Global History Regents Topics

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All the topics you need to know for the global history regents.

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Global History Regents Topics
1 Ancient World: Civilizations and Religion (4000 BC- 500 AD)
1.1 Early People & the Neolithic Revolution
1.2 Religions & Philosophies
1.3 Rise & Fall of Great Empires
1.4 African Trading Kingdoms
2 Expanding Zones of Exchange and Encounter (500 – 1200)
2.1 Gupta Empire
2.2 Tang Dynasty
2.3 Byzantine Empire
2.4 Spread of Islam
2.5 Medieval Europe
3 Global Interactions (1200 – 1650)
3.1 Feudal Japan
3.2 Mongol Empire
3.3 European Renaissance
3.4 Reformation & Counter Reformation
3.5 Age of Exploration
4 The First Global Age (1450 – 1770)
4.1 Ottoman Empire
4.2 Ming Dynasty
4.3 Global Absolutism
5 Age of Revolutions (1750 – 1914)
5.1 Scientific Revolution
5.2 European Enlightenment
5.3 French Revolution
5.4 Latin American Independence
5.5 Reaction to Revolution
5.6 Global Nationalism
5.7 Industrial Revolution
5.8 Meiji Restoration
5.9 Imperialism
6 Crisis and Achievement (1900 – 1945)
6.1 WWI
6.2 Russian Revolution
6.3 Between World Wars
6.4 WWII
7 The 20th Century Since 1945
7.1 Cold War
7.2 Chinese Communist Revolution
7.3 Colonial Independence / Collapse of Imperialism
7.4 Conflict in the Middle East
7.5 Apartheid in South Africa
7.6 Collapse of Communism
7.7 Political Unrest in Latin America
7.8 Post-Cold War “Hot Spots”
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