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Department
History
Course Code
HISTORY 3CG3
Professor
John Weaver

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History Review
Themes
War
o War propaganda (selling war))
o Revolution
o Violence/Conflicts
Peace
o The four freedoms
o Woodrow Wilson 14 points I think
Human Rights
Imperialism
Nationalism
Topics
The age of imperialism
The First World War
The Chinese Revolution and Aftermath
The Second World War
Indian Nationalism and Independence
Decolonization in Africa and the Middle East
Civil Rights and Reolutions in the America
The Cold War
Change and Conflict in the Middle East
The Collapse of Communism and Age of Globalization
Course Terms
1.Introduction
o Marxism: Karl Marx
o Socialism
o Capitalism
o Nationalism
2. Imperialism
o Imperialism
o Social Darwinism
o Scramble for Africa
o The Berlin African Conference 884-85
3.First World War
o Archduke Franz Ferdinand
o The Moroccan Crisis
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o British Dreadnoughts
o Schliefen Plan
o Battle of Ypres
o 14 Points
o League of Nations
4.Chinese Revoltuion
o Kuomintang
o Intellectual Revolution
May Fourth Movement
o Long March
o Great Leap Forward
5.Second World War
o Treaty of Verailles
o Appeasement Policy
o Blitzkrieg 255
To avoid stalemate that defeated them in first war
Invasion of Poland
Worked in the opening phases of attack against Russia
o Concentration Camps
o The Final solution 259
6.Indian Nationalism
o Indian National Congress (chapter 14)
o The Amristar Incident/Massacre 205
Protest Rowlett act mob murders four Europeans in Amritsar
Large gathering of 10000 in Amritsar troops open fire on crowd about 400 die
Rallying point for nationalist movement
o Satyagraha 205
Truth force
Peaceful protest demonstrations and nonviolence,
Civil dispodience and non cooperation unjust laws
Since fewer than 200 000 brits controlled 400 million Indians than rely on Indian
cooperation
Would call of protest if violent
o Salt March 1930 208
Exemplified Ghandi’s method of protest.
Government had monopoloy on the manufacture and sae of salt and taxed it for
revenue
Protest as a burden on the poor and as a symbol of Brit laws violating Indian civil
rights
Ghandi led 78 followers on a 200mile walk to the sea where he took out salt
water and boiled to extract salt symbolically deifying salt monopoly
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