Restauration and the Rise of Nationalism

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EUROPE'S POST-NAPOLEONIC ORDER

The Vienna Congress, 1813-15 The Holy Alliance

Popular Demand for a Constitution State Oppression Students Fraternities Romanticism


EARLY RESTAURATION

France 1815-30 Britain 1815-48 The Netherlands Poland


THE REVOLUTIONS OF 1830

France Belgium Poland Greece


RESTAURATION'S SECOND PHASE 1830-1848

France The Netherlands Denmark
Sweden The German Federation Prussia Germany's Smaller States
Austria Poland Russia
Italy Switzerland Spain Portugal


THE REVOLUTIONS OF 1848

France Denmark and Schleswig-Holstein Germany Bohemia Poland
Hungary Italy Switzerland


RENEWED REPRESSION

Sports Clubs, Chanting Societies Emigration


RISING NATIONALISM

Spain Scandinavia Italy Germany Poland
Hungary Bohemia Ireland

The Crimean War Unification of Italy The Polish Rebellion of 1863
Prussia 1849-1862 Austria 1849-1866 Germany 1849-1866 Unification of Germany


THE OTHER EUROPEAN COUNTRIES

France under Napoleon III. Great Britain The Netherlands 1848-70 Belgium 1830-70 Denmark 1815-64
Norway 1814-64 Sweden 1809-64 Finland 1809-64 Russia
Spain Portugal Serbia Greece


THE WORLD OUTSIDE OF EUROPE

The Opening of the Suez Canal The Abolitionist Movement Railway, Telegraph and Steamship

The Ottoman Empire Persia & Central Asia British India Southeast Asia China
Korea Japan The Pacific Islands Australia & New Zealand Canada
The United States The Caribbean Mexico Central America South America
Sub-Saharan Africa
African States
Sub-Saharan Africa
The Colonies
South Africa



This page is part of World History at KMLA
Last revised on June 4th 2001