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Post Napoleonic Era

  1. 1. Post Napoleonic Era Group 1 Group 2a) Metterich & Congress of Vienna (p.134-135)b) Post Napoleon Questions (p.136) Group 3 Group 4c) Age of Ideologies (p.144 –146) Group 5 Group 6d) Central Europe Challenges the Old Order (p.146 – 147) Group 7 Group 8e) Revolution of 1830 – 1848 (p. 148 – 154) Group 9 Group 10f) Revolts in Latin America (p.155-161) 1) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Metternich was an Austrian foreign minister. G1A)B)C)D) 2) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Legacy G1 5 “Great Powers” of Europe Short Term: a) b)1) = Emperor Francis I Long Term: a)2) = Frederick William III b)3) = Czar Alexander I4) = FM Lord Castlereagh c)5) = FM Prince Talleyrand
  2. 2. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 p. 155-161 Answer to #12) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) 1) = Emperor Francis I b) 2) = Frederick William III c) 3) = Czar Alexander I d) 4) = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) b) Long Term:
  3. 3. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) 2) = Frederick William III c) 3) = Czar Alexander I d) 4) = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) b) Long Term: a) b) c)
  4. 4. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) 3) = Czar Alexander I d) 4) = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) b) Long Term: a) b) c)
  5. 5. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) 3) Russia = Czar Alexander I d) 4) = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) b) Long Term: a) b) c)
  6. 6. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) 3) Russia = Czar Alexander I d) 4) Britain = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) b) Long Term: a) b) c)
  7. 7. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) 3) Russia = Czar Alexander I d) 4) Britain = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) France = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) b) Long Term: a) b) c)
  8. 8. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) 3) Russia = Czar Alexander I d) 4) Britain = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) France = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) France gave land back taken by b) Napoleon, but still a major power Long Term: a) b) c)
  9. 9. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) 3) Russia = Czar Alexander I d) 4) Britain = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) France = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) France gave land back taken by b) Napoleon, but still a major power Long Term: a) Formed Kingdom of Netherlands b) c)
  10. 10. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) 3) Russia = Czar Alexander I d) 4) Britain = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) France = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) France gave land back taken by b) Napoleon, but still a major power Long Term: a) Formed Kingdom of Netherlands b) Created German Confederation c)
  11. 11. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) Establish lasting peace & stability 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) 3) Russia = Czar Alexander I d) 4) Britain = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) France = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) France gave land back taken by b) Napoleon, but still a major power Long Term: a) Formed Kingdom of Netherlands b) Created German Confederation c)
  12. 12. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) Establish lasting peace & stability 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) Prevent future French Aggression 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) 3) Russia = Czar Alexander I d) 4) Britain = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) France = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) France gave land back taken by b) Napoleon, but still a major power Long Term: a) Formed Kingdom of Netherlands b) Created German Confederation c)
  13. 13. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) Establish lasting peace & stability 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) Prevent future French Aggression 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) Restore Balance of Power 3) Russia = Czar Alexander I d) 4) Britain = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) France = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) France gave land back taken by b) Napoleon, but still a major power Long Term: a) Formed Kingdom of Netherlands b) Created German Confederation c)
  14. 14. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) Establish lasting peace & stability 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) Prevent future French Aggression 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) Restore Balance of Power 3) Russia = Czar Alexander I d) Restore Royal families to French Revolution 4) Britain = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) France = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) France gave land back taken by b) Napoleon, but still a major power Long Term: a) Formed Kingdom of Netherlands b) Created German Confederation c)
