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Start of 1848
At the start of 1848 it looked
like a united Germany might
be achieved.
People from all groups in all
states...
Different aims
Although many people took
part in protests, they did not
all have the same priorities.
The middle classes w...
Aims disagreement
Even amongst groups who
agreed on the need for
political change there was
disagreement
e.g. should a uni...
Power of leaders
All the German states had control
of their armies. This allowed
them to control the people.
The leaders o...
Influence of Prussia
The Frankfurt Parliament
needed the support of Prussia
– it had no army of its own.
Frederick William...
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  1. 1. Start of 1848 At the start of 1848 it looked like a united Germany might be achieved. People from all groups in all states were taking action – and worrying their leaders. So why did it ultimately fail?
  2. 2. Different aims Although many people took part in protests, they did not all have the same priorities. The middle classes wanted political changes; the peasants demanded social reforms.
  3. 3. Aims disagreement Even amongst groups who agreed on the need for political change there was disagreement e.g. should a united Germany include Austria or not?
  4. 4. Power of leaders All the German states had control of their armies. This allowed them to control the people. The leaders of each state did not see any advantage for them in a united Germany – there could only be one leader.
  5. 5. Influence of Prussia The Frankfurt Parliament needed the support of Prussia – it had no army of its own. Frederick William supported them for a period but then changed his mind.
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