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  • 1 week 1

  • 1.1 week 1&2 moeilijk

  • The expression ‘the long nineteenth century” according to Eric Hobsbawm refers to the years _____ ? 
    1789 – 1914


    1. Which of the following are features of the ‘Global Sattelzeit’ according to historian J. Osterhammel?


      Europe gained significant power advantage compared to other regions.

      Imperialism intensified, with new forms of more direct domination

      Aristocracy and autocracy were the political norm

      Race and whiteness became closely associated to power

      The emergence of nationalism as an ideology

      Politically, many countries experienced the first democratisation

      Globalisation led to a cultural homogenization across the world

      The beginnings of a transition between an estates society to a class society
    • Europe gained significant power advantage compared to other regions
    • Race and whiteness became closely associated to power
    • The emergence of nationalism as an ideology
    • The beginning of a transition between an estates society to a class society
    • Aristocracy and autocracy were the political norm
  • What is the event that marks the beginning of the short 19th century in 1815?
    Congress of Vienna

  • Please order the following periods of the 19th century in chronological order. 
    Age of Capital
    Age of Empire
    Age of revolution
    • 1 Age of Revolution
    1. Which of the following statements about the assassin of the Archduke of Austria-Este are correct? 



    He was a Yugoslav nationalist who aimed for the unification of all Yugoslavs


    He wanted to destroy Austro-Hungarian rule in the Balkans


    He was trained by the Serbian secret society known as the 'Black Hand'


    He was sentenced to death by hanging


    He planned and executed the assassination alone 
    • He was a Yugoslav nationalist who aimed for the unification of all Yugoslavs
    • He wanted to destroy Austro-Hungarian rule in the Balkans
    • He was trained by the Serbian secret society known as the ‘Black Hand’


  • Which of the following statements about the Congress of Vienna are true?

    The Congress was led by Otto von Bismarck


    The Congress led to the unification of Germany


    Afterwards, Tsar Alexander I of Russia created the Holy Alliance


    The objective was to create peace and stability after the Napoleonic Wars


    As part of the 'big four', Great Britain was represented by its foreign minister, Viscount Castlereagh


    Klemens von Metternich wanted a 'balance of power' in Europe
    • Afterwards, Tsar Alexander I of Russia created the Holy Alliance
    • The objective was to create peace and stability after the Napoleonic Wars
    • As part of the ‘big four’, Great Britain was represented by its foreign minister, Viscount Castlereagh
    • Klemens von Metternich wanted a ‘balance of power’ in Europe
  • Which of the following principles are often associated with "Wilsonianism"?


    'Balance of power' politics


    Emphasis on self-determination


    Advocacy of the spread of democracy


    Imperialism and colonial expansion


    Capitalism and free trade


    International law and collective security


    Economic nationalism
    • Emphasis on self-determination
    • Advocacy on the spread of democracy
    • Capitalism and free trade
    • International law and collective security
  • Which of the following actors or states were involved in the Crimean War?


    Soviet Union


    Russian Empire


    France


    Britain


    Kingdom of Sardinia


    Otto von Bismarck


    German Empire


    Austria-Hungary


    Ukraine


    Nicolas II of Russia


    Ottoman Empire
    • Russian Empire,
    • France,
    • Britain,
    • Kingdom of Sardinia,
    • Ottoman Empire
  • When did Otto von Bismarck resign? 


    1848


    1871


    1890


    1904
    1890
  • 3 week 3

  • 3.1 moeilijk

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  • The Fashoda crisis took place in the year
    1898

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