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Otto von Bismarck & German unificationOtto von Bismarck & German unification
Prussian Government invited other north German States to enter into a fresh "Erfurt" union on the basis of a new Constitution to be that accepted by the Frankfurt Parliament of 1848, but altered so far as might be found necessary
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1. The German Confederation, 1815-481. The German Confederation, 1815-48
What were the forces for change (which made unification more likely) from 1815-48?
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Ap chapter 21 test bankAp chapter 21 test bank
It subjected workers and their families to low wages, long working days, and oppressive
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Higher History: Course HandbookHigher History: Course Handbook
Welcome to the Higher History course. Over the coming year you will build up your historical knowledge, increase your understanding of world events and Scotland’s place within the world and
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An evaluation of the reasons for the growth of nationalism in Germany, 1815-1850 Issues CoveredAn evaluation of the reasons for the growth of nationalism in Germany, 1815-1850 Issues Covered
Political nationalism The German Confederation, French Revolution/Napoleonic wars (military weakness of individual states), student societies, 1848 revolution
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