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Neolithic Revolution French Revolution Russian Revolution Industrial Revolution Latin American Revolution 100 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 300 400 400 400 500 500 500 Main page (home)
100 Points People who moved from place to place in small bands to find food.
200 Points The taming of animals
300 Points The end of the Ice Age created favorable conditions for the beginning of this.
400 Points Agriculture allowed people to do this for the first time in history.
500 Points Another word for extra food. Food ____
100 Points Thinkers from this period like John Locke and Voltaire influenced independence movements and revolutions like those in France.
200 Points Pre-revolutionary France had this type of government in which people were denied basic rights
300 Points The first two of the Three Estates shown below.
400 Points Radical revolutionary who led France during the Reign of Terror
500 Points He would create a French Empire in Europe until he met Russia’s General Winter.
100 Points Lenin’s promise to the people of Russia (3 things)
200 Points Lenin’s political party of choice.
300 Points Defeat in a war with this country in 1904 made people lose faith in Czar Nicholas the II and brought Russia closer to Revolution
400 Points After coming to power Lenin signed the treaty of Brest-Litovsk, which got Russia out of this costly conflict.
500 Points After Lenin’s death Joseph Stalin would take control of the Soviet Union and create this type of state where he had “total” control.
100 Points Invention of this type of engine launched the Industrial Revolution.
200 Points The Industrial Revolution began in this country because it had needed natural resources (coal and iron) and good access to the sea.
300 Points Poor working conditions and abuses of the working class led this man to co-write the Communist Manifesto. It called for workers to rise up and overthrow the wealthy capitalists
400 Points People moving from the country to the city to work in the factories.
500 Points Type of labor used in factories in the 1800’s that is not legal today.
100 Points Two revolutions that influenced the Latin American Revolutions
200 Points Group that led the independence movements in Latin America
300 Points This Creole nicknamed, “The Liberator”, led independence movements against the Spanish along with Jose de San Martin in South America.
400 Points Toussaint L’ Ouverture led a Slave Revolt in this country against France and became the first Latin American country to gain it’s independence.
500 Points “Ism” inspiring people in Latin America to seek independence from Spain and France.