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History 145 14 Nov 07

History 145 14 Nov 07 - February/March 1848"The Springtime...

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February/March 1848: “The Springtime of Peoples.” 14/11/2007 11:59:00 January Uprisings in Naples and Sicily Diet Sessions in Hungary and Prussia Banquet Campaign and Second Republic in France.  The Revolution Spreads March Revolution in Germany and Austria Both of the Revolutions were relatively moderate and surprisingly fast. Liberal people in power sharing it with conservatives One of the problems of the regimes was expansion of the French Revolution  and universal franchise. Contrary to the conservative look.  Social Divisions. Is another problem.  o Artisans.  Nationalism is a problem in Germany and Austria o A lot of territory and nationalities without distinct territories.  Outcome of the Initial Wave of Revolutions Both of the Revolutions were relatively moderate. 
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Unresolved Issues and Points of Conflict, March through December 1848 14/11/2007 11:59:00 Conflicts between Social and Political Demands The June Days in France Republican Insurgencies in Southern Germany National Unity and Self-Determination The Slavic Congress in Prague Conflict between Hungarians and Croats The Frankfurt Assembly and German Nationalism Resurgent Conservative Influence The Election of Louis-Napoleon in France Resurgence of the Habsburg Empire The King of Prussia declines German Empire. France
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