SOL REVIEW QUESTIONS Created by Christopher Davis, Staunton
SOL REVIEW QUESTIONS Created by Christopher Davis, Staunton City Schools Information courtesy of Thomas Travato, Louisa County Schools WHO WAS ERASMUS? Renaissance Humanist Wrote In Praise of
Folly WHERE DID BOTH HINDUISM & BUDDHISM BEGIN? India ON A MAP, WHERE WOULD YOU FIND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE? WHERE ON A MAP WOULD YOU FIND THE MUGHAL EMPIRE?
WHAT WAS PRIMARILY TRADED ON THE TRANS-SAHARAN TRADE ROUTE? Gold Salt FOR WHAT TWO TRADE GOODS WERE THE OTTOMANS FAMOUS? Coffee Ceramics
WHAT DID THE CHINESE GIVE US? Compass Silk Tea Porcelain WHAT INDUSTRY DID INDIA INFLUENCE THE MOST IN GREAT BRITAIN?
Textiles WHERE DID OUR NUMBER SYSTEM COME FROM? Muslims/Arabs (Thats why their called Arabic numerals) WHO STARTED THE REFORMATION?
Martin Luther (hes got 95 Theses, but the Pope aint one) Hates Indulgences Bible is the only source of truth
WHO BELIEVED IN PREDESTINATION? John Calvin WHO BROKE WITH THE CATHOLIC CHURCH BECAUSE HE WANTED A DIVORCE? Henry
VIII WHO MADE THE ANGLICAN CHURCH THE NATIONAL CHURCH OF ENGLAND? Elizabeth I WHO IS THE THIRTY YEARS WAR BETWEEN?
Catholics Protestant s WHAT GIVES RELIGIOUS FREEDOM TO THE HUGUENOTS? Edict of Nantes
(issued by French King Henry IV) WHAT IS THE CATHOLIC RESPONSE TO THE REFORMATION? Counter Reformatio n WHAT INVENTION DRAMATICALLY INCREASES LITERACY & SPREADS IDEAS
THROUGHOUT EUROPE? WHO ESTABLISHES A NAVIGATION SCHOOL IN PORTUGAL THAT GIVES PORTUGAL THE LEAD IN EXPLORATION? Prince Henry the Navigator
WHO ESTABLISHED A SEA ROUTE FROM PORTUGAL TO INDIA? Vasco da Gama WHO CLAIMED MOST OF EASTERN CANADA FOR FRANCE? Jacques
Cartier WHO FOREVER LINKED THE EASTERN & WESTERN HEMISPHERES? Christophe r Colombus WHO CIRCUMNAVIGATED
THE WORLD FIRST? Magellan WHO CIRCUMNAVIGATED THE GLOBE FOR ENGLAND? Drake WHO DID HERNANDO CORTES CONQUER?
Aztecs WHO DID FRANCISCO PIZARRO CONQUER? Incas WHAT HAPPENS AS A RESULT OF THE COLOMBIAN EXCHANGE? To Americas Horses, Cattle, Disease To Europe Plants (Tomatoes, Potatoes, Tobacco, Corn, etc.)
Native (First) Americans die of disease European population increases WHAT GETS TRADED IN TRIANGULAR TRADE? From Americas to Europe raw materials (lumber, sugar, cotton, etc.) From Europe to Africa manufactured goods From Africa to Americas Slaves Middle Passage = slave trade from
Africa to Americas WHO CONQUERED WHAT CITY IN 1453 THAT HELPED START THE RENAISSANCE?
People Ottomans City Constantinople City name changed to Istanbul FOR WHAT ARCHITECTURAL ACHEIVEMENT ARE THE MUGHALS MOST FAMOUS? WHAT EMPIRE WAS RULED BY A SHOGUN & ISOLATED THEMSELVES FROM THE REST OF THE WORLD?
Japan WHAT DID AFRICA TRADE DURING THE AGE OF EXPLORATION? Slaves Middle Passage Imports corn, peanuts, manufactured goods Exports slaves, gold, ivory
WHAT DOES MERCANTILISM MEAN? Mother countries get wealthy from trade with colonies during the Commercial Revolution. FAMOUS SCIENTISTS
Copernicus Kepler Galileo Newton Harvey Pasteur
Heliocentric Theory Laws of planetary motion Proved heliocentry theory with telescope Gravity, laws of motion Heart circulates the blood
Germ theory of disease Small pox vaccine ABSOLUTE MONARCHS Who said I am the state, and built Versailles
as his symbol of power? Louis XIV (14) Who westernized his country, and built St. Petersburg as his
symbol of power? Peter the Great WHO EXECUTES CHARLES I & RULES ENGLAND AS LORD PROTECTOR? Oliver Cromwell WHO RULES ENGLAND AS A RESULT OF THE
GLORIOUS REVOLUTION (BLOODLESS) & GUARANTEES AN ENGLISH BILL OF RIGHTS? William Mary & WHAT EVENT STIMULATES RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE & INSPIRES BOTH THE AMERICAN & FRENCH REVOLUTIONS?
