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Modern Europe

Ideologies in Europe

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Europe from 1815-1850 ?Ideologies and Revolutions? Overview of the entire unit: Conservatism and the ?Age of Metternich? Congress of Vienna (1815) represented a temporary triumph for the old conservative order. This era of conservatism was best represented by the leadership and policies of Klemens Von Metternich. Napoleon was defeated and former rulers were restored to power. Bourbon Dynasty in France Pope in the papal states The victors at the congress of vienna wanted to prevent the new forces of liberalism and nationalism from disturbing the conservative order in Europe. Repression was used by conservatives in a number of cases to put down liberal or nationalist challenges.


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