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Mometrix’s free, comprehensive video library covers a wide range of topics, including the following: 1920’s, 19th Century Politics, Absolute Monarchs, American Civilizations, Anti-Colonial Struggles, Civil War, Declaration of Independence, Globalization, Native Americans, Reconstruction, Second Industrial Revolution, Monroe Doctrine, The Civil War, The Cold War, The Middle Ages, World War I, World War II and more. These videos are general reviews of topics, concepts and ideas within the history subject and are part of Mometrix’s directory of study materials and resources. These resources also include study guides, flashcards and practice questions designed to give you the tips, hints and examination information you need to succeed on test day.

1920’s19th Century Politics: Britain19th Century Politics: France19th Century Politics: Italy19th Century Politics: Russia19th-Century Politics: GermanyAbsolute Monarchs: An OverviewAbsolute Monarchs: EnglandAbsolute Monarchs: FranceAbsolute Monarchs: GermanyAbsolute Monarchs: RussiaActions the First and Second Continental Congress TookAge of EnlightenmentAge of ExplorationAmerican Civilizations: Early CulturesAmerican Civilizations: The MayasAmerican ImperialismAmerican Imperialism: The Treaty of PortsmouthAncient EgyptAncient GreeceAndrew Carnegie and the Steel IndustryAndrew Jackson – Key Events and Major IssuesAndrew Jackson as PresidentAnti-Colonial Struggles: Central and South AmericaArticles of ConfederationCauses of the Civil WarCauses of the Great DepressionChinese Immigration in the 1800’s | The Gilded AgeChristopher ColumbusClassical LiberalismDeclaration of IndependenceDrafting the ConstitutionDred ScottEarly Mesopotamia: The BabyloniansEarly Mesopotamia: The JewsEuropean AlliancesEuropean Colonization of the AmericasFamily Life and Education in the Southern ColoniesFeudalism in the Middle AgesFrederick the Great in PrussiaGlobalizationGlobalization: First, Second, and Third World NationsGlobalization: The Middle EastHistorical AuthorsHistorical NationalismHolocaustHow Did the Cold War End?How does Chronology Work?Indian Removal ActIndustrializationIslamJames K. Polk as PresidentJamestownJefferson and the Spoils SystemJohn Adams as PresidentJohn Quincy Adams as PresidentJohn Tyler as PresidentKarl MarxLife in the New England ColoniesLincoln and the Secession of Southern StatesLouisiana PurchaseMajor Battles of the Civil WarMajor Native American Regional GroupsManifest DestinyMarbury v. Madison | Supreme Court Case ReviewMartin Luther and the ReformationMeeting of the Estates General | French Revolution ReviewNational Assembly of the French RevolutionNationalism?North vs. SouthOpinions About the War of 1812Outcome of World War IOverview of the Civil WarOverview of the War of 1812Pinckney’s Treaty (1795)Politics and Religion in the Southern ColoniesPuritansReconstructionRobert E. LeeRole of Native Americans in WartimeSecond Industrial Revolution: Standard Oil CompanySecond Industrial Revolution: The American Railroad SystemSocial LiberalismSocialismSpanish Government in the 1500sSuccess of Cities – Why Do Some Cities Flourish More Than Others?Susan B. Anthony, Robert Lafollette, and W.E.B. DuBois | Leaders of ReformThe 13 ColoniesThe Adams-Onís TreatyThe Alien and Sedition ActsThe American Colonies’ Frustration with BritainThe American Revolutionary WarThe Black DeathThe Boxer RebellionThe Civil War: The Emancipation ProclamationThe Climate of North AmericaThe Counter-ReformationThe Economy and Society of the PuritansThe Election of 1800The Election of 1828The End of the Middle AgesThe English Colony of VirginiaThe Founding FathersThe French and Indian WarsThe French Revolution: Napoleon BonaparteThe Gilded Age: An OverviewThe Great AwakeningThe Holy Roman EmpireThe Industrial RevolutionThe Islamic EmpireThe Kansas-Nebraska ActThe Land in North AmericaThe Martin Van Buren PresidencyThe Massachusetts Bay ColonyThe Mayflower CompactThe Mesolithic PeriodThe Mexican-American WarThe Middle AgesThe Missouri CompromiseThe Monroe DoctrineThe New England ConfederationThe Opium WarThe Plantation SystemThe Progressive EraThe ProtestantsThe Punic WarsThe Purpose of the Lewis and Clark ExpeditionThe RenaissanceThe Roman Republic: Part OneThe Roman Republic: Part TwoThe Scientific RevolutionThe Southern ColoniesThe SumeriansThe Wilmot ProvisoThree Branches of GovernmentTrade in the Middle AgesTriangular TradeU.S. Government and Native Americans 19th CenturyWhat Was the Most Important Result of the Second Industrial Revolution?Women’s Rights Movement in AmericaWoodrow Wilson’s 14 PointsWorld War I OverviewWorld War II Overview

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