L30 - French Revolution (1789) Concert of Europe (1815)...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Key Terms (note: last few slides French Revolution (1789) Concert of Europe (1815) (Modern) Nationalism Popular sovereignty Self-determination Nation, state, nation-state Multinational states Multi-state nations Otto von Bismarck
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Last time 1648-1789 Calm period characterized by elitist absolutist monarchies and limited wars This begin to change in late 1700s – two sets of revolutions – political and economic Revolutions that would change Europe and international politics and lead the world down the road to total war and the horrors of WW I and II
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Today, 1789-1914: The “long” 19th Cent Story of coming together of two forces Modern nationalism + industrialism From tranquility to total war
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Begins with the French Revolution Revolution (1789) Est of Republic (1792) Levee en Masse (1793) Rise of Napoleon (1799) Napoleonic Wars (1803-1815) Concert of Europe (1815)
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Lasting Significance of French Rev The FR marked the emergence of modern nationalism Though FR crushed and Monarchy restored, ideas of FR were now out there – would spread and transform European politics and International Relations
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1. Psychological (sense of ethnic identity and sense of connection with
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2011 for the course POL 130 taught by Professor Simonelli during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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L30 - French Revolution (1789) Concert of Europe (1815)...

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