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(1485-1547) Spanish conquistador who was responsible for the conquest of the Aztec Empire and the claiming of much of Central America for the Spanish.
The movement initiated by the Catholic Church to contain the Protestant Reformation and, if possible, end it.
coup d etat
The acting of overthrowing a government in favor of another, usually through violent means.
A person who makes quality, practical or decorative goods.
The burning of a dead body until it turns to ash.
Cuban Missile Crisis
(1961) Crises that developed as a result of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro
(1958) A political revolution that removed the United States supported Fugencio Batista from power. The revolution was led by Fidel Castro who became the new leader of Cuba as a communist dictator.
(1966-1976) Political policy in started in China by Mao Zedong to eliminate his rivals and train a new generation in the revolutionary spirit that created communist China. The Cultural Revolution resulted in beatings, terror, mass jailings, and the deaths of thousands.
The shared beliefs, customs, practices, and social behavior of a particular nation or people
A system of slave labor used by the Dutch in their South East Asia colonies.
One of the earliest forms of writing. It consisted of wedge shaped symbols usually imprinted in clay. Used throughout ancient Mesopotamia.
(1867-1934) French scientist. She is best known for his work with her husband Pierre in the field of radioactivity.
(1859-1906) French scientist. He is best known for his work with his wife Marie in the field of radioactivity.
An alphabet created by Eastern Orthodox monks for the Slavic language. It is based on Greek, and still used through the various Slavic countries today, such as Russia.
Title of the ruler of Russia. Taken from the word Caesar, which means emperor.
Czar Nicholas II
(1868-1918) Czar of Russia (1894-1917). He was overthrown during the Russian Revolution of 1917. Later, he and his family were killed by the revolution