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Chapter 17: Appendix B- World History, Volume 2, from 1400- Maps and Timelines

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    Chapter 1: Understanding the Past

    • The Whole World Figure 1.1

    Chapter 2: Exchange in East Asia and the Indian Ocean

    • Locator Map: Exchange in East Asia and the Indian Ocean Figure 2.3
    • The Sultanate of Gujarat Figure 2.7
    • The Maratha Empire Figure 2.10
    • The Treaty of Tordesillas Figure 2.11
    • The “India Run” Figure 2.12
    • The Malacca Sultanate Figure 2.14
    • The Banda Islands Figure 2.16
    • East Asian Societies Figure 2.18

    Chapter 3: Early Modern Africa and the Wider World

    • Locator Map: Early Modern Africa and the Wider World Figure 3.3
    • Trans-Saharan Trade Routes Figure 3.4
    • West African Trade Routes Figure 3.6
    • The Spread of Islam Figure 3.7
    • The Mali Empire Figure 3.8
    • West Africa's Early Empires Figure 3.11
    • City-States of the Indian Ocean Trade Figure 3.15
    • Sofala and Its Environs Figure 3.17
    • Trans-Saharan Trade Figure 3.20
    • Kanem-Bornu Figure 3.21
    • The Slave Coast Figure 3.24

    Chapter 4: The Islamic World

    • Locator Map: The Islamic World Figure 4.3
    • Muslim Trade Routes Figure 4.6
    • Piri Reis’s Map of the World Figure 4.9
    • Area of Ottoman Control Figure 4.11
    • The Safavid Empire Figure 4.19

    Chapter 5: Foundations of the Atlantic World

    • Locator Map: Foundations of the Atlantic World Figure 5.3
    • North America as Seen by the Norse Figure 5.6
    • The Voyages of Columbus Figure 5.10
    • Treaty of Tordesillas Figure 5.13
    • Europe’s Footprint in the Americas Figure 5.18
    • The Triangular Trade Figure 5.20

    Chapter 6: Colonization and Economic Expansion

    • Spain’s Colonies Figure 6.4
    • English Settlements Figure 6.7
    • Dutch and French Settlements Figure 6.9
    • The Seven Years’ War Figure 6.10
    • Key Battles Figure 6.11
    • Allies in Europe Figure 6.12
    • Britain’s Growing Control in India Figure 6.13
    • China’s Grand Canal Figure 6.15
    • Colonization in Africa Figure 6.17

    Chapter 7: Revolutions in Europe and North America

    • Locator Map: Revolutions in Europe and North America Figure 7.3
    • Proclamation Line of 1763 Figure 7.11
    • The Island of Hispaniola Figure 7.14
    • The Kingdom of Italy Figure 7.15
    • Germany Unified Figure 7.16

    Chapter 8: Revolutions in Latin America

    • Locator Map: Revolutions in Latin America Figure 8.3
    • Spanish Possessions in the Americas Figure 8.6
    • Transition to Independence Figure 8.15

    Chapter 9: Expansion in the Industrial Age

    • Locator Map: Expansion in the Industrial Age Figure 9.3
    • The Creation of Manitoba Figure 9.7
    • Egypt Under the Rule of Muhammad Ali’s Family Figure 9.11
    • The Taiping Rebellion Figure 9.13
    • Colonial Africa Figure 9.16
    • Italy’s Claims in Africa Figure 9.19
    • Cecil Rhodes Figure 9.20
    • The Fashoda Incident Figure 9.21
    • The Great Game Figure 9.22
    • Japan’s Empire Figure 9.23

    Chapter 11:The War to End All Wars

    • Locator Map: The War to End All Wars Figure 11.3
    • The Kaiser’s View of Germany Figure 11.4
    • German Colonies in 1914 Figure 11.5
    • The Ottoman Empire, 1300–1920 Figure 11.7
    • Ethnic Groups in Austria-Hungary Figure 11.8
    • The Balkans before the War Figure 11.9
    • Allegiances in World War I Figure 11.11
    • The Ill-Fated Gallipoli Campaign Figure 11.14
    • Sykes-Picot Agreement Figure 11.15
    • Treaty of Brest-Litovsk Figure 11.20

    Chapter 12: The Interwar Period

    • Redrawing Europe Figure 12.5
    • The USSR Figure 12.8
    • The Mandate System Figure 12.14
    • German Colonies in Asia Figure 12.15
    • Colonial Africa Figure 12.16
    • A Disputed Client State Figure 12.20

    Chapter 13: The Causes and Consequences of World War II

    • Locator Map: The Causes and Consequences of World War II Figure 13.3
    • A Disputed Territory Figure 13.4
    • The Sudetenland Figure 13.5
    • Access to the Sea Figure 13.8
    • Operation Barbarossa Figure 13.10
    • Japan in the Pacific Theater Figure 13.12
    • Japan in Southeast Asia Figure 13.13
    • The Enforcement of U.S. Executive Order 9066 Figure 13.15

    Chapter 14: Cold War Conflicts

    • Locator Map: Cold War Conflicts Figure 14.3
    • The Cold War in Europe Figure 14.6
    • The Korean War Begins Figure 14.9
    • The Geneva Accords Figure 14.10
    • UN Partition Plan for Palestine Figure 14.13

    Chapter 15: The Contemporary World and Ongoing Challenges

    • The European Union Figure 15.3
    • North American Free Trade Agreement Figure 15.4
    • Association of Southeast Asian Nations Figure 15.5
    • The Egyptian Revolution Figure 15.19
    • El Salvador’s Civil War Figure 15.29
    • The Global North and the Global South Figure 15.34

    Timelines in Volume 2, from 1400

    • Timeline: Exchange in East Asia and the Indian Ocean Figure 2.2
    • Timeline: Early Modern Africa and the Wider World Figure 3.2
    • Timeline: The Islamic World Figure 4.2
    • Timeline: Foundations of the Atlantic World Figure 5.2
    • Timeline: Colonization and Economic Expansion Figure 6.2
    • Timeline: Revolutions in Europe and North America Figure 7.2
    • Timeline: Revolutions in Latin America Figure 8.2
    • Timeline: Expansion in the Industrial Age Figure 9.2
    • Timeline: Life and Labor in the Industrial World Figure 10.2
    • Timeline: The War to End All Wars Figure 11.2
    • Timeline: The Interwar Period Figure 12.2
    • Timeline: The Causes and Consequences of World War II Figure 13.2
    • Timeline: Cold War Conflicts Figure 14.2
    • Timeline: The Contemporary World and Ongoing Challenges Figure 15.2

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