The Post-Napoleonic Order

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Unformatted text preview: The Post-Napoleonic Order 1815-1832 Objective To understand European order after the Napoleonic Wars To understand concepts of Nationalism and Liberalism To understand how each country tries to face the challenges of Nationalism and Liberalism The Congress of Vienna Established Congress System Goal to prevent further revolutions Legitimism Faced two problems: Nationalism and Liberalism Europe after 1815 The Challenge of Nationalism Germany Italy German Confederation Italy in 1815 The Challenge of Nationalism Austria Russia Britain Austrian Empire in 1815 Russian Empire The Challenge of Liberalism Liberalism Conservatism The Legacy of the French Revolution Romantic Movement Literature Art Music Romantic Movement Romantic Movement The Legacy of Napoleon German nationalism The role of history G.W.F. Hegel (1770-1831) The Conservatives Strike Back Austria Klemens von Metternich Prussia The Conservatives Strike Back The Carlsbad Decrees Student movement in Germany Censorship imposed The Conservatives Strike Back Russia Decembrist Revolt (1825) Polish Revolt (1830) Kingdom of Poland The Conservatives Strike Back France Restoration of Bourbons Charter Political instability The Conservatives Strike Back Britain Unrest among workers and farmers Combination Acts Peterloo Massacre Peterloo Massacre...
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