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Congress of Europe Undone. 1830-1870. Revolution of 1830. Charles X 1824-1830 Unpopular with the French people Compensation to nobles for lost land Rumored to be a Jesuit 1829 Poor harvest 1829-1830 Harsh winter. Revolution of 1830.

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Congress of europe undone

Congress of Europe Undone

1830-1870


Revolution of 1830

Revolution of 1830

  • Charles X 1824-1830

  • Unpopular with the French people

  • Compensation to nobles for lost land

  • Rumored to be a Jesuit

  • 1829 Poor harvest

  • 1829-1830 Harsh winter


Revolution of 18301

Revolution of 1830

  • Spring of 1830 the elections went against the royalist causing Charles X to dismiss the government

  • July 26-29 the Three Glorious Days

  • Troops fail to break into the city of Paris

  • Charles X abdicated in favor of Louis-Philippe


Louis philippe

July Monarch

Unpopular

180 assassination attempts

Working class conditions did not improve

Revolts in 1832 & 1836

Secret societies

Louis-Philippe


Congress of europe undone

1848

  • Year of widespread revolts and revolutions

  • Failure of the Frankfurt Assembly to unify Germany; largely due to Austrian interference

  • Franz Joseph came to power

  • Hungary granted almost complete self rule

  • Revolution in France

  • Failed uprising in Italy against Austrian control


Napoleon iii

Distant relative of Napoleon Bonaparte

1840 led a revolt in Bologna with 60 men; spent 6 years in prison

1848 Louis Philippe abdicated in favor of his son

Second Republic created in Nov. of 1848

Napoleon III


Napoleon iii1

Napoleon III

  • Louis Napoleon was elected president with 75% of the vote

  • Popular with the people

  • Dec. 1, 1851 seized power after the National Assembly refused to allow him to stand for re-election

  • Dec. 2 held a referendum to determine if the empire should be re-established

  • 97% of the vote said yes

  • Dec. 5 became Napoleon III


Napoleon iii2

Napoleon III

  • Controlled the army, police, and civil service

  • First 5 years a success

  • Remodeled Paris

  • 1860 legalized labor unions and the right to strike


Crimean war 1853 1856

1853 Russia demanded a protectorate over Christian shrines in Palestine.

Moldavia and Wallachia invaded.

March 28, 1853 Britain and France declared war on Russia.

Crimean War 1853-1856


Crimean war

Crimean War

  • Siege of Sevastopol 1854-1855

  • Treaty of Paris March 1856.

  • Russia gave up Bessarabia, Black Sea demilitarized, M&W placed under protection of all 5 powers.

  • Congress of Europe ended.

  • Austria and Russia became bitter enemies.

  • Russia and Britain withdrew from continental affairs.


Queen victoria

Victorian Age

High point of the British Empire both culturally and politically

Mostly of German decent

9 children and 42 grandchildren

Wilhelm II of Germany was her oldest grandchild

Queen Victoria


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