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The south traded much of their cotton to Great Britain. In return, the south would receive British goods. But British goods would cost more with high tariffs added to them. This made the value of their cotton as a trading item worth less
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The French RevolutionThe French Revolution
After a Reign of Terror bled France, Napoleon Bonaparte took over the country and ruled as a military dictator. Napoleon’s thirst for an Empire eventually led to his downfall, as overexpansion and war losses led twice to his exile
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The german unification, 1815-1870The german unification, 1815-1870
Confederation under the presidency of Austria. There was a widespread movement for closer unity in 1848, a movement resisted by Austria
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What causes booms? Alan Freeman, London metropolitan University NoteWhat causes booms? Alan Freeman, London metropolitan University Note
This is a draft; in particular, the data in it are to be updated. Please do not cite or reproduce these data, or the charts based on them, prior to the final version. Stylized facts are extremely difficult to reign in
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The Congress of Vienna, 1814-1815The Congress of Vienna, 1814-1815
The rise of Napoleon and his subsequent conquests of the European states had upset the social order and the political system of the pre-Revolutionary days
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The Congress of Vienna The First Treaty of Paris (May 1814)The Congress of Vienna The First Treaty of Paris (May 1814)
Under the terms of the first Treaty of Paris, France lost all of its conquests of the revolutionary and Napoleonic periods but was permitted to retain its frontiers of 1792. France regained almost all of its colonies and was not required to pay
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Y4 a new balance of power in Europe. The Congress of Vienna 1814-15Y4 a new balance of power in Europe. The Congress of Vienna 1814-15
The Congress of Vienna was a conference between ambassadors, from the major powers in Europe
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PH indicators [acc: indicatorsPH indicators [acc: indicators
A-li-za-rine yellow, methyl violet, methyl orange, methyl red, brom-thy-mol blue, phenolphthalein [fee-nol-thay-leen]. Ftp, these are all used in what capacity in the laboratory?
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The Western Heritage, 8th edition, by Kagan, Ozment, and Turner Chapter 20—The Age of Napoleon and Romanticism IntroductionThe Western Heritage, 8th edition, by Kagan, Ozment, and Turner Chapter 20—The Age of Napoleon and Romanticism Introduction
After the Great Fear, even peasants were property owners. They were now property owners and looked for stability. Only the army could provide it
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The “Era of Good Feelings”The “Era of Good Feelings”
What did each president during this time seek to achieve? How did they attempt to make this happen?
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Brad Strouse Humanities IIBrad Strouse Humanities II
Congress of Vienna, Europe was able to control France in the post Napoleonic era and maintain a balance of power in Europe for nearly 40 years. 2 I will also discuss additional subsequent institutions similar to that of the Congress of
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World History Semester 2 Final Study GuideWorld History Semester 2 Final Study Guide
Copernicus, Brahe, Kepler, Galileo, Newton, Jansen, Van Leeuwenhoek, Torricelli, Fahrenheit, Celsius, Vesalius, Jenner, Boyle
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Under the shadow of stalin and hitler (world war II and the fate of the european nations, 1939-1941) Summary introductionUnder the shadow of stalin and hitler (world war II and the fate of the european nations, 1939-1941) Summary introduction
Under the shadow of stalin and hitler (world war II and the fate of the european nations, 1939-1941)
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