Lecture Notes for HIST 1214 - History of the Modern World at Virginia Tech (VT)

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Material Type:Review Sheet
Class:HIST 1214 - History of the Modern World
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Spring 2007
  • Husayn-Mcmahon Correspondence
  • Great Britain
  • The Long March
  • Nationality
  • Particularly
  • Nicholas Ii
  • Socialist Party
  • Extermination
  • May Fourth Movement
  • The Economic Problem
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History Mid-Term Review Chapter 2 1. The most significant economic trend around 1900 was a. the rise of Western industry based on worldwide resources and markets 2. According to Karl Marx, what factor(s) comprise a society’s basic foundation or structure? c. productive forces and economic relationships 3. The Fashoda Crisis was an example of b. imperialist rivalry 4. In the military buildup at the turn of the century, the nation that strove to create both the world’s largest army and navy was a. Germany b. Great Britain c. Russia d. the United States 5. In the Western world during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries a. conservatism had been losing ground to liberalism b. socialism was challenging conservatism and liberalism c. anarchism and syndicalism had appeared d. all of the above 6. Much of the world, especially Europe and the United States, experienced a marked population increase due to which one of the following? a. shorter and less frequent warfare b. improved living conditions in u...

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