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Overthrow Chapters

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• Hawaii

• Cuba

• Nicaragua

• Philippines

• Iran

• Guatemala

• Viet Nam

• Chile

• Grenada

• Puerto Rico

• Panama (Noriega,

Canal)

• Iraq

• (Not in Overthrow):

• Haiti

• Dominican Republic

(Multiple Times)

• Mexican Revolution

(Wilson)

• Brazil (Goulart Coup)

World Civilizations

From the 16 th

Century

Renaissance

• Humanism

• Thomas More, Utopia

• Erasmus

• Machiavelli, The Prince (1516)

• Magna Carta (1215)

• Tsar (Czar)

European States

• 30 Year’s War 1618-

1648

• “Holy Roman Empire”

• Treaty of Westphalia

1648

• Jean Bodin

• Cardinal Richelieu

1585-1648

• Royal Absolutism

• Intendents

• Cardinal Mazarin

• Louis XIV 1643-1715

• “Divine Right of

Kings”

• War of the Spanish

Succession 1700-

1713

• Bourbons

• Stuarts

• James I (r. 1603-

1625)

• Parliament

• Puritans

• Oliver Cromwell

• Charles I (r. 1625-

1685)

• “Glorious Revolution”

1688

• William of Orange

• William and Mary

(1689-1702)

• English Bill of Rights

• Russia

• Austria

• Prussia

• Tsar (Czar)

• Romanovs (1613-

1917)

• Hapsburgs

• Hohenzollerns

Eastern Europe

• Fredrick William “The

Great Elector” (r.

1640-1688)

• Fredrick William (r.

1713-1740)

• Frederick II “The

Great” (r. 1740-1780)

• Maria Theresa (r.

1740-1780)

• Greek Orthodox

Church

• Mongols 1241

• Moscow

• Ivan IV “The Terrible”

(r. 1533-1584)

• “The Time of

Troubles” (early 17 th

Century)

• Peter I “The Great” (r.

1682-1724)

• Poland

• Turkey

• Islam (Moslems,

Muslims)

Scientific Revolution

• The Scientific Method

• Rene Descartes (1596-

1650) [Deductive

Reasoning]

• Francis Bacon (1561-

1626) [Inductive

Reasoning]

• Empirical Method

• The Revolution of the

Heavenly Bodies,

Nicholas Copernicus

(1473-1543)

• Johannes Keller (1571-

1630)

• Galileo Galilee (1562-

1642)

• Isaac Newton (1642-

1727) Law of Gravitation

• Principia Mathematica

1687

• Enlightenment

• Natural Law

• Deism

• The Inquisition

• Baruch Spinoza

• Pantheism

• Secularism

• John Locke, Essay

Concerning Human

Understanding 1690

• Baron Montesquieu,

The Spirit of the Laws

1748

• Voltaire (1694-1778)

• Marquis de Lafayette

• Adam Smith (1723-

1790) Wealth of

Nations

• Jean-Jacques

Rousseau, Emile

1762

• Denis Diderot (1713-

1784) Encylopedie

Liberalism/American Revolution

Freemasonry (Masons)

• American Revolution

1775-1783

• Seven Years’ War

(French and Indian War)

1756-1763

• The Enlightenment

• Stamp Act 1765

• Navigation Acts

• Boston Tea Party 1773

• “Intolerable Acts”

• Continental Congress

• Patrick Henry

• John Adams

• Sam Adams

• Loyalists (Tories)

• Articles of Confederation

• Constitution 1789

• Deists

French Revolution

• French Revolution

1789

• Louis XVI (1774-

1792)

• Marie Antoinette

• Estates General 1789

• National Constituent

Assembly

• The Bastille

• Declaration of the

Rights of Man and the

Citizen

• Civil Constitution of the Clergy 1790

• Jacobins

• National Convention

• “Reign of Terror” 1793

• Courts of the People

• Committee of Public

Safety

• Robespierre

• Danton

• “Egalite, Liberte,

Fraternite”

• Levee en Masse

• The Directory

• Napoleon Bonaparte

• First Consul

• “Napoleonic

Settlement”

• Talleyrand

• Waterloo 1815

• Treaty of Vienna 1815

• Metternich

Spanish American Revolutions for

Independence

• Charles IV

• Manuel Godoy

• Ferdinand VII

• Joseph Bonaparte

(“Pepe Botellas”)

• Guerrilla War

• Juntas for the

Defense of Ferdinand

VII

• Cortes of Cadiz 1812

• Constitution of Cadiz

1812

• Riego Revolt 1820

• Miguel Hidalgo y

Costilla

• “Grito de Dolores”

