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  • DRAW A LINE SEPARATING TODAY & YESTERDAY 1) Write: Date: 10/28/10 , Topic: Prussia (Germany) 2) Next line, write “ Opener #36 ” and then: 1) Write 1 high + 1 low in last 24 hours 2) Rate your understanding of yesterday: lost < 1-5 > too easy (3 is perfect) 3) Respond to the Opener by writing at least 1 sentences about : Your opinions/thoughts OR/AND Questions sparked by the clip OR/AND Summary of the clip OR/AND Announcements: None
  • Agenda 1) Rise of Prussia (Germany) What you will be able to do: 1) Understand why the Balkans is the powder keg of Europe AND how Germany was created. Reminder 1) Find & complete your 4 news pods
  • 1600-1750: Enlightenment 1750-1800: Political Rev. 1800-1900: Nationalism Imperialism 1600-1750: Agric. Rev. 1750-1900: Ind. Rev. 1 (Factories) 1900-X: Ind. Rev. 2 (Corporations) Timeline up to now: View slide
  • Review 1) Napoleon Conquers Europe : Being under French control awakens nationalism. 2) Congress of Vienna (1814-1815) : Meeting of all the nation’s leaders (incld. French rep). 2 Goal: 1) Restore old monarchal system to pre-revolution 2) Surround France with strong but balanced nations ( merged 300 nations into 38 ) Metternich : Austria’s foreign minister led the Cong. of Vienna, organized monarchs to help each if ever a revolution breaks out ( Holy Alliance ) View slide
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  • Review 1) Nationalism : Pride in your own people, culture, history, language. Grows during 1800s, helped by: Political Revolutions: Self Determination + Rights Indus Revolutions: Mass transport + communication
  • 2 ) 1830 French and Flemish Revolt : People take over Paris, king flees. Flemish (Belgium) inspired by France successfully rebels against Netherlands ( Holy Alliance allows as long as Belgium stays neutral in future ). 3) 1830 Poland Revolt : Also inspired by France, Polish revolt against Russia, Russia crushes revolt
  • 4) France 1848 Revolt : Poor revolt (socialism spreading), king flees. 2 nd Republic born, bourgeoisie use violence to control the poor, but do reinstate male suffrage. 5) French 1848 Presidential Election : French vote for Napoleon’s nephew, Napoleon III (rule until 1870) to be new president and then vote for him to be dictator. “ When France sneezes, Europe catches a cold.” - Metternich
  • 6) 1848 Revolts Spread : Europe engulfed in revolt: a) Inspired by French b) Wave of nationalism c) Rise of socialism (Com. Manifesto written this yr) d) Poor harvest (Irish start mig. to US this year) All fail, but mass attempt is a sign of enligh change! All fail except
  • Notes #35a , Title: “ Balkans Notes ” 1) Austrian Empire : Hapsburg monarchy, mostly Germanic ppl, but multiethnic pop each wanted to indep from the setup from Cong of Vienna Austrian Dual Monarchy : Gives Hungary indep, co-equal status, but others aren’t happy. 2) Ottoman(Turkish) Empire : Muslim empire, nationalists revolts + slow industrialization weaken it.
  • 3) Balkans : Diverse area between Austria, Russia, and Middle East, mixed Christian, Muslim . Controlled by the Ottomans, but Holy Alliance take control ( 1 st with Greece ) 4) Europeans Slice the Balkans (1828–1908) : a) Serbia : Win their independence b) Bosnia : Austria takes , angers Serbs who wanted Bosnia c) Northern Balkan : Russia informally controls. This swap of leaders will later be a cause of WWI (1914).
  • STEPS 1) What are the words (esp small captions) 2) Any small things that are clues 3) What’s basically going on in the img 4) Look for the use of comedy, symbolism, feeling, exaggeration, etc. Journ #35a , Title “ Balkan Cartoon ” 1) Read and explain what is going on in this image.
