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  • Commercian revolution

    Commercian revolution
    The comercian revolution took place on 15th, 16th and 17th centuries. Europeans expanded worldwide. In this period increased geographic knowledge
  • Scientific Revolution

    Scientific Revolution
    The scientific revolution happened in 17th and 18th centuries. In this period emerged lots of important mathematics, physics, etc. Who contribiuted for the scientific. Some of them are Boyle, lavoisier, Newton, etc...
  • intelectual revolution

    intelectual revolution
    Happened in 17th and 18th revolution. Writters as; Locke, voltaire, etc contributed to this revolution.
  • Ideology of French revolution

    Ideology of French revolution
    The revolutionaries wanted:
    Natural rights, this rights where life, liberty and property.
    Liberty, express there selves and say what they wantes.
    Fraternity, citizens where together in solidarity.
    Constitutionalism, A frame work that defines the rights and laws.
  • Causes

    The causes of the French revolution are:
    France was in Bankrupt
    Bad harvesting.
    Poor people was starving will nobility was in luxure.
    They wanted Liberty, fraternity and a constitution to make theire own rules.
  • The states-general

    The states-general
    Louis XVI was forced to convene the States-General a parlament made of clergy, nobility and commoners. Commoners where refused and took power as a national assembly. The first revolutionary change.
  • The French Revolution

    The French Revolution
    The Franch Revolution started one 5 of may of 1789. When the third state showd the discontent with the "priviledge", taking the Bastille.
  • Revolutionary reform

    Revolutionary reform
    In this year happened a lot of things. National assembly abolished feudal priviliges. "Declaration of the rights man". Army reformes and forces the clergy to take a civic oath to the state. In 1792 assembly atacked alies of the queen. Radical assembly. France republic in september 1793. King was executed.
  • Terror era

    Terror era
    The terror era started when the Jacobins where very extremists and killed people who where not agree with the revolution. They executed more than 20,000 people.
  • Fisrt Coalition War

    Fisrt Coalition War
    the Firts Coalition War was when Louis XVI died. Austria, UK, Spain and Prussia among others decide to form the first coalition to crush the France Republic. Napoleon forced the Austrian to surrender and sign the treaty of Campo Formio.
  • Second Coalition War

    Second Coalition War
    The Second Coalition War started in 1798 bi Austria, Uk, Portigal and Russia. Franch republic were suffering by corruption by the drectory. napoleon organized French army in 1800, Naapoleon defeated Austria and Greate Britain to sign the "peace of Amiens"
  • The industrial revoltion

    The industrial revoltion
    The industrial revolution took placduring the nineteenth century on Grate britain.
  • Domestic system

    Domestic system
    The domestic system took place in the 1600s-1800s. This systen is doing in hand. their characteristics, are: That are unique, theire clients give them the materials, they made more money doing it by hand, its less production compared to the factories.
  • Factories

    Characteristics who had factories are that all are the same, owners had materials, they give them less money to producers, there were less valorated, factories produce more products.
  • Issues

    The issues of this period are the child labour.
    In this period childrens were treated as adults, so they needed to go to work. Childrens worked a lot of time on facories and lots of them were injured and they were treated very bad
  • Third Coalition War

    Third Coalition War
    The Third Coalition War started in 1803-1806, In this period napoleon defeated Russia´s big army. In this coalition UK, Russia, Austriawere part of the coalition against France.
  • Changes under Napoleon

    Changes under Napoleon
    Napoleon took the charge of emperor during 1804. Changes he made: Napoleon was tring to say that he wanted to keep the revultion use full changes. But he wanted ideas of before. The revolution made all with same priviligies. Changes he made where, that he made Lycées (Lycées where militar) and teqnicals. All could vote but Napoleon had the last word. Napoleon had a secret police who controlled news papers. made an agreement to retunr catholisism. All groups gain for his rules
  • The fourth coalition war

    The fourth coalition war
    this war started 1806-1807. Russia, Prussia, Saxony and Babaria.
    Napoleonic army defeated theire enemys with such speed that they distroyed them.
  • Fourth Coalition war

