Lecture 25 France And Imperial Russia

Lecture 25 France - Johannes Brahms(1833-1897 Symphony No 1 in C minor Op 68(first performance 1876 Nation States at Mid-Century France and

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Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) Symphony No 1 in C minor, Op 68 (first performance, 1876)
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Nation States at Mid-Century: France and Imperial Russia (with a token nod to Great Britain)
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The Crimean War, 1854-6 Treaty of Paris, March 1856
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France Napoleon III (1852-1870) Realpolitik in action
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Great Britain: The age of equipoise Great Industrial Exhibition, 1851
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Continued industrial innovation Agriculture: High farming 2 nd reform Act, 1867; secret ballot, 1872 Education Act, 1870
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Russia Absolutism Serfdom
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The Background Peter the Great (1689-1725): Crazy, piggish, influenced by British culture Catherine the Great (1762-96): Read and corresponded with the French philosophes , “Enlightened Despot”, extended serfdom and dealt harshly with them, expanded the empire, but still overwhelmingly rural/agricultural [Paul I (1796-1801)] Alexander I (1801-25): reared in Catherine’s court, appeared Enlightened, relaxed censorship, freed political prisoners. Became increasingly reactionary as he became more religious/mystical.
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Lecture 25 France - Johannes Brahms(1833-1897 Symphony No 1 in C minor Op 68(first performance 1876 Nation States at Mid-Century France and

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