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Revolutions in the German and Italian States, and in the Habsburg Empire Revolutions in the German States Revolutions in the German States Prussia Saxony Wurttemberg Hanover Bavaria National Unification Revolution in Prussia Revolution in Prussia Economic and social problems Frederick William IV David Hensemann
Riots against grain dealers Constituent Assembly Assembly Dissolved King’s Constitution Friedrich Wilhelm IV Friedrich Wilhelm IV Frankfurt Parliament Frankfurt Parliament Declaration of the Basic Rights of the German People Constitution of United Germany Kleindeutsch vs. Grossdeutsch “Crown from the gutter”
Austria Frankfurt Parliament, 184849 Frankfurt Parliament, 184849 Frankfurt am Main Paulskirche Frankfurt am Main Paulskirche St. Paul's Revolutions in the Italian States Revolutions in the Italian States Charles Albrecht of Piedmont Sardinia War with Austria Pellegrino Rossi Pope Pius IX Political Radicalism Roman Republic Giuseppe Mazzini Victor Emmanuel France Giuseppe Garribaldi Pellegrino Pellegrino Rossi Pope Pius IX Pope Pius IX Revolutions in the AustroHungarian Revolutions in the AustroHungarian (Habsburg) Empire Vienna Uprising Louis Kossuth Magyar Nationalism Hungarian Diet Innsbruck Metternich resigned Emancipation of Serfs
Serf uprisings Louis Kossuth Louis Kossuth Revolutions in the AustroHungarian Revolutions in the AustroHungarian (Habsburg) Empire: Magyar revolt Revolts in Budapest Slavic Nationalism Transylvania and Croatia Count Joseph Jellachich Revolutions in the AustroHungarian Revolutions in the AustroHungarian (Habsburg) Empire: Czech Revolt Uprisings in Prague Issue of Autonomy Bohemia and Moravia PanSlavic Congress Riots in Prague Alfred Windischgraetz Bohemia and Moravia Bohemia and Moravia Legacy of 1848 Revolutions Legacy of 1848 Revolutions Middle Class’s Turn to Conservatism ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2010 for the course HIST 1020 taught by Professor Gorshkov during the Spring '08 term at Auburn University.
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