Nationalism
  • As revolutions swept through the Atlantic in the late 18th and early 19th centuries people came to identify themselves as part of a community called a nation.

1. Who, What, When, Where, Why analysis of the Treaty of Westphalia
  • Who?
    • The Holy Roman Empire, French, Swedish, Spanish, Dutch, Ferdinand III, etc.
  • What?
    • A new political order was formed in continental Europe.
  • When?
    • 1648
  • Where?
    • Germany
  • Why?
    • To end the Thirty Years War in the Holy Roman Empire and the Eighty Years War between Spain and the Dutch Republic in 1648.
    • Gave rulers in the Holy Roman Empire the liberty to choose between Protestantism and Catholicism.


2. Define nationalism
  • A sense of devotion, loyalty and pride in one's nation; asserting the interests of one's own nation; excessive patriotism.

Nationalistic Movements:
  • Unification of Italy
    • When France attacked Austria in 1858 seeking control of the northern Italian provinces. Cavour was then able to unite the Italians under the Piedmontese king, diminishing the influence of the Catholic Pope.
  • Unification of Germany

  • Zionism
    • A national movement in support of a return of sovereignity over Israel to the Jewish people.
  • Brazilian Independence
  • Monroe Doctrine
    • Officially declared that European powers shouldn't seek to colonize or exploit any country in the Americas.
  • Argentine Republic
  • Balkan Nationalism

3. Summarize the global impact of nationalism (limit to 200 words/ 1/2 page)

Industrialization


4. Look at the data below and answer the questions that follow

Index Numbers of World Trade (Volume of trade in selected years compared to 1913)
Year
Index Number
1850
10
1870
24
1895
48
1901
67
1911
96
1913
100
Iron Production (1000's Metric Tons)

1830
1850
1913
Britain
700
2,716
9,792
France
244
1,262
4,626
Russia
167
231
3,870
Germany
111
246
14,836
Years of Life Expectancy at Birth
Country
Year: 1820
Year: 1900
Britain
40
50
Average,rest of Western Europe
36
46
United States
39
47
Japan
34
44
Russia
28
32
Average, all Latin America
27
32
Average, all Asia
23
24
Average all Africa
23
24

  • Which of the data sets above do you think is the most significant? Why?
    • The table displaying "Years of Life Expectancy at Birth" is most significant because it represents the improvement in life expectancy following the Industrial Revolution. Every region's life expectancies improved from 18220 - 1900, which illustrates how the Industrial Revolution improved the average persons life through medicinal advances.
  • Taken together what do these data sets tell us?


5. Read the following and answer the questions below
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Industrial Revolution Introduction.pdf

  • What was the Industrial revolution?
    • A boom in technological advancement which led to increases in production, transport, and communication, between nations and within their borders.
  • What was its origins?
    • Innovative use of steam, coal, and iron, resulted in the industrial boom; which sparked advances in textiles, energy, railways, etc; the steamboat.
  • What were its major effects?
    • Women became major part of the workforce; less wages.
    • Large industries began having an impact on everyday life.
    • Technology has become a necessity and the rate of new innovations continues to climb.


6. Now referring to your textbook create a chart or mindmap of the effects of Industrialization. You must include the following
  • Gender roles/issues
  • Family Structures
  • Social Structures
  • Extension of voting rights (chartist movement)
  • Mass leisure culture
  • Romanticism
  • Socialism
  • Communism