Study Guide for Chapter 22 - Nationalism Triumphs in Europe Terms and People to Know
1. pgs. 690-695
Prussia Rhine Confederation German Confederation Zollverein Frankfurt Assembly
Frederick William IV Otto von Bismarck Junkers King William I chancellor Realpolitik Hohenzollerns
Schleswig and Holstein Danish War annexed Seven Weeks or Austro Prussian War Franco Prussian War North German Confederation Napoleon III Ems Dispatch kaiser Second Reich Bundesrat Reichstag
2. pgs. 696-699
Krupp Steel August Thyssen Carl Zeiss Kulturkampf Jesuits Socialists
Social Democraric Party William II social welfare
3. pgs. 700-704
Giussepe Mazzini Risorgimento Victor Emmanuel II Sardinia Count Camillo Cavour Lombard Venetia Napoleon III Giuseppe Garibaldi Red Shirts Young Italy Movement The Red Cross Risorgimento Victor Emmanuel II anarchists emigration
4. pgs. 705-709
Hapsburgs Francis I of Austria Francis Joseph Ferenc or Francis Deak The Dual Monarchy The Balkans The Ottoman Empire "dying man or sick man of Europe" "Balkan powder keg"
5. pgs. 710-718
Colossus Serfdom Alexander II Crimean War Alexander I Decembrist Revolt Czar Nicholas I
Emancipation Decree zemstvoz People's Will Alexander III pogroms refugees
Nicholas II Trans-Siberian Railway Vladimir Ulyanov "Lenin" Russo-Japanese War
Father George Gapon Bloody Sunday The Revolution of 1905 October Manifesto Duma Peter Stolypin
• Explain how early German nationalism paved the way for German unity.
• How was Bismarck able to unify Germany?
• What economic changes occurred in Germany in the mid 1800s?
• What did Bismarck do to adjust to the industrial and socialist changes in Germany?
• How was Italy able to unify and what problems did they face after 1861?
• Describe and explain the nationalistic conflcits in the Balkans and the formation of the Dual
• Describe and explain Russia'a attempts at reforms and industrialization.
• Outline the causes and results of the Revolution of 1905.