    Fourth Coalition war
    1809-1815. UK and Austria. French army defeated England, battle of WATERLOO was the battle who defeated Napoleons army.
  • Greece independence

    Greece successfully gained independence from the Ottoman Empire.
  • Belgium's revolution was successful

  • The unification of Germany

    The unification of Germany
    Nationalism: The right to have a Nationality.
    People choosing to be part of a country. Sharing the lenguage, culture and sense of belonging. Also the idea that our country is superior than other nations.
  • The unification of Germany Congress of Viena

    The unification of Germany Congress of Viena
    Was a congress that wanted to unify but Clemens Van Matternich of Austria was against it. Instead a weak German confederation was created headed by Austria. Prussia and Austria dominated the German confederation. Prussia had many advantages that alowed it to become a united state.
  • The unification of Germany--- Otto Von Bimarck

    The unification of Germany--- Otto Von Bimarck
    Was the only one able to succesed in creating a united Germany.
    He coordinated all the things and just the king William aproved it. Becomed Chancellor of the United Germany in 1871. He made all necessary to acomplished goals. He create a powerfull Prussian army. In 1871 Germany become a nation.
  • European colonialism in Africa

    European colonialism in Africa
    Greate Britain had: gold, diamond, protecting commercial routes to India. Issuez conad and the core catto railway.
    France had: Timber and palm oil, commercial routes along Africa through Niger and Senegal river.
    Germany: Gold, iron and diamond
    Italy had: Diamond, gold ,cobalt and iron.
    Belgium had: Rubber
  • Relationship with the Natives.

    Relationship with the Natives.
    G.B. and France:
    They wwantes to expand their culture, Lenguage, government...
    Punish those who revealed themselves with hard punishments.
    They treated them as slaves although slavery was over.
    Italy: Treated them as objects, they made treaties with local rules and the they absorved the territories.
  • The Berlin conference

    The Berlin conference
    The Berlin Conference regulated European colonization and trade in Africa. The conference was organized by Otto von Bismarck.
    The Berlin Conference made a set of rules for the "Orderly extension of European influence".
    1. Freedom of trade and navigation on the Congo Basin.
    2. Let know to the other countries if they had annexed territory or build a protectorate from that day on.
    3. Agreed to stop the slave trade.
  • The jewel in the crown

    The jewel in the crown
    Greate Britain arrive India with their empire wanting to become a more powerfull country. Thats why they become and empire. the british government used their army to take over land, preventing other countries getting it first. But they made lots of things in India. Some of them are.
    1815 British rule
    1897 rail station
    1858 British ruled
    1947 Finished ruling
  • Industrialization in Japan

    Industrialization in Japan
    Japan's economic powers are a major influence on the industrial factor of its country. This happened in 1895.
  • Cultural aspects of the industralization of Japan

    Cultural aspects of the industralization of Japan
    They allowed crhistianity. Ideology thought that Samurais should respected.
  • Political aspects Industrialization of Japan

    Political aspects Industrialization of Japan
    In the early 1600s takawa stablished samurai governemnt. Tokugawa shogun controlled 1/4 of the country. Japan was politically divided duing the seventeenth, eighteenth and early neentinth. Tokugawa shogun stablished policies of ensure stablished. Middle and lower ranked samurais were excluded from higher position in government. Samurais of 3rd and 2nd class Bakufu founded a new government. Westerns didn´t megociate with Japanse unless they become civilized
  • Economic aspects of Industrialization of Japan

    Economic aspects of Industrialization of Japan
    Merchants became rich while Samurais lived in poverty. In 1854 signed a trade agreement with the Americans. In 1872 Japaneses traveled around the world learning social custums and about factories.
  • Social aspects of the Industrialization of Japan.

