Nationalism and Revolution 1750-1900 [AP WORLD HISTORY] Unit 5 Topic 2
More from Heimler's History:Get the AP World History ULTIMATE REVIEW PACKET: https://www.ultimatereviewpacket.com/courses/world-historySupport Heimler's History on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/heimlershistoryAP Essay CRAM Course: https://heimlershistory.com/coursesInstagram: @heimlers_historyFor more videos on Unit 5, check out the playlist: https://bit.ly/37TO62RIn this video Heimler walks through the major revolutions going on in the world from 1750-1900. Nearly all of them were inspired by Enlightenment thoughts like natural rights and the social contract. Starting with the American Revolution, the former British colonies fought the empire and wine their independence. The French were inspired by the Americans and launched the French Revolution in 1789. The Haitian Revolution came on the heels of the French Revolution and was the first successful slave rebellion against a European empire. The British also fought with the Maori in New Zealand, but in this case the British won. And finally under the leadership of Simon Bolivar, there was a revolution in Latin America. And also drinking from the cup of nationalism was the fight for Italian Unification and German Unification. In sum, a great time had by all. Everything in the video outlines Unit 5 Topic 2 of AP World History.If you have any questions, leave them below and Heimler will answer forthwithly.