DME National Unification 2_13

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DME National Unification 2/13 16:05 Midterm notes Evaluating chronology and analysis of the history that we’ve studied Essays Making connections between, for example, the French revolution, the industrial  revolution, ideologies Studying Review textbook, compare with class notes Terms Haitian Revolution (1791-1803) Irish Rebellion (1798) Decembrist Revolt-Russia (1825) Greek Revolution (1821-1829) Revolutions of 1848 Risorgimento Papal States Piedmont Camilo de Cavour King Victor Emmanuel II Edgardo Mortara Napoleon III Giuseppe Garibaldi
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Otto von Bismarck Kaiser Wilhelm I Moving towards national identities Resembled a sense of ethnic identity Became a catalyst for national unification Examples Haiti Large French colony Built around slavery When the French revolution started, educated Haitians knew about and understood the  principles of the revolution These educated Haitians demanded the right to vote and for other political rights, in the  same vain as the French They were refused, and then repressed Slave Rebellion Under Toussaint Louverture, the slaves revolted in Haiti The slaves finally got their independence Haitian Republic became the second free republic in the Western Hemisphere, also  believed to be the first successful slave rebellion Ireland Rebellion began around 1791 Catholics and Protestants joined to create a society of United Irish Men Sought equality British undermine unity movement
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British created Fraternal organizations that were only available to Protestants This was a deliberate division, pitting the Catholics and Protestants against each other  Decembrist Uprising-1825 Lasted only one day Led by Russian Army Officers Wanted to remove the tsar, instill republican government Learned about these ideals when they drove the French back to France when Napoleon  tried to invade Russia
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