9 - July Revolution, (contd) % Charles calls out the troops...

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Territorial Settlements % Ensure balance of power % Kingdom of Netherlands as bulwark % Prussia given Rhineland and Ruhr Valley % Russia given portions of Poland Holy Alliance % September 1815 % Austria % Prussia % Russia % Repression of Revolution % Congress System Louis XVIII % Charter of 1814 % Guaranteed certain freedoms % Clemency % Respect property settlement % Divine right % Not a constitution % 2-house legislature % Limited suffrage % Opponents % Liberals % Ultras Charles X % Reactionary % Indemnity Bill, (1825) % National Guard disbanded % Failure to recognize Charter Charles X, (cont’d) % Principle of Ministerial Responsibility, (1827) % Dismissed Chamber of Deputies, (1829) % July Ordinances, (1830) % Censorship % Restricted franchise The July Revolution of 1830 % July 28-31, 1830 1
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% First protestors journalists % Sympathy strikes
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Unformatted text preview: July Revolution, (contd) % Charles calls out the troops % Troops refuse to fire on protestors % Charles flees for Britain % The Three Glorious Days Louis Philippe % Provisional government % Duke of Orleans % Conditions % Constitutional monarchy % The Citizen King The German Kingdoms % Boundaries did not correspond % No head of state % No common legal system % No common citizenship % Diet powerless The German Kingdoms, (contd) % Birth of nationalism in Prussia % Defeats at hands of Napoleon % Wars of Liberation % University students % Burschenschaften % Karl Sand, (1819) % Karlsbad Decrees % Censorship % Surveillance % Suppression of subversion % Office of investigation 2...
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