The Age of Nation-States Guided Reading by lanyuehua


									Name___________________                                                                         Mr. Driscoll
Guided Reading Questions                                                                AP European History

                                  CHAPTER 22: The Age of Nation-States

The Crimean War & Reforms in the Ottoman Empire (p. 731-734)
   1. Why did the Ottoman Empire attempt to reform itself between 1839
       and 1914?
   2. What was the result of these efforts?

Italian Unification (p. 734-738)
     3. Why was it so difficult to unify Italy?
     4. What groups wanted unification?
     5. Why did Cavour succeed?
     6. What did Garibaldi contribute to Italian unification?

German Unification (p. 738-742)
   7. How and why did Bismarck unify Germany?
   8. Why had earlier attempts failed?
   9. How did German unification affect the rest of Europe?

France: From Liberal Empire to the Third Republic (p. 743 - 746)
   10. What events led to the establishment of the Third Republic in France?
   11. What were the objectives of the Paris Commune?
   12. How did the Dreyfus affair affect the Third Republic?

The Hapsburg Empire (p. 746 – 749)
   13. What problems did Austria share with other eastern European empires?
   14. Were they solved?
   15. Why did the Hapsburgs agree to the Compromise of 1867?
   16. Was it a success?

Russia:   Emancipation and Revolutionary Stirrings (p. 750 – 752)
   17.    What reforms did Alexander II institute in Russia?
   18.    Did they solve Russian’s domestic problems?
   19.    Why did the abolition of serfdom not satisfy the peasants?
   20.    What were the goals of The People’s Will?

Great Britain: Toward Democracy (p. 752 – 758)
   21. How did the policies of the British Liberal and Conservative parties differ between 1860 and 1890?
   22. Why was Irish home rule such a divisive issue in British politics?
                          CHAPTER 22: The Age of Nation-States

1. The Crimean War

2. The Carbonari

3. Giuseppe Mazzini

4. Camillo Cavour

5. Otto Von Bismark

6. The Franco-Prussian War

7. The Paris Commune

8. The Third Republic

9. The Dreyfus Affair

10. “Augleich”

11. Alexander II’s Reforms

12. Alexander Herzen

13. Land and Freedom Society

14. “The People’s Will”

15. The Second Reform Act (1867)

16. William Gladstone

17. The Irish Question

18. Charles Stewart Parnell

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