Assignment 2<br />By Ryan Schuhler<br />Ways of the World<br />
Happened from 1775-1787<br />Occurred out of a result of the British trying to tighten there control on the colonies.<br /...
Haiti was originally a very wealthy French Caribbean colony called Saint Domingue.<br />It produced as much as half of the...
European and American woman began redefining there roles and rights in society.<br />The Declaration of the Rights of Woma...
The middle class was benefited most in the British Industrial Revolution.<br />Respectability was the central value in the...
American industrialization started in the textile industry in the 1820’s.<br />By 1914 the U.S. was the leading industrial...
As a result of industrialization in Russia there was a growing middle class.<br />These newly educated individuals slowly ...
China suffered economic hardship in the 1800’s because of the robust population in early years.<br />The Taiping Uprising ...
The Ottoman Empire was at one time the power that kept Islam dominant in India, Indonesia, West Aftrica , and Central Asia...
Japan limited its contact to the west significantly.<br />The Meiji Restoration was a time when Japan restored power to it...
This French colony was eight times the size of France.<br />Its population was around 15 million.<br />The rule depended m...
African woman were farmers taking on many responsibilities of planting and weeding and such.<br />As the economies of colo...
Missionaries and government brought schools to the colonies which helped bring about a new identity.<br />This education a...
Brought an end to World War I in 1919.<br />Germany lost 15% of its European land and all of its colonies.<br />The German...
In 1929 the Great Depression started when the stock market crashed.<br />The Depression started in America and spread its ...
The Nazi Party leader and German dictator.<br />He exercised the European fascism much like that of Italy.<br />When in co...
He was the Bolshevik leader of the Russian Revolution.<br />He is now the world symbol of communism.<br />He distributed l...
Communism took over China in 1949 when a small political party known as the Chinese Communist Party arose.<br />The leader...
The leader of Cuba starting in 1959.<br />He caused a good amount of conflict and trouble with the U.S.<br />He allied wit...
Mandela was a political prison for many years.<br />He was the leader of the African National Congress and the first black...
Chp. 23-Kwame Nkrumah<br />Nkrumah is considered the first hero of Africa.<br />He was the leader of the government of Gha...
The culture of Turkey started to adapt to the modern world.<br />The Turkish people still practiced Islam, but it became l...
Globalization is the growth of international interaction in regards to economic issues.<br />Technology was a major factor...
From Saudi Arabia and created al-Qaeda in order to send troops and funds for the Afghan resistance.<br />He was originally...
People began to lash out against the pollution of the world from the growing industry<br />Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring r...
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  1. 1. Assignment 2<br />By Ryan Schuhler<br />Ways of the World<br />
  2. 2. Happened from 1775-1787<br />Occurred out of a result of the British trying to tighten there control on the colonies.<br />The resulting U.S. Constitution and bill of rights set an example for many revolutions to come.<br />Chp. 17- American Rev.<br />
  3. 3. Haiti was originally a very wealthy French Caribbean colony called Saint Domingue.<br />It produced as much as half of the world’s coffee and 40% of the world’s sugar.<br />The mixture of many slaves and fewer white people controlling led to a massive rebellion and eventually the independence of Haiti.<br />Chp. 17- The Haitian Rev.<br />
  4. 4. European and American woman began redefining there roles and rights in society.<br />The Declaration of the Rights of Woman was written by a French woman in 1791 and made the issue known.<br />Most of early feminism was about suffrage. <br />Chp. 17- Feminists<br />
  5. 5. The middle class was benefited most in the British Industrial Revolution.<br />Respectability was the central value in the new formed middle class culture.<br />There was a important distinguishing from the middle class and the laboring class.<br />Chp. 18- British Middle Class<br />
  6. 6. American industrialization started in the textile industry in the 1820’s.<br />By 1914 the U.S. was the leading industrial power.<br />America’s industrial revelation was different then other parts of the world because it did not result in socialism or working class political parties.<br />Chp. 18- U.S. Industrialization<br />
  7. 7. As a result of industrialization in Russia there was a growing middle class.<br />These newly educated individuals slowly started looking at different political ideals, such as Marxist socialism.<br />Sparked by World War I, the Russian Revolution took place in 1917.<br />Chp. 18- Russian Revolution<br />
  8. 8. China suffered economic hardship in the 1800’s because of the robust population in early years.<br />The Taiping Uprising which followed was different then many other countries, because it was under the claim of Christianity and led by a man claiming to be Jesus’ brother.<br />The Taiping Uprising was eventually stopped, but weakened China.<br />Chp. 19- Chinese Crisis<br />