Sept. 16, 1810

• Creole

• Peninsulares

• Mestizos

• Queretaro Conspiracy

1810

• Jose Maria Morelos

• Vicente Guerrero

• Felix Fernandez

(Guadalupe Victoria)

• Augustin de Iturbide

• Francisco Miranda

• Simon Bolivar

• Simon Rodriguez

• Cabildo

• Jose Antonio Paez

• Llaneros

• Battle of Boyaca 1819

• Francisco de Paula

Santander

• Battle of Carabobo

1821

• Congress of Cucuta

1821

• Jose Antonio de

Sucre

• Manuela Saenz

• Jose de San Martin

• Portenos

• Sir Hume Popham

• Santiago Liniers

• Mariano Moreno

• Cornelio Saavedra

• Manuel Belgrano

• Bernardino Rivadavia

• Jose Gaspar

Rodriguez de Francia

• Gauchos

• Jose Gervasio Artigas

• Lautaro Lodge

(Masons)

• Bernardo O’Higgins

• Carrera Brothers

• Luis Beltran

• Battle of Chacabuco

1817

• Lord Cochrane

• Riego Revolt 1820

• Battle of Ayacucho

1824

Independence of Brazil

• Carlota Joaquina

• John VI (Jao VI)

• Fazendas

(fazenderos)

• Pedro I

• “Fico”

• Jose Bonafacio de

Andrada e Silva

• Sao Paulo

• Queen Leopoldina

• Grito de Yprianga

(Sept. 7, 1822)

Industrial Society

• Karl Marx 1818-1883

• Friedrich Engels

• Communist Manifesto

1848

• Das Kapital 1867

• First International

1864

• Anarchism

• Michael Bakunin

• “Propaganda of the

Deed”

• Syndicalism

• Labour Party 1906

• Chancellor Bismarck

• German Social

Democratic Party

1890

• Eduard Bernstein

• Revisionism

• Second International 1889

World War I

• Franco-Prussian War

• 1870-1871

• Bismarck

• Alsace-Lorraine

• The Triple Alliance

1882

• Kaiser Wilhelm II (r.

1888-1918)

• Anglo-French Entente

1904

• Anglo-Russian

Agreement 1907

• Archduke Franz

Ferdinand

• Central Powers

• Allied (Entente)

Powers

• Woodrow Wilson

• 14 Points

• League of Nations

• Propaganda

China

• Mongols

• Ming Dynasty 1368-

1644

• Zhu (Hongwu)

• Yongle (1402-1424)

• Macao

• Beijing (Peking)

• Forbidden City

• Great Wall

• Eunuchs

• Manzhou (Manchu)

• Qing Dynasty (1664-

1911)

• Kangxi (Kang-hsi r.

1662-1722)

• Qienlon (Chien Lung r. 1736-1739)

Japan to the Meiji Restoration

• Daimyo

• Shogun

• Shogunate

• Shintoism

• Buddhism

• Oda Nobunaga

(1523-1582)

• Toyotomi Hideyoshi

• Tokugawa Ieyasu (r.

1603-1616

• Tokagawa

Shogunate1603-1867

• Samurai

• Sakoku (Isolationism)

• Tokyo

• Kyoto

• Commodore Perry

1853-1854

Muslim World- 1

• Qur’an (Koran)

• Mongols

• Chinghis Kahn (1167-

1227)

• Ottoman Turks

• Jihad

• Sultans

• Sultan Mehmed the

Conqueror

• Istanbul

(Constantinople) fell

1453

• Suleiman the

Magnificent (r. 1520-

1566)

• Grand Vizier

• Grand Mufti

• Ulema

• Janissaries

• The Balkans

• Infidels

• “Sick Man of Europe”

• Sunni

• Shi’ite

• Sufi

• Muhammed (The

Prophet)

• Ishmail

• Safavid Empire

• Shah

• Shah Abbas I (r.

1587-1629)

• Isfahan

• Mughals (Moghuls)

• Hindu

• Sultinate of Delhi

• Akbar the Great (r.

1556-1605)

• Aurangzeb (1656-

1707)

• Taj Mahal

Colonial Africa

• Guinea

• Angola

• Tanzania

• Uganda

• Mahdi Rebellion

1880s

• Cape Colony

• Boers

• Orange Free State

1836

• Zulus

• Cecil Rhodes

• Boer War 1899-1902

• Aparthied

• Belgian Congo

• David Livingston

• Henry Stanley

• Ethiopia (Abyssinia)

• Liberia

Europe 1919-1920

• Fascism

• Keynesian Economics

• John Maynard

Keynes (1883-1946)

• Labour Party

• Great Depression

• Treaty of Versailles

1920

• Weimar Constitution

• Weimar Republic

1919

• Reparations

• The Ruhr

• Dawes Plan 1924

• Totalitarianism

• Benito Mussolini

(1883-1945)

