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Whatever happened to the first Defenestration of Prague? How many Napoleons are too many Napoleons? Why does Shmoop remain convinced that Winston Churchill jokes are the best jokes ever? Uncover all these mysteries and more in our guide to AP European History.

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Specifically designed for mastering the AP European History exam. Learn why it's a terrible idea to start a land war in Russia in the middle of winter (yes, Napoleon, we're looking at you), why Czechoslovakia is no longer Czechoslovakia, and why starting a new church might be the most melodramatic response ever to a bad marriage.

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  • Colonialism and Imperialism

  • Domestic and Foreign Policies

  • Ideologies

  • Modern States

  • Nationalism

  • Political Parties

  • Political Persecution

  • Political Rights and Liberties

  • Protest, Reform, and Revolution

  • Treaties and Diplomacy

  • War and Civil Conflict

  • Agriculture

  • Commercialism and Mass Production

  • Demographics

  • Economic Markets

  • Gender Roles

  • Industrialization

  • Private and State Roles in Economics

  • Sanitation and Health Care

  • Social Attitudes

  • Social Structure, Wealth, and Poverty

  • Urbanization

  • Changes in Elite and Popular Culture

  • Changes in Religious Thought

  • Cultural Secularization

  • Impact of Global Expansion

  • Intellectual and Cultural Developments

  • Literacy, Education, and Communication

  • New Intellectualism

  • Scientific and Technological Developments

  • Social, Economic, and Political Thought

  • Trends in Literature and Art

  • And a lot more!

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