    Social aspects of the Industrialization of Japan.
    Remaining lands were divided into 200 world lords. Class system. Regulated contacts with the outside world. There was controversy and Japanese thought that Japan needed to be opened so Japanese could learn
  • Triple entente

    Triple entente
    This was made between Russia, France and Britain to counter the increasing threat from Germany.
  • Triple alliance

    Triple alliance
    Was made by Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy
  • The World War

    The World War
    "The war to end all wars" was also called the first World War. It Started thanks to the death of Francis Ferdinand. The inheritor of the throne of Autria-Hungary.. Austria-Hungary declared war to Serbia because they thougth hey had something todo with the assasination.
  • Trench Warfare

    Trench Warfare
    Was the time when they diged holes in the ground were the soldiers protected themselves and also was used to aproach the enemy and win the No-Mans land. Was began to used since the WW1 but it wasnt a very good strategy.
  • Importamt countries in World War 1

    Importamt countries in World War 1
    The most powerfull countries in 20th century was Greate Britain but after the World War USA become the most powerful one. Lots of man were killed. In the battle of somme (July-November) 60 thousand people died. French man only 20% 1/3 soldiers under the age of 30 came back from war with any injure.
    British lost a generation of man under the age of 30 in military age.
    1.8 million soldiers died under the trenches.
    USA 116 soldiers died in battle.
  • Power of the countries in the first World war

    Power of the countries in the first World war
    G.B:Had a population of 45 million. Soldiers 711,000. Warships 185
    France: Had a population of 40 million. Soldiers 1,250,000. Warships 62
    Russia: Had a population of 164 million. Soldiers1,200,000. Warships 30
    Germany: Had a population of 65 million. Soldiers 2,200. Warships 97
    Austria-Hungary: Had a population of 50 million Soldiers 810,000. Warships 28
    Italy: Had a population of 35 million. Soldiers. 750,000. Warships 36
  • Theater involved in WW1

    Theater involved in WW1
    The western front
    The easter front
    The italian front
    The war at the sea
  • Treaty of Versaille

    Treaty of Versaille
    The Treaty of Versailles was the most important of the peace treaties that brought World War I to an end. The Treaty ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers. It was signed in Versailles, five years after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, that led to the war. The other Central Powers on the German side also signed other treaties.
  • Germany during the interwar period

    Germany during the interwar period
    The punishment that the big three gave to Germany was that they needed to pay for the damages they caused and also return the land they took.
    Creatung athe Weimar republic, a new type of republic.
  • Weimar republic

    Weimar republic
    The weimar republic was a type of government that was used in Germany.
    The government stablished the firts democracy in Germany.
    The president would be elected each 7 years, but the power rested would be in the hands of the chancellor. But was also unpopular because it was associated with the traty of Versaille and was extremely unpopular. Also with the infiation that ruin the 20s. Also there wasnt democracy at all
  • Hitler

    In 1920 Hitler was a soldier and soon become its leader he changed the name of the party to the National Society German worker party or Nazis for short. Hitler and the Nazis become more popular. In 1923 Hitler tries to take power in the Munich beer hall putsch. But he failed because he wasn't very popular as he thought.
  • Nazi ideology

    Nazi ideology
    The Nazi ideology were :
    Hitler thought that just one person should be the governor. The philosophy of Hitler was that Germans were Superior. Hitler believed that Germans were the purest example of the human race compared with Jews slaves Africans and other races. In 1930 Nazis gain power in the Reichstag. 107 out of 647 seats. But in 1932 in the first elections Nazis won 230 seats. the most of any party. But Hitler was denied chancellorship by the President Hindenburg.
  • Hitler becomes dictator (PART 2)

    Hitler becomes dictator (PART 2)
    The enabling act gave Hitler the power to deal with the emergency: It gave him the ability to pass laws without them having the to pass to the Reichstag. The secret police was another factor to gain power with the population They beated people who were against Nazis ideologies.
  • Hitler becomes Dictator (PART 1)

    Hitler becomes Dictator (PART 1)
    Hitler calls another election for February 1933 because of a lack of majority. He required a majority to take control of Germany. Germans lost their freedom of press and speech during these elections. Hitler use the tempt to burn the Reichstag but Hitler used communist as an excuse to convince the Reichstag to approve laws where Hitler would have all the power and make their own decisions.
  • Anti-Jewish legislation

