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Nationalism

Nationalism in Europe

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Why was Napoleon able to conquer much of Europe? He took over weak countries one at a time
What was decided at the Congress of Vienna? To redraw the boundary lines where they were before
Which two countries were formed because of nationalism? Italy and Germany
When several small countries unite to form one larger country it is called _______. unification
The desire of a group of people with a shared history and culture to have self-rule is called _____. nationalism
Why would countries want to have unification? to become more powerful and avoid invasions
In the revolutions of 1830 and 1848, what did people want to change about the government? they wanted more of a limited government
In the revolutions of 1830 and 1848, why would many people want to end the aristocracy? they wanted to end special privileges based on heredity
Why would nationalism cause some countries to become aggressive? they wanted to show how powerful they were
Who led the German unification movement? Otto von Bismarck and Kaiser Wilhelm
Who led the Italian unification movement? Victor Emmanuel and Giuseppe Garibaldi
What was the purpose of the Congress of Vienna? to determine what to do with the land that was conquered in the Napoleonic Wars
Created by: lcarson