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Obstacles to german unification   nationalist divisions
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Obstacles to german unification nationalist divisions

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  • 1. Middle class v Peasants The main people who demanded change came from the middle class and peasants. However they were divided on whether political change or social change was most important.
  • 2. Austria included? Even amongst nationalists who wanted unification there was disagreement. Some wanted to include Austria (Grossdeutschland) whilst others did not (Kleindeutschland).
  • 3. Main obstacle? Yes Peasants were the largest group in German society. Without their complete support it limited the ability to affect changes. Lack of clear aims enabled opponents to ignore demands.
  • 4. Main obstacle? No Lack of clear aims was indeed important. However both classes did work together at times e.g. 1848 revolution to try to introduce changes.

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