• IL Popolo d’Italia

• Fasces

• King Victor

Emmanuel III

• Corporatism

• “lL Duce”

• Ethiopia

• Marshal Jozef

Pilsudski

• Admiral Miklos Horthy

• Locarno Pact 1925

Russia to WWII

• Tsar Nicholas II

• March Revolution

• Duma

• Alexander Kerensky

• Bolsheviks

• Vladimir Lenin (1870-

1924)

• Central Committee

• Soviet Council of

Worker and Soldiers

• Leon Trotsky (1879-

1940)

• October Revolution

• Cheka

• Treaty of Brest-

Litovsk 1918

• New Economic Policy

(NEP)

• Political Bureau

(Politburo)

• Josef Stalin (1879-

1953)

• First Five Year Plan

(1929-1933)

• Collectivization

Campaign

• Kulaks

• Red Army

• Purges

• Show Trial

Fascism in Germany

• Totalitarianism

• Mein Kampf

• Mussolini

• National Socialist

German Workers Party

(Nazi Party) 1920

• Stalin

• Adolf Hitler

• Beer Hall Putsch 1923

• Reichstag

• Paul Von Hindenburg

• Enabling Act 1933

• Joseph Goebbels

• Heinrich Himmler

• Holocaust

• Nuremburg Laws 1935

• Wannsee Conference

1942

• “Final Solution”

East Asia 1840-1949

• Opium Wars 1840-

1842

• British East India

Company

• “Unequal Treaties”

• Manchu (Manchu)

Dynasty

• Taiping and Nien

Rebellions

• Hug Hsiu-chuan

• “Self Strengthening”

• Empress Dowager

Cixi (1835-1908)

• Boxer Rebellion 1900

• Kang yu-wei (1858-

1925)

• Yuan Shikai

• Republic of China

1912

• Kuomingtang (KMT)

• May Fourth

Movement 1919

• Chiang Kai-shek

• Chinese Communist

Party (CCP) 1925

• Long March of 1934

• Mao Zedong

• Meiji Restoration

1868

• Shinto

• Russo-Japanese War

1904-1905

• Manchuria

• Anti-Comintern Pact

1937

World War II

• The “Little Entente

• League of Nations

• Spanish Civil War

1936-1939

• Francisco Franco

• Rhineland

• Axis Pact

• Anschluss

• Munich Conference

1938

• Neville Chamberlain

• Nazi –Soviet Non-

Aggression Pact 1939

• Winston Churchill

• Battle of Stalingrad

1942-1943

• Partisans

• Mao Zedong

The U.S.-U.S.S.R. Rivalry

• Cold War

• Marshall Plan 1947

• Truman Doctrine

1947

• N.A.T.O. 1949

• Warsaw Pact

• Korean War 1950-

1953

• Nikita Khrushchev

• Hungarian Rebellion

1956

• Berlin Wall 1961-1989

• Fidel Castro

• Cuban Missile Crisis

1962

• Nuclear Test Ban

Treaty 1963

• Charles de Gaulle

De-Colonization and the

“Third World”

• Third World

• Ho Chi Minh (1890-

1969)

• Marxism

• Labour Party

• Mohandas Gandhi

(1869-1948)

• Congress Party

• Jawaharlal Nehru

• Pakistan

• Bangladesh

• Ghana

• Marshal Tito

The New Asia

• Peoples’ Republic of

China 1949

• Mao Zedong (died

1976)

• Zhou Enlai

• The Great Leap

Forward 1958

• Great Proletarian

Cultural Revolution

1965

• Red Guards

• Thought of Chairman

Mao (Little Red Book)

• The Gang of Four

• Deng Xiaoping

• Tienanmen Square

Massacre 1989

• General Douglas

MacArthur (1880-

1964)

• Diet

• Liberal Democratic

Party

• Mahatma Gandhi

• Jawaharlal Nehru

(1889-1964)

• Indira Gandhi

• Ho Chi Minh

The Modern Muslim World

• Islamic Fundamentalism

• Pan-Arabism (Arab

Nationalism)

• Hussein Family of

Sheikhs

• Mandates

• Ibn Saud

• Saudi Arabia

• O.P.E.C.

• Ayatollah Khomeini

• Mustafa Kemal (Ataturk)

• Treaty of Lausanne 1923

• Zionists

• Balfour declaration of

1917

• Theodore Herzl

• Palestinian Liberation

Organization (PLO) 1964

• Reza Shah Pahlavi (r.

1925-1941

• Shah Muhammad Pahlavi (r. 1941-1979)

• Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini

• Yom Kippur War 1973

• Saddam Hussein

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