102-7 - Restoration and Revolution

102-7 - Restoration and Revolution - - 1832 Great Reform...

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Restoration and Revolution Restoration: - Congress of Europe (1815) – Count Metternich Concert of Europe (Congress System) – aim to restore old order + maintain status quo - Pressures on status quo : 1) liberalism; 2) radicalism; 3) nationalism; 4) romanticism Revolution: - 1823 – revolution in Spain (1820-23) put down by French - 1825 – attempted coup by liberal Russian army officers (Decembrists) suppressed - 1830 – revolution across Europe – France; Poland; Italy; Spain; Portugal; parts of Germany; - Holland – crushed except in France (1830-48) a constitutional monarchy, ‘July Monarchy’, under King Louis Philippe
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Unformatted text preview: - 1832 Great Reform Bill in Britain- 1830s-40s continued unrest e.g. Chartism in Britain 1848 revolution across Europe France becomes republic; Frankfurt Assembly meets in Germany; national claims made by various peoples within Central Europe 1848-49 Old Order strikes back, aided by: 1) splits between liberals and radicals (e.g. June Days in Paris); 2) competing nationalisms (e.g. Germans vs. Poles) 3) loyalty of armies 1851 President Louis Napoleon proclaims himself Napoleon III of Second Empire...
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