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HIST 2124 Part Three

by: Morgan Routman

HIST 2124 Part Three HIST 2124

Morgan Routman
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19th-Century Europe
Zimmerman, A

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Date Created: 10/13/15
HIST 2124 Part 3 10142015 American Civil War An International Revolution Part 1 0 France 0 1848 Revolution June Days 0 3 Revs in one Primal liberal socialist 0 June 1848 workers took to barricades against the Republic Temporarily took control and the government turned to Algeria to help quell them a General LouisEugene Cavaignac Figured out how to get through barricades June Days Massacre n Turning point in the history of socialism a Class doesn t determine political views a Executions and exiles France returned to a Republican government in February and elected Louis Napolean to lead a 1852 Republic becomes the 2nOI Empire 0 Germany 0 German Confederation after 1815 o 1848 Revolution Wanted to unify German States a This would mean overthrowing 39 governments Same three revolutions as in France March a Rose up to establish provisional governments n States would integrate liberals into the governments to quell the revolutions March Ministry n Agreed to allow representatives to be elected and sent to Frankfurt n Allowed to discuss revising a constitution March 1849 n Frankfurt Delegates drafted a uni ed constitution Gave the Prussian King the crown 0 He denied it quotcrown from the gutterquot o Disagreed with constitutional monarchy This broke up the liberal phase of the revolution 0 Marxist Thought 0 Cologne in Prussia becomes the capital for radicalism o Communist league asked Marx and Engels to write the Manifesto before the Revolution They though the Bourgeoisie would play a revolutionary role n It was a necessary step from feudalism to working class rule ie Communism I Also oppressive and exploitative and inspires workers to rise up n Bourgeoisie is in its nature revolutionary a They wanted to ght alongside the Boug not make two revolutions 0 Austria 0 Fought against two revolutions at once One in N Italy and one in Hungary a They granted Hungary independence and they helped ght against N Italy a After the put down the Italian Revolution Austria recaptured Hungary n Becomes AustroHungarian Empire in 1866


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