southern german states

Review for College Board Exam 09-10Review for College Board Exam 09-10
Dates- ends as Renaissance Starts- no fixed date- probably starts in mid 14th century Black Death in 1350  Petrarch mid 14th century  after 1st Hundred Years War- mid 14th to early 15th centuries  great schism end of the 14th century  mid
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Triumphs in Europe witness histc \Triumphs in Europe witness histc ' 100 audio
European leaders fought ruthlessly to create strong, unified nations. Under Otto von Bismarck, Germany emerged as Europe's most powerful empire—but at a considerable cost. In his 1870 diary, Crown Prince Friedrich wrote
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The Age of NationalismThe Age of Nationalism
December 1848 elections against General Cavaignac of June Days fame was probably due to the Napoleonic legend; another explanation stressed the fears of middle-class and peasant property owners in the face of the socialist challenge of urban
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Chapter 4, Section 3 For use with textbook pages 271-279 national unification and the national stateChapter 4, Section 3 For use with textbook pages 271-279 national unification and the national state
Students compare and contrast the Glorious Revolution of England, the American Revolution, and the French Revolution and their enduring effects worldwide on the political expectations for self-government and individual liberty
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Chapter 25: The Age of NationalismChapter 25: The Age of Nationalism
Why did the voters of France elect Louis Napoleon president in 1848? How did he manage to gain the position of emperor?
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Important steps to german unificationImportant steps to german unification
Napoleon's conquests destroyed the Holy Roman Empire (1806) and unified many western German states in his Confederation of the Rhine
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The Germanic StatesThe Germanic States
In the early 1800s present-day Germany was made up of many Germanic states or kingdoms
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