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Congress of Vienna.

Pradt M. de

Congress of Vienna.

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Published by S. Leigh in London [Eng.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Europe -- Politics and government -- 1789-1815.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTranslated from the French ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDC249
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[2], xv, 224 p.
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19767162M

    The Papal States were under the rule of the pope and restored to their former extent, with the exception of Avignon and the Comtat Venaissinwhich remained part of France. The result was deadlock, for which Talleyrand proposed a solution: Admit France to the inner circle, and France would support Austria and Britain. His narrative gives clear guidance through the complexities of the era and his analysis engages the central arguments about the period. He strove to cement the Austrian monarchy by a strict rule of censorship and repression.

    Those measures lead to the era of Biedermeier. The Prussians entered an agreement with Russia, under which Russia would support Prussia's bid for Saxony and Prussia would support Russia's bid for Poland; in addition, Prussia would hand over its share of Poland to Russian. Nicolson provides us with many of the answers in his book. The French Revolution challenged this existing order and plunged Europe into twenty years of war. In a way, this set the stage for what would happen in the revolutionary year of

    The Kingdom of Piedmont-Sardinia was restored to its mainland possessions, and also gained control of the Republic of Genoa. Saxony was punished for its alliance with Congress of Vienna. book and lost some territory to Prussia. Following the victory of their combined arms, the Allies met in Vienna to seek answers to these questions of how to ensure peace and stability. The ultimate political survivor, Talleyrand maneuvered through the byzantine complexities of revolutionary politics in France and emerged at Vienna with the solution to the joint Polish-Saxon question. The chapter also considers several approaches that might have been adopted for the reconstruction of Europe, including the doctrines of dynastic legitimacy, nationalism and the balance of power.


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Once Talleyrand was able to use this committee to make himself a part of the inner negotiations, he then left it, [22] once again abandoning his allies. Prussia lost its claims over Poland, but extended its territory towards Congress of Vienna. book West Westphalia and the Rhyne Province Austria, too, did extend its territory.

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Britain gained control over several strategic colonies and become the first superpower of the world. Those measures lead to the era of Biedermeier. Working within his main theme of the need to provide for peace and security, Nicolson explains the major issues decided at Vienna and the interests, often conflicting, of each major participant.

The conservatives were strong rulers, but they could not stop the ideas. Cancellations of individual nights i.

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Great Britain, however, chose modest colonial possessions as its reward for over two decades Congress of Vienna. book resistance, allowing it to steer clear of acquisitions that seemed tempting but would only draw it into future conflicts with a potentially revenge-minded France.

There are, however, certain flaws in this work. This congress succeeded as the entire continent had agreed on peace. In Congress of Vienna. book place, a heavy fog of conservatism and political repression came to rest over the continent. This begs the question of what happened at the Congress of Congress of Vienna.

book in that allowed conservative politicians to clamp down on the opposition and maintain their grip on political power into the second half of the nineteenth century. Great Britain was represented by its foreign minister, Viscount Castlereagh. Assisting Metternich as host, Friedrich Gentz played a vital role in the management of protocol and in the secretarial organization of the congress.

Only portions of the territory of Austria and Prussia were included in the Confederation roughly the same portions that had been within the Holy Roman Empire. Talleyrand, the wily French minister who had survived a dazzling succession of regimes, boldly claimed that he was able to upset the alliance and bring France back into the circles of the great powers by championing the rights of the lesser states, but there is little truth to his claim.

Small states remained for now. These states formed a loose German Confederation under the leadership of Austria and Prussia.

With monarchical power apparently secure in France, a new issue emerged at Aix: should France be welcomed as a full member of the alliance—transforming the Quadruple Alliance into a European Pentarchy? Due to diplomatic skill France, too, was allowed to take part in decision making.

The Netherlands and the Italian Kingdom of Piedmont were created to this end.Oct 13,  · Historians have dismissed the pageantry of the Vienna Congress as window dressing when compared with the serious maneuverings of sovereigns and statesmen.

By seeing these two dimensions as interconnected, Brian Vick reveals how one of the most important diplomatic summits in history managed to redraw the map of Europe and the international system.

The Congress of Vienna, then, created a time of peace in Europe. It was a lasting peace. None of the five great powers waged war on one another for nearly 40 years, when Britain and France fought Russia in the Crimean War.

Political Changes Beyond Vienna. Last August, the election of officers at our annual meeting in Richmond gave me the honor of becoming President of the Congress, following the capable leadership of Dr.

Daniel C. Warren.

Congress of Vienna

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