  15. 15. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) Establish lasting peace & stability 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) Prevent future French Aggression 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) Restore Balance of Power 3) Russia = Czar Alexander I d) Restore Royal families to French Revolution 4) Britain = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) France = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) Conservatives regained control France gave land back taken by b) Napoleon, but still a major power Long Term: a) Formed Kingdom of Netherlands b) Created German Confederation c)
  16. 16. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) Establish lasting peace & stability 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) Prevent future French Aggression 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) Restore Balance of Power 3) Russia = Czar Alexander I d) Restore Royal families to French Revolution 4) Britain = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) France = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) Conservatives regained control France gave land back taken by b) Triggered revolts in colonies. Napoleon, but still a major power Long Term: a) Formed Kingdom of Netherlands b) Created German Confederation c)
  17. 17. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) Establish lasting peace & stability 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) Prevent future French Aggression 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) Restore Balance of Power 3) Russia = Czar Alexander I d) Restore Royal families to French Revolution 4) Britain = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) France = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) Conservatives regained control France gave land back taken by b) Triggered revolts in colonies. Napoleon, but still a major power Long Term: a) Created an age of peace in Europe Formed Kingdom of Netherlands b) Created German Confederation c)
  18. 18. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) Establish lasting peace & stability 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) Prevent future French Aggression 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) Restore Balance of Power 3) Russia = Czar Alexander I d) Restore Royal families to French Revolution 4) Britain = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) France = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) Conservatives regained control France gave land back taken by b) Triggered revolts in colonies. Napoleon, but still a major power Long Term: a) Created an age of peace in Europe Formed Kingdom of Netherlands b) Decreased French Power & Increased British Power Created German Confederation c)
  19. 19. Assign # POST NAPOLEONIC ERA p. 134-1361) Why is Metternich important? (p. 134-135) Section 1 p. 143-147 Section 2 p. 148-154 Answer to #1 Back to main p. 155-1612) What was Congress of Vienna? (p. 135-136; p. 144) Members & Representatives Goals 5 “Great Powers” of Europe a) Establish lasting peace & stability 1) Austria = Emperor Francis I b) Prevent future French Aggression 2) Prussia = Frederick William III c) Restore Balance of Power 3) Russia = Czar Alexander I d) Restore Royal families to French Revolution 4) Britain = FM Lord Castlereagh 5) France = FM Prince Talleyrand Legacy Actions Taken Short Term: a) Conservatives regained control France gave land back taken by b) Triggered revolts in colonies. Napoleon, but still a major power Long Term: a) Created an age of peace in Europe Formed Kingdom of Netherlands b) Decreased French Power & Increased British Power Created German Confederation c) Started growth of Nationalism
  20. 20. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815What questions were being asked by the elite powers?
  21. 21. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How can France remain a power?
  22. 22. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?How can France remain a power?
  23. 23. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak? How to put back old monarchs?How can France remain a power?
  24. 24. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak? How to put back old monarchs? How to maintainHow can France peace? remain a power?
  25. 25. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep How to stop future France revolutions? weak? How to put back old monarchs? How to maintainHow can France peace? remain a power?
  26. 26. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep How to stop future France revolutions? weak? How to put back old monarchs? How to maintainHow can France peace? remain a power? How come our food is so
  27. 27. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815What questions were being asked by the elite powers?
  28. 28. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How can Franceremain a power? GET OTHERS TO ARGUE WITH EACH OTHER
  29. 29. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers? How to keep France weak?Ring France with Strong Nations How can France remain a power? GET OTHERS TO ARGUE WITH EACH OTHER
