Legacies of the Holocaust 7. A disastrous first half of the century but a much better second half B. Use it to take notes as you read each section of the chapter. Invasion of colonial Southeast Asia for resources 4. The Road to War in Europe 1. Hitler and the Nazis 1.
The Context for the Renaissance The Culture of the Renaissance The Northern Renaissance The Middle East: The Ottoman Empire Europe and Atlantic Exploration Chapter 13: Reformation, Religious Wars, and National Conflicts Larger Issue: How do civilized societies justify war? Responses of the industrialized capitalist states G. Radical Nationalism or the Revolutionary Right 4. . Italian Unification The Creation of Modern Germany Constitutional Change in France and Britain The Waning of the Habsburg, Russian, and Ottoman Empires The United States and Western Europe Nationalism and Race Chapter 21: Global Empire and European Culture Larger Issue: How does the projection of power reflect wider cultural values? The Fascist Alternative in Europe 1. View from the colonies 9. Chapter 20: Collapse at the Center: World War, Depression, and the Rebalancing of Global Power, 1914—1970s I. Benito Mussolini and his Black Shirts 6.
European Coal and Steel Community D. Antifeminism and male sexuality 9. Economic growth, social tension, and political repression in the 1920s 2. Critiquing the Traditional Way of Life Formulas for Improving Material Conditions Enlightened Despots Critiquing the Enlightenment The Arts in the Age of Reason Chapter 17: Rebellion and Revolution: American Independence and the French Revolution Larger Issue: Can political change occur without social and economic upheaval? Widespread disillusionment in Europe 3. An Accident Waiting to Happen 1. A Second World War A.
Anticommunist, antidemocratic, and antifeminist 5. Rearmament and expansion, 1935—1939 3. Impact of the Great Depression 3. The End of Communism United Europe? Massive mobilizations for total war 4. Mein Kampf, Nuremburg Laws, and Kristallnacht 8. Assassination of Franz Ferdinand, June 28, 1914 3. Many similarities to Mussolini and the Black Shirts 2.
Chapter Outlines Chapter 12: Renaissance and Exploration Larger Issue: How should a society use its history? Science, Technology and the Envirnoment Women and the Struggle for Equality Religious Divides and Ethnic Nationalism The Postindustrial West. Women as workers and as victims 5. Surprises and horrors of the war 2. Line art is one of the fundamental parts of an art. A deliberate, planned, and desired war: lebensraum 2. If not done right, they never result in great arts.
Less repressive than Italy or Germany D. European empires and trade make it a global war B. United Nations, World Bank, and International Monetary Fund V. Reluctant attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941 B. Empire building in Taiwan, Korea, and Manchuria 4. A crisis of overproduction, international loans, and stock speculation D.
Holocaust and other Nazi mass murders 6. Racism, anti-Semitism, and anticommunism 5. Chancellor, 1933, and immediate attacks on opponents 7. Import substitution industrialization in Latin America F. Invasion of Manchuria, 1931, and of China, 1937 2.
The First World War: European Civilization in Crisis, 1914—1918 A. The Eclipse of Postwar Optimism The End of European Empire Expanding the Cold War The Cold War and Nuclear Threat Cuban Missile Crisis Divisions and Detente Chapter 26: Western Civilization and the Global Community Larger Issue: Has the West defined the process of globalization? From Rural to Urban Lifestyles in Europe Agriculture, Demographics, and Labor Innovations in Production The Social Consequences of Industrialization Industry, the State, and Global Power Chapter 19: The Age of Ideology in Western Europe Larger Issue: What leads people to challenge conventional ideas and practices? Impact on global suppliers of raw materials and food E. Assassinations and a failed military coup 5. No single party or charismatic leader 6. These lines should not be considered light. Armenian Genocide, Ottoman collapse, and the rise of Turkey 8. The Road to War in Asia 1.
War with China 1894—1895 and Russia 1904—1905 3. In your notes, try to restate the main idea of each section. European global power but rivalry and conflict at home 2. When many lines culminate together, you can get amazing portrait and arts. The Congress System and the Conservative Agenda Ideological Ferment The Revolutions of 1848 Britain and Reform The Romantic Movement Utilitarianism and Utopian Socialism The Marxist Challenge Chapter 20: The Consolidation of Nation States Larger Issue: Is nationalism a constructive force in the modern age? Celebration of violence and a charismatic leader 3.