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1 The Pattern of Urbanization: The Primate [First] and Secondary Cities, EUROPE ASIA AFRICA INDIAN OCEAN Source: K. N. Chaudhuri, Trade and Civilisation in the Indian Ocean, Cambridge University Press (adapted)

2 Trade Routes Between the Old and New Worlds NORTH AMERICA Boston Newport New York Philadelphia ENGLISH COLONIES Charleston WEST Cuba Jamaica Enslaved persons INDIES Enslaved persons, molasses Fish, livestock, flour, lumber Enslaved persons, molasses Hispaniola Fish, furs, naval stores Manufactured products Manufactured products Tobacco Rice, indigo, furs Guadeloupe Martinique km mi Manufactured products Meat, fish, rum, lumber, grain Manufactured products ATLANTIC OCEAN Molasses, fruit European products Enslaved persons Rum Linens, horses Fruit, wine ENGLAND Bristol London SPAIN PORTUGAL Lisbon Glasgow Cadiz EUROPE AFRICA Barbados Enslaved persons SLAVE COASTS SOUTH AMERICA Major trade route Intercoastal trade route Source: Marvin Perry et al., Western Civilization: Ideas, Politics & Society, Houghton Mifflin, 2000 (adapted)

3 Source: Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala, Nueva Coronica Y Buen Gobierno, Biblioteca Ayacucho

4 Vladiv ostock Ur als Mos cow Moj aisk Smol ensk War saw Berlin Source: Leslie Gilbert Illingworth, January 22, 1942 (adapted)

5 Source: Auth, The Philadelphia Inquirer, 2002 (adapted)

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7 European Colonization in 1913 W N S E Source: Les Rowntree et al., Diversity Amid Globalization, Prentice Hall (adapted)

8 below and on your knowledge of social studies. Source: Kime, O Donnell and Osborne, World Studies: Global Issues and Assessments, N & N Publishing 30 In the view of this cartoonist, Russia under

9 AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN EMPIRE 0 Miles 100 AUSTRIA ITALY HUNGARY 0 Miles 100 ROMANIA Adriatic Sea ITALY BOSNIA Sarajevo MONTENEGRO ALBANIA Belgrade SERBIA ROMANIA BULGARIA OTTOMAN EMPIRE ITALY Adriatic Sea YUGOSLAVIA Belgrade Sarajevo ALBANIA BULGARIA TURKEY Ionian Sea GREECE Aegean Sea Ionian Sea GREECE Aegean Sea Source: The New York Times on the Web (adapted) 30 Based on information shown in these maps, the change in the Balkan states between

10 The Meeting Will Now Come To Order Source: D. R. Fitzpatrick, St. Louis Post-Dispatch (adapted)

11 Source: Rollin Kirby, March 28, 1919 (adapted)

12 1978 Camp David Accords are signed 1987 PLO begins the first Intifada 2004 Israel destroys suspected weapons workshop in Gaza 1973 Egypt attacks Israel on Yom Kippur 1982 Israel invades Lebanon 1993 Rabin agrees to withdraw from Palestinian territory 37 Which conclusion can be drawn from this time line? (1) Israel withdrew from the Camp David Accords. (2) The Palestinian army is superior to the Israeli army. (3) Long-lasting peace in the Middle East has been difficult to achieve. (4) Neighboring countries have not been involved in the Arab-Israeli conflict.

13 BOSS of the UNIVERSE STEPPING STONES TO GLORY!!!!!??? DANZIG RHINELAND FORTIFICATION REARMAMENT Source: David Low, Evening Standard, July 8, 1936 (adapted)

14 38 What is the key idea of this cartoon? Source: Jack Ohman, The Portland Oregonian, December 2006

15 Invented in China 105 Paper 868 Oldest book printed Moveable type 1100 Compass 1161 Explosives Received in the West Compass 1423 Block printing 1330 Gunpowder Bible printed Source: China: A Teaching Workbook, Columbia University (adapted)

16 China, Russian RUSSIA British French Manchuria Japanese CHINA German Political borders MONGOLIA Huang He (Yellow R.) Peking (Beijing) Port Arthur (Rus.1898/Jap.1905) Mukden Tsingtao (Ger.) KOREA Seoul Weihaiwei (Gr. Britain) Sea of Japan Shanghai BRITISH Yangtze R. Hanoi Canton (Guangzhou) Formosa Kowloon Macao (Gr. Britain) (Portugal) Hong Kong(Gr. Britain) Kwangchow (France) Fukien Bay of Bengal FRENCH South China Sea PHILIPPINES Source: Historical Maps on File (adapted)

17 Source: Deng Coy Miel, The Straits Times, Singapore, from MindSparks, Highsmith, 1997

18 the main idea of this 2004 cartoon? Source: Dana Summers, Orlando Sentinel, 2004

19 Base your answer to question 5 on the photographs below and on your knowledge of social studies. Construction of the Hippodrome Compilation of the Justinian Code Rebuilding of the Hagia Sophia 5 The cultural contributions shown in these photographs were developed during the

20 Constantinople Source: Decameron Web, Brown University (adapted)

21 Which war is most closely associated with this cartoon? Source: Dr. Seuss, PM, February 27, 1942 (adapted)

22 U.S. China U.S.S.R. Britain India Yoo hoo! Look everybody! I ve got one too! Source: Bill Sanders, Milwaukee Journal, May 21, 1974 (adapted)

23 studies. Filthy Imperialist! Source: Emmwood, Daily Mail, September 23, 1963 (adapted)

24 Source: Jonathan Shapiro (Zapiro), Sowetan, 1994

25 Russian Economy Mother Russia Cartoonists & Writers Syndicate, Source: Brian Gable, The Globe and Mail, Toronto, Canada (adapted) The main idea of this 1990s cartoon is that Russia is

26 A European View Gold and Silver More Exports Fewer Imports Gold, Silver, Fur, Lumber, Food stuffs Mother Country s Treasury Balance of Trade FAVORABLE Mother Country Manufactured goods Colonies 41 Which policy is portrayed in this illustration?

27 below and on your knowledge of social studies. Source: Dana Summers, The Orlando Sentinel (adapted)

28 Silk Routes, c. 600 MONGOLIA Almalik Turfan to Europe to Arabia Samarkand Kashgar Khotan Tun-huang CHINA Ch ang-an Loyang Yellow Sea PERSIA Kandahar Amritsar TIBET Lhasa Foochow Tamralipti Hanoi- Haifong Arabian Sea INDIA Sada Bay of Bengal Temala Capital South City Major China town/city Sea Silk Road Source: Asian History on File, Facts on File, The Diagram Group (adapted)

29 Source: Jeff Koterba, Omaha World Herald, 2003 (adapted)

30 The Rhodes Colossus Source: Punch, 1892 (adapted)

31 United Exterminator Terrorism Source: John Trever, Albuquerque Journal, Sept (adapted)

32 Aztec Civilization (A.D to 1535) Inca Civilization (A.D to 1535) Source: Sue A. Kime, World Studies: Global Issues and Assessments, N & N Publishing, 1995 (adapted)

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