Chapter 21 reaction, revolution, and romanticismChapter 21 reaction, revolution, and romanticism
Britain, Austria, Russia, and Prussia. Its guiding principle was “legitimacy,” or monarchical government, to be maintained by a balance of power. A new German Confederation replaced the Holy Roman Empire
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Europe after NapoleonEurope after Napoleon
I fell in the spring of 1814. The allied powers—the United Kingdom, Russia, the Austrian Empire, and Prussia—invaded France and placed Louis XVIII, brother of executed Louis XVI, on the French throne
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Era of Good Feelings 1817-1825Era of Good Feelings 1817-1825
This term was coined by a newspaper writer while following Monroe on his 1817 inspection tour of military bases
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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 lesson planWorld history lesson plan
Radford, J. L. (1986). World History. Quezon City, Philippines: Phoenix Publishing House
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Chapter 20: The Conservative Order and the Challenges of Reform OutlineChapter 20: The Conservative Order and the Challenges of Reform Outline
The Congress of Vienna—which effectively ended the Napoleonic Era—was followed by a decade in which conservative political forces controlled virtually all of Europe
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Conflict ResearchConflict Research
French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars, which became the precursor of the growth of nationalism throughout Europe. There was global integration at one level through capitalism, and at another level
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George WashingtonGeorge Washington
Everything President Washington did set a precedent for later American Presidents. Which area of presidential precedent have historians determined to be his most significant precedent?
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354. Macon�s Bill N354. Macon�s Bill N
American trade. It was difficult to enforce because it was opposed by merchants and everyone else whose livelihood depended upon international trade. It also hurt the national economy, so it was replaced by the Non-Intercourse Act
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1. Mayflower Compact 1620 The first agreement for self-government in America. It was signed by the 41 men on the1. Mayflower Compact 1620 The first agreement for self-government in America. It was signed by the 41 men on the
The first agreement for self-government in America. It was signed by the 41 men on the Mayflower and set up a government for the Plymouth colony
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