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First Semester World History Review Sheet
Directions: Look up the answers to all of the following questions and terms. You may turn this
in for 15 points
EXTRA CREDIT towards your final grade. It must be hand written and not typed and old
review sheets do not count, although probably a good place to reference. This will be a 115
question final.
I. Sources of Democratic Tradition: Chapter 1 pp. 7-47 with 28 multiple choice questions
• Democracy: Direct/In-direct • Democracy • Polis • Athens were focused on what regarding
the individual? • Alexander the Great • Persian Wars • Sparta • Paul and Christianity •
Peloponnesian war • What is Hellenism? • Israelites differed from other people by • How did
the 100 years war change England politically? • Who believed that the ideal govt. should be
ruled by philosopher kings? • Aristotle: How did he feel about justice? • When a country’s
constitution requires that the branches of a government remain independent? • In Rome who
chose the dictators? • Who were the people of the Senate • What was the greatest legacy of
Rome? • What was the Jews sacred text? • What were Jesus’s teachings rooted in? •What
medieval Christian scholar reconciled the idea of faith? • What type of government was
established by the English Bill of Rights •
II. Enlightenment: Chapter 2 pp. 53-105 with 28 multiple choice questions
• Communism • Popular Sovereignty • Montesquieu • T. Jefferson • Locke • Voltaire •
Hobbes • Karl Marx • Adam Smith • Salon • Diderot • Magna Carta • What is the Divine
Right of Kings • The constitution created a federal republic that divided power between •
.Elegant compositions by Mozart were called what? • The govt. and church argued that their
war of censorship was justified by? • Who argued that the purpose of government was to
safeguard people’s natural rights? • Adam Smith said that what would regulate the economy?
• Who came up with the idea of checks and balances? •According to Thomas Hobbes what was
the best form of government? • Enlightenment thinkers were inspired by what revolution? •
What was an enlightened despot? • What do physiocrats believe was the best trade policy •
Mary Wollstonecraft argued for what in her book •
IV. French Revolution Chapter 3 pp. 108-137 with 22 multiple choice questions
• The Estates • King Louis XVI • Marie Antoinette • National Convention • National
Assembly • What was the model for the Declaration of Right of Man • What was one result of
the Estates General • National Assembly agreed to sell off land owned by whom • What form
of govt. did the radicals create at the National Convention in 1792 • What war tactic helped the
Russians defeat the French • What was Napoleon’s final defeat • What was the Continental
System • What happened under the Napoleonic Code • What was Napoleon’s 3 man governing
board called • During the Reign of Terror who was the authority • How did Robespierre think
a republic of Virtue could be achieved • When the Radicals took over in 1792 who got voting
rights • What form of government did the National Assembly create • What did the women
want at Louis XVI palace •
V. Revolutions in Europe and Latin America: Chapter 4 pp. 143-161 with 6 multiple choice
• What did the liberals believe in? • What did the conservatives believe in? • Which
revolutionary leader helped free Argentina • Toussaint L’Ouverture led a revolt in which
country? • What event led to Simon Bolivar to fight for Independence for Latin American •
Simon Bolivar •
VI. French Revolution FOCUS: • Both the US Declaration of Independence and the French
Declaration of Rights of man that governments must protect what? • During the Reign of Terror
Robespierre tried to crush whom • The goal of the drafting of the Tennis Court oath was •
Chief reason for Napoleon’s rise to power was • The fall of the Bastille was significant because?
• Which leader was inspired by the ideas of the Revolution and the ideas of the Enlightenment
and will lead a revolution in Latin American • Which leader was inspired by the ideas of the
American Revolution and the Enlightenment to liberate S. American and Spain? • How were
the French and American Revolution similar IE: think government • How did the Congress of
Vienna suppress nationalism in Europe? •
VII. Industrial Revolution: Chapter 5 and 6: pp. 170-221 with 24 multiple choice questions
• Marx referred to the working class as • Which group established communities where
everything is shared • What was the solution for poverty according to socialism • What was
the cure for poverty according to Laissez-faire economics • What were the long term effects of
Industrialization • Why were most factory workers women • How were railroads an
improvement over canals • Who invented the steam engine • What is Enclosure • Who
discovered the sterilization of instruments • What invention made the combustion engine
possible • Bessemer method • Where were factories first used • Abraham Darby invented
what • Where did the technology come from for the first factories • What was the goal for most
people in achieving the greatest happiness • Utilitarianism • Karl Marx • Why did Textiles •
Cotton Gin • How did people’s lives change during the 1800’s • What was the style of art in the
1800’s • Social Darwinism • Social Gospel • Socialism • What was a major reason for a
population explosion in Europe • Legislative Assembly • How did the assembly line effect the
cost of goods •
XI. Imperialism: • Colonies were see as what? • Economically what enabled Japan to become a
colonial power? • The British commonly referred to the Suez Canal in Egypt as the “Lifeline of
the Empire” because? • What was the Boxer Rebellion? • What caused the collapse of the
Chinese Empire in 1912? • Mohandas Gandhi used his philosophy of nonviolent noncooperation in an effort to? • By 1914, Ethiopia and Liberia were the only 2 African countries
to? •
1. I would make a review sheet of all the questions breaking your review sheet up into
sections so the final is not too overwhelming.
2. There are 11 sections, do 1-2 sections a night either writing down each section on a
separate piece of paper or make flash cards.
3. Before starting a new section for that night have someone quiz you before you do
another section and then have that same person quiz you on the new material and
the old material.
4. Do this for 5 nights and then the night before the final focus solely on review and the
essay, that will be exactly like the one above.
5. Do not study for more than 30 minutes at a time/ take a 10-minute break and do
something fun and come back to your studies.