    Anti-Jewish legislation
    in 1920 to enter in the Nazi party you needed to agree to segregate jews. Jews couldnt had anything From (1933-1939) laws were allowed agaisnt the Jews. (400 laws) First laws were limiting Jews participate in Germans life. From 1937-1938 Jews needed to register their property. Bussines owned by Jews werenot allowed to re-open, unless they were managed by non-Jewish people. Children and teenagers were banned from public places and from schools. Jews had the srar of Davior the word Jew.
  • Nurember laws

    Nurember laws
    The nurember laws was a llist were the Jews were in lists were people could see who was a Jew.
  • Anti.Jewish Propagand

    Anti.Jewish Propagand
    It was used:
    Public identifying groups for exclusion.
    Inciting hate or cultivating indifference. germans made Propaganda to make a bad image from the Jews making them look like bad, they didnt made anything good...
  • Stepts to WWII

    Stepts to WWII
    In 1939 Hitler broke the treaty of Versaille. In 1933 Hitler withdrew Germany from the Leage of Natons.
  • World War II (PART 2)

    World War II (PART 2)
    1938 Germany anexed Austria and British prime minister Chambelain calls for a conference at munich Agreement signed giving czechoslovakia to Germany in exchange for Hitlers "promise" not to make more damage.
    In 1939 Germany takes the rest of Czechoslovakia Nazi-Soviet NonAggression soviet pact signed POLAND INVASION BEGINS.
    Poland Attacked Sept.1, 1939. Theaters of war: Western Europe-Soviet Union.
    Pacific-Japan, China, Indochina , Pacific Islands.
    Mediterranean-Northern Africa and Italy.
  • World War II (Part 1)

    World War II (Part 1)
    In 1937 military gained control of the Japanesse government: Allienace of Axis powers occured. Japanese invade China. 1935 Hitler openly biulds up the military: Mousolini invades Ethiopia. The World War II cost 5 million dollars in todays money. 1/3 of worls producive capacity was towards war production. Approximately 60 million people died (20 million soldiers and 40 million civilians died) 85% onallied side and 15% on axis side. Resulted in the decline of Europe the riase of USA and USSR.
  • Aliances in WWII

    Aliances in WWII
    The Axis Power: Germany, Italy(Defeated in June 1943), and Japan. The Allied powers: G.B. (Canada, Australia, New Zeland), France , USSR )Joined 1941) and the U.S.A. (joined in 1941
  • The Holocaust

    The Holocaust
    The word Holocaust means "A thing wholly burnt".
    Nazis killed 6 milion Jews by the Nazi regime and their collaborators. In 1945 killed 2out of 3 European Jews as part of the policy the "Final solution". GHETTOS were small parts in the city were Jews were moved to live. Between 1941.1944 the Nazi government moved the JEwish people from GHETTOS to the extermination camps.
  • World War II (Part 3) 3 turning point 1942

    World War II (Part 3) 3 turning point 1942
    1. Pacific Theatre: Midway (June 1942) -Naval Battle in wich the USA destroyed much of the Japanese aircraft carrier fleet. 2.North African Theatre: El Alamein (JUly-Nov. 1942) British frove deafeat Germans and push toward the Suez Canal.
    2. Eastern Front: Stalingar (August 1942-Febraury 1943) soviets prevent Germans from capturing south Russia and acces to oil in the east at HUGE COAST.
  • Defeate of NAZIS

    Defeate of NAZIS
    The Tide turns against The Axis power. 1943.Americans pushed Japan back with help from guerrila uprising inn Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and Philippines. Britain and America take out Italy, Soviets push Germany out of Russia. June 5 1944 liberates Rome.
    D-day (June 6, 1944).
    Mussolini and Mistress, Claretta Petacci were hung in Milan, 1945.
    Hitler commites suicide April 30, 1945 in the führers Bunker .
    Big three ( Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin meet of a city vollect Yalta in 1945 to discuss