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UTSGHIS103Y1Alison SmithFall

HIS103Y1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 47 pages long!)

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Our i(cid:374)terests are eter(cid:374)al a(cid:374)d perpetual a(cid:374)d it is our i(cid:374)terests (cid:449)e (cid:448)o(cid:449) to follo(cid:449
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HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Eth, Order Of The Defender Of The Realm, Mi5

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20 Nov 2017
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British empire in india and the great game (russia and british with afghanistan in the middle) The g(cid:396)eat ga(cid:373)e is a russia(cid:374) (cid
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HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Carlsbad Decrees, German Confederation, Crimean War

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20 Nov 2017
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Has been asked up until now by sates outside. How best to organize the german states. in the 19th century is the flip side. German starts asking how be
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HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: American Civil War, Total War, Avail

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20 Nov 2017
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Keep in mind the wars that are not fought- anglo civil war and the wars not won. When one side wins a war another side loses. (cid:862)(cid:272)i(cid:4
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HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ems Dispatch, Field Marshal, Italian Unification

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20 Nov 2017
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Back in germany- concluding german question with 2 wars of german unification (austro- prussian war, 1866 and. Around 1865-66 a war is looming between
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HIS103Y1 Lecture 6: LECTURE 31

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20 Nov 2017
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He mentions a post 1971 period where bismarck do(cid:373)i(cid:374)ated eu(cid:396)opea(cid:374) poli(cid:272)(cid:455). But he"s does(cid:374)"t e(cid
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HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Bonfire, French Revolutionary Wars, Janissaries

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20 Nov 2017
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Cardinal richelieu made a crucial decision- he threw catholic frances power against other states. he did this for raison de-etat. Frances decision to e
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HIS103Y1 Lecture 9: LECTURE 24

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20 Nov 2017
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Connection between foreign policy goals and domestic politics- how they work together and how they work apart. The usa is often described as an isolati
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HIS103Y1 Lecture 1: LECTURE 26

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20 Nov 2017
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Palmerston we have no eternal allies and no perpetual enemies. Our interests are eternal and perpetual and it is our interests we vow to follow. i. e.
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HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Carl Von Clausewitz, Eastern Question, Bourgeoisie

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20 Nov 2017
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Carl von clausewitz- oppression staff officer who fought for the prussians under napoleon and the(cid:374) (cid:449)rote a fa(cid:373)ous (cid:271)ook
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HIS103Y1 Lecture 11: LECTURE 25

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20 Nov 2017
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The limits of government and included in that is equality before the law, protection of citizens from autocracy. The emerging idea that people and poli
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HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Guerrilla Warfare, Preemptive War, Spanish Empire

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20 Nov 2017
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Things covered ( lecture 5&6: succession, origins of the war, the war of the spanish succession (1701/2-1713/14, the peace of utrecht (1713/14) (slashe
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UTSGHIS103Y1Alison SmithFall

HIS103Y1 Lecture 16: LECTURE 6

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20 Nov 2017
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The english are leading alliance and underlying the english motive was cash/money. Without (cid:373)o(cid:374)ey they"d (cid:374)ot (cid:271)e a(cid:27
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HIS103Y1 Lecture 2: HISTORY LECTURE 4

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20 Nov 2017
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Is louis xiv suffering from the fear of greatness. Louis, having got greatness looks to pass it on to the next generation. I(cid:374) p(cid:396)e(cid:4
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HIS103Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: French Ironclad Gloire, Fronde

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20 Nov 2017
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Louis was born during the 30 years war. So he became king when he was 5 and ruled for 72 long years! He was the ruler of france for 53 years and for ha
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