Flashcards in Chapters 22,23,24 Deck (38):
Tsar that promoted Russification
Tsar Alexander III
To suppress anything "unrussian"
violent mob attacks on Jewish people
Enlarged the electorate by granting suffrage for us healthy and well
Reform Act of 1832
Longest reign in Britains history, 64 years
A form of government in which the executive leaders are chosen by parliament and are a part of it themselves
The women wouldn't eat
Large estates owned by people whom didn't live there
Irish potato famine
Alliance w various parties
Royalists, ultra naturalists and church officials were charged w undermining France
A movement devoted to rebuilding a Jewish state in Palestine
Americans believed that the nation was destined for to spread across the entire continent, then sea to see
Legal separation of races
Reformers pressed for change
the denomination by one country of the political, economic, or cultural life of another country or region. Motives for new imp. Econ interests , political and military aspirations, religious interests humanitarian efforts superiority complex
- refused imperialism
British were rich because of
Scottish missionary and explorer
Dr. David livingstone
A strong feeling of pride in and devotion to one's country.
He had a policy of "blood and iron." He was called the Iron Chancellor.
Otto von Bismarck
a system in which the people as a whole rather than private individuals own all property and operate all businesses.
are programs to help certain groups of people.
founded a secret society called "Young Italy"
people who want to abolish all government and usually turn to violence.
Worked with livingstone
Calvinist that were extremely self sufficient
Established Egypt as a modern state
: the act or custom of a Hindu widow willingly being cremated on the funeral pyre of her husband as an indication of her devotion to him; also : a woman cremated in this way
India tired of British administration
Brightest jewel n the crown
Clear an area of trees
Occurred because theChinese told Britain that were tired of the drug
Granting equal trade opportunities for all countries
Open door policy on trade
Imperialism the denomination by one country of the political, economic, or cultural life of another country or region. Economic interests overseas expanipsion inspired. Access to natural resources, rubber manganese,
Political and military aspirations merchant and naval vessels needed ports. Colonies needed for national security. Increased the nations prestige (powerful impression) in the world.