Which countries comprised the Triple Entente?
A) France, Great Britain, and Russia
B) Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy
C) Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Russia
D) France, Great Britain, and the United States
Which of the following can be considered a social change that occurred between 1871 and 1914?
A) the passing of laws giving women the right to vote
B) the establishment of public school systems
C) the creation of a bill of rights for peasants in eastern European states
D) the founding of a social welfare system in Russia
Unlike Germany and France, Great Britain during the 1871-1914 period
A) was beset with violence at home.
B) saw the rise of militant socialist parties.
C) had more success reforming the living conditions of the poor.
D) witnessed the decline of its middle class.
The city that epitomized modernism during this period was