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Period V: Nationalism, Revolution, & Reform, Part IV

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Discontent Breeds Anti-Imperialism 0:36
    • Guaranteed Markets For Their Goods
    • Protection Of A Powerful Nation
    • Technology Infusion
    • Highly Developed Civilization
    • Under Thumb Of Others
    • Mughal Empire
    • Maratha
    • Shivaji
    • Hindu Self Rule
  • Marathas Challenge Mughal Rule 3:59
    • Central Area Controlled
  • Revolution Rock The Status Quo 5:06
    • American Revolution
    • 1776-1783
    • George Washington Crosses Delaware River
    • French Revolution
    • Called State General
    • Third Estate
    • Victory Of French Revolution
    • Declaration Of Rights Of Men
    • Women Of Paris
    • Demand King And Queen Come Back
    • King And Queen Came Back
    • King Beheaded
    • Deism
    • Hero
    • Pants
    • Reign Of Terror
    • Robespierre
    • New Governments
    • Napoleon Bonaparte
    • Dictator
    • Haitian Revolution
    • Massacre Of The Whites By The Blacks
    • Didn't Stay As Unsophisticated Battle
    • Began To Organize To Throw Off Slavery
    • Toussaint L'Ouveture
    • Revolution Was Successful
    • Haiti Became A Nation
    • European Roots In Enlightenment
    • African Roots
    • Latin American Revolutions
    • 1810- Creoles Decide To Stand Up
    • Simon Bolivar
    • San Martin- Leader In Argentina
    • 1830- Almost All Latin America Free
  • Slave Revolts 23:33
    • Maroon
    • Suriname
  • Main Concept 25:29
    • Increasing Discontent - Reformist