Final Test Review
Inventions of Isaac Newton, Francis Bacon, Johannes Kepler, Nicolaus Copernicus, James Watt, Richard Arkwright, Eli Whitney and Henry Bessemer.
Francis: Scientific method.
Kepler: Kelperian telescope
Copernicus: Propose sun was center of universe.
James: Photocopier and Watt steam engine.
Richard: Spinning frame and water frame.
Whitney: Milling, interchangeable parts and cotton gin.
Bessemer: Bessemer saloon and Bessemer process.
What were the causes that led to the French Revoluntion?
2: Kings and Queens rich lifestyle sickened the people.
3: Kings wars and new taxes angered the people.
List and Describe the 3 Estates and the role they played in the Revolution.
2: Noble, had reaffirmed it's local jurisdictions.
3: Rest of people, merchants and beggars.
What was the contributing factor to Napoleon's failure in Russia.
Ideas/Concepts of Adam Smith, Karl Marx, Locke and Voltaire.
Marx: Labor theory of value, class struggle, alienation and communism.
Locke: Life,Liberty and Property.
Voltaire: Didn't believe in single religions.
Describe the impacts of the enlightenment thinkers of the 1700 and 1800 society.
Describe the impact the American Revolution had on the rest of the world.
What are the roles of Toussaint L ' Ouverture, Simon Bolivar and Jose de Martin in the Latin American Revolution?
Simon: Previous offices.
Jose: Military Leader.
How are the Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment similar?
Reasons that the Industrial Revoluntion began in Great Britain first.
2. Large working mass.
3. Had enough money.
4. Had enough land.
What were the impacts of the Industrial Revolution on society?
2. Ending of feudalism.
3. Rise of capitalism, socialism and communism.
What's was Lenin's promise and slogan during the Bolshevik Revolution?
2. "All power to the soviets". It wanted supreme soviet drawn from all soviets to govern the country.
Why did Europeans "scramble for Africa" in the late 1800s?
3. Henry Morton
Stalins 5 year plan and the economy of the Soviet Union under Stalin.
2. Economy: More capitalism-oriented policy
Totalitariaism and reason for its emergence during the 1920's and 1930's.
2. People were convinced that certain ideoloies like communism of Nazim