The growing or birth of production
The proclamation that prevented European nations from colonizing in the Americas
The war that led Western imperialism in China
The belief that one achieves more than others by genetic or biological superiority
Devotion to the culture of a nation
A method of manufacturing adopted in England during the Industrial Revolution.
A change in political control of Japan whereby the emperor regained his political power.
Meaning “wreaking of havoc” in Russian, this was a massive violent attack on a particular ethnic or religious group with simultaneous destruction of their environment.
Congress of Vienna
European meeting after Napoleon’s defeat to try and restore political stability and settle diplomatic disputes
Huge industrial combines created in Japan in the 1890s as part of the process of industrialization
A person who believe in the democratic movement that called for liberalism and extended personal rights and freedoms
a leader of the Haitian revolt against France
military juntas or governments
Creole priest in Mexico who led rebellion against Spain
war fought between China and Japan over Korea from 1894 to 1895
Creole military leader who fought for Colombian independence between 1817 and 1822
Something like parliament but has no real power, every time they tried to make change, czar disbanded them.
People of Iberian Peninsular descent who were born in Latin America
A person willing to respect or accept behavior or opinions different from one’s own..
A person not changing or innovating, holding on to traditional values.
a war between Russia and a group of nations including England, France, Turkey and Sardinia from1853 to1856
Family of warlords who seized control of Japan in 1600s.
Parliamentary legislative body that had no real power in Japan.
Idea that economic competition is inherently unfair and leads to injustice/inequality
A forced idea of socialism that is ideally perfect with regards to justice and social equality
Most important – emotion/passion, more self expression, Self-realization of the individual, heroism, love of the natural world
Rebellion initiated by Hong Xiuquan to overthrow the Manchurians and establish the kingdom of Heaven in China..
Violent movement against non-Chinese commercial, political, religious and technological influence in China during the final years of the 19th century.
The name given to the South African Wars of 1880-1 and 1899-1902, that were fought between the British and the descendants of the Dutch settlers (Boers) in Africa.
a ship canal in northeastern Egypt linking the Red Sea with the Mediterranean Sea
A proletarian revolt inspired by the ideas of Karl Marx
Preliminary shift away from an agricultural economy
Sought legal and democratic gains for women such as equal access to education, right to vote, professions in workplace
Alliance between Germany, Austri-Hungary and Italy at end of 19th century
Agreement between Britain, Russia, and France in 1907
a division of property among joint owners or tenants in common or a sale of such property followed by a division of the proceeds
Indian lawyer and politician who led a liberal revolution against Santa Ana
A general in Juarez’ army who was elected as president of Mixico and ruled for 35 years
Western European possessions in Africa, Asia, and South Pacific where small number of Europeans ruled large indigenous populations
diplomatic relations involving the use or threat of military force
summarize modern transformations of social life
Ottoman Society for Union and Progress
a secret circle of liberal-minded students in the imperial military medical school in Constantinople (now Istanbul) who aspired to overthrow the autocratic regime of Sultan Abdülhamit II.
Alliance between Russia, Prussia and Austria to defend the established order.
Political group that sought the absolution of formal government as a way of creating a better society.
Most radical group of the Russian Marxists movement
A form of government that represents the people
Russian term for articulate intellectuals as a class
Connected European Russia with the Pacific Ocean
democratic movement that called for liberalism and extended rights