CHAPTER 16 Section 1: The Unification of Italy Section 2: The Unification of Germany Section 3: Opposition to Bismarck Sec...
SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck liberal and democratic ideas non-Prussian politicians Social Democratic Party Catholics/C...
Prussia has led the way to German unification, but Bismarck faced opposition from groups within the German Empire … Israel...
Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck Bismarck didn’t get the absolute monarchy he wanted…....
Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck The Catholic Church presented special problems for Bi...
<ul><li>Anti-Catholic program </li></ul><ul><li>Pass strict laws to control Catholic clergy and schools </li></ul><ul><li>...
Israel and the Occupied Territories Visual Source Opposition to Bismarck
Bismarck wanted to transform Prussia into industrial giant . Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to B...
Israel and the Occupied Territories Visual Source Opposition to Bismarck The Social Democratic Party’s breakthrough in the...
Socialism in Germany <ul><li>Some believed actions of cartels led to lower wages and higher prices, wanted gov’t action </...
Bismarck’s Antisocialist Campaign <ul><li>Growing socialist support alarmed Bismarck </li></ul><ul><li>Assassination attem...
Israel and the Occupied Territories Political Cartoon Opposition to Bismarck
Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck <ul><li>Social Democratic representation still increa...
Israel and the Occupied Territories Visual Source Opposition to Bismarck This 1913 poster praises the German social insura...
Bismarck’s Resignation <ul><li>William I died, succeeded by son Fredrick III who also died, succeeded by g’son William II ...
Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck <ul><li>1890- Bismarck threatens to resign – William ...
Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck liberal and democratic ideas non-Prussian politicians Social Democratic Party Catholics/C...
Chapter Wrap-Up CHAPTER 16 <ul><ul><ul><li>1. How did differences in the goals of different political groups affect the un...
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  • Bismarck saw pope’s claim of the right to administer church property as foreign interference &amp; a threat-southern German states mostly Catholic PLUS Bismarck DID NOT trust Catholics
  • Rich stores of natural resources (coal + iron= steel) German gov’t owned railroads  managed them to promote industrial dvlpmt System of canals provided cheap but slow transportation German industrialization came later than GB &amp; France  could use most advanced methods &amp; machinery dvlpd elsewhere, w/ improvements Gov’t helped industry: standardized money &amp; banking laws throughout empire; centralized postal &amp; telegraph services; encouraged German industrialists to form cartels (union); adopted high tariff policy
  • Growing socialist support alarmed Bismarck Two attempts to assassinate him in 1878, had no ties to socialism but he still blamed it on them Emperor &amp; Bundesrat dissolved Reichstag &amp; called for new elections New laws prohibited newspapers, books, pamphlets, public meetings from spreading socialist ideas Social Democratic representation still increased  Bismarck’s new policy-“stealing the socialists’ thunder” Reforms according to new policy: insurance against sickness &amp; accidents paid for by employers, limited working hours, holidays from work, pensions for disabled &amp; retired These reforms did not wipe out socialism but eliminated many workers’ grievances
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    1. 1. CHAPTER 16 Section 1: The Unification of Italy Section 2: The Unification of Germany Section 3: Opposition to Bismarck Section 4: Reform and Revolution in Russia Section 5: Unrest in Austria-Hungary Nationalism in Europe
    2. 2. SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck liberal and democratic ideas non-Prussian politicians Social Democratic Party Catholics/Centre Party new kaiser Bismarck’s problems: Bismarck’s solutions: Final Outcome for Bismarck: help industry repress socialism social reforms Kulturkamf threaten to resign 16.3 Bell Ringer: What was the final outcome of the solutions to Bismarck’s problems?
    3. 3. Prussia has led the way to German unification, but Bismarck faced opposition from groups within the German Empire … Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck and a new boss.
    4. 4. Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck Bismarck didn’t get the absolute monarchy he wanted…. Some groups demanded a more liberal and democratic gov’t than he wanted to allow. Hannover’s representatives were in constant opposition to Prussia. The Catholic Bavarians remained skeptical of the new Empire.
    5. 5. Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck The Catholic Church presented special problems for Bismarck.