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  • Notes #35b , Title: “ Germany Notes ” 1) German Ppl : Not unified, some in Prussia, Austria, and others in small nations between 2) Prussia : More homogenously Germanic, Kaiser (king) Wilhelm led well run gov + industrialized In 1848, rebelling Germans offered their land to Prussia to create Germany, Wilhelm I rejects it, fearing the rebels wanted democracy. Wilhelm I later take land tru conquest 3) Otto von Bismarck (1862-1890) : Prussia’s Prime Minister, dedicated to King Wilhelm Realpoltik : Ends justify the means in expanding state (Wilhelm I’s) power Strong Military : Utilize industrialization Disregard Democracy : Strong nation is what matters
  • Notes #35b , Title: “ Germany Notes ” 1) German Ppl : Not unified, some in Prussia, Austria, and others in small nations between
  • Notes #35b , Title: “ Germany Notes ” 2) Prussia : More homogenously Germanic, Kaiser (King) Wilhelm led well run gov + industrialized In 1848, rebelling Germans offered their land to Prussia to create Germany, Wilhelm I rejects it, fearing the rebels wanted democracy. Wilhelm I later take land tru conquest
  • 3) Otto von Bismarck (1862-1890) : Prussia’s Prime Minister, dedicated to King Wilhelm I Realpoltik : Ends justify the means in expanding state (Wilhelm I’s) power Strong Military : Utilize industrialization Disregard Democracy : Strong nation is what matters
  • “ The position of Prussia in Germany will not be determined by its liberalism but by its power ... Not through speeches and majority decisions will the great questions of the day be decided - that was the great mistake of 1848 and 1849 - but by iron and blood .” -Bismarck
  • Poem by Ernst Moritz Arndt Where is the German's fatherland? Bavarian land? or Stygian land? Where sturdy peasants plough the plain? Where mountain-sons bright metal gain? Ah, no, no, no! His fatherland's not bounded so! Where is the German's fatherland? Then name, then name the mighty land! The Austrian land in fight renowned? The Kaiser's land with honors crowned? Ah, no, no, no! His fatherland 's not bounded so! This is the land, the one true land, O God, to aid be thou at hand!
  • Notes #35c , Title: “ Germany Notes ” 4) Austro-Prussian War (1866) : Prussia beats Austria a) Bismarck allies w. Austria to attacks Denmark, splits Denmark, b) Bismark allies w. France, attacks Austria. Takes land from Austria. 5) Franco Prussian War (1870) : Prussia beats France Napoleon III 1 st hoped war divert ppl from local problems a) Bismarck puts Germanic king in Spain to anger France. b) France ask King Wilhelm to ask his nephew to step down in Spain in a telegram c) Bismarck edits telegram to make it look like King William insulted the French d) France declares war, Napoleon III captured e) France creates 3 rd Republic, loses war and land 6) UK Isolationism : UK stays out of Europe’s problems as long as no one interferes with colonies
  • Unedited Version of Telegram Naturally I told him that I had not yet received any news and since he had been better informed via Paris and Madrid than I was, he must surely see that my government was not concerned in the matter.
  • Edited Version of Telegram His Majesty the King thereupon refused to receive the Ambassador again and had the latter informed by the adjutant of the day that His Majesty had no further communication to make to the Ambassador .
  • Journ #36a , “ Nationalist Feeling ” 1) Pretend you are a Prussian nationalist high school student and write a brief diary entry about your desires for a unified Germany. You are less concerned if it’s a democracy, you just want unification. Mr. Chiang will RANDOMLY read a few out loud.
  • Notes #36a , Title: “ Germany Notes ” 1) Second Reich (1871, 2 nd Holy Empire, 1 st the Roman Empire) : Remaining German nation ask Prussia’s King Wilhelm II (grandson) to take title of Kaiser (emperor). 1890, Kaiser ask Bismarck resign. 2) Germany Supremacy : 1862-1914, #1 Europe Power. a) Gov Aided Research : Speeds up priority areas b) Public Education : Obedient, factory workforce developers of more science c) Military Technology : More powerful d) Mass Transit : Faster factories, faster military e) Social Programs : Helps the poor, to slow socialism (UK copied Germany anti-socialism)
  • STEPS 1) What are the words (esp small captions) OR any small things that are clues 2) What’s basically going on in the img 3) Look for the use of comedy, symbolism, feeling, exaggeration, etc. Journ #36a , Title “ Prussia Cartoon ” 1) Read and explain what is going on in this image.
  • STEPS 1) What are the words (esp small captions) OR any small things that are clues 2) What’s basically going on in the img 3) Look for the use of comedy, symbolism, feeling, exaggeration, etc. Journ #36b , Title “ Prussia Cartoon ” 1) Read and explain what is going on in this image.
  • STEPS 1) What are the words (esp small captions) OR any small things that are clues 2) What’s basically going on in the img 3) Look for the use of comedy, symbolism, feeling, exaggeration, etc. Journ #36c , Title “ Prussia Cartoon ” 1) Read and explain what is going on in this image.
  • 10 Flash Cards Year one side Term on the Other 1689 Locke writes on Social Contract Theory 1775 Watts Steam Engine-Rise of Factories (IR 1) 1776 American Revolution + Smith’s Wealth of Nat. 1789-1799 French Revolution 1799-15 Napoleonic Empire 1815 Congress of Vienna restore Eur. monarchs 1848 Eur-Wide Revolutions + Communist Manifesto 1855 Bessemer Steel-Rise of Corporations (IR 2) 1871 Germany formed (#1 Germany + #2 UK) 1911 UK HOC reform, true democratic monarchy
  • Homework: 1) Pick and listen to your 4 news podcast by next Monday. Workbook Check: If your name is called, drop off your workbook with Mr. Chiang ( if requested, points lost if your workbook is not turned in )