  30. 30. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers? How to keep France weak?Ring France with Strong Nations How to put back old monarchs? LEGITIMACY How can France remain a power? GET OTHERS TO ARGUE WITH EACH OTHER
  31. 31. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers? How to keep France weak?Ring France with Strong Nations How to put back old monarchs? LEGITIMACY How to maintain How can France peace? remain a power? a) GET OTHERS b) TO ARGUE WITH EACH OTHER
  32. 32. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers? How to keep France weak?Ring France with Strong Nations How to put back old monarchs? LEGITIMACY How to maintain How can France peace? remain a power? a) Balance of Power GET OTHERS b) TO ARGUE WITH EACH OTHER
  33. 33. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers? How to keep France weak?Ring France with Strong Nations How to put back old monarchs? LEGITIMACY How to maintain How can France peace? remain a power? a) Balance of Power GET OTHERS b) Concert of Europe TO ARGUE WITH EACH OTHER
  34. 34. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers? How to keep France weak? How to stop futureRing France with Strong Nations revolutions? HOLY ALLIANCE How to put back old monarchs? LEGITIMACY How to maintain How can France peace? remain a power? a) Balance of Power GET OTHERS b) Concert of Europe TO ARGUE WITH EACH OTHER
  35. 35. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136)a) G2 a) G2 G2 a)b) b)c) b)d) c)e) d)f) c)How can France remain a power?(p.136)a) G3 Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136) G3 a) b) Concert of Europe (p.136) G3a)b)c)
  36. 36. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136) Concert of Europe
  37. 37. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136)a) British want to keep France weak How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europe
  38. 38. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136)a) British want to keep France weakb) Take back land conquered byNapoleon How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europe
  39. 39. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136)a) British want to keep France weakb) Take back land conquered byNapoleonc) Ring France w/ strong nations How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europe
  40. 40. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136)a) British want to keep France weakb) Take back land conquered byNapoleonc) Ring France w/ strong nationsd) Create German Confederation How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europe
  41. 41. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136)a) British want to keep France weakb) Take back land conquered byNapoleonc) Ring France w/ strong nationsd) Create German Confederatione) Create Netherlands Kingdom How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europe
  42. 42. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136)a) British want to keep France weakb) Take back land conquered byNapoleonc) Ring France w/ strong nationsd) Create German Confederatione) Create Netherlands Kingdomf) Let Austria rule North Italy How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europe
  43. 43. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE - 1815How to keep France weak? (p.136)a) British want to keep France weakb) Take back land conquered byNapoleonc) Ring France w/ strong nationsd) Create German Confederatione) Create Netherlands Kingdomf) Let Austria rule North Italy
  44. 44. How to keep France weak? (p.136)a) British want to keep France weakb) Take back land conquered byNapoleonc) Ring France w/ strong nationsd) Create German Confederatione) Create Netherlands Kingdomf) Let Austria rule North Italy German Confederation
  45. 45. How to keep France weak? (p.136)a) British want to keep France weakb) Take back land conquered byNapoleonc) Ring France w/ strong nationsd) Create German Confederatione) Create Netherlands Kingdomf) Let Austria rule North Italy Kingdom of Netherlands
  46. 46. Kingdom of Sweden Kingdom of Netherlands United Kingdom Prussian Empire Russian Empire Vienna France Austrian Empire Ottoman EmpireSpain Ottoman Empire Back to Main
  47. 47. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europe
  48. 48. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136)a) a) a)b) b) b)c) c) c)d) d)e) How can France remain a power?a) Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 a) b) Concert of Europea)b)c)
  49. 49. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) a) Reactionaries want to return to pre 1792 rule How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europe
  50. 50. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) a) Reactionaries want to return to pre 1792 rule b) Restoring hereditary monarchies unseated by FR & Napoleon How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europe
  51. 51. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) a) Reactionaries want to return to pre 1792 rule b) Restoring hereditary monarchies unseated by FR & Napoleon c) King Louis XVIII How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europe
