AP World History II Midterm Study Guide Terms to Know: Palace at

AP World History II Midterm Study Guide
Terms to Know:
Palace at Versailles
Forbidden City
Seven Years’ War
Declaration of Independence
Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen
National Assembly
Congress of Vienna (Convention)
Levee en masse
Napoleon’s Civil Code
The Demographic Transition (of the 19th
Russo-Japanese War
People to Know:
James Watt
John Kay
John Bessemer
Edmund Cartwright
Edmund Burke
John Locke
John Stuart Mil
William Wilberforce
Louis XVI
Jean-Jacques Rosseau
Maximillen Robespierre
Bloody Sunday Massacre of 1905 (Russia)
Taiping Rebellion
Sepoy Rebellion
French Indochina
The Berlin Conference
The Monroe Doctrine
The Spanish-American War
The Roosevelt Corollary
Social Darwinism
The Twenty-One Demands
The February Revolution
The Bolshevik/Russian Revolution
Napoleon Bonaparte
Simon Bolivar
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Karl Marx
Benito Juarez
Emillano Zapata
Cecil Rhodes
David Livingston
William Gladstone
Rudyard Kipling
Woodrow Wilson
V. Lenin
Czar Nicholas II
Themes to Consider:
1 - Trade between East and West (China, Japan, Europe, America)
2 - Society and Art in the Muslim World (Ottomans, Safavids, Mughals, etc.)
3 - The Industrial Revolution (Where it started, why/how it started, and its immediate impact on society)
4 - The impact of technology on society and the emerging global commerce
5 - The Atlantic World Revolutions (American, French, Haitian, Latin-American, etc.)
6 - The “Isms” from the Industrial Revolution (Capitalism, Utilitarianism, Socialism, Marxism,
Communism, etc.)
7 - The rise of female right and suffrage
8 - The Crumbling British Empire (as loss of colonies like Canada, etc.)
9 - The Industrialization of Russia and Japan
10 - Japanese militaristic aggressions
11 - Imperialism
12 - The rise of Nationalism before WWI in the Balkans and the Ottoman Empire
13 - The Causes of WWI
14 - WWI (its start, what happened, and how it ended)