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European Nation-States in the Age of Mass Politics History 104 / March 18, 2013
“jingoism” We don't want to fight But, by jingo, if we do, We've got the ships, We've got the men, We've got the money, too. (Britain, ca. 1877)
Claude Monet (1840-1926) French patriotic festivities, 1878
A national trauma: France’s loss of Alsace-Lorraine, 1871
Commemorating national heroes: the statue of Emperor Wilhelm I in Koblenz (ca. 1897)
Integrative figures: Britain’s Queen Victoria (rules 1837-1903)
Integrative figures: Austria-Hungary’s Franz Josef (rules 1848-1916) Postcard and stamp commemorating the 60th year of his rule
Italy’s north-south problem: corruption and underdevelopment in the “Mezzogiorno”
What turned “peasants into Frenchmen”?
Major adjustments in Catholic teachings Pius IX Pope, 1846-1878
Bismarck’s fight against the Catholics in Germany, ca. 1871-76
Marx, Engels, and the International Working Men’s Association (1864)
The Paris Commune (1871)
Paris besieged by a French army
Germany’s anti- socialist law (1878; repealed 1890)
Chapter 25 Part III The Responsive National State, 1871 1914 And Marxism and the Socialist Movement.
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HW #38 Donald Sterrett 1/21/2007. Challenges faced by the New Italian Republic Cavour dies in 1861 and there are new divisions in the new Italy. Cavour.
Unification of Germany. Several other northern states united with Prussia Only three southern states remained outside Prussian control Bismarck, Wilhelm.
Mid-19c European Nationalism.
1848 Louis Napoleon is elected President of the Second French Republic with three times as many votes as the other four candidates combined. Why?
Nationalism The Unification of Germany and Italy.
Final 100 ???
The French Revolution and Napoleon. Napoleon Napoleon served in the army during the Revolution Napoleon served in the army during the Revolution In 1795.
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THE RESPONSIVE NATIONAL STATE, Eastview High School – AP European History * Ch25 – The Age of Nationalism ( ) Section 5 – The Responsive.
Why did World War One start? Revision of Long Term Causes.
Napoleon. Do Now Based on the Picture: - Compare Napoleon to another historical figure - People view of Napoleon.
Under Bismarck and Emp. Wilhelm II 1. Strongest state in Europe (25 states) Rapid industrialization Bismarck ( Chancellor!) Bismarck’s Kulturkampf:
Nationalism The Unification of European Nations Or The Road to World War One.
Napoleon: Chapter19, Part 3. That’s more like it!!!
A Struggle for World Domination. The Schlieffen Plan “Paris for lunch - St. Petersburg for dinner!”
The Long Road to War Pair Commune After its defeat in 1871 the French reestablished the monarchy. March 26, 1871 Radicals in Paris formed an.
Chapter 7-3 Napoleon Forges an Empire. Making a name for himself - He joined army of the new government at the start of the revolution. - He made a.
Unification of Italy and Germany. "The word 'Italy' is a geographical expression, a description which is useful shorthand, but has none of the political.
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Objective 4 Analyze the attempted peace settlements and discuss how and why the peace settlements failed.
Chapter 7-3 Napoleon Forges an Empire. Goals and objectives: Upon completion students should be able to: 1) Explain how Napoleon came to power. 2)
Foreign Policy of Washington and Adams Relations with England = getting worse o England wouldn't leave NW Territories (Treaty of Paris) o England also.
In this cartoon of 1935 in the British magazine Punch, Britain and France condemn Mussolini’s invasion of Abyssinia, but all they threaten is a memorandum.
First mistake: Continental System Napoleon sets up a blockade to prevent all trade between Europe and Great Britain Self sufficiency Led to smuggling.
From His Rise to His Fall Napoleon Bonaparte. UEQ and LEQ UEQ: How did the French Revolution change society, politics, and the economy in France? LEQ:
Napoleon. Napoleon becomes Emperor Economy –Effected taxation –National bank Education –Lycees – gov’t run public schools (male) –Merit over connections.
Unification Italian Unification 1852 King Victor Emmanuel II selected Count Camillo di Cavour as prime minister Cavour made an alliance.
FOCUS: German unification Mid-1800s
AUSTRIA-HUNGARY >earni>. Austria faced problems similar to Russia in 1800s – Numerous languages, cultures, no modern government – Feudal system still.
German Nationalism and the creation of united Germany.
Forces Uniting Germans: language reaction against Napoleon Zollverein (except Austria) traditions, customs, literature Forces Dividing Germans:
Queen Victoria And prince Albert 1837 Queen Victoria became Queen of Britain. When Queen Victoria was on the throne Britains mighty EMPIRE!!!!!!! Traveled.
This video clip shows some of the reasons why World War I occurred. While watching the video, write down the reasons why World War I began. Beginnings.
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Bellringer Consulate Nationalism. I Can… 1. Explain how Napoleon created nationalistic feelings in both the French people and his enemies.
German Unification. Step One – Economic Interdependence A gradual process of economic interdependence from the early stages of the Industrial Revolution.
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The Franco-Prussian War Background Four southern states remained independent and not part of the North German Confederation - Hesse-Darmstodt,
Italian Unification The Supremo Pizza of Nationalism.
1846 – Economic Problems lead to hardships ◦ Lower-middle class, workers, peasants Middle class wanted right to vote ◦ Gov’t refused to make changes.
The Age of Bismarck (1871—1890). German Empire Bismarck dominated European diplomacy Established an integrated political and economic structure for the.
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