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DBQ EssayPERSIA / TopicSome Vocabulary to Use When Writing Your Essay
DBQ - Belief Systems - Islam, Christianity, BuddhismReligion / Belief Systems (Traditional) Monotheism, Polytheism. 5 Pillars of Faith, 10 Commandments, 5 Noble Truths, Eightfold-Path, Nirvana, Reincarnation, Cultural Diffusion, Mansa Musa, Mail, Muslim, West Africa
DBQ - Change Food Production - Neolithic Revolution, Agrarian Revolution, Green RevolutionEconomic / Non-Political Revolutions Revolution, Farming, Agriculture, Traditional Economy, Barter, Pesticides, Fertilizers, Thomas Malthus, Industrial Revolution, Surplus, Rise of Civilization, Characteristics of a Civilization, Domestication of Plants & Animals, Sedentary, Permanent Settlements, Rise of Cities, Complex Government, Laws, Religion, Job Specialization
DBQ - Change in Technology - Printing Press, Steam Power Machinery, Atomic BombIntellectual / Technology Revolution, Cold War, Renaissance, Protestant Reformation, James Watt, Great Britain, Martin Luther, Vernacular, Coal, Natural Resources, Many Rivers in Great Britain, Canals, Transportation of Goods/Resources, Harbors around Island of Great Britain, 95 Theses, Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Japan, Radiation Deaths and Illness
DBQ - Conquests Mongols, Spanish, OttomanPERSIA / Imperialism Nomadic, Reconquista, Encomeinda, First Global Age, Advanced Technology, Stirrup, Horses, Christianity to Americas, Non-Centralized Government (Mongols), Tribute, Cultural Diffusion, Diseases from Europe Spread to Americas, No immunity, Small Pox
DBQ - Contributions of Individuals - Leonardo da Vinci, Toussaint L'Ouverture, Mohandas GandhiPolitical, Social, Intellectual, Contributions of People Renaissance, Latin American Revolutions, Nationalism, India Independence, Haitian Independence,Successful Slave Revolt, Napoleon, Imperialism, Humanism, Inventor, Painter, Architect, Renaissance Man, Vitruvian Man, "Mona Lisa", "Last Supper", Secularism, Individualism, Realism, Portrait, Salt March, Boycott, Cotton, Partition (India - Hindu / Pakistan - Muslim)
DBQ - Control of Waterways - Economic & PoliticalEconomic & Political Control of Geography/Area Geographic Determinism, River Valley, Fertile Soil, Agriculture, Characteristics of a Civilization, Command Economy, Globalization, Exports, Imports, Factors of Production, Capitalism, Mercantilism, Spice Islands, India, China, Ottoman Empire, Sea Trade Routes, Middle East Trade Routes Controlled by Ottomans
DBQ - Denial Human Rights - Ukranians, Cambodians, RwandansHuman Rights Violations Natural Rights, Genocide, Dictator, Totalitarian, Famine, Stalin, Soviet Union, Africa Imperialism, Decolonization, Belgians, Tutsis, Hutus, Civil War,
DBQ - Economic Systems - Manorialism, Mercantilism, CommunismEconomic Systems Feudalism, Subsistence Farming, Agriculture, Favorable Balance of Trade, Triangular Trade, Gold & Silver, Mother Country, Colonies, Command Economy, Redistribution of Wealth, Forced Economic Equality
DBQ - French RevolutionPolitical Revolutions Third Estate, First Estate, Second Estate, Taxes, Absolute Monarchy, Committee for Public Safety, Guillotine, Napoleon, Dictator, "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity"
DBQ - Geographic Factors - Deserts, Monsoons, Cold ClimatesGeography Geographic Determinism, Cultural Diffusion, Cultural Diversity, Trade, World War II, Napoleon Russia Campaign, African Kingdoms (Mali, Songhai, Ghana), Gold & Salt Saharan Trade
DBQ - Government Control of People - Russia Under the Czars, Germany under Adolf Hitler, China under Mao ZedongPolitical Control Fascism, Nazi Germany, Totalitarianism, Communism, Dictator, Cultural Revolution, Great Leap Forward, Absolute Monarchy, Propaganda, Censorship, Militarism, Nationalism, Holocaust, Social Darwinism, Karl Marx
DBQ - Ideas - Heliocentrism, Natural Rights, MarxismIntellectual / Ideas & Philosophy Geocentric, Scientific Revolution, Telescope, Locke, Rousseau, Social Contract, Consent of the Governed, Two Treatises of Government, "Life, Liberty, Property", "Religion is the opiate of the masses", Great Leap Forward, Cultural Revolution
DBQ - ImperialismPERSIA / Imperialism Social Darwinism, White Man's Burden, Colonialism, Capitalism, Adam Smith, Wealth of Nations, Archipelago, Natural Resources
DBQ - Migrations - Africans to Americas, Jews to Palestine & Israel, Hindus & Muslims between India & PakistanArea/Geography / Movement of People Triangular Trade, The Encounter, Encomienda System, Mercantilism, Gold & Silver, Favorable Balance of Trade, Mother Country, Holocaust, Nazis, Genocide, Nationalism, Zionism, Imperialism, Great Britain, Independence Movement
DBQ - Natural Resources - Coal, Water, Oil, DiamondsArea/Geography (Natural Resources) Raw Materials, Imperialism, Mercantilism. Capitalism, Globalization, Industrial Revolution, Middle East, Saudi Arabia
DBQ - Problems - Genocide, Threats to Environment, Weapons of Mass DestructionPolitical, Economic, Area/Geography - Modern Problems Human Rights, United Nations, Nuclear proliferation, Declaration of Human Rights (1948), Climate Change, Desertification, Cold War, World War I, World War II, Nagasaki & Hiroshima, North Korea, Iran Nuclear Program.

