outline 6 Industrial Revolution

outline 6 Industrial Revolution - I. NAPOLEON (Transition)...

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I. NAPOLEON (Transition) a) Constitutional Republic: The Directory, 1795-1799 b) In 1803 Napoleon declares himself Emperor c) Napoleonic Wars 1804-1815 d) Napoleon helped develop the concepts of Nationalism and citizenship and re-ordered Europe e) Congress of Vienna (September 1814-June 9, 1815) (Restoration) f) Revolutions of 1848
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Louis XVIII Napoleon
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French domination helped to consolidate the area and sparked the first upsurge of German nationalism The number of independent and semi-independent German states had been around one thousand in 1792 (with between three and four hundred fully independent units). Twenty-five years later only a little over thirty remained.
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Napoleon's retreat from Moscow , painted by Adolph Northern in the 19th century
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I. Industrial Revolution a) Gender and family order transformed •Institution of Marriage weakened •Agricultural-based families become wage laborers •Values placed on male and female work change
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Guilds regulated marriage
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b ) Why did this process begin in England ? •Agricultural reforms between the1760s and 1850s
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2011 for the course HIS 393 taught by Professor John during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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outline 6 Industrial Revolution - I. NAPOLEON (Transition)...

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