  9. 9. The Ottoman Empire was at one time the power that kept Islam dominant in India, Indonesia, West Aftrica , and Central Asia.<br />In the late 1700’s the Ottoman Empire was weak and being overpowered by Christian influence.<br />Eventually the Ottoman Empire collapsed after World War I.<br />Chp. 19-The Ottoman Empire<br />
  10. 10. Japan limited its contact to the west significantly.<br />The Meiji Restoration was a time when Japan restored power to its young emperor.<br />Japan then opened up to the western world and ideals.<br />Chp. 19-The Meiji Restoration<br />
  11. 11. This French colony was eight times the size of France.<br />Its population was around 15 million.<br />The rule depended mainly on Asian and African societies.<br />Chp. 20-French West Africa<br />
  12. 12. African woman were farmers taking on many responsibilities of planting and weeding and such.<br />As the economies of colonies grew, women’s roles grew more separate than those of men’s.<br />Woman had many hardships and struggles to deal with and suffered a lot of injustice.<br />Chp. 20- African Colonial Woman<br />
  13. 13. Missionaries and government brought schools to the colonies which helped bring about a new identity.<br />This education also caused some cultural prejudice and division.<br />It was hard for many Africans and Asians to receive an education because they were considered lesser peoples.<br />Chp. 20-Colonial Education<br />
  14. 14. Brought an end to World War I in 1919.<br />Germany lost 15% of its European land and all of its colonies.<br />The Germans were blamed for starting the war.<br />The punishment to <br /> Germany was severe.<br />Chp. 21-Treaty of Versailles<br />
  15. 15. In 1929 the Great Depression started when the stock market crashed.<br />The Depression started in America and spread its effects to the rest of the world.<br />President Roosevelt’s <br /> response to the Great <br /> Depression was the New <br /> Deal, which was meant <br /> to jumpstart the economy.<br />Chp. 21-Great Depression<br />
  16. 16. The Nazi Party leader and German dictator.<br />He exercised the European fascism much like that of Italy.<br />When in control, Hitler <br /> completely controlled the <br /> country, everything from <br /> police, to media, to <br />unions and much more.<br />Chp. 21- Hitler<br />
  17. 17. He was the Bolshevik leader of the Russian Revolution.<br />He is now the world symbol of communism.<br />He distributed lots of<br />propaganda and ran <br />his country a lot like<br />a cult.<br />Chp. 22- Vladimir Lenin<br />
  18. 18. Communism took over China in 1949 when a small political party known as the Chinese Communist Party arose.<br />The leader of the group was Mao Zedong.<br />When Japan invaded China, the CCP finally took <br />control of China.<br />Chp. 22-Chinese Revolution<br />
  19. 19. The leader of Cuba starting in 1959.<br />He caused a good amount of conflict and trouble with the U.S.<br />He allied with the Soviet Union.<br />He played a part in the nuclear standoff in the Cold<br />War between the U.S.<br /> and the U.S.S.R.<br />Chp. 22-Fidel Castro<br />
  20. 20. Mandela was a political prison for many years.<br />He was the leader of the African National Congress and the first black president.<br />He fought against<br /> the control of the<br /> whites and for <br /> democracy in South<br /> Africa .<br />Chp. 23-Nelson Mandela<br />
  21. 21. Chp. 23-Kwame Nkrumah<br />Nkrumah is considered the first hero of Africa.<br />He was the leader of the government of Ghana.<br />He unified Ghana and eventually won their independence.<br />He is known for his strong<br />support of Pan-Africanism.<br />Info from www.wikipedia.com<br />
  22. 22. The culture of Turkey started to adapt to the modern world.<br />The Turkish people still practiced Islam, but it became less strict and accepted more modern ideals, especially in dress.<br />The people, however,<br />still remained <br /> attached to their <br /> Islamic beliefs.<br />Chp. 23-Islam in Turkey<br />
  23. 23. Globalization is the growth of international interaction in regards to economic issues.<br />Technology was a major factor in globalization.<br />It is captured well <br />in Jeffrey Frieden’s<br />quote, “capitalism was <br />global and the globe <br />was capitalist.”<br />Chp. 24-Globalization<br />
  24. 24. From Saudi Arabia and created al-Qaeda in order to send troops and funds for the Afghan resistance.<br />He was originally an ally with the U.S.<br />He then became angered that U.S. troops were stationed in the holy <br />city, so he planned the <br />infamous attack on the World<br /> Trade Center.<br />Chp. 24-Osama bin Laden<br />
  25. 25. People began to lash out against the pollution of the world from the growing industry<br />Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring revealed the chemical contamination happening and lead to a whole<br /> western wave of <br />“going green”.<br />Chp. 24-Environmentalism<br />

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