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European / Latin American Nationalism Part I.

What event in history helped the spread the nationalism throughout Europe in the 1800's?
a) The Enlightenment
b) The Glorious Revolution
c) The English Civil War
d) None of the Above

Which Enlightenment idea(s) did Napoleon's Army bring to the countries that were conquered by France?
a) Social Contract
b) Natural Rights
c) Limited Gov't
d) All of the above

Why did the people of Europe begin to develop nationalist feelings in Post-Napoleon time period?
a) They felt Napoleon had every right to take over their countries.
b) The people of Eastern Europe welcomed Napoleon because they felt their gov'ts were no longer protecting their rights.
c) The people wanted to eliminate Napoleon's presence.
d) None of the above

What re-established the balance of power in Europe after Napoleon's exile in 1815?
a) The Congress of Vienna
b) The Treaty of Versailles
c) The Congress of Westphalia
d) The Treaty of Aix-La-Chapelle

This became the motto of the Independence movements of the 1800s in Europe and Latin America because it helped grow Nationalism /Revolutions in those regions.
a) Liberty
b) Equality
c) Franternity
d) All of the Above

(+/-) Unification of people with a common culture along with separatist groups forming their own forms of representative gov't were the two main aspects of the nationalism movements in Europe.
a) Positive
b) Negative

What was the first group to gain independence in Europe during the Nationalism Movements of the 1800s
a) The Bulgarians
b) The Greeks
c) The Poles
d) The Magyars

Why did Charles X and Louis-Philippe get overthrown as French Monarchs?
a) They wanted to exercise absolute power along with losing popularity among the French citizens
b) They forced Napoleon in exile to Elba.
c) They were unable to gain land in the Franco-Prussian Wars
d) None of the above

Which emperor stabilized and industrialized France
a) Napoleon III
b) Louis-Philippe
c) Charles X
d) Louis XVI

What was made up of 39 German States with Austria and Prussia being the most powerful?
a) Germany
b) The Holy Roman Empire
c) The German Confederation
d) THe Austro-Hungarian Empire

Who was the leader of the German Independence Movement?
a) Otto Von Bismarck
b) Giuseppe Garibaldi
c) Count Cavour
d) Victor Emmanuel

The politics of reality, this is how Otto Von Bismarck gained power in Germany.
a) Socialism
b) Communism
c) Realpolitik
d) Republicanism

What was the speech given to by Bismarck which stated how Prussia became strong?
a) blood and guts
b) blood and strength
c) blood and steel
d) blood and iron

What wars helped Bismarck achieve German Unification
a) War with Denmark
b) Franco Prussian War
c) Austro Prussian War
d) All of the above

Who unified Northern Italy
a) Count Cavour
b) Victor Emmanuel
c) Giuseppe Garibaldi
d) Luigi Italiano

Who unified Southern Italy
a) Count Cavour
b) Luigi Italiano
c) Giuseppe Garibaldi
d) Mario Italiano

This group held the highest paying jobs and all the positions in gov't in Latin America
a) Pennisulares
b) Creoles
c) Mulattos
d) Mestizos

This group could not run for politics, but could become military officers. They also led most of the revolutions in Latin America
a) Mestizos
b) Mulattos
c) Creoles
d) Penninsulares

This mixed African/European group were used as slave labor in Latin America
a) mestizos
b) mulattos
c) creoles
d) penninsulares

This group was mixed between European/Native Americans and unlike the slaves, had their freedom.
a) mulattos
b) mestizos
c) Penninsulares
d) creoles

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