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1 Warm Up Answer the following questions based on the map, Revolutions in Europe, 1848 (p. 594): a. Which revolution site lies closest to the 40 degrees N latitude line? b. Which island has the southernmost revolution location? c. Name two sites of revolution in France. d. Name the kingdom located in southern Italy.

2 Essential Question How did liberalism impact the revolutions of 1848? How did liberalism impact the revolutions of 1848?

3 Reaction and Revolution

4 Old Order After the defeat of Napoleon, European leaders tried to restore the old order After the defeat of Napoleon, European leaders tried to restore the old order

5 Congress of Vienna Great Britain Great Britain Austria Austria Prussia Prussia Russia Russia

6 Congress of Vienna Met in Sept. 1814 Met in Sept. 1814 Led by Prince Klemens von Metternich (Austria) Led by Prince Klemens von Metternich (Austria)

7 Congress of Vienna Principle of legitimacy Principle of legitimacy Monarchs of royal families who ruled before Napoleon would have their thrones returned Monarchs of royal families who ruled before Napoleon would have their thrones returned

8 Congress of Vienna Tried to balance the map of Europe so no one country became too powerful Tried to balance the map of Europe so no one country became too powerful

9 Conservative Rule Against revolutions Against revolutions Favored obedience to political rulers Favored obedience to political rulers Based on tradition and stability Based on tradition and stability

10 Principle of Intervention Great powers had the right to send armies into countries where there were revolutions Great powers had the right to send armies into countries where there were revolutions Goal = restore the monarchy Goal = restore the monarchy

11 Forces for Change in Europe Liberalism Liberalism Nationalism Nationalism

12 Liberalism People should be as free from government restraint as possible People should be as free from government restraint as possible Protection of natural rights/civil liberties – guaranteed by a written document Protection of natural rights/civil liberties – guaranteed by a written document

13 Liberalism Favored government by a constitution Favored government by a constitution Believed only men who owned property should have a right to vote Believed only men who owned property should have a right to vote

14 Nationalism Nation = community with common traditions, languages, customs Nation = community with common traditions, languages, customs People owe loyalty to the nation rather than the dynasty People owe loyalty to the nation rather than the dynasty

15 Revolutions Beginning in 1830, conservative power in Europe began to break down Beginning in 1830, conservative power in Europe began to break down

16 Belgium Broke with the Dutch Republic Broke with the Dutch Republic Became its own state in 1815 Became its own state in 1815

17 France 1848 – monarchy overthrown in another revolution 1848 – monarchy overthrown in another revolution Set up a republic Set up a republic Universal male suffrage – all men can vote Universal male suffrage – all men can vote

18 France 1848 – first president elected 1848 – first president elected Charles Louis Napoleon Bonaparte (nephew) Charles Louis Napoleon Bonaparte (nephew)

19 German Confederation 38 independent German states 38 independent German states Prussia and Austria were the strongest Prussia and Austria were the strongest

20 Austrian Empire Led by a Hapsburg emperor Led by a Hapsburg emperor Many small revolutions, crushed by the army Many small revolutions, crushed by the army


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