(A) Boxer Rebellion
(B) May Fourth Movement
(C) Tanzimat Reform Movement
(D) Chinese Communist Movement
(E) Kuomintang (Nationalist Movement)
(A) Unions were legalized.
(B) Freedom of the press was established.
(C) A national representative assembly, the Duma, was created.
(D) Czarism was abandoned in favor of representative democracy.
(E) Agiculture was collectivized.
(A) Construction of the trans-Siberian railway
(B) Launching the Crimean War
(C) Construction of St. Petersburg
(D) Launching the Russo-Japanese War
(D) Annexation of Poland
(A) Thomas Edison
(B) George Washington Carver
(C) Eli Whitney
(D) James Watt
(E) George Stephenson
(A) the First Estate
(B) the Second Estate
(C) the First and Second Estates
(D) the First and Third Estates
(E) the Third Estate
(A) It gave all adult males the vote.
(B) It improved districting and the operation of the voting system.
(C) It granted women the right to vote.
(D) It abolished the House of Lords.
(E) It provided for voting by secret ballot.
(A) was a scandal that rocked the British financial world
(B) was a diplomatic crisis that nearly spoiled Germany's relationship with Austria
(C) was a miscarriage of justice that split French society and demonstrated a spirit of anti-Semitism there
(D) was a court case in Russia involving a serial murderer
(E) was a love triangle that embarrassed the Hungarian aristocracy
(A) his victory in the Crimean War
(B) his suppression of peasant revolts in Siberia
(C) his creation of Russia's first constitution
(D) his establishment of Russia's first university
(E) his emancipation of Russia's serfs
(B) Great Britain
(D) the Netherlands