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- The rebalancing of power after Napoleon
- Conservative, nationalist, liberal & socialist idiologies
- Political reform in Europe
- Political and economic reform in Britain, Portugal and Spain
- The French Revolution of 1848
- European colonialism
1. Europe After Napoleon: Restoration & the Balance of Power
After the end of Napoleon's rule, Europe had to rebuild its societies, boundaries, and laws to avoid another greedy ruler. This lesson will explore how Napoleon was defeated and what steps were taken to regain stability in Europe, such as the Congress of Vienna.
2. Otto von Bismarck: Quotes & Biography
Otto von Bismarck was one of the great statesmen of the nineteenth-century. Bismarck, nicknamed the 'iron chancellor,' served as prime minister and the first chancellor of a unified Germany.
3. Competing Ideologies During the Restoration: Conservatism & Nationalism
Two competing ideologies during the Restoration in Europe during the 19th century were conservatism, which favored the rule of monarchies, and nationalism, whose followers favored the creation of ethnic nation-states. Compare and contrast nationalism and conservatism in Europe in the 1800s, explore examples of clashes, and discover the aim of the Congress of Vienna.
4. Otto von Bismarck: Accomplishments & Facts
Otto von Bismarck created a unified Germany from a series of states known as Prussia. Learn about the background of Germany, Bismarck's early life, his politics, and his accomplishments.
5. Competing Ideologies During the Restoration: Liberalism & Socialism
During the Restoration of the 19th century, liberalism and socialism competed for influence in Europe. Learn about these two ideologies and explore examples of how they influenced the economic, social, and political movements of the time.
6. Political Restoration and Reform in Europe
Political restoration and reform in Europe resulted in changes and adjustments made to prevent another ruler like Napoleon taking over. Learn about the Congress of Vienna, the German Confederation, and the impact on the Netherlands and France.
7. Revolutionary Movements of Portugal and Spain: Political & Economic Developments
The conflict between liberals and monarchies culminated in the revolutionary movements of Portugal and Spain in the 19th century. Explore the liberal revolutionary movements, the political and economic developments, and the role of the Napoleonic Wars.
8. Political & Economic Reform in 19th-century Britain
Britain's reform movements in the 19th century addressed the social changes and problems caused by the Industrial Revolution. Explore the social, labor, political, and economic reforms of 19th-century Britain.
9. The French Revolution of 1848: History, Causes & Events
The French Revolution of 1848 has an important history, with some causes that are essential to understand. In this lesson, look at the background of this revolution, followed by some important events in this revolution, including the king's exile, June Days, and Napoleon Bonaparte's emperorship.
10. Presidio: Definition, Components & History
Explore the history, construction, and use of the Spanish Presidio, and then test your knowledge of medieval history, warfare and Spanish colonialism of the New World.
11. The British Enclosure Movement: Definition & Overview
The British Enclosure Movement was a time when wealthy nobles controlled most of the land and prevented public use. Study the definition and overview of the British Enclosure Movement, and learn about communally-owned land before the enclosure.
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