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England. Corn Laws benefitted wealthy landowners; liberals were furious, but could do little to change these laws. England. The Six Acts prevented mass meetings and freedom of the press. Greece. Ypsilanti led the people in this country in revolts against their Ottoman overlords. Greece.

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England
England

  • Corn Laws benefitted wealthy landowners; liberals were furious, but could do little to change these laws.


England1
England

  • The Six Acts prevented mass meetings and freedom of the press


Greece
Greece

  • Ypsilanti led the people in this country in revolts against their Ottoman overlords


Greece1
Greece

  • Russia, Britain, and France installed a German prince as king of this newly independent country in 1832.


France
France

  • Charles X tried to roll back the Constitutional Charter and establish himself as an absolute ruler.


France austria and prussia
France, Austria, and Prussia

  • This ended with a strong man in power—a person who did not share power with other governing bodies very well.


Prussia
Prussia

  • The Austrians and a war with Denmark (over Schleswig and Holstein) prevented this country from unifying in the 1850s


Prussia1
Prussia

  • The Frankfurt Assembly attempted (unsuccessfully in the 1850s) to unite separate states in this confederation


Prussia2
Prussia

  • Established an economic union (the Zollverein) of 17 German states which eliminated internal tariffs and set the tone for greater union in the future


France1
France

  • During the revolution, to address the problem of unemployment, workshops were organized for men interested in construction work. Officials also set up workshops for women when they felt they were excluded.


France2
France

  • It ended theconstitutional monarchy of Louis-Philippe, and led to the creation of the French Second Republic. 


  • Led by well-educated students and intellectuals,theydemanded national unity, freedom of the press, andfreedom of assembly. The uprisings were not well coordinated, but had in common a rejection of traditional, autocratic political structures.

  • The middle-class and working-class components of the Revolution split, and in the end, the conservative aristocracy defeated it (William IV), forcing many liberals into exile.


Prussia3
Prussia

  • Preoccupation with a war over Schleswig and Holstein prevented unification here.


Austria
Austria

  • The empire, ruled from Vienna, included

  • Hungarians, Slovenes, Poles, Czechs, Croats, Slovaks, Ukrainians/Ruthenians, Romanians, Serbs and Italians, all of whom attempted in the course of the revolution to either achieve autonomy, independence, or even hegemony over other nationalities.


Great britain and france
Great Britain and France

  • Limited male suffrage existed wherein a small portion of those in the nation could vote


Hungary austria
Hungary/Austria

  • Louis Kossuth led Magyrs (or Hungarians) to fight for their independence


Great britain
Great Britain

  • Internal unrest in this country was relatively mild compared to other countries during the 1830s and 1840s


Ireland
Ireland

  • The Great Famine shattered population growth in this country after the 1840s.


Great britain1
Great Britain

  • The Corn Laws were repealed when pressure came from the Irish Potato Famine


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Great Britain

  • The Reform Bill of 1832 increased suffrage from 6-12% of males


France3
France

  • A leader in this country tried to take his country to war with Algeria to divert attention from domestic problems


France4
France

  • Students and workers in this country wanted to overthrow their “bourgeois monarch” when he would not pursue voting reforms


France5
France

  • When National workshops were disbanded in this country, workers took to the streets with barricades and the army crushed the revolt. These were called “The June Days.”


Austria1
Austria

  • Once the monarch abolished serfdom here, the lower classes lost interest in the revolution.


Prussia4
Prussia

  • Frederick William disbanded the constituent assembly here and granted a conservative constitution


Germany
Germany

  • This country failed to unite in 1850.


France6
France

  • The July Revolution in this country caused Charles X to flee and for his cousin to rule in his stead


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France

  • Delacroix’s painting of Liberty Leading the People is about a revolution (1830) in this country


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