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CP World History (Unit 10, #9)
Name ______________________________
Date ___________________ Pd ________
Periodization 4 Review: The Early Modern Era (1750-1914)
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Major People of the Post-Classical Age: Match each person with the correct historical empire or epoch and provide a brief
summary of their contribution to world history
Gunpowder Empires
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East Asian Empires: Qing China & Japan
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Political Revolutions, Nationalist Leaders
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Adam Smith
Akbar
Boxers and Sepoys
Henry Bessemer
James Watt
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John Locke
Kangxi
Karl Marx
Montesquieu
Napoleon
Enlightenment
Industrial Revolution
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Imperialism
Queen Victoria of Britain
Representatives at the Congress of Berlin
Shah Abbas
Shogun Oda Nobunaga
Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu
 Simon Bolivar
 Suleyman the
Magnificent
 Thomas Jefferson
Cause and Effect Relationships: Consider the following cause-effect flow charts and fill in the major ideas that are missing.
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Superpower Status: In Periodizations 1, 2, and 3, Asia (especially China) was the epicenter for wealth and power in the world.
However, from 1750 to 1914 important events in Europe and Asia led to the emergence of Western Europe as the new center
of power in the world. What caused this shift in power? Complete the timeline below with relevant examples