CHAPTER THIRTY-TWO


IDENTIFICATIONS
Explain the significance of the following:
1. Bundesrat
2. Reichstag
3. I.W.W.
4. Bloody Sunday
5. drang nach osten
6. Young Turks
7. Duma
8. mir
9. October Manifesto
10. zemstvos
11. "Cat and Mouse Act"
12. trasformismo
13. Russification
14. Triple Entente
WHO AM I and WHERE AM I FROM?
1. This militant suffragette used violent protest to spread her message and draw attention to the issue.
2. This leader of a Marxist Socialist party led a union of railway workers and was imprisoned when that union continued to strike despite the attorney general's injunction against it.
3. This radical lawyer and socialist, as the chancellor of the exchequer, had the power to bring many of his reforms to fruition.
4. This leader of the Social Democratic party, while experienced rising popularity until his party was virtually dissolved by legislation which restricted workers' rights.
5. The assassination of this archduke set in motion the events which would lead to World War I.
6. This radical leader, who believed that a war with Germany would restore his nation's imperial glory, failed to gain power.
7. This liberal Prime Minister participated in the passage of significant reforms with David Lloyd George and Winston Churchill.
8. This president found that he hadn't the power to dismiss the premier and initiated a period of figurehead presidents.
9. This revolutionary, also known as Vladimir Ulanov, led the Social Democrats.
10. This socialist "joined the nonsocialist cabinet of Prime Minister René Waldeck-Rousseau", angering his socialist followers.
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