[Get Answer ]-World History 2

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What were the long-term effects of the
European Reformation?

How did the Columbian Exchange change
society in Europe, Africa, and the Americas?

Name one short-term and one long-term impact
of industrialization on society. Was industrialization a major or minor change?

How did people resist the institution of
slavery, and were any forms of resistance successful?

Why were Asian communities popular among
merchants from throughout the globe?

Explain the reasons behind the decline of
the Mughal Empire. Why did the British Empire replace it so easily, when
Britain is so far away from India?

Was the Enlightenment more of a gentlemanly
pursuit, or did it have a real impact on the average person? Explain your
answer with examples.

How did revolutionary ideals in France
affect revolutions in Haiti and Latin America? Be specific.

What was New Imperialism, and how did it
come to Africa?

Why was WW1 considered a “World

Explain the causes of the Russian Revolution
in 1918.

How could you say that World War One caused
World War Two?

What was “Decolonization” in the 20th
century? How did the events of World War Two encourage decolonization?

The 1920s to 1950s were a time of radical
ideologies in government. Why were fascist ideas so popular during this period?
What was going on to make law and order so preferable?

How did exploration into the “New World”
affect relationships among European kingdoms?

Compare the consequences of the Boxer
Rebellion and the Taiping Rebellion.

Describe two ways that Chinese
administration changed from the Ming Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty.

How did the conclusion of World War Two
split the world into the two factions of the Cold War?

Why was it easy to create a global community
after the fall of the Soviet Empire? What events of the past twenty years have
contributed to the idea of a global culture?

Define the New World Order. How is it
changing lives all over the globe?

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