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Why were Europeans upset with the congress of Vienna? The congress of vienna installed foreign control and rulers . they also restored the conservative monarchies and reinforced continued regional divisions.
What was the purpose of the revolutions of 1848 discontent with the congress of vienna
What country avoided revolution in 1848 and why? the united kingdom and because they were unaffected by the congress of vienna
How did Giuseppe Garbaldi help Italian unification? he was known as the "heart" of the movement and led the call for a revolution
How did count Camilo de Cavour help Italian unification? he was the "brain" of the movement and used political manipulation to unify italy
What war brought the Papal States to italy€ ? the franco-prussian war
Why were the Papal States the last to unify with italy€ ? it was independently ruled by the pope
What was the risorgimento€ ? the resurgence of the italian nationalists who wanted to bring back the roman empire beginning with the formation of the italian nation.
Who was Otto van Bismarck? led the final push in the german unification of the german-speaking people through the franco-prussian war
What is realpolitik? philosophy that says politics should be based on practlcality, efficiency, and efficacy
What was the nickname of Simon bolivar ? "the liberator"
What countries did Simon bolivar liberate ? Bolivia, colombia, peru, ecuador
Who is the father of Mexican independence? Miguel hidalgo
Who were the peninsulares? top of society, came from spain to the colonies to serve in the government as viceroys and colonial officers
Who were the creoles and why did they rebel? the children of the peninsulares , they rebelled because they wanted a representative govt.
Who is the father of Haitian independence? Toussaint L' ouverture
What was unique about the Haitian revolution? it abolished slavery
What was the purpose of the Monroe doctrine? it declared that if any euorpean power tried to harm latin america , then the usa would get involved to protect their country.
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