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Emancipation of 22.5 million serfs in 1861

Czar Alexander II (Russia)

2

Cause of American Civil War

South Americans were pro-slavery and North Americans were anti.

3

He issued emancipation proclamation freeing the American Negro

Abraham Lincoln

4

Pres. Juanito Suarez vs. Emperor Napoleon III of the 2nd French Empire

Mexico

5

_____ helped Mexco ending the French ambition to colonize Latin America

USA

6

Count Camillo Benso Di Cavour

Italy

7

Garibaldi

Italy

8

Red Shirts Army vs Austrians and French armies

Italy

9

Became easy targets of colonizers

Italy

10

Loser; split into various states; not unified

Germany

11

Iron Chancellor

Otto Von Bismarck

12

Franco-Prussian War

German vs. French

13

Original americans

13 colonies in the eastern side

14

USA made ______ her buffer zone

Mexico

15

Became rich through banking

Italy

16

group of states ruled by rich families

Italy

17

richest family in italy

Medicci Family

18

From a loose confederation of weak states to a unified powerful empire

Germany

19

A big fan of German history and culture

Rizal

20

First theme

Freedom, Unification, Identity-Building

21

Second theme

Global Prestige, Imperialism, Colonization, Domination

22

She was much tougher than a man

Queen Victoria

23

Queen Victoria was _____ years old when she assumed the position

18

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_________ Rules in the Waves under ____________

Britania
Queen Victoria

25

They had the number one navy

Britania

26

They used their navy to spread opium

Britania

27

What is the Opium war?

Britania forced China to use opium so China became addicted and useless.

28

Because of the Opium war, Britania got _______ and ____________.

Hong Kong
Kowloon

29

Great Britain's next target after China

India

30

British got the __________ in India.

Mogul Empire

31

Mogul Empire

India
Pakistan
Bangladesh

32

Anglo-Burmese wars

Burma
Ceylon
Myanmar
Maldives
Malaya
Singapore
Egypt
Australia
New Zealand

33

Failed in getting global prestige

Spain

34

Quiet power of the Pacific

Australia

35

France in Southeast Asia

Vietnam
Cambodia
Laos

36

Had a very smart king so was spared in the WWII

Thailand

37

Eastward expansion to Sibera and Muslim Khanates countries of Central Asia and China

Russia

38

Got Manchuria and built the 5800 miles Trans-Siberian Railways connecting Vladivostok and Moscow

Russia

39

Complicated trains; bullet trains

Japan

40

Convinced by Commodore Matthew Perry of USA to reopen frrom 214 years of isolation

Japan

41

Benchmarking

Japan

42

She got Formosa or Taiwan and Pescadoras

Japan

43

Annexed Korea in 1910

Japan

44

Started colonizing in 1871

Germany

45

Yap Island of Carolines

Germany

46

He did not resist the invasion (Germany)

Don Enrique de Capriles

47

"Carolina Questions"

Jose Rizal; La Publicidad of M. de Morayta in Barcelona

48

Spain's sovereignty over Carolines and Palaus

Arbitration

49

Concessions granted to Germany (Arbitration)

a. Right to trade
b. Right to establish coaling station in Yap for German navy

50

Third theme

Defeat, Stagnation as World Power

51

Mistress of the Sea no more

Spain

52

Vanished siglo de oro or golden age

Spain

53

First to revolt against Spain

Paraguay

54

heart of South America

Paraguay

55

If Paraguay can fight, they also can, even better

Argentina

56

Second to revolt

Argentina

57

Followed the rebellion; rich because surrounded by water

Chile

58

Northern part of South America; also revolted against Spain

Columbia and Ecuador

59

Left to Portugal

Brazil