1848 in Europe

1848 in Europe

CHALLENGES TO THE CONGRESS OF VIENNA 1820s: Revolts in Poland, Italyall UNSUCCESSFUL Belgium, Greece = Successful and supported by CoV

Another French Revolution??? YES. 1830s France erupts in Revolution AGAIN. Essential Questions to answer in this lecture

How was the French Revolution of 1830 a challenge to conservatives and the CoV? What isms were in conflict in this revolution? France: The Restoration

Era (1815-1830) Louis XVIII (r. 1814-1824)

Constitutional Charter King Charles X of France (r. 1824-1830) To the Barricades

Revolution, Again!! Louis Philippe The Citizen King (r. 1830-1848) CONGRESS OF VIENNA 1815

RESPONSE TO CONGRESS OF VIENNA 1820s revolts Greece, German States, Russia (Decembrists), Italian States, also some in Spain. Independence of Latin American colonies from Spain/Portugal 1830 France: the French get rid of Charles X and crown

Louis Phillipe the liberal King Belgian indedpendence, Polish uprising (crushed by Russia) 1848 LOTS of revolutionary activity: France, German States, ALL OVER the Austrian Empire (we will focus on Hungary and Vienna)

1848 in Europe the big earthquake France sneezes and Europe catches a cold Shortly after the 1830 Revolution in France,

French writer Victor Hugo wrote that he yet again heard "the dull sound of revolution, still deep down in the earth, pushing out under every kingdom in Europe." The center of this underground activity was in Paris, and in 1848 that "subterranean" sound that Hugo heard

exploded above ground in France and then in nearly every part of Europe. Essential Questions for 1848 How are these revolutions the same? How are they different? (see Ms. Greenbergs excellent

cartoon) What isms are in conflict in these revolutions? Are they successful challenges to the CoV? Immediate Causes: The Hungry Forties

CASE STUDY #1: FRANCE Again???? YES. The February Revolution

February 1848 New French Government Liberals vs. Socialists Louis Blanc, prominent socialist,

calls for workshops for the working class Socialist Experiment: French Workshops

June Days: To the Barricades Again! Next in Line? Yes.another Napoleon The pattern of 1848 Revolutions

Your job: Look at Ms. Greenbergs wonderful cartoon. Explain to the person next to you how it fits the pattern. Use specific facts to illustrate the general pattern.

1848 in the Austrian Empire and the German States. Read BOTH descriptions of 1848 in Austria and 1848 in Prussia. Take notes on the one you are assigned (Austria or Prussia) on your chart on Assignement #4

With your group of four a)Discuss the details of each one and fill in the chart for the one you havent written about yet. b)Clarify how it fits the pattern of 1848 revolutions (Ms. Greenbergs cartoon).

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