Final Study Guide - PART A...

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PART A: Adolf Hitler becomes chancellor of Germany 1933 Edict of Nantes 1598 Execution of Charles 1 1649 The Frankfurt Assembly convenes 1848 The Franco-Prussian war begins 1870 Germany Signs the treaty of Versaille 1919 Soviet troops liberate Auschwitz 1945 Napoleon’s coronation as the emperor of France 1804 The storming of the Bastille 1789 The wall street crash ushers in the great depression 1929 Dates in Order Edict of Nantes 1598 Execution of Charles I 1649 Storming of the Bastille 1789 Napoleon’s Coronation as the emperor of France 1804 Frankfurt Assembly 1848 Franco-Prussian War 1870 Germany signs the Treaty of Versailles 1919 The Wall Street Crash ushers in the Great Depression 1929 Adolf Hitler becomes chancellor of Germany 1933 Soviet troops liberate Auschwitz 1945
The beginning of the end -Lmao 2016 PART B: Why nationalism emerged during the French Revolutionary era? Before the French Revolution people of Europe were united by their duty to serve the king, but after the French Revolution occurred, the people no longer had this union. They were now united as citizens, who were devoted to the culture of their nation. Nationalism gave the people a sense of obligation to one another. Between 1830 and 1848, citizens demanded a more organized constitution and distributed political power, but only the elite could share power with the king. Basically, if citizens were poor, they were unable to vote. SOO they made the: The National assembly was created (after the Estates General) which brought three houses together allowing every individual to vote instead of one vote per house. People identified with their respective estates, rather than the nation Nationalism provided the citizens with stability of power and the “ Declaration of Rights of Man and Citizens” The french armies united by nationalism and fought for their nation, with troops who gained their military status from merit. (A new attitude for war-- the united nation motivated people to fight with personal interest.) The Rights of Man was published in 1791- defended the French Revolution and became a motto for the people. lesson of the French Revolution: a unified nation is a strong one France: the demand is for an expansion of the existing constitution’s provisions. Army victories got France How it contributed to the downfall of the Napoleonic armies? Nationalism united the countries Napoleon was fighting to unite under Europe. But when the countries resisted French culture and policies, this jeopardized his plan and sparked nationalism within the resisting countries themselves. The other countries wanted their own unification. This lead to the formation of larger armies and Guerilla warfare in other countries.

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