1. Napoleon III
2. Baron Houssmann and Paris
3. Mexico and Emperor Maximilian
4. Crimean War
5. Ottoman Empire
6. Dardanelles and Savastopol
7. Florence Nightingale
8. Piedmont and the House of Savoy
9. Count Camillo di Cavour
10. battles of Magenta and Solferino
11. Giuseppe Garibaldi and the Red Shirts
12. Zollverein
13. Count Otto von Bismarck
14. “iron and blood” and Realpolitik
15. Austro-Prussian War
16. North German Confederation
17. Franco-Prussian War
18. battles of Sadowa and Sedan
19. Second German Empire
20. Dual Monarchy
21. Ausgleich
22. Alexander II and the serfs
23. zemstvos
24. the People’s Will
25. Queen Victoria
26. Reform Bill of 1867
27. Benjamin Disraeli and William Gladstone
28. Kansas-Nebraska Act
29. Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation
30. Dominion of Canada
31. The Communist Manifesto
32. Hegel’s dialectic
33. bourgeoisie v. prolétariat
34. Marx’s Das Kapital
35. First International
36. Louis Pasteur
37. Dmitri Mendeleyev
38. Michael Faraday
39. Charles Darwin
40. On the Origin of Species
41. “survival of the fit”
42. Joseph Lister
43. Elizabeth Blackwell
44. August Comte and “positive knowledge”
45. Realism
46. Gustave Flaubert’s Madame Bovary
47. Charles Dickens
48. Gustave Courbet’s The Stonebreakers
49. Franz Liszt
50. Richard Wagner and Gesamtkunstwerk

1. Assess the accomplishments and failures of Louis Napoleon's regime in terms of the impact his policies had on France.
2. What was Napoleon III’s most positive and most negative legacies to France’s future, and why?
3. Evaluate the unification of Italy and Germany.   How were the roles of Cavour and Bismarck in the unification
of their countries similar?   How were they different?   What role did war and diplomacy play the in the two
unification movements?
4. Compare the aims and accomplishments of Bismarck and Cavour. Which statesman faced the...