The Enlightenmen t (aka the Age of Reason) ENLIGHTENMENT PHILOSOPHERS
Hobbes Locke Rousseau Montesquie Voltaire
Best government is absolute monarchy Natural rights are Life, Liberty & Property Social Contract
Three branches of government are best Freedom of Religion & Freedom of Speech WHAT TWO EVENTS CAUSE THE FRENCH REVOLUTION? Enlightenmen t
American Revolution FRENCH REVOLUTION Two important events of F.R.
Storming of the Bastille (Starts it all) Reign of Terror (starts with execution of Louis XVI 16)
Two Results of F.R. End of Absolute Monarchy in France Rise of Napoleon LATIN AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE
Father Miguel Hidalgo Toussaint LOuverture Simon Bolivar
Starts independence movement in Mexico Starts independence movement in Haiti
Starts independence movement in South America WHO PAINTED LIBERTY LEADING THE PEOPLE? Eugene Delacroix
WHO WROTE THE FIRST NOVEL, DON QUIXOTE? Cervantes WHO GAVE FRANCE A STANDARDIZED LAW CODE & CAUSE NATIONALISM TO RISE IN MOST EUROPEAN COUNTRIES? Napoleon WHAT RESTORES ABSOLUTE
MONARCHIES IN EUROPE & ESTABLISHES A BALANCE OF POWER? Congress of Vienna (Metternich) ITALIAN UNIFICATION
Who unifies Northern Italy using diplomacy? Count Cavour Who unifies
Southern Italy through violence? Garibaldi WHO UNIFIES GERMANY THROUGH DIPLOMACY (REALPOLITIK) & VIOLENCE (FRANCO-PRUSSIAN WAR)? Otto von
Bismarck WHY DOES THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION START IN GREAT BRITAIN? Enclosure movement (farmers move to cities) Cheap labor (those unemployed farmers) Natural resources (remember coal) Inventions (spinning jenny, flying
shuttle, steam engine) INVENTORS Eli Whitney Johann Gutenburg
James Watt Henry Bessemer Cotton Gin Printing Press Steam Engine Process for
making steel ECONOMIC THEORIES
Who gives us the ideas of Capitalism? Adam Smith Other ideas from Smith Laissez-faire (no government involvement)
Private ownership of means of production Whats his book called? Wealth of Nations
Who gives us the ideas of Communism? Karl Marx Other ideas from
Marx Communism needs violent revolution Redistribution of Wealth Government owns means of production Whats his book called? Communist Manifesto LABOR LAW REFORM
Who worked in factories because they were a source of cheap labor? Women Children
What reforms resulted from those labor practices? Suffrage (vote)
for Women Child labor laws LABOR REFORMS What caused the rise of labor unions? Poor working
conditions in factories How did workers get more rights (sick time,
vacation, better pay, better hours)? Strikes Collective bargaining IN THE AGE OF IMPERIALISM, WHAT TWO THINGS DID EUROPEANS NEED? Markets Materials
(raw) WHAT LINKS THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA & INDIAN OCEAN FOR TRADE? Suez Canal WHAT DID EUROPEANS USE TO CONTROL TRADE IN CHINA?
Spheres of Influence BEFORE IMPERIALISM, HOW DID THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT CONTROL TRADE WITH EUROPEANS? Trade
Enclaves WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I? Militarism Alliance System Imperialism Nationalism
WHAT CAUSES THE UNITED STATES TO ENTER WWI? Zimmerman Telegram Germany offered alliance to Mexico if it would invade U.S.A. RESULTS OF THE TREATY OF VERSAILLES Blames Germany for WWI
Germany pays reparations Germany has reduced military Creates League of Nations Creates Mandate System THE MANDATE SYSTEM TAKES TERRITORY FROM THE OLD OTTOMAN EMPIRE & GIVES IT TO -
France Syria & Lebanon Great Britain Palestine & Jordan RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONS ARE CAUSED BY - Poor
Leadership of Nicholas II WWI Vladimir Lenin WHO LED THE GREAT PURGE TO ELIMINATE HIS OPPONENTS & WHAT WAS THE COUNTRY? Joseph Stalin
U.S.S.R. (Soviet Union) WHY DOES THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS FAIL? No power to enforce its decisions United States never joins
WHAT ARE EFFECTS OF THE GREAT DEPRESSION? High unemployment Bank failures Rise of totalitarian governments WHAT TERRITORY DOES JAPAN INVADE IN THE 1930S & WHY?
Manchuria To get Raw Materials (imperialism) WHAT POLICY FAILS TO PREVENT WWII? Appeasement
(remember Munich Conference) WORLD WAR II EVENTS Germany Invades Poland Fall of France Battle of Britain Germany invades Soviet Union Japan attacks Pearl Harbor D-Day V-E Day (Germany Surrenders)
Atomic bombs on Hiroshima & Nagasaki V-J Day (Japan surrenders) 20TH CENTURY GENOCIDES Armenian Genocide Turks kill Christians Holocaust Nazis kill Jews, gypsies & others (aka Final Solution) Rwanda Hutus vs Tutsis
Yugoslavia Christians kill Muslims COLD WAR United States Capitalism NATO
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