World History CP Final Exam Study Guide Chapter 15: Chapter 19: Renaissance Divine Right of Kings Reformation Elizabeth I Counter Reformation Mary I “Bloody Mary” Calvinism Henry VIII Catholicism Spanish Armada 1588 Huguenots Treaty of Westphalia Lutheranism Anglicanism Chapter 20: Religious affiliations of European countries Enlightenment Reasons for wars in 1550 and 1650 Whigs William Shakespeare Tories Machiavelli Oliver Cromwell Michelangelo Cavaliers Leonardo da Vinci Roundheads Ignatius Loyola Thomas Hobbes Martin Luther John Locke Printing Press Legislative, Judicial, and Executive Branches Johannes Gutenberg Ben Franklin Henry VIII Thomas Jefferson Chapter 16: Chapter 21: Slave trade Louis XVI Middle passage 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Estates in France Triangular trade Reign of Terror Mercantilism Robespierre Christopher Columbus Great Fear Heliocentric Coup d’état Geocentric Napoleon Bonaparte Reasons for colonization Napoleonic Code Balboa Congress of Vienna Da Gama Copernicus Chapter 22: Hernan Cortez Industrial Revolution Scientific revolution Place where Industrial Revolution began Factory System Chapter 17: British textile industry Free trade Crop rotation Taiping rebellion Charles “Turnip” Townshend Treaty of Nanking Monopoly Dynasty Henry Bessemer Communism Chapter 18: Proletariat Modern day countries of Ottomans, Safavids, Bourgeoisie Mughals Karl Marx Communist Manifesto Cotton gin Eli Whitney Adam Smith Chapter 23: Charles Darwin Chapter 29: Open Door Policy Chapter 24: Good Neighbor Policy Irish Question Boxers Otto von Bismarck Mohandas Gandhi Prussia’s/Germany’s strength Mao Zedong Peninsulars Long March Creoles Chaing Kai Shek Mestistos Mulattoes Chapter 30: Nazi-Soviet Non-aggression Pact Chapter 25: Munich Conference Kaiser Blitzkrieg Nationalism 1939 Invasion of Poland WWII Chapter 26: Axis Powers Imperialism Allied Powers White Man’s Burden Isolationist Paternalism Pearl Harbor Spheres of Influence Soft Underbelly Maine Island Hopping Roosevelt Corollary D-Day Suez Canal Benito Mussolini Spanish American War FDR Hitler Chapter 27: Neville Chamberlain WWI Churchill Central Powers Gestapo Allied Powers Nuremburg Laws Woodrow Wilson League of Nations Chapter 31: Russian Revolution Cold War Bolsheviks United Nations “Peace, Bread, Land” Nuremburg trials Lenin Marshall Plan Communism Buffer Zone Archduke Franz Ferdinand NATO Treaty of Brest-Litovsk Warsaw Pact Treaty of Versailles Iron Curtain Total War Containment War of Attrition Truman Doctrine Cuban Missile Crisis Chapter 28: Martin Luther King Jr. Stalin Berlin Blockade World powers after WWI Great Depression Stock Market Crash Black Tuesday Fascism Chapter 32: Bay of Pigs Domino Theory NAFTA Nonalignment Cuban Missile Crisis Indira Gandhi Tiananmen Square Chapter 35: Korean War Glasnost 38th Parallel Gorbachev Ho Chi Minh Brezhnev Doctrine Viet Minh Boris Yeltsin Outcome of the Vietnam War Ostopolitik Great Leap Forward EU (European Union) Cultural Revolution Pol Pot Chapter 36: Ngo Dinh Diem Current World Population Effects of Carbon Dioxide Chapter 33: Laser Apartheid Genetics Pan-Africanism Apollo Program Nelson Mandela NASA Suez Canal Crisis Greenhouse effect PLO Superconductor OPEC Space Shuttle Ayatollah Khomeini Acid Rain Saddam Hussein Air plane Iranian Revolution Ozone Layer Persian Gulf War Computer Internet Chapter 34: Cell phones Fidel Castro Chronological Order of Major Historical Events Directions: Please place the following events in chronological order. Major Inventions: Airplane Cotton Gin Space Shuttle Railroad Printing Press 1500 1550 1600 1650 1700 1750 1800 1850 1900 1950 2000 Major Treaties: Treaty of Versailles Treaty of Nanking Treaty of Westphalia Congress of Vienna Treaty of Brest-Litovsk 1500 1550 1600 1650 1700 1750 1800 1850 1900 1950 2000 PART II (Worth 80 points) Essay Question: Choose any of the following questions. Write your answer on the paper provided. Each question is worth 40 points total, but will be doubled to be worth 40% of the test. Students Please Note In developing your paragraphs be sure to… Include specific information and evidence whenever possible Proper essay format is 5 paragraphs: Intro, 3 Body, and Conclusion. Essay Options: 1. Certain types of individuals have had a major influence on historical events Categories A British Monarch (pre-1900) A Dictator A Scientist (1500-1700) An Asian Leader An Enlightened Thinker A Middle East Leader Select 3 categories from the list above and for each on selected: a. Describe a specific contribution or action of this individual b. Discuss a long-term impact of this individual on the course of history 2. Groups throughout history have experienced violations of their basic social, political, or economic rights. Categories Serfs Students Native Americans The Poor Jews Women Blacks Select 3 categories from the list above and for each on selected: a. Describe a specific way the group’s rights have been violated. b. Discuss a social, political, or economic effect these violations had on the group. 3. Certain historical events have brought about significant changes. Categories Voyages of Columbus Treaty of Versailles Defeat of the Spanish Armada Westernization of the Middle East French Revolution Fall of the Berlin Wall Select 3 categories from the list above and for each on selected: a. Describe the event in detail. b. Explain how the event led to significant changes in the world. 4. Throughout history men and women had an impact on their times. They have played various roles in shaping their society. Categories Scientist Revolutionary Political Reformer Explorer Writer Artist Select 3 categories from the list above and for each on selected: a. Describe an action, discovery, invention, or a work of art by each individual. b. Discuss the individuals impact on the political, economic, or social development of his or her nation.
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