HistoryNotes-1-31-06 - History Notes - 1/31/06 * The defeat...

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History Notes - 1/31/06 * The defeat of Napoleon prompted the Congress of Vienna * Alexander I - Proposal for a Holy Alliance - France and Great Britain do not join * Congress of Aix-La-Chapelle - 1818 * Slave Trade - Activity of the Barbary States * Congress of Troppau - 1820 * They set a constitution enforcing liberal principles * A clash over Tea-Cups - Metternich was able to bring Alexander I over to his side - Alexander I is a reactionary - * Metternich determined that liberalism or any revolutionary activity is a threat; it must be repressed * Protocol of Troppau - It stated that all European states should be protected from revolution by a collective, international action * Not everyone agreed - France and G.B did not accept the protocol of Troppau * The Gap between Eastern Europe and Western Europe was widening - will continue to widen * Congress of Verona --1822 * Alexander Ypsilanti - Greek soldier who served in the military against the Turks - he launches a national movement - Forms a revolutionary army - leads this army to Romania - Rally all
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course HIST-MASH AP Europea taught by Professor Achenbach during the Fall '06 term at Allegheny.

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