architect, Poet
BIRTH DATE March 6, 1475
DEATH DATE February 18, 1564
PLACE OF BIRTH Caprese (Republic of Florence), Italy

Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino AKA Raphael
OCCUPATION: Painter, Architect
BIRTH DATE: April 6, 1483
DEATH DATE: April 6, 1520
PLACE OF BIRTH: Urbino, Italy

Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
Location: The Louvre (since 1797)
Subject: Lisa del Giocondo
Dimensions: 77 cm x 53 cm
Created: 1503–1517
Period: The Renaissance
Mona Lisa
Printing Press : Invented by Johann Gutenburg, by a german man it allowed the spread of ideas and books during the renaissance.
Name Louis XVI
Occupation King
Birth Date September 5, 1638
Death Date September 1, 1715
Place of Birth Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France
Place of Death
Versailles, France

Name Peter the Great
Occupation Tsar/Tsarina
Birth Date June 9, 1672
Death Date February 8, 1725
Place of Birth
Moscow, Russia
Place of Deqth
St. Petersburg, Russia
Name Leonardo da Vinci
Occupation Writer, Mathematician, Inventor, Artist
Birth Date April 15, 1452
Death Date May 2, 1519
Place of Birth Vinci, Italy
Place of Death Amboise, France
Name Galileo
Occupation Astronomer, Scientist
Birth Date February 15, 1564
Death Date January 8, 1642
Education Monastery school at Vallombrosa, near Florence, University of Pisa
Place of Birth Pisa, Italy
Place of Death Arcetri, Italy
Name Lorenzo de' Medici
Occupation Royalty
Birth date January 1, 1449
Death date April 9, 1492
Place of Birth Florence, Italy
Place of Death Careggi, Italy
Definition - When a monarch has the power to freely control and create laws on will and rule land freely with out any consequences.
Beginning of the French Revolution 1789 the french revolution symbolizes the final transition between feudal system and to modern european society.

Meeting of the estates general 1788
Fall of the Bastille 1789
March of Versailles 1789
Louis XVI attempts to escape
War on Austria
French Republic and the trial of Louis XVI
Reign of Terror 1793 - 1794
Rise of Napoleon 1799
Blue represents liberty
White represents equality
Red represents fraternity
Name Napoleon
Occupation Emperor, Military Leader
Birth Date August 15, 1769
Death Date May 5, 1821
Education College d'Autun, Military College of Brienne, Military Academy in Paris
Place of Birth Ajaccio, Corsica, France
Place of Death St. Helena (island in the South Atlantic Ocean), United Kingdom
Name Maximilien de Robespierre
Occupation Government Official, Philosopher, Scholar, Lawyer, Judge, Activist, Journalist
Birth Date May 6, 1758
Death Date July 28, 1794
Education Lycée Louis-le-Grand
Place of Birth Arras, France
Place of Death Paris, France
Inventions and Art
Guillotine an invention during the revolution and was suggested by Dr. Joseph-Ignace Guillotin that this invention would be more humane of decaptation.

WWI sparked when Archduke Franz Ferdinad was assassinated ( By serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip) in 1914.
First battle of Marne trench warfare beings
Second Battle of Ypres begins , Germany use mustard gas.
Battle of Vimy Ridge
Conscription in Canada
Germany sign armistice, fight ends on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month.
1919 June 28 The Treaty of Versailles ends WWI.

World War Two
1933 - May 8, 1945 The Holocaust
WWII begins on September 3, 1939
Hilter has captured: Denmark , Norway , Holland , Belgium and starts to invade France.
Battle of Britain
December 1941 Japan attacks Pearl Harbor.
Dieppe Raid August 1942
June 6th 1944 D-Day Invasion.
US drops the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945.
Second atomic bomb on Nagasaki on August 9, 1945
August 14, 1945 Japan surrenders and hilter fails end of WWII
Creation of the UN
Name Miep Gies
Anti-War Activist
Birth Date February 15, 1909
Death Date January 11, 2010
Place of Birth Vienna, Austria
Place of Death Hoorn, Netherlands
Name Adolf Hitler
Occupation Military Leader, Dictator
Birth Date April 20, 1889
Death Date April 30, 1945
Place of Birth Braunau am Inn, Austria
Place of Death Berlin, Germany

Changes and Inventions
The Victorian Era
Industrial Revolution began when technology and economic started to develop.

Steam Engine
Spinning Jenny
Power Loom
Steam Boat

Miep Gies an ordinary Secretary who worked for Annie Frank father hid and feed the Frank family during the holocaust, but Annie Frank and her family where captured later and Miep Gies kept her diary which described her experiences.
The Columbian Exchange was when the old world and the new world traded/ transfer animals,plants,culture and diseases spread between the American and Afro-Eurasian hemisphere.
Atlantic Slave Trade when between 10 to 15 million africans people where transported and trade around Europe and America. During the Colombian exchange. Used for task at like mining, cotton , sugar farming and more.
Capitalism a system where the country trade and industry is controlled by private owners.
Socialism a system when the people have equal right to trade , wealth
and ownership.

Name Adam Smith
Occupation Economist, Political Scientist, Educator, Philosopher, Scholar, Journalist
Birth Date June 5, 1723
Death Date July 17, 1790
Education University of Glasgow, University of Oxford, Burgh School
Place of Birth
Kirkcaldy, Scotland
Place of Death
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Name Karl Marx
Occupation Economist, Historian, Philosopher, Journalist
Birth Date May 5, 1818
Death Date March 14, 1883
Education University of Berlin, University of Bonn
Place of Birth
Trier, Germany
Place of Death
London, England
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