  52. 52. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE - 1815 Legitimacy (p.136) a) Reactionaries want to return to pre 1792 rule b) Restoring hereditary monarchies unseated by FR & Napoleon c) King Louis XVIII
  53. 53. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE - 1815 Legitimacy (p.136) a) Reactionaries want to return to pre 1792 rule b) Restoring hereditary monarchies unseated by FR & Napoleon c) King Louis XVIII
  54. 54. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE - 1815 Legitimacy (p.136) a) Reactionaries want to return to pre 1792 rule b) Restoring hereditary monarchies unseated by FR & Napoleon c) King Louis XVIII Back to main
  55. 55. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136) Concert of Europe (p.136)
  56. 56. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) a) Wanted by Czar Alex I How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europe
  57. 57. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) a) Wanted by Czar Alex I b) Christian monarchs should work together to stop future revolutions How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europe
  58. 58. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) a) Wanted by Czar Alex I b) Christian monarchs should work together to stop future revolutions c) People & Church? How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europe
  59. 59. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) a) Wanted by Czar Alex I b) Christian monarchs should work together to stop future revolutions c) People & Church? d) Russian, Prussia & How can France remain a power? Austria Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europe
  60. 60. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 Holy Alliance (p.136)What questions were being asked by the elite powers? a) Wanted by Czar Alex I b) Christian monarchs should work together to stop future revolutions c) People & Church? Back to main
  61. 61. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 Holy Alliance (p.136)What questions were being asked by the elite powers? a) Wanted by Czar Alex I b) Christian monarchs should work together to stop future revolutions c) People & Church? Back to main
  62. 62. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 Holy Alliance (p.136)What questions were being asked by the elite powers? a) Wanted by Czar Alex I b) Christian monarchs should work together to stop future revolutions c) People & Church? Russian Empire Prussian Empire Austrian Empire
  63. 63. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 Holy Alliance (p.136)What questions were being asked by the elite powers? a) Wanted by Czar Alex I b) Christian monarchs should work together to stop future revolutions Stop future revolutions! c) People & Church? Russian Empire Prussian Empire Stop future revolutions! Austrian Empire Stop future revolutions! Back to main
  64. 64. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 Holy Alliance (p.136)What questions were being asked by the elite powers? a) Wanted by Czar Alex I b) Christian monarchs should work together to stop future revolutions Stop future revolutions! c) People & Church? Russian Empire Prussian Empire Stop future revolutions! Austrian Empire Stop future revolutions! Back to main
  65. 65. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 Holy Alliance (p.136) What questions were being asked by the elite powers? a) Wanted by Czar Alex IWe can’t sign because of b) Christian monarchsour constitution, but yeah, should work together to ‘Stop future revolutions!’ stop future revolutions Stop future revolutions! c) People & Church? Russian Empire Prussian Empire Stop future revolutions! Austrian Empire Stop future revolutions! Back to main
  66. 66. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers? Holy Alliance (p.136)We can’t sign because of ourconstitution, but yeah, ‘Stop a) Wanted by Czar Alex I future revolutions!’ b) Christian monarchs Stop future revolutions! should work together to stop future revolutions c) People & Church? Prussian Empire Russian EmpireBritish FR Castlereagh Stop future later said, revolutions! a piece of sublime Austrian Empiremysticism and nonsense’. Stop future revolutions! Back to main
  67. 67. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136) Concert of Europe
  68. 68. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136) a) Way to keep lasting peace Concert of Europe
  69. 69. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136) a) Way to keep lasting peace b) Form Alliances to keep a nation from gaining to much power Concert of Europe
  70. 70. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136)a) a) a)b) b) b)c) c) c)d) d) d)e) How can France remain a power?a) Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 a) b) Concert of Europea)b)c)
  71. 71. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europea)b)c)
  72. 72. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europea) Powers met periodically to discuss any problems affecting European peaceb)c)
  73. 73. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europea) Powers met periodically to discuss any problems affecting European peaceb) Peace kept for 100 years (until 1914)c)
