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  1. After refusing to sit as part of the Estates General, the Third Estate declared itself the ________________.
    National Assembly
  2. _____________ developed his ideas about Socialism after having already been an industrialist.
    Robert Owen
  3. _____________ was commonly considered (if inaccurately) 'dictator' of France during the Terror.
    Robespierre
  4. Friedrich Engels described the horrific living conditions for the industrial working class in the city of ________.
    Manchester
  5. The period of reaction that followed the Terror in 1794 is know as _________.
    Thermidor
  6. ___________ was the 'idol' of the Scientific Revolution.
    Newton
  7. The main religious outsider group in Europe up through the 19th century has been ________.
    Jews
  8. The _________ system was the most common from of small-scale urban industrial production before (and still during) the early phase of the Industrial Revolution.
    Continental
  9. The Girondins' vision of a true revolutionary war began with a declaration of war against __________.
    Russia
  10. The English landed elite increased the size of their estates during the 18th and 19th centuries through the process of _________.
    enclosure
  11. The political entity that compromised most of Central Europe between the fall of Napolean and the outbreak of the Austro-Prussian War in 1866 was called the ____________.
    German Confederation
  12. Conflict between Prussia and France developed after the throne of _________ came open.
    Spain
  13. The major colonial powers gave the Congo to the King of the Belgians at the ______________ in 1885.
    Berlin Africa Conference
  14. The idea that societies or nations are like organisms that struggle against one another for survival is known as __________.
    Social Darwinism
  15. Germany pried vast amounts of territory from Russia in 1918 through the Treaty of ___________.
    Brest-Litovsk
  16. In the Russian Empire, Jews were restricted to living in an area known as the _____________.
    Pale of Settlement
  17. Christians and Jews in the Ottoman Empire had the status of __________.
    dhimmi
  18. The _________ Era ushered in a period of reform aimed at achieving equality among the Ottoman Empire's subjects.
    Tanzimat
  19. Russia exacted huge territorial concessions from the Ottoman Empire through the Treaty of __________.
    San Stefano
  20. Britain entered the First World War as a result of Germany having violated the neutrality of _________.
    Belgium

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