Flashcards in CH 25 Vocab Deck (15)
massacre of peaceful protesters at Winters Square in St. Petersberg in 1905 that turned ordinary workers against the tsar and produced a wave of general indignation.
a divisive case in which Alfred Dreyfus, a Jewish captain in the French army was falsely accused and convicted of treason. The Catholic Church sided with the anti-semites against Dreyfus; because of this, the French government severed all ties between the state and church.
Russian parliament opened in 1906, elected indirectly by universal male suffrage but with absolute veto power from the tsar.
result of the American Civil War that gave western land to settlers, reinforcing the concept of free labor in a market economy.
struggle for civilization, Bismarks attack on the Catholic church resulting from Pius IXs declaration of papal infallibility in 1870.
the changes that enable a country to compete effectively with the leading countries at a given time.
the result of a great general strike in October 1905, it granted full civil rights and promised a popularly elected duma (parliament) with real legislative power.
proposed after the liberal party came to power in England in 1906 and vetoed by the lords, it was designed to increase spending on social welfare issues.
guerrilla army of Guiseppe Girabaldi who invaded Sicily in 1860 in an attempt to liberate it and won the hearts of the Sicilian peasantry.
the popularly elected lower house of government of the new German Empire after 1871.
an effort by various socialists to update Marxian doctrines to reflect the realities of the time.
result of discontent from Russian factory workers and peasants as well as an emerging nationalist sentiment among the empires minorities.
revolution of 1905
a new institution of local government in reformed Russia, whose members were elected by a three-class system of towns, peasant villages, and noble landowners.
movement toward Jewish political nationhood, started by Theodor Herzl.