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Unformatted text preview: 1-25-08History 2Europe 1815 to 1850 OverviewThe Congress of Vienna-Was a conference that brought together all the major powers of Europe that meet in Vienna-In session between November 1814 and June 1815-It was presided over by Klemens Wenzel von Mtternich of Austra-Congress would redraw the map of Europe and wanted to keep older conservative order in placePrince Metterinch-Advocate of the older order conservative interests of monarchy, he great power in congress-Diplomatic skills unmatched in congress-Widely praised to devotion to the conservative-Though liberal and others said that he was an advocate of oppressionRobert Stewart-He represented Britain at the Congress of Vienna-Engineered the Congress/Alliance system which called for European powers to come together every two years-Committed suicide on August 12, 1822Charles Marvrice de Talleyrand-Perigord-France was represented by him in Congress of Vienna-Won an invitation to the committee that dealt with France and was given voting rights...
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