DBQ - Results of War - Economic & Political

Political, Economic, Social / War, Conflict Crusades, Holy War, Feudalism, Cultural Diffusion, Commercial Revolution, Renaissance, Byzantine Empire, Golden Age of Islam, Nationalism, Alliances, Militarism, Imperialism, Spark (Assassination of Austrian Archduke ), Powder Keg, Balkan Peninsula, War Guilt Clause, Demilitarization, Rise of Hitler, Great Depression,
DBQ - The Cold WarPolitical, Social / Conflict Cold War Soviet Union, United States, Communism, Capitalism, Totalitarianism, Federal Republic, Dictator, NATO, Warsaw Pact, Hungarian Revolution of 1956, Berlin Wall, Non-Alignment, North Korea (Communist), South Korea (Republic), 38th Parallel, Fidel Castro, Contras, Sandinistas
DBQ - Protest MovementsSocial / Protest Movements Suffrage, Great Britain, Political Economy, Rise of Middle Class, China, Communism, Totalitarian, Tiananmen Square, Apartheid, Nelson Mandela, African National Congress, Human Rights, UN Economic Boycott, South Africa
DBQ - Salt, Sugar,and Cotton effects of People, Societies, and RegionsEconomic, Social, Area/Geography, Effects of People Cultural Diffusion, Geographic Determinism, West African Kingdoms, Ghana, Songhai, Mali, Mansa Musa, Islam, Slave Trade, Middle Passage, Encomienda, Age of Exploration, First Global Age, Old Imperialism, Mercantilism, Triangular Trade, Portugal, Spain, Great Britain, Industrial Revolution, Textiles, Mills, Factories, Mass Production, Factors of Production
DBQ - Technology: Caravel (Spanish), Stirrup (Mongols), and Railroad (India)Intellectual / Technology Spanish, Portuguese, Compass, Sextant, Sea Trade Route to India/Spice Islands/China, Nomadic, Horses, Decentralized Government, Tribute, Religious Tolerance (Mongols), cultural diffusion, Columbian Exchange
DBQ - Industrial RevolutionEconomic, Social/ Industrial Revolution Industrial Revolution, Factors of Production, Capitalism, Great Britain, Rise of Middle Class, Disposable Income, Factory System, Mill, Cottage Industry, Mass Production, Machines, Luddites, Spinning Jenny, James Watt, Steam Engine, Migration from Rural to Urban Areas, Karl Marx, Fredrich Engels, Communism, Redistribution of Wealth, Industrialization, Pollution, Poor Working Conditions, Child Labor, Long Work Hours, Workers Unions, Proletariat, Bourgeoisie, Imperialism, Scramble for Africa

Non-Regents DBQ Essays

Nationalism Dbq Essay

Lea Serres November, 2009

Mrs. Cerqua Nationalism DBQ

"Nationalism united people into nation- states, toppled empires composed of many ethnic minorities, and contributed to the outbreak of wars in the nineteenth century. How would you evaluate this statement?"

Nationalism is a common patriotic passion for one's nation and fellow nationals that united, and still unites certain groups of people. Nationalism can cause for the birth of loyalty to ethnic minorities, which have potential to cause many historically significant events. It was a force that caused conflict in, and shaped the paths of Italy, Germany and France, among the other great European powers of the time.

In France, on August 23, 1793 the "Levee en Masse" greatly impacted French society. The Levee en Masse was in a way, a draft to rally support of the citizens. It showed nationalism because it required the people to work for the greater good of a nation. (Document 1) Since patriotism is one of the key factors of nationalism, the Levee en Masse is a perfect illustration of the effects of nationalism on French society. Another example of French nationalism is shown in Document 2, which consists of an excerpt of the French National Anthem. The French National Anthem urges the French to fight for their right to liberty against cruel tyrants. This is shown in the following quote: "Arise, children of the fatherland…Against us cruel tyrants…March on, march on, To liberty or death!"

Another group of people that was heavily impacted by the effects of nationalism were the Italian people. In 1850, Italy was ruled by many different empires. They were separate states with no unification whatsoever. The Northern regions were richer than the south, and the two areas had nothing in common. Italy had lack of unity, which is shown in the fact that Mazzini wanted a Republic, the Pope wanted a confederation, and Charles Albert wanted...

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