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Western Civ 02-22-08 - 3rd test DATES THAT ARE ON THE TEST...

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3 rd test p. 1 DATES THAT ARE ON THE TEST 1837-1901 Reign of queen Victoria 1814-1815 Congress of Vienna 1821-1830 Greek war of Revolution 1848 France began second Republic 1851 The Great Exibition - Prince Albert planned the fair to show all great inventions 1861 Unification of Italy 1867 Dual monarchy in Austria/Hungary 1867 Canada becomes independent 1871 Unification of Germany - under Emperor William the 1st 1875 France began third republic 02-21-08 Chapter 21 What happened to the countries in Europe that Napoleon had conquered? 1. They were a meeting of the leaders of the countries that had defeated napoleon. Met from Sept. 1814 - June 1815. A meeting to figure out how to keep France (Napoleon) from winning again. Vienna had Emperor Francis II and Prince Metternich, Emperor Alexander I of Russia, and King Frederick William III of Prussia. Foreign ministers Lord Castlereigh of Britain and Prince Talleyrand of France 2. The same as the Congress of Vienna - but a friendship that had formed from these men. They agreed to remain allies to keep peace in Europe after defeating Napoleon. They restored a man from the bourbon dynasty. King Louis XVIII to the throne of France. 3. Was the belief that you should put back on the throne whoever was there before Napoleon took over. Congress of Vienna only followed Principle of Legitimacy whenever it didn’t conflict with another Principle. Placed old king of Spain on the throne, returned France’s king. Honored in France and Spain but ignored in other places. 4. Poland’s king had little power which was not a strong nation so it was divided into thirds. 1/3 Russia, 1/3 Prussia, 1/3 Austria. To make those three strong countries even stronger and to deplete the weak country of Poland.
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3 rd test p. 2 5. They strengthened all the countries surrounding France. To the north was the Dutch Republic, the Austrian Netherlands - catholic and strong. These two countries were joined together into the Netherlands. Prussia gained land and became bigger. In the east 30 or so small German speaking countries were joined into the German confederacy. Enlarged Italian land, Piedmont Sardinia. which had territory from France. 6. Concert of Europe - (to work together with others) Same as quadruple Alliance. These countries agreed to have regular meetings to keep Napoleon out of power. 7. When France joined. This was after they had strengthened and Napoleon had stayed out of the country. 8. Is the belief that these powers had the right to send armies into other European countries to put down revolutions and restore legitimate monarchies. Naples and Spain tried to have a revolution and the Quintuple alliance sent in troops to stop them. Great Britain didn’t agreed with this. They said it was not right for this to happen. They weren’t sending troops into a country to stop new reforms from happening.
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