  74. 74. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136) How can France remain a power? Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136 Concert of Europea) Powers met periodically to discuss any problems affecting European peaceb) Peace kept for 100 years (until 1914)c) Did NOT grasp problem of Nationalism and Alliances
  75. 75. POST NAPOLEONIC EUROPE – 1815 What questions were being asked by the elite powers?How to keep France weak?(p.136) Legitimacy (p.136) Holy Alliance (p.136)a) British want to keep France weak a) Reactionaries want to a) Wanted by Czar Alex Ib) Take back land conquered byNapoleon return to pre 1792 rule b) Christian monarchsc) Ring France w/ strong nations b) Restoring hereditary should work together tod) Create German Confederation monarchies unseated stop future revolutionse) Create Netherlands Kingdom by FR & Napoleon c) People & Church?f) Let Austria rule North Italy c) King Louis XVIII d) Russian, Prussia & How can France remain a power? Austriaa) Try to get other powers Balance of Power (Demo) (p.136)to argue with one another a) Way to keep lasting peace b) Form Alliances to keep a nation from gaining to much power Concert of Europea) Powers met periodically to discuss any problems affecting European peaceb) Peace kept for 100 years (until 1914)c) Did NOT grasp problem of Nationalism and Alliances Back to main
  76. 76. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848 G4(p. 144-146) Age of IdeologiesConservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145
  77. 77. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs
  78. 78. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) MonarchsB) Noble Landowners
  79. 79. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of IdeologiesConservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) MonarchsB) Noble LandownersC) Church leaders
  80. 80. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of IdeologiesConservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) MonarchsB) Noble LandownersC) Church leadersD) Concert of Europe
  81. 81. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of IdeologiesConservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) MonarchsB) Noble LandownersC) Church leadersD) Concert of EuropeE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve traditional ways
  82. 82. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) MonarchsB) Noble LandownersC) Church leadersD) Concert of EuropeE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve traditional waysF) Support social hierarchy
  83. 83. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of IdeologiesConservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) MonarchsB) Noble LandownersC) Church leadersD) Concert of EuropeE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve traditional waysF) Support social hierarchyG) Return to pre 1789
  84. 84. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of IdeologiesConservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) MonarchsB) Noble LandownersC) Church leadersD) Concert of EuropeE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve traditional waysF) Support social hierarchyG) Return to pre 1789H) Talk of natural rights led to chaos
  85. 85. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) MonarchsB) Noble LandownersC) Church leadersD) Concert of EuropeE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve traditional waysF) Support social hierarchyG) Return to pre 1789H) Talk of natural rights led to chaosI) Change must be slow
  86. 86. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) MonarchsB) Noble LandownersC) Church leadersD) Concert of EuropeE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve traditional waysF) Support social hierarchyG) Return to pre 1789H) Talk of natural rights led to chaosI) Change must be slowJ) Benefited all people by defending peace and stability
  87. 87. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) MonarchsB) Noble LandownersC) Church leadersD) Concert of EuropeE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve traditional waysF) Support social hierarchyG) Return to pre 1789H) Talk of natural rights led to chaosI) Change must be slowJ) Benefited all people by defending peace and stabilityK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  88. 88. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) BourgeoisieB) Noble LandownersC) Church leadersD) Concert of EuropeE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve traditional waysF) Support social hierarchyG) Return to pre 1789H) Talk of natural rights led to chaosI) Change must be slowJ) Benefited all people by defending peace and stabilityK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  89. 89. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners b) Middle ClassC) Church leadersD) Concert of EuropeE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve traditional waysF) Support social hierarchyG) Return to pre 1789H) Talk of natural rights led to chaosI) Change must be slowJ) Benefited all people by defending peace and stabilityK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  90. 90. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders c) Business ownersD) Concert of EuropeE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve traditional waysF) Support social hierarchyG) Return to pre 1789H) Talk of natural rights led to chaosI) Change must be slowJ) Benefited all people by defending peace and stabilityK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  91. 91. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders c) Business ownersD) Concert of Europe d) BankersE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve traditional waysF) Support social hierarchyG) Return to pre 1789H) Talk of natural rights led to chaosI) Change must be slowJ) Benefited all people by defending peace and stabilityK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  92. 92. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders c) Business ownersD) Concert of Europe d) BankersE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve e) Lawyers traditional waysF) Support social hierarchyG) Return to pre 1789H) Talk of natural rights led to chaosI) Change must be slowJ) Benefited all people by defending peace and stabilityK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  93. 93. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders c) Business ownersD) Concert of Europe d) BankersE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve e) Lawyers traditional ways f) Newspaper writersF) Support social hierarchyG) Return to pre 1789H) Talk of natural rights led to chaosI) Change must be slowJ) Benefited all people by defending peace and stabilityK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  94. 94. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders c) Business ownersD) Concert of Europe d) BankersE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve e) Lawyers traditional ways f) Newspaper writersF) Support social hierarchy g) WritersG) Return to pre 1789H) Talk of natural rights led to chaosI) Change must be slowJ) Benefited all people by defending peace and stabilityK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  95. 95. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders c) Business ownersD) Concert of Europe d) BankersE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve e) Lawyers traditional ways f) Newspaper writersF) Support social hierarchy g) WritersG) Return to pre 1789 h) Public opinion shapersH) Talk of natural rights led to chaosI) Change must be slowJ) Benefited all people by defending peace and stabilityK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  96. 96. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders c) Business ownersD) Concert of Europe d) BankersE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve e) Lawyers traditional ways f) Newspaper writersF) Support social hierarchy g) WritersG) Return to pre 1789 h) Public opinion shapersH) Talk of natural rights led ix) Constitutional govt. to chaosI) Change must be slowJ) Benefited all people by defending peace and stabilityK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  97. 97. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders c) Business ownersD) Concert of Europe d) BankersE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve e) Lawyers traditional ways f) Newspaper writersF) Support social hierarchy g) WritersG) Return to pre 1789 h) Public opinion shapersH) Talk of natural rights led ix) Constitutional govt. to chaosI) Change must be slow j) Anti- Divine RightJ) Benefited all people by defending peace and stabilityK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  98. 98. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders c) Business ownersD) Concert of Europe d) BankersE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve e) Lawyers traditional ways f) Newspaper writersF) Support social hierarchy g) WritersG) Return to pre 1789 h) Public opinion shapersH) Talk of natural rights led ix) Constitutional govt. to chaosI) Change must be slow j) Anti- Divine RightJ) Benefited all people by k) Anti-aristocracy defending peace and stabilityK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  99. 99. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders c) Business ownersD) Concert of Europe d) BankersE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve e) Lawyers traditional ways f) Newspaper writersF) Support social hierarchy g) WritersG) Return to pre 1789 h) Public opinion shapersH) Talk of natural rights led ix) Constitutional govt. to chaosI) Change must be slow j) Anti- Divine RightJ) Benefited all people by k) Anti-aristocracy defending peace and l) pro-natural rights stabilityK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  100. 100. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders c) Business ownersD) Concert of Europe d) BankersE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve e) Lawyers traditional ways f) Newspaper writersF) Support social hierarchy g) WritersG) Return to pre 1789 h) Public opinion shapersH) Talk of natural rights led ix) Constitutional govt. to chaosI) Change must be slow j) Anti- Divine RightJ) Benefited all people by k) Anti-aristocracy defending peace and l) pro-natural rights stability m) Laissez faire economicsK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  101. 101. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) People seeking self- a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners Rule living in larger empires b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders like Russia, Austria and c) Business ownersD) Concert of Europe Ottoman Empire. d) BankersE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve e) Lawyers traditional ways f) Newspaper writersF) Support social hierarchy g) WritersG) Return to pre 1789 h) Public opinion shapersH) Talk of natural rights led ix) Constitutional govt. to chaosI) Change must be slow j) Anti- Divine RightJ) Benefited all people by k) Anti-aristocracy defending peace and l) pro-natural rights stability m) Laissez faire economicsK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  102. 102. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) People seeking self- a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners Rule living in larger empires b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders like Russia, Austria and c) Business ownersD) Concert of Europe Ottoman Empire. d) BankersE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve b) Common heritage e) Lawyers traditional ways f) Newspaper writersF) Support social hierarchy g) WritersG) Return to pre 1789 h) Public opinion shapersH) Talk of natural rights led ix) Constitutional govt. to chaosI) Change must be slow j) Anti- Divine RightJ) Benefited all people by k) Anti-aristocracy defending peace and l) pro-natural rights stability m) Laissez faire economicsK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  103. 103. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) People seeking self- a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners Rule living in larger empires b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders like Russia, Austria and c) Business ownersD) Concert of Europe Ottoman Empire. d) BankersE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve b) Common heritage e) Lawyers traditional ways c) People with sense of f) Newspaper writersF) Support social hierarchy identity g) WritersG) Return to pre 1789 h) Public opinion shapersH) Talk of natural rights led ix) Constitutional govt. to chaosI) Change must be slow j) Anti- Divine RightJ) Benefited all people by k) Anti-aristocracy defending peace and l) pro-natural rights stability m) Laissez faire economicsK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  104. 104. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) People seeking self- a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners Rule living in larger empires b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders like Russia, Austria and c) Business ownersD) Concert of Europe Ottoman Empire. d) BankersE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve b) Common heritage e) Lawyers traditional ways c) People with sense of f) Newspaper writersF) Support social hierarchy identity g) WritersG) Return to pre 1789 d) Goal of own homeland h) Public opinion shapersH) Talk of natural rights led ix) Constitutional govt. to chaosI) Change must be slow j) Anti- Divine RightJ) Benefited all people by k) Anti-aristocracy defending peace and l) pro-natural rights stability m) Laissez faire economicsK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands
  105. 105. Revolutions in Europe 1790-1848(p. 144-146) Age of Ideologies Conservatives p.144-145 Nationalists p. 145-146 Liberalism p. 145A) Monarchs a) People seeking self- a) BourgeoisieB) Noble Landowners Rule living in larger empires b) Middle ClassC) Church leaders like Russia, Austria and c) Business ownersD) Concert of Europe Ottoman Empire. d) BankersE) Appealed to peasants, who wanted to preserve b) Common heritage e) Lawyers traditional ways c) People with sense of f) Newspaper writersF) Support social hierarchy identity g) WritersG) Return to pre 1789 d) Goal of own homeland h) Public opinion shapersH) Talk of natural rights led e) Often led to intolerance ix) Constitutional govt. to chaos and violence against other j) Anti- Divine RightI) Change must be slowJ) Benefited all people by ethnic groups. k) Anti-aristocracy defending peace and l) pro-natural rights stability m) Laissez faire economicsK) Metternich urged monarchs to oppose freedom of the press, crush revolts & send troops to stop revolts in neighboring lands Main
  106. 106. G5 Central Europe Challenges The Old Order (p. 146-147) 1. Identify on Map: Ottoman Empire, Serbia & Greece 2) Who did Serbia turn to for help? 4) How did Greeks justify their war?3) What did the two have in common? 5) Who gave Greece help? Why? 6) Notes on other revolts (p.147)
  107. 107. (p. 146-147) Central Europe Challenges The Old Order1. Identify on Map: Ottoman Empire, Serbia & Greece 2) Who did Serbia turn to for help? 4) How did Greeks justify their war? Russia3) What did the two have in common? 5) Who gave Greece help? Why? 6) Notes on other revolts (p.147)
