History 040W- 2-29-2008

History 040W- 2-29-2008 - o Piedmont-Sardinia given to...

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History 040W 2/29/2008 Restoration and Romanticism - The Congress of Vienna (1815) o A world restored? o Territorial changes Kingdom of the Netherlands Prussia takes up the “watch on the Rhine”—so France couldn’t expand Piedmont-Sardinia Kongresowka (Congress Poland) o The Hundred Days o The Holy Alliance and the Quadruple Alliance o Napoleon exiled to Elba (island of the coast of Italy) Escaped Elba and marched into France (100 days)— then exiled to St. Helens o Restoration was intended to lessen French influence/strength o Kingdom of the Netherlands—William of Orange Sweet, orange carrot created Northeastern front
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Unformatted text preview: o Piedmont-Sardinia given to Italy Southeastern front o The Holy Alliance and the Quadruple Alliance Russia, Prussia, Austria, Great Britain Defeated Napoleon Stability, legitimacy, if change were to happen stability must be secured-The Restoration: The Congress System and its Challenges o Legitimacy challenged by nationalism 1820: Spanish and Italian Revolts • Liberation of Spanish America-Emergence of the “Eastern Question” o 1804 and 1815: Serbian Rebellion o 1821: Greek Independence War-Threat to the powers? The Decembrists in Russia (1825)...
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2010 for the course HIST 040W taught by Professor Hughagnew during the Spring '08 term at GWU.

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