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What does compulsory mean

It Means it "obligatory" or "mandatory.

Ex. It is complusory that you go to class

What did the Paris Commune demand

the Paris commune demanded higher wages, better working conditions and lower prices.

All the answerers.

Who was Alfred dreyfus

a Jewish officer in the French army

Who owned most Latin American land and controlled education

the catholic church

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What were Creoles Spanish settlers born in the Americas not allowed to do

They were not allowed to hold the very highest church or government offices.

After Latin American colonies became independent what became their first goal

establish a stable government

Which of these was the upper class of Latin American society

peninsulares

What was unique about Benjamin Disraeli

He was the first person of Jewish ancestry to be prime minister in Britain

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The National Assembly felt the Paris Commune was

Radical.

Who was allowed to vote by the 1875 constitution adopted by the National Assembly

All adult males were allowed to vote.

What did the improvements in France result in

General prosperity.

How many supporters of the Commune lost their lives in the Paris Commune battle

Between 6,000 and 7,000 confirmed, with estimates as high as 20,000

To pay for war damages to Germany what was France forced to give up

Alsace and Lorraine.

When the real traitor in the Dreyfus affair was discovered what did French officials do

refused to reopen the case

Evidence came to light in 1896-primarily through an investigation instigated by Georges Picquart, head of counter-espionage-identifying a French Army major named Ferdinand Walsin Esterhazy as the real culprit. After high-ranking military officials suppressed the new evidence, a military court unanimously acquitted Esterhazy after a trial lasting only two days.

In what year did the National Assembly adopt a constitution that allowed all adult males to vote

1875

The Reconstruction period of the Civil War filled southerners with which of these

bitterness!!!

The Third Republic had early problems because many people wanted

Many people wanted Monarchy

What name was given to reformers who believed in progress and wanted to work for it

progressives

What did the People's Charter of 1838 call for

The Charter of 1838 called for universal male suffrage, the pay of members of parliament and secret balloting in England.

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Which of these men was one of the top commanders of Northern troops

Ulysses S. Grant

Who succeeded Benito Juarez as president of Mexico

Porfirio Diaz (1830-1915)

Which of these groups composed about one third of the population of the southern states

slaves

What was the war between the United states and Mexico about

The Mexican-American War was about which country owns Texas.

Performed extensive research with bacteria and developed the process known as pasteurization

Louis Pasteur developed the process known as pasteurization.

Why was there much confusion During the Time of Troubles in Russia

A lack of leadership

How did the geography of Latin America affect the people

contact between countries was difficult

Why did they name New Mexico after Mexico if Mexico City is in the US and not in Mexico

You got it all wrong: Mexico City is in the country of Mexico, and it is the capital of such country. On the other hand, New Mexico was a territory of Mexico and was named in honor of such country.

New Mexico now is part of the United States because there was a war between Mexico and the United States from 1846 to 1848, and Mexico lost such war; as a result New Mexico became a territory of the United States and become a state in 1912.

What is the best definition of compulsory

"Compulsory" can mean obligatory or required. For example, "compulsory education". It can also mean "employing or exerting compulsion; coercive", or "compelling; necessary; essential".

How is Napoleon III related to Napoleon

Napoleon III was Napoleon I's nephew.

In the middle 1800s what countries did France not have a sphere of influence
After the United States defeated Mexico at war, what happened to almost half of the Mexican territory

it was given to the united states

What is a caudillo

strong military dictator

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