AP World History Chapter 20 Test

Flashcard maker : Ruth Blanco
nation that had the most people emigrate after WW1
russia
there were 3 of these, over a period of over 800 years
diasporas
this migration was the result of religious forced resettlement
muslim hindu
one of the few migrations that spread a religion from India to Spain
arab bedowin
one of the push factors that send people out of a region or nation
hunger
over a period of 700 years, they migrated from Asia to the Middle East
turkic
the loss of this will cause people to move
wealth
the occurrence of this will cause small and great migrations
famine
when the decision to migrate is made, often people need to _________ everything they own
sell
at the end of this war, many people emigrated from Russia, Greece, and E. Europe
WW1
tracing this metal helps us follow the Bantu
iron
this is the longest migration in terms of duration/ time (one of two)
bantu
the first peoples to settle on Madagascar
maylay
this migrating group may be the base of language for many others
indo arian
pushed out of their lands by the Mongols, this group moved slowly westward
hunic
one of the major PUSH factors in the migrations
war
nation created in November 1947 as a home for the refugees of war and discrimination
israel
religious and political ______ lead to many migrations
persecution
a growing _________ will cause immigration
industry
a chance for a good ________ for their children will pull people to another land
education
the Turks and this group both originated in Mongolia in No. China
huns
The only group to migrate to forcefully spread their religion in 7th to 9th cen.
arabs
VOCAB: manchu
the race of people who conquered China and founded the Qing Dynasty
VOCAB: samurai
class of warriors in feudal Japan who pledged loyalty to a noble in return for land
VOCAB: daimyo
a Japanese feudal lord who commanded a private army of samurai
VOCAB: pirates
VOCAB: tokugawa ieyasu
VOCAB: tokugawa shogunate
Japanese ruling dynasty that strove to isolate it from foreign influences
VOCAB: \”dutch studies\”
VOCAB: ming empire
Empire based in China that Zhu Yuanzhang established after the overthrow of the Yuan Empire. The Ming emperor Yongle sponsored the building of the Forbidden City and the voyages of Zheng He.
VOCAB: Qing empire
Empire established in China by Manchus who overthrew the Ming Empire in 1644. At various times they also controlled Manchuria, Mongolia, Turkestan, and Tibet. The last emperor of this dynasty was overthrown in 1911 by nationalists.
VOCAB: metro ricci
VOCAB: kangxi
Qing emperor (r. 1662-1722). He oversaw the greatest expansion of the Qing Empire.
VOCAB: amur river
an Asian river between China and Russia
VOCAB: macartney mission
The unsuccessful attempt by the British Empire to establish diplomatic relations with the Qing Empire in 1793.
VOCAB: siberia
The extreme northeastern sector of Asia, including the Kamchatka Peninsula and the present Russian coast of the Arctic Ocean, the Bering Strait, and the Sea of Okhotsk.
VOCAB: muscovy
a Russian principality in the 13th to 16th centuries
VOCAB: Ural Mountains
a mountain range in western Russia extending from the arctic to the Caspian Sea; forms part of the traditional boundary between Europe and Asia
VOCAB: tsar
The Russian term for ruler or king; taken from the Roman word caesar.
VOCAB: cossacks
free groups and outlaw armies of peasants who fled the tzar and service nobility
VOCAB: serfs
men of women who were the poorest members of society, peasants who worked the lord’s land in exchange for protection
VOCAB: Peter the Great
czar of Russia who introduced ideas from western Europe to reform the government
VOCAB: Westernization
VOCAB: Catherine the Great
VOCAB: variation

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