AP European History Premium Flashcard Book with CD



Perfect for individual, classroom, or group study. 

500 Must-Know AP European History Questions & Answers
Chronologically and thematically organized, our AP European History flashcards are a quick way to familiarize yourself ...

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Perfect for individual, classroom, or group study. 

500 Must-Know AP European History Questions & Answers
Chronologically and thematically organized, our AP European History flashcards are a quick way to familiarize yourself with every topic on the AP European History exam, from the Renaissance through present-day events.

Perfect for Self-Study & Quick Review
Test yourself and study at your own pace. Write your answer to an AP European History question in the space provided, then flip the page to compare your answer to the correct one.

Convenient Format
Our AP European History flashcards are bound in a handy book that makes studying easy. This convenient, portable format lets you take the book with you and study AP European History anywhere, without worrying about hundreds of loose cards. It’s an excellent way to refresh your knowledge and check your test-readiness before the AP European exam.

Premium Edition CD Includes:
4 Test-readiness AP European History Quizzes
– to challenge your subject knowledge
6 European History Quick-Study Charts – provide vital information at your fingertips
Timeline of European History – summarizes major events

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780738605081
  • Publisher: Research & Education Association
  • Publication date: 1/30/2009
  • Series: Advanced Placement (AP) Test Preparation
  • Edition description: First
  • Pages: 576
  • Sales rank: 358,053
  • Age range: 17 - 18 Years
  • Product dimensions: 6.42 (w) x 8.32 (h) x 1.24 (d)

Meet the Author

Mark Bach has been teaching European History since 1983 and is currently an online instructor for AP® History at Apex Learning in Seattle, Washington.

Mr. Bach has trained teachers all over the United States and is a faculty consultant for the College Board. He has presented at AP® National Conferences over the years and is an AP® Reader in both U.S. History and World History.

Mr. Bach received his B.A. in History, German and Religion from St. Olaf College in Minnesota and his M.A. from Michigan State University. He has studied in Israel, Germany and the United Kingdom.

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A Note from the Author  

Purchasing this book means you have undertaken the challenge of studying AP European History and taking the AP European History exam. I congratulate you on this decision. It shows you are not afraid to work hard and learn about the world around you. AP History courses give you a taste of college level work and academic expectations. Experiencing these more rigorous standards now will prepare you well for what comes next in your education.  

AP exams cover a lot of material, which can be an overwhelming experience. You will not be expected to know everything, but you will be challenged to demonstrate your knowledge of trends in the human experience.  

This book is purposely designed to give you practice with the multiple-choice section of the AP European History exam. The more you practice these questions and answers, the greater your confidence will be when taking the exam. Study the questions and answers in this book to review and expand your knowledge of European history.  

AP European History is a college survey course and divides history into three main categories:  

1. Intellectual and Cultural History covers ideologies, the arts and religious trends;

2. Political and Diplomatic History has to do with political movements, international relations and wars; 

3. Social and Economic History deal with industrialization, social structures and class hierarchies. 

Based on my experience as an AP History teacher, this book gives you a broad sampling of the types of questions you will see on the test. I wish you well on the exam, and hope that your understanding of the 21st century will be enhanced by what you learn in your AP course. Our lives connect with the past constantly—we have to know how to see the connections. 

Best of luck with your studies and the exam!  
Mark Bach 
About This Book   
REA’s unique Flashcard Book features questions and answers to help you study for the Advanced Placement European History Exam. This book is designed to fit conveniently into your study schedule for AP European History. You’ll find it’s an especially effective study tool when paired with REA’s Best Test Preparation for the AP European History, our celebrated comprehensive review and practice-exam book.  

This handy volume is filled with 500 must-study AP European History questions and detailed answers. The questions are chronologically ordered and cover all topics found on the AP European History exam from the Renaissance to the present. The full index makes it easy to look up a particular subject and review a specific historical time period.  

Unlike most flashcards that come loose in a box, these flashcards are bound in an easy-to-use, organized book. This innovative Flashcard Book lets you write your answer to a question on the front of the card, and then compare it to the answer on the back of the card. REA’s flashcards are a great way to boost your test-readiness and are perfect for studying on the go.  

This Flashcard Book has been carefully developed with REA’s customary concern for excellence. We believe you will find it an outstanding addition to your AP European History prep.  

      Larry B. Kling
      Chief Editor


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Table of Contents

Table of Contents  
(Numbers refer to Flashcard Question Numbers) 
Premodern Foundations (1300 – 1450)... 1–50  

Early Modern History (1451 – 1688)... 51–175  

The Age of Revolution (1689 – 1789)... 176–250  

The Industrial Revolution (1790 – 1914)... 251–375 

Contemporary Europe (1915 – Present)... 376–500 

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