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Class Notes 1/6

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Class Notes 1/6 HIST 0187 - World War II in Europe

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World War II in Europe

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Date Created: 01/16/15
WWII in EUROPE NOTES 16 Background and Causes of the War pt 1 I 800 Charlemagne is crowned emperor FIRST REICH 0 Highly effective ruler conqueror o Christianized his territories through force I Earned him the support of the pope 0 Sent troops to Rome to help the pope who was threatened after an illegitimate children scandal 0 Was crowned Holy Roman Emperor by the Pope because of this I 843 Holy Roman Empire falls apart 0 Is split between 3 sons becomes too fragmented IMPORTANCE Hitler imagines another great empire THIRD REICH I Post 843 Power becomes localized ex Rise of Spain and France 0 Holy Roman Empire still exists but is not united under a strong single ruler 0 quotGermanyquot is broken into 300 local principalities I Large Prussia Berlin Austria Vienna Bavaria I Small family estates monasteries I Were considered a principality if you sent a delegate to the Diet governing body I Most of these entities were not selfsustaining 0 Inefficient system I 1800 French Revolution Enlightenment ideals Napoleon 0 French Rev throwing off of aristocratic systems 0 Napoleon gains power after the rev I Conquers most of Europe and spreads the enlightenment ideals of the revolution I Introduces the idea of modern bureaucracy Germany goes from 300 to 39 provinces I Border restructuring reshapes Germany I Wipes out the Holy Roman Empire temporarily I Is seen by SOME AT FIRST as a liberator because of the Napoleonic code ex Jews 0 Emergence of nationalism result of the imposition of Napoleon s foreign system I Germany speci cally I Folk level Brothers Grimm fairy tales songs dictionary 0 Showing German culture I Political level Hegel s writings I 1814 Napoleon is defeated at Leipzig and exiled to an island in the Mediterranean I 1815 Napoleon returns and is defeated nally at Waterloo 0 Napoleon is then deposed throne is taken away and Louis XVIII is restored to the throne and is succeeded by Charles X I IMPORTANCE Both have conservative values and styles of ruling I Congress of Vienna 181415 officiated by Clemence von Metternich 0 Purpose is to restore Europe after Napoleon I To quotprop up the rotting corpse of old Europe I IMPORTANCE Metternich decides to return to old Europe rather than keeping some of Napoleon s enlightened values I However Germany s new borders are kept 0 Has to restructure international relations strong fear of France exists 0 Encourage military alliances under the logic that larger territories are harder to conquer I Balance of power theory intention was at least 3 equal alliances WWII in EUROPE NOTES 0 Based off of Thomas Hobbes states inclinate towards power grabs REALISM 0 Concert of Europe conservative traditional system 0 Small countries declared neutrality I Switzerland Belgium Luxembourg 0 Other option which was ignored was free trade system trade creates interdependence and prevents war I Interdependence internationalism Smith and Cobden I Was proposed by England which had industrialized fully by this point and was wealthy as a result of this I Intention was to bene t England


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