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Italian Unification

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NAME _____________________________ Mod ____ Ms. Pojer EHAP HGHS Italian Unification ? Document Packet Document 1 Questions: 1. In what ways does this speech appeal particularly to workers? 2. What was Mazzini asking the workers to do? 3. Why does Mazzini believe that 'the map of Europe will be re-drawn'? 4. In what ways would you use this historical document in writing about the rise of Italian nationalism? Yours first duties?first as regards importance?are, as I have already told you, towards Humanity. You are men before you are either citizens or fathers. Embrace the whole human family in your affection. Bear witness to your belief in the Unity of that family, consequent upon the Unity of God, and in that fraternity

What Is a Nation? Territories, States, and Citizens, 1848–1871

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Kinberg, Nicholas Michael Chakmakian AP European History 23 May 2015 Chapter 11 Outline Territories, States, Citizens, 1848 ? 1871 3/13/1848, Klemens von Metternich was forced toresign as minister of state His system of internat'l relations, stability was guaranteed by reinforcing legit. Of rulers against reform, was swept aside by liberalism Fled England; French king was overthrown in 2/1848 Regime change, expo., econ., citizenship were issues in 1848 Nationalismwas based on assumption that gov?t?s could be legit. Only if they reflected char., history, customs of nation 1789-1848, Euros associated nat?l?ism with liberalism

From Restoration to Revolution, 1815–1848

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Kinberg, Nicholas Michael Chakmakian AP European History 19 May 2015 Chapter 10 Outline Restoration to Revolution, 1815 ? 1848 Expo. Of informed public cont'd. Wordcitizenwascontroversial in aftermath of French Revolution Liberalism's ideas, =ity before law, freedom of expression, consent of gov'd., were threat to Euro rulers, especially with nat'l'ism Republicans called for universal male suffrage/end to monarchy Socialists disturbed by in=ities produced in market econ. Argued that political reform wasn't enough; to socialists, justice was possible with reordering of society that distributed prop. =ly; 1815-48, no revolution succeeded Romanticism broke with Classicism/formalityof 18thart Romantics prized subjectivity, feeling, spontaneity

The French Revolution

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Kinberg, Nicholas Michael Chakmakian AP European History 14 May 2015 Chapter 8 Outline French Revolution Parisians attacked Bastille on 7/14/1789; revolt was support for Nat'l Assembly Rep?s.declared toend to absolutism in France by writing constitution that made nation sovereign authority Actions of revolutionaries were of anger at king's soldiers, feared might attack Gov. of Bastille prison attacked revolutionaries, killing

Absolutism and Empire, 1660–1789

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Kinberg, Nicholas Michael Chakmakian AP European History 9 May 2015 Chapter 5 Outline Absolutism/Empire, 1660-1789 South-central France known as Auvergne in 1660s, marquis of Canillac had reputation Had right to collect taxes on special occasions, insisted that small privileges be converted into tributes; housed 12 accomplices in castle that he called apostles Imprisoned those who resisted/forced families to buy freedom Marquis might've gotten away; 1662, ran up against king Louis SIV, determined to demo. Power of monarch;Marquis was brought on charges before special court of judges from Paris, found guilty/forced to pay fine King confiscated prop./had marquis' castle destroyed Louis XIV's special court in Auvergne heard 1k civil cases over 4 months in 1662

AP EURO NOTES

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AP Euro Notes Sec 22-1 pp.666-684 Nalani Story The France of Napoleon III Napoleon III taught his contemporaries how authoritarian gov?ts could use liberal & nationalistic forces to bolster their own power Louis Napoleon: Toward the Second Empire Many contemporaries dismissed ?Napoleon the Small? as a nonentity who?s success due only to his name However he= smart, clever, patient Used troops to seize control of gov?t on Dec 1, 1851 Restored universal male suffrage Asked French people to restructure the gov?t by electing him president for 10 yrs 7.5 mil yes vs. 640,000 No Nov 21, 1852= Louis Nap asked for restoration of empire 97%=yes Dec 2, 1852, Louis Nap= assumed title of Napoleon II 2nd empire=begun The Second Napoleonic Empire

German Unification Powerpoint

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German Unification The search for a German identity began in earnest after the end of the Napoleonic Wars. Herder?s concept of ?Volkgeist? and the rise of the Burschenshaft and Gymnasiums spread this idea throughout the German states rapidly, leading to repression by Metternich. ?????????????????????? Originally German fraternities, the Burschenshaft encouraged dueling and other martial arts (shooting) to synthesize growing nationalist feeling with a ?sense of honor.? Germans began seeking links to a historical past, while rejecting influences that diluted or compromised their own national culture or spirit. These included folk traditions and pre-Christian German mythology, then undergoing a renewal under the influence of the Romantic Movement.

Napoleon Bio

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Palmer Chapter 10 1 Napoleonic Europe X. Napoleonic Europe pp. 417-452 The impact of France under Napoleon on Europe was based on military subjugation. Some peoples worked with Napoleon to gain changes; in other cases, resistance to Napoleon was the factor that brought change. The period from 1792-1814 was not a world war, but a series of short, sharp, distinct episodes; only Great Britain remained at war for the full period, and only in 1813 was there full cooperation in the field against Napoleon. The period is complicated by the continuation of past stories: Britain?s economic growth, Russian pressure on Poland and Turkey, Prussia?s push for German leadership, and Austrian dreams of territorial expansion. In

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