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The accomplishments of the Congress of Vienna included all of the following EXCEPT
a) creating a balance of power among European nations. b) signing the alliances that made up the Concert of Europe. c) surrounding France with strong neighboring countries. d) reinstating the royal families dethroned by Napoleon.
Which event did Otto von Bismarck use to gain support from Germans in the south?
a) defeat of the Junkers b) defeat of the Junkers c) the Franco-Prussian War d) the German Confederation
By 1849, most of Europe was under the control of the
a) liberals. b) radicals. c) conservatives. d) peasants.
The site for St. Petersburg was chosen because it was near
a) water routes to Europe. b) Moscow. c) Peter's favorite palace. d) major roadways to Europe.
The Declaration of Independence was written by
a) John Adams. b) Thomas Jefferson. c) Benjamin Franklin. d) Patrick Henry.
Most of the early battles of the Thirty Years' War were won by the
a) German Protestants. b) Hapsburgs. c) Calvinists. d) French Catholics.
Peter the Great's main reason for visiting the West was to
a) learn about Western customs and technology. b) impress the West with Russia's learning and technology. c) gain allies for Russia. d) gain a warm-water seaport for Russia.
At the time that Peter the Great took the throne, the most essential part of the Russian economy was
a) merchants and bankers. b) serfs. c) trade relations with Europe. d) colonies.
Who originated the political style known as realpolitik?
a) Camillo di Cavour b) King Victor Emmanuel II c) Giuseppe Garibaldi d) Otto von Bismarck
In the mid-1600s, the group that was LEAST dependent on the labor of serfs was
a) the nations of western Europe. b) the kingdom of Poland. c) the Ottoman Empire. d) the Holy Roman Empire.
Ivan the Terrible's cruelty was aimed mainly at
a) nobles. b) merchants. c) priests. d) serfs.
In the 19th century, collective bargaining was carried out between
a) political and financial leaders. b) communists and capitalists. c) government and unions. d) employers and employees.
In Russia, the boyars were
a) career soldiers. b) merchants. c) landowning nobles. d) slave-like laborers.
In the 1700s, the process of enclosure tended to increase
a) farmers' reliance on a single cash crop. b) the amount of common land available for grazing. c) the use of the broadcast method of seeding. d) farming efficiency.
How successful were the Revolutions from 1830 to 1848?
a) The liberals won in the Ottoman Empire. b) None achieved their goals. c) Only the Greek Revolution was successful. d) Very successful - each revolutionary group achieved its goal.
Frederick II came to power as the
a) king of Prussia. b) king of Austria. c) elector of Brandenburg. d) emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.
How did the crop rotation system that developed in Britain during the agricultural revolution increase crop yields?
a) by decreasing the amount of land used to grow nutrient-depleting crops b) by allowing more land to rest c) by increasing nutrients in the soil d) by ensuring that more of the seeds that were planted actually sprouted
The person most responsible for the accomplishments of the Congress of Vienna was
a) Prince Klemens von Metternich of Austria. b) Czar Alexander I of Russia. c) Emperor Francis I of Austria. d) King Frederick William III of Prussia.
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