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LUCKY 100

1. Lutheran/Calvinist theology
2. nationalism (perhaps Romantic to realistic)
3. Renaissance humanism (v. Christian humanism)
4. Machiavelli
5. architecture/art
6. English Reformation and Henry VIII
7. Austro-Hungarian nationality problem (Dual Monarchy, pan-Slavism)
8. dynastic conflict in 16th century
9. National Socialist ideology
10. heliocentric v. geocentric view of universe
11. women's roles and how changed
12. Adam Smith and Liberalism
13. Revolutions of 1830 and 1848
14. French politics in 19th century
15. Spanish Civil War
16. Scientific Revolution/method
17. Council of Trent and Catholic Counter-Reformation
18. Edict of Nantes
19. Dutch Republic in 17th century
20. 16th century economic life
21. mercantilist theory
22. culture of 1920s
23. development and rise of Prussia
24. balance of power politics in 18th century
25. social life on eve of French Revolution
26. population and demographic development in any period
27. enlightened despots of 18th century
28. trade unions/anarchism/worker response in late 19th
29. Romanticism
30. Treaty of Versailles
31. Napoleon's empire and its impact
32. Reign of Terror and Robespierre
33. various treaties (esp. of 17th\18th centuries)
34. urban life in 19th century
35. Metternich and post-1815 diplomacy ("Concert of Europe")
36. German politics after 1871
37. French politics in 16th/17th centuries
38. accomplishments/actions of early French Revolution
39. literacy and spread of printing
40. social impact of Industrial Revolution
41. Peter the Great and his reforms
42. Oliver Cromwell and Puritan Revolution (& Stuart Restoration)
43. Marxist theory
44. wars of commerce in 17th/18th centuries
45. role of Vatican (esp. perhaps 19th century)
46. military/diplomatic events during/after WWI
47. examples/impact of imperialism on colony/colonizer
48. Louis XIV and divine right monarchy
49. rise of social welfare in late 19th century
50. French politics in 20th century (development of 3rd-5th Republics)
51. impact (esp. psychological) of WWI
52. rise/consolidation of Bolsheviks

53. policies of governments during Great Depression


54. Lenin's New Economic Policy (NEP)
55. Wilson's Fourteen Points
56. League of Nations and/or United Nations
57. rise and fall of Spain (15th-17th centuries)
58. comparison of various revolutions
59. rise and philosophy of fascism
60. science's and philosophy's challenge to Liberalism (late 19th/early 20th)
61. diplomacy of interwar (WWI-WWII) period
62. postwar (WWII) governments
63. Holocaust and/or Nazi racial policies
64. Stalin's economic and political actions to modernize USSR
65. de-Stalinization in USSR and Eastern bloc (after 1953)
66. existentialism
67. social conditions in postwar (WWII)
68. Second Vatican Council
69. Marshall Plan and other U.S. Cold War policies
70. revolts of Hungary (1956) and Czechslovakia (1968) v. USSR
71. Thomas Hobbes and John Locke (Treatises on Government)
72. territorial development of any of the major states (esp. Russia, Germany, France, AustriaHungary)
73. society in Renaissance Italy
74. religious wars of 16th/17th centuries (esp. Thirty Year's War)
75. Crimean War
76. rise of various nation-states in 15th/16th centuries
77. role of Hapsburgs (esp. in 16th/17th centuries)
78. response to Indust. Revolution in G.B. (e.g., Corn Laws, Luddites, Chartism)
79. Enlightenment philosophes (Voltaire, Montesquieu, Hume, etc.)
80. G.B.'s unique political development (Parliament)
81. early course of French Revolution
82. development of families in 19th century
83. Bismarck and unification of Germany (and perhaps Cavour)
84. opposition to French Revolution
85. women's rights and suffrage (19th/20th centuries)
86. Darwin and theory of evolution (and how applied later)
87. causes of Russian and/or French Revolutions
88. causes/development of Industrial Revolution (esp. in G.B.)
89. Sigmund Freud and his ideas on the irrational
90. method of control over colonies (imperialism)
91. impact of voyages of exploration (15th/16th centuries)
92. Congress of Vienna
93. important scientists (usu. Galileo, Newton, Copernicus, Einstein)
94. rise of Nazis and domestic policies
95. events leading up to WWII
96. Western economic integration after WWII
97. battles during WWII
98. comparision of totalitarian governments (Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini)
99. causes of WWI
100. practices and development of feudalism