Lecture 22 The Revolutions of 1848

Lecture 22 The Revolutions of 1848 - Frankfurt assembly...

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Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) Nabucco ‘Va, pensiero’ (Chorus of the Hebrew slaves) Milan, Teatro alla Scala, 9 March 1842
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The Revolutions of 1848
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Two themes The contention between the forces of liberalism and nationalism The struggle of various nationalities (esp. within the Austrian empire) to gain autonomy
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France after 1814 Restoration of the Bourbon monarchy Louis XVIII (1814-24) Charles X (1824-30)
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July Revolution, 1830 Duke of Orleans, Louis-Philippe (1830-48) Revolution of 1848 Banquets, 1847-8 Louis Blanc: national workshops
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European repercussions
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Hungary Louis Kossuth
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Prussia Frederick William IV
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Unformatted text preview: Frankfurt assembly Austria Metternich Italy Sicily Lombardy Venetia Piedmont (Charles Albert) Results France June Days Second Republic Louis Napoleon Bonaparte Emperor Napoleon (1852) Austrian empire Emperor Ferdinand I (1835-48) Francis Joseph (1848-1916) Explanations for failure Class Nationality/ethnicity Example : Austria Hungary (Magyars) Slovenes, Croats, Serbs Power politics, not popular politics Gains made Eradication of the feudal system A degree of liberty: the unlimited faculty to acquire...
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