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Between 1815 and 1871, Germany went from a fragmented confederation of 39 sovereign states to a unified nation. Otto von Bismarck united Germany through a series of wars (Schleswig War, Austro-Prussian War, and Franco Prussian War). Designed primarily for my AP European History course.

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  • Wonderful series of slides that brought back my own introduction to this topic 35 years ago. I miss what you would say to your class, though, as you talk them through each slide. Any chance of an audio file, or transcript posted alongside the slides?
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