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COV thru Nationalism

Congress of Vienna Through Nationalism 7.5, 8.2 and 8.3

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The belief that people should be loyal to others who share a common culture, history or language rather than to a king or empire. Nationalism
The belief that people share the right to have representation in the government. Republicanism
Usually a wealthy property owner or a member of the nobility, they believed in protecting the traditional monarchies of Europe. Conservatives
Mostly middle-class business leaders and merchants, they wanted to give more power to elected parliaments, but only allow the educated to vote. Liberals
When a nation had its own independent government it became this. Nation-state
They favored drastic change to extend democracy to ALL people. Radicals
The first people to win self-rule during the 19th century. They challenged Ottoman rule and won independence in 1821 with the help of Britain and France. Greece
Mergers of politically divided but culturally similar lands are this TYPE OF NATIONALIST MOVEMENT Unification
Type of Nationalist movement; when culturally distinct groups resist being added to a state or try to break away. Separation
An example of a separation movement Greeks
An example of a unification movement Germany
Name the three aging empires of the 19th century Austrian, Russian, Ottoman
What it was called when the Romanov family forced Russian culture on all the ethnic groups in the empire. Russification
The German state that led Germany's unification movement in the late 1800's. Prussia
The German prime minister who practiced the "politics of reality" and unified Germany through warfare. Bismarck
The war between Prussia and France that helped to win support for unification among southern German states. Franco-Prussian
The Austrian leader at the Congress of Vienna who was the most influential person there. Metternich
A goal at the Congress of Vienna; the desire to order Europe in a way that no country in Europe could easily overpower the other. Balance of Power
A goal at the Congress of Vienna; the principle that monarchs were the rightful rulers of Europe and should be restored to their thrones. Legitimacy
This ruler was removed from power after as a result of the Revolutions of 1848. Metternich
Created by: Silviusw