  108. 108. (p. 146-147) Central Europe Challenges The Old Order1. Identify on Map: Ottoman Empire, Serbia & Greece 2) Who did Serbia turn to for help? 4) How did Greeks justify their war? Russia3) What did the two have in common?b) Slavic Language 5) Who gave Greece help? Why? 6) Notes on other revolts (p.147)
  109. 109. (p. 146-147) Central Europe Challenges The Old Order1. Identify on Map: Ottoman Empire, Serbia & Greece 2) Who did Serbia turn to for help? 4) How did Greeks justify their war? Russia3) What did the two have in common?b) Slavic Language 5) Who gave Greece help? Why?c) Christian Orthodox 6) Notes on other revolts (p.147)
  110. 110. (p. 146-147) Central Europe Challenges The Old Order1. Identify on Map: Ottoman Empire, Serbia & Greece 2) Who did Serbia turn to for help?4) How did Greeks justify their war? Russia “a national war, a holy war, a war the3) What did the two have in common? object to reconquer the rights ofb) Slavic Language individual liberty.” 5) Who gave Greece help? Why?c) Christian Orthodox 6) Notes on other revolts (p.147)
  111. 111. (p. 146-147) Central Europe Challenges The Old Order1. Identify on Map: Ottoman Empire, Serbia & Greece 2) Who did Serbia turn to for help?4) How did Greeks justify their war? Russia “a national war, a holy war, a war the3) What did the two have in common? object to reconquer the rights ofb) Slavic Language individual liberty.” 5) Who gave Greece help? Why?c) Christian Orthodox 1) Romantic Writers (Lord Byron) admired Greece 6) Notes on other revolts (p.147)
  112. 112. (p. 146-147) Central Europe Challenges The Old Order1. Identify on Map: Ottoman Empire, Serbia & Greece 2) Who did Serbia turn to for help?4) How did Greeks justify their war? Russia “a national war, a holy war, a war the3) What did the two have in common? object to reconquer the rights ofb) Slavic Language individual liberty.” 5) Who gave Greece help? Why?c) Christian Orthodox 1) Romantic Writers (Lord Byron) admired Greece 2) Britain, France & Russia to weaken Ottoman Empire 6) Notes on other revolts (p.147)
  113. 113. (p. 146-147) Central Europe Challenges The Old Order1. Identify on Map: Ottoman Empire, Serbia & Greece 2) Who did Serbia turn to for help?4) How did Greeks justify their war? Russia “a national war, a holy war, a war the3) What did the two have in common? object to reconquer the rights ofb) Slavic Language individual liberty.” 5) Who gave Greece help? Why?c) Christian Orthodox 1) Romantic Writers (Lord Byron) admired Greece 2) Britain, France & Russia to weaken Ottoman Empire 6) Notes on other revolts (p.147)a) Revolts in Southern Europe
  114. 114. (p. 146-147) Central Europe Challenges The Old Order1. Identify on Map: Ottoman Empire, Serbia & Greece 2) Who did Serbia turn to for help?4) How did Greeks justify their war? Russia “a national war, a holy war, a war the3) What did the two have in common? object to reconquer the rights ofb) Slavic Language individual liberty.” 5) Who gave Greece help? Why?c) Christian Orthodox 1) Romantic Writers (Lord Byron) admired Greece 2) Britain, France & Russia to weaken Ottoman Empire 6) Notes on other revolts (p.147)a) Revolts in Southern Europeb) Spain, Portugal, Italian States
  115. 115. (p. 146-147) Central Europe Challenges The Old Order1. Identify on Map: Ottoman Empire, Serbia & Greece 2) Who did Serbia turn to for help?4) How did Greeks justify their war? Russia “a national war, a holy war, a war the3) What did the two have in common? object to reconquer the rights ofb) Slavic Language individual liberty.” 5) Who gave Greece help? Why?c) Christian Orthodox 1) Romantic Writers (Lord Byron) admired Greece 2) Britain, France & Russia to weaken Ottoman Empire 6) Notes on other revolts (p.147)a) Revolts in Southern Europeb) Spain, Portugal, Italian Statesc) Metterich urged conservative rulers to crush uprisings
  116. 116. (p. 146-147) Central Europe Challenges The Old Order1. Identify on Map: Ottoman Empire, Serbia & Greece 2) Who did Serbia turn to for help?4) How did Greeks justify their war? Russia “a national war, a holy war, a war the3) What did the two have in common? object to reconquer the rights ofb) Slavic Language individual liberty.” 5) Who gave Greece help? Why?c) Christian Orthodox 1) Romantic Writers (Lord Byron) admired Greece 2) Britain, France & Russia to weaken Ottoman Empire 6) Notes on other revolts (p.147)a) Revolts in Southern Europeb) Spain, Portugal, Italian Statesc) Metterich urged conservative rulers to crush uprisingsd) Liberal & nationalist demands
  117. 117. (p. 146-147) Central Europe Challenges The Old Order1. Identify on Map: Ottoman Empire, Serbia & Greece 2) Who did Serbia turn to for help?4) How did Greeks justify their war? Russia “a national war, a holy war, a war the3) What did the two have in common? object to reconquer the rights ofb) Slavic Language individual liberty.” 5) Who gave Greece help? Why?c) Christian Orthodox 1) Romantic Writers (Lord Byron) admired Greece 2) Britain, France & Russia to weaken Ottoman Empire 6) Notes on other revolts (p.147)a) Revolts in Southern Europeb) Spain, Portugal, Italian Statesc) Metterich urged conservative rulers to crush uprisingsd) Liberal & nationalist demandse) Workers support socialism

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