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Global History Timeline

Key events throughout global history
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Viola Schmid-Doyle

on 24 November 2012

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Global History and Geography A Timeline of 0 2000 CE 1000 CE (cc) image by jantik on Flickr 3000 BCE 9000 BCE 9000 BC Neolithic Revolution 3000 BC Ancient Egypt 476 CE Fall of Rome 800 - 1250 CE Golden Age of Islam 1100-1300 CE Crusades 1200-1400 CE Mongol Empire 1200-1350 CE Mali 1300-1600 CE Renaissance and Reformation 1500 CE Age of Exploration 1600-1800 CE: Enlightenment and Scientific Revolution 1750 CE Industrial Revolution in England 1789 CE French Revolution Age of Imperialism: 1884: Berlin Conference/Scramble for Africa 1914-1918 WWI 1939-1945 WWII 1945-1991 Cold War September 11, 2001 (9-11) 1917 Bolshevik (Russian) Revolution 1945-1985 Decolonization 1949 Chinese Communist Revolution 1948: Birth of Israel 1948: Partition of India and Independence 1994: Apartheid Ends in South Africa The Neolithic Revolution was the when people stopped hunting and gathering. They started settling and forming communities and farming. ---->>>>> Middle East and Africa Pharaohs, Hieroglyphs, Mummification, and Great Pyramids
Great civilization along the Nile River Key Turning Point:
Before:Golden Age (period of peace and less struggle)=Pax Romana;
Roads and aqueducts; trade
Control of the Mediterranean region and most of Western Europe
Ideas of government and law: republic, veto, Twelve Table of Law, trial by jury
Introduction of Christianity
After:
Europe enters Dark Ages (Medieval Period)
Roman achievements forgotten until the Renaissance
Eastern Roman Empire lives on until 1453 when Ottoman Turks take it over Took place in New York City
Terrorists from Al Queda
Flew a plane into the Twin Towers the crusades kickstarted the renisanse and refromation. these wars were faught by he turks and the europeans from 1100-1300 a war between the allies and the axis.
a war started because Hitler invaded Poland and Hitler's allies were Japan and Italy
Lots of Jews died
the united states didn't join the war until the events of pearlharbor * The United States and the Soviet Union fought against each other in a war of words.
* Americans had long been wary of Soviet communism and concerned about Russian leader Joseph Stalin’s tyrannical, blood-thirsty rule of his own country. ~ The revival of ancient Greek and Roman ideas.
- Artists: Leonardo DaVinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, Sofonisba Anguissola.
-Authors: Dante, Cervantes, Shakespeare, Machiavelli The age of Enlightenment was a period of time when developments in science and technology during the 16th and 17th century. It brought many ideas and theorys to the world. Who: Central powers: Germany, Italy, Austria Hungary. Allies: France, Great Britain.
What:
When: bewteen 1914-1918
Where: in europe
Why: because the archaduke was killed Who: The English men and women
What: Time period in which there were many advances in technology and equipment
When: 1750-1860
Where: England
Why: To improve work etiquette and increase jobs The Berlin Conference was where countries came together to divide Africa into colonies
Started in 1884
Many countries are in poverty today because of this Who: France (Louis XVI)
What: a war that overthrew absolute monarchy; high taxes
When: 1789
Where: France
How: After WWII, a jewish homeland is created in the Middle East
Located in Palestine, but was the ancient location of Israel (until 70 CE)
Led to Arab-Israeli conflict and several wars in the Middle East
Israel wants security; terrorism is frequently used Europeans explored Africa, Asia, the Americas and Oceania It is often seen as a bridge between the Middle Ages and Modern era 1917
communist takeover
11 million peasants into World War I
Russian people became discouraged with their injuries and the loss of life
Russia was in ruins, ripe for revolution Mali was the Muslim empire lead by Mansa Musa, and he brought gold and riches to the Middle East. Largest Empire Vietnam War 1959-1975 Guerrilla Warfare
Ho Chi Minh
Mustard Gas
Flamethrowers
Proxy War So basically,China didn't like the way there government was being run, So a guy by the name of Mao Tse Tung and took over the government .
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