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Modern World History

modern world history semester 2
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Alex macaddino

on 7 June 2010

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Transcript of Modern World History

2nd Semester Prezi project Era 6 part I Enlightenment French Revolution Serbian Revolution Greek Revolution French Revolution
1830 & 1848 Belgium Polish Revolution Haitian Revolution Mexican Revolution South American Revolution The German philosopher Immanuel Kant
was the first to name this era. 300,000 people were arrested and 7,000 killed
in the Reign of terror. Serbians wanted independance from the
Ottoman Empire. This revolution was
made sucessful by
the other Europeans
uniting to defeat the
Ottomans. Storming the Bastille A French Salon Era 6 II Era 6 III New Agricultural Methods Materials were invented to aid planting. Industrialization of Britain New Economic Ways of Thinking New Technology Spreading Growth of Industrialization Britain was the first to industrialize
due to its natural rescources Socialists believed that all property was owned by everyone. Coal and steel helped spread industrialization. Social Impact of Industrialization Most people lived in poverty and few were wealthy because of industrialization. Attitudes & Values During Industrialization Arts During Industrialization Art focused less on realism after the invention of the camera,
so art became more abstract. A modern day version of a seed drill The crystal palace in Britain was built to demonstrate
all the new inventions of the industrial revolution. Louis-Philippe was the last King of the French. Germany Hapsburg Empire Ottoman Empire Russia The Industrial Revolution increased social
and economic problems in Russia. The Ottoman Empire lasted from
1299-1923. Industrialization caused poor leadership and
social discontent. Military and War unified Germany. Brazilian Revolution The Haitian slaves revolted against the French government. The polish won their
revolution against the
Otttomans. The mexican revolution did not start until 1910. Most South American
revolutions were against
the French, Spanish
and Portugese. After being freed from Portugal, Brazil
became an Empire. Belgium won their independance from the
Kingdom of the Netherlands. Many people converted to Methodism
during the Industrial Revolution. Forms of Imperial Rule Africa Ottoman Empire Egypt/Imperialism Persia/Imperialism India/Imperialism China/Imperialism Japan Southeast Asia & Pacific Australia & New Zealand Latin America/
Economic Imperialism The forms included:
Protectorate, Sphere
of Influence,
and indirect. Most europeans used
the African rescources
to make their own
coutry powerful, opposed
to keeping the wealth in
their African country. Muhammed Amad
said he was the savior
of faith and resisted
British Rule. Britain and Russia fought over
Persia's oilfields. Britain used India's diversity to conquer them. Britain made a
profit selling Indian
opium for Chinese
tea. Japan won Taiwan
in the Sino-Japanese
war. Chinese people left
China for job
opportunities in
Southeast Asia. Australia was not conquered for a while
because it was too distant. Large landowners,
army leaders, and the
Catholic Church
dominated Latin
America. Era 7 part I Era 7 part II Post WWI Britain Post WWI France Soviet Union Under Stalin Nazi Germany Facist Italy Fascist Spain WWII: Western Front WWII: Eastern Front WWII: Pacific Front WWII: China WWII: Japan Stalin was the leader of the soviet union by the end of the 1920s and established a tolitarian state. WWI: Western Front Germany expected a quick victory
but did not happen. WWI: Eastern Front Russia won at first but Germany had
superior technology. WWI: Balkan Front Italy declared war against Austria
but lost in the long run. Technology of Modern
Warfare Poisen gas, machine guns, tanks,
airplanes and submarines. Era 8 Cold War The two most powerful nations at the time were
fighting over democracy and communism. Cold War Example: Communist China Cold War Example: Divided Germany To keep East Berliners from fleeing,
the USSR built the Berlin Wall. Britain recovered slowly after the war but the
standard of living increased. France recovered quickly after World War I. Began with a small coup in Munich (failed), Hitler suceeded through legal means. Mussolini took over Italy due to chaos
after World War I. Spain collapses into civil war and Francisco
Franco is a fascist dictator. Axis Powers took all of Western Europe
except for Britain. Allies on the Eastern Front converge
on Britain. Japan took all Asia but the U.S. stopped
them by the island hopping campaign and
the atomic bomb. The Atomic Bomb was dropped on
Hiroshima and Nagasaki. In July 1937, Japan captured the former
Chinese imperial capital of Beiping. Russian Revolution/
Civil War Mexican Revolution Turkey & Persia
Modernize Arab Nationalism/
European Mandate System Indian Independence Movement Upheavals in China Japan The russians revolted against the tsar
and later came under Communist rule Mexican Revolution began when Diaz
resigned in 1911 Persia modernizes after Turkey. Pan- Arabism grows after WWI. Tens of thousands of Indians were arrested
just for picking up sea salt. Warlords and Nationalists fought for control
of the Chinese Republic. The Great Depression forced
Japan to turn to imperialism. Communist China formed an alliance
with the Soviets from 1949-1960 Cold War Example:
Korea & Vietnam India Soviet Union 5 African Nations Israel Iran Ireland South Africa Rwanda & Sudan The U.S. fought in both to stop them
from becoming Communist. Pakistan and Bangledesh broke
off of India. The Soviet Union ended after
the Cold War. Struggles in Africa mostly dealt with
issues of unity and nationalism. Arabs and Israelis
fight over land
due to the UN
partition plan. Iran and Iraq fight from 1980
to 1988. The Catholic Irish and the Protestant
English both participate in terrorism. Segragation in South Africa caused
many problems. tydeytttruyr
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