Chapter 23 Guided Reading

Chapter 23: The Age of Nationalism
McKay Guided Reading Outline
Due Friday March 6th
Define and explain the historical significance of each of the following terms/people and answer thoroughly
and thoughtfully the questions below in your own words (consider who, what, where, when, why and how).
Remember the more time, depth and content you place in your responses now the better a study guide you will
have when preparing for the AP exam in May.
France: 754-756 & 772-773
1. Louis Napoleon Bonaparte/Napoleon III (r. 1848-1870)
2. Plebiscite
3. Third Republic
4. Adolphe Thiers & Paris Commune
5. Dreyfus Affair
Italy: 756-758
6. Vincenzo Guoberti
7. Victor Emmanuel II
8. Puis IX (r. 1846-1878)
9. Red Shirts
10. Giuseppe Mazzini was the soul, Count Camillo Benso di Cavour the brains, and Giuseppe Garibaldi the
sword in the struggle for the unification of Italy. Describe, through comparing and contrasting, each
individual’s participation in and contributions to the struggle for Italian unification.
Germany: 759-762 & 770-772
11. Zollvereing
12. William I of Prussia (r. 1861-1888)
13. Otto von Bismarck
14. “Blood & Iron” Philosophy
15. Danish War (1864) over Schleswig-Holstein
16. Austro-Prussian War (1866)
17. Northern German Confederation
18. Indemnity Bill (1866)
19. Franco-Prussian War (1870-1871) – significance to German nationalism
20. Reichstag
21. Kulturkampf
22. German Social Democratic Party
23. William II (r. 1888-1918)
Russia: 764-769
24. Crimean War (1853-1856)
25. Tsar Alexander II (r. 1855-1881)
a. Great Reforms
26. Alexander III (r. 1881-1894)
27. Sergei Witte
28. Tsar Nicholas II (r. 1894-1917)
29. Revolution of 1905
a. Bloody Sunday
b. October Manifesto
30. Duma
31. What impact did nationalism have on events in Russia, 1853-1914? How successful were nationalists in
this time period?
Ottoman Empire: 769-770
32. Tanzimat Reforms
a. Causes & Consequences
b. Specific Reforms
33. Sultan Abdulhamid II (r. 1876-1909)
34. Young Turks
Great Britain & Ireland: 773-775
35. House of Commons & House of Lords
36. Third Reform Bill of 1884
37. Peoples Budget
38. Liberal Party (actions)
39. William Gladstone/Irish Home Rule
40. Ulsterites (Northern Ireland)
Austro-Hungarian Empire: 774-775
41. Dual Monarchy (why created & dilemmas)
42. Magyars
43. Explain how nationalism divided the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Guided Reading:
44. Trace the history of anti-Semitism in Europe through the late 19th c. Explain how anti-Semitism is
connected to nationalism.
45. Describe the transformation of socialism from the utopians, to Marx, to evolutionary socialists
(revisionists). Explain why evolutionary socialism emerged in the late 19th c. – include the roles of
nationalism and the responsive national state.