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1848: Year of Revolution 1848 – Revolution Sweeps across Continental Europe – old order in retreat – turning point in European history? 1848 Revolutions: - July Monarchy overthrown, Second Republic established in France - Frankfurt Assembly meets in Germany - national claims made by various peoples within empires of Central Europe Old Order strikes back:
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Unformatted text preview: -splits between moderate liberals and more radical elements (e.g. “June Days” in Paris)-competing nationalisms emerge (e.g. Germans vs. Poles and Czechs)-armies remain loyal to Old Order 1849 – Old Order mostly restored across Europe 1851 – Louis Napoleon, President, proclaims himself Napoleon III and establishes Second Empire in France...
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