    6. 6. <ul><li>Anti-Catholic program </li></ul><ul><li>Pass strict laws to control Catholic clergy and schools </li></ul><ul><li>Diplomatic relations with Vatican were broken </li></ul><ul><li>Church property confiscated </li></ul><ul><li>Would end in failure 1887 </li></ul>Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck Kulturkampf
    7. 7. Israel and the Occupied Territories Visual Source Opposition to Bismarck
    8. 8. Bismarck wanted to transform Prussia into industrial giant . Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck <ul><li>Rich stores of natural resources </li></ul><ul><li>German gov’t owned </li></ul><ul><li>System of canals </li></ul><ul><li>German industrialization came later than GB & France </li></ul><ul><li>Gov’t helped industry </li></ul>
    9. 9. Israel and the Occupied Territories Visual Source Opposition to Bismarck The Social Democratic Party’s breakthrough in the Reichstag elections of February 20, 1890, is trumpeted in this facsimile of the front page of the party’s leading newspaper, Der Sozialdemokrat , on March 8, 1890.
    10. 10. Socialism in Germany <ul><li>Some believed actions of cartels led to lower wages and higher prices, wanted gov’t action </li></ul><ul><li>Socialist reformers advocated gov’t ownership of all major industries </li></ul><ul><li>German socialists formed Social Democratic Party - most members city workers, representation in Reichstag grew but Reichstag powerless to pass laws Bundesrat opposed </li></ul><ul><li>Reichstag was still good public forum </li></ul>Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
    11. 11. Bismarck’s Antisocialist Campaign <ul><li>Growing socialist support alarmed Bismarck </li></ul><ul><li>Assassination attempts against the Kaiser </li></ul><ul><li>Kaiser & Bundesrat dissolved Reichstag & called for new elections </li></ul><ul><li>New laws prohibited newspapers, books, pamphlets, public meetings from spreading socialist ideas </li></ul>Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
    12. 12. Israel and the Occupied Territories Political Cartoon Opposition to Bismarck
    13. 13. Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck <ul><li>Social Democratic representation still increased  Bismarck’s new policy -“stealing the socialists’ thunder” </li></ul><ul><li>Reforms according to new policy: insurance against sickness & accidents paid for by employers, limited working hours, holidays from work, pensions for disabled & retired </li></ul><ul><li>These reforms did not wipe out socialism but eliminated many workers’ grievances </li></ul>
    14. 14. Israel and the Occupied Territories Visual Source Opposition to Bismarck This 1913 poster praises the German social insurance system, which was implemented by Bismarck to &quot;take the wind out of the sails&quot; of the social democratic movement in the 1880s
    15. 15. Bismarck’s Resignation <ul><li>William I died, succeeded by son Fredrick III who also died, succeeded by g’son William II </li></ul><ul><li>William & Bismarck disagreed: William felt Bismarck had too much power, Bismarck resented this, felt William was too rash & undisciplined </li></ul>Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
    16. 16. Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck <ul><li>1890- Bismarck threatens to resign – William accepts! </li></ul><ul><li>William II seeks to expand Germany’s colonial empire  increased strength & size of military  brought them into competition w/GB </li></ul>Sir John Tenniel. &quot;Dropping the pilot.&quot; Punch. London: Punch Publications Ltd., March 1890.
    17. 17. Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
    18. 18. Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
    19. 19. Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
    20. 20. Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
    21. 21. Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
    22. 22. Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
    23. 23. Israel and the Occupied Territories SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck
    24. 24. SECTION 3 Opposition to Bismarck liberal and democratic ideas non-Prussian politicians Social Democratic Party Catholics/Centre Party new kaiser Bismarck’s problems: Bismarck’s solutions: resignation accepted Outcome: help industry repress socialism social reforms Kulturkamf threaten to resign
    25. 25. Chapter Wrap-Up CHAPTER 16 <ul><ul><ul><li>1. How did differences in the goals of different political groups affect the unification and nationalization of countries such as Germany and Russia? </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>2. To what extent did threats from other countries influence unification movements? </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>3. In what countries did common cultural backgrounds play a role in unification efforts? </li></ul></ul></ul>

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