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Eastern Europe Deck3.50 cards
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Between 1000 and 1100 AD
Boleslaw the brave consolidated the Polish nation to include Moravia, its now part of Czech Republic
Comparing the map of Eastern Europe 1200 A.D. and that of present-day Europe what were three modern-day countries that the Kingdom of Hungary ruled over?
Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia and Romania
Genghis Khans son he succeeded in extending his empire to the Germanic lands.
They attacked Christians instead of Muslims because of the rich culture they had and divided it amongst themselves
How did the "Defenders of the Faith", known as the Crusaders, cause the invasion and control of Southern Europe by Ottoman (Muslim) forces?
Because they spent there time taking over the Byzantine Christians
He wanted catholic reform and got killed for it
According to the map, what are three modern-day countries in Eastern Europe that were controlled by the Ottoman Empire in 1400?
Bulgari, Serbi, Macedonia and Albania
The Ottoman empire and the polish Lithuanina union
So they could own land or bear arms
1699 to 1918 or 219 years
Austria, Prussia and Russia
1775- they divided it up among Austria , Russia ans Prussia
It gave their lands to the Prussian's, Russians who had been victorious nations
The kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and slovens, it lasted 11 years and became Yugoslavia
Who first called for the creation of a United States of Europe, when did he do it, and what organization embodies some of the concepts of a United States of Europe?
In1946 and it was Winston Churchill, the Eu embodies the same concepts
Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Moldova, Belarus and Ukraine
In a Polish Gdansk shipyard in 1981
What effect did the incorporation of Estonia into the Soviet Union have on the ethnic makeup of the country?
Made the Estonian percent figure of the country go way down and added a bunch of different ethnic groups
Because of a low birth rate and people started moving out of the country.
Estonians are a Finnouradic group and Latvians are an Indo European. They are more Scandinavian than Slavic
In densly populated urban areas and factories. The natives like to be in rural areas
In a country home, you would be politely but unfriendly greeted
Why do you think the Estonians value their ethnic identity so much and openly profess Estonian nationalism?
Because the Estonian ethnicity started coming back and they believe that their culture shouldn't come from above
The Greeks and Romans
It made the people convert to Islam
They tried to stop Slavic nationalism and converted their countries to Roman Catholicism
So the Slavs would help take down their enemies the Turks
The end of world war 1 to stop the Serbs from getting use of the Baltic sea
When the heir to the Austo Hungarian throne was killed
Because they have the most diverse set of languages ethnic groups and religions
It held the countries together when centralized government fell apart
It broke up and led to civil war
Because they are a different religion then the rest of Yugislavia
Muslim and Roman Catholic Croats
Because the Serbs who made up 15% of the county claimed a small piece of it.
There is a homogenous population and few ethnic groups
Because Greece refused to trade with it
They all suffered political and economic problems after the fall of the soviet union1.
Russia, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Bulgaria, Great Britain, turkey, Serbia and Montenegro
The Germanic empire, Serbia, Austria-Hungary Montenegro and Russia
Ireland,Austria,Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Finland
Romania, Italy, France, Denmark and Grecea
The German empire, Austria-Hungary and Russia
Austria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Poland, Italy, Soviet union.
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