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Alfred Krupp The Krupp Works and The Founder of Modern Warfare
The House of Krupp
Alfred Krupp: The Early YearsBorn 1812 1830’s: Iron works 1840’s Spoon roller Improved steel The Zollverien
Alfred Krupp and The Unification of GermanySchelswig Wars Franco-Prussian War “The Cannon King”
The Franco Prussian War (1870)
Post German Unification: The Krupp Steel EmpireSteel Production Railroad Development Anti-Politics Social Welfare Reform International Weapons Dealer Family and work ethic Anti-Semitism Primogeniture
Krupp Family and primogenitureFrederich Krupp Alfred Krupp Friedrich Alfred Krupp Gustav Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach
Historical SignificanceEarly 1900’s and Otto Von Bismarck World War I The Interwar Years and “Wir machen Alles” World War II
The Krupps and the Nazis
Alfreid Krupp during the cold war
The Krupp Empire Today
Building a German Nation Nationalism Triumphs in Europe.
10.2. In 1871, Germany was the largest power in Europe. German industrialization developed rapidly Late 1800s, chemical and electrical industries.
Chapter 7 Nationalism Triumphs in Europe. annex: to add a territory to an existing state or country. Kaiser: emperor of Germany Realpolitik: realistic.
Nationalism Early 1800s to World War I. Nationalism A strong feeling of pride in and devotion to one’s country Can be compared to school spirit.
Building a German Nation
Nationalism Triumphs in Europe Italy, Germany & Russia.
Unification of Germany. Prussian Leadership The Congress of Vienna had created the German Confederation which consisted of 38 independent states. Prussia.
German Unification Justin SharpJustin Sharp Western CivilizationsWestern Civilizations Lesson 1Lesson 1.
Picture Quiz. To have an understanding of who the Germanic peoples are To know how the German state was founded To research two character profiles Early.
Before 1848, Germany was a confederation
European Nationalism. E.Q. 2: How did nationalism affect Europe? Key Terms: German Confederation, Otto von Bismarck, Wilhelm I, Kaiser, Second Reich,
BELL RINGER Read pp in GREEN BOOK APPARTS IT.
German Unification The Steps that led to Unification.
Nationalism Germany and Italy I can explain the unification of Germany and Italy.
Aim: How did Otto von Bismarck inspire nationalism and unite Germany? Do Now: Examine the map – What areas of Europe do you think are the weakest in 1848.
Nationalism Unification of Germany
German Unification under Bismarck Otto von Bismarck Junker class-aristocrat- Prussian Nationalist Believed in Prussian power Unite German states under.
NationalismUnification France’s Revolution in !848.
NEW UNIT: THE FORMATION OF MODERN EUROPE (AND THE WESTERN WORLD) GERMAN UNIFICATION FRIDAY APRIL 13, 2012 Vocab: 1. Nationalism 2. Otto Von Bismarck 3.
Key Terms – Nationalism and Unification
German Unification. HOW THIS BECOMES THIS OTTO VON BISMARCK WILHELM I.
Unification of Germany
Chapter 10 Nationalism Triumphs in Europe Essential Question: What effects did nationalism and the demand for reform have in Europe?
Homework N-5 due tomorrow. Aim #7: What were the goals of Prussian Chancellor Otto Von Bismarck? Do Now: Whose contributions were most significant in.
FOCUS: German unification Mid-1800s
Europe Pre-1850 Napoleon Bonaparte Napoleonic Wars ( ) Congress of Vienna, Preservation of power/monarchy The Legacy of the Congress...
Nation-States & Imperialism I.Intro II.Nation-States A.Background B.Germany III.Imperialism A.Africa & Asia B.US IV.Conc. Key Terms Cavour Garibaldi Kaiser.
Key Historical Impacts on Twentieth Century History.
German Unification Bismarck.
German Unification Otto von Bismarck
The Unification of Germany. What is nationalism? 1.Devotion and love for one’s country. 2.The desire for national independence felt by people under foreign.
Strengthening Germany Chapter 23 Section 2
Binds people with similar: Language, history, religion, beliefs, geographic locations Can lead to formation of nation-states.
Nationalism in... Austria, Italy, & Germany Austrian Empire The Austrian Empire was a collection of many diverse nationalities, languages, and religions.
Objectives Identify several events that promoted German unity during the early 1800s. Explain how Bismarck unified Germany. Analyze the basic political.
Unifications of Italy and Germany Q: What does unification mean? Unification = become one Q: If this is about Italy becoming one and Germany becoming.
Nationalism The Unification of European Nations Or The Road to World War One.
Chapter 25 The Age of Nationalism, 1850–1914. Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.25 | 2 Napoleon III in France The Second Republic.
The Unification of Italy and Germany 1850s-1870s.
E. Napp The Unification of Italy and Germany In this lesson, students will be able to identify the actions of the following individuals as well as define.
Bellwork: Review: What is unification?
THE RISE OF NATIONALISM IN EUROPE. Moving Towards German Unification The German Confederation was a weak alliance formed at the Congress of Vienna. Otto.
German Unification and Meiji Restoration
Today's Agenda Announcements Questions Lecture Assessment.
The Unification of Germany. Key Terms Prussia and Austria Principalities Confederation of the Rhine Wilhelm I Otto von Bismarck Denmark’s Schleswig and.
In 19th Century Europe: part 1
World History Review of People. Catholic Church 7. B 8. G 9. D 10. A 11. C 12. F 13. E.
Nationalist Revolutions Sweep the West
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