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59 Cards in this Set

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Romanticism - definition
Revolt against classicism and enlightenment
Main purpose of Congress of Vienna in 1815
To restore war torn Europe
Adam Smith
Wealth of Nations
J.W. von Goethe
Faust & Sorrows of Young Werner * Sturn und Drang
Germaine de Stael
On Germany -- Pushed for womens rights
Eugene Delacroix
Liberty Leading the People, The Death of Sardanapalus, Massacre at Chios -- Greek REvolution
Ludwig van Beethoven
9th Symphony - Choral
Sir Walter Scott
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Rime of the Ancient Mariner & Kubla Khan
Victor Hugo
Hunchback of Notre Dame & Hermani
Joseph W.M. Turner
Burning of the Houses of Parliament & Slave Ship
Frederic Chopin
works for piano. Sonata #2
Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Ger. fairy tales
Georg Hegel
dialetical process (thesis, antithesis, synthesis)
Johann Gottfried von Herder
cultural nationalism & volkgeist
Adolph Thiers & Francois Guizot
banquet 1848
Lord Geo. Gordon Byron
Prisoner of Chillon
Percy Bysshe Shelly
Ozymandias & Ode to the West Wind
Hector Berlioz
Symphonies Fantastique
Lajos Kossuth
leader Hungarian Revolution 1848
Felix Mendelssohn
Wedding March * J.S. Bach
Alfred Windischgratz
Austria - 1848
Theodore Gericault
Raft of the Medusa
John Keats
Ode on a Grecian Urn
Franz Schubert
leider & Erl Koenig
Jacques Louis David
A Marat , Death of Socrates , Oath of the Horatil
Simon Bolivar
George Washington of South America
England Representative in Congress of Vienna 1815
Viscount Robert Castlereagh & Duke of Wellington
Russian Representative in Congress of Vienna 1815
Czar Alexander I & his Holy Alliance
France Representative in Congress of Vienna 1815
Charles Tallyrand
Austrain Representative in Congress of Vienn 1815
Klemens von Metternich * he was overthrown by Revolution of 1848
Results of Principle of Legitimacy & Principle of Compensation
1. Russia received Finland and most of Poland, 2. England received Malta, Ceylon and South Africa. 3. South Africa got Belgium. 4. Sweden lost Finland and got Norway
wants to turn back clock to old times
Maintain Status Quo and stay exactly the same
wants to moderately change (gradually)
wants to make basic changes rapidly
Quadruple Alliance purpose?
To enforse reactionary views and to suppress revolutions * Austria , Prussia , Russia , France , (was England at first)
Principle of Cooperation with Quadruple Alliance
Concert of Europe
Purpose of Troppau Protocol
Englands new thing away from Quadruple Alliance
Monroe Doctrine
Western Hemisphere is closed to further colonies, England joins w/ U.S.
Revolutions of 1820-1821
Spain * Kingdom of 2 Sicilies
Leader of Kingdom of 2 Sicilies Revolt
Greek Revolutions 1820-1829
Greek revolted against Turkey and received aid from England, France, and Russia. * Weakens Turks
Charles X
"Ultra" (forced old Regime dominant policies)
middle of road dominancy
Louis Philippe
July / Bourgeois Monarchy
A student union in Germany that led the revolution in spite of Carlsbad Decree
Revolutions of 1848 Results
Liberal Constitution in Sardonia-Piedmont
Second Republic 1848 in France
ousts Louis Philippe
General Louis Cavaignac
takes over after Philippe and has June Days (time to suppress other revolts)
Louis Napoleion Bonaparte
runs against Cavaignac and wins
Frankfurt Assembly
Frederick William IV
Crown from a Gutter. head of Germany
Kline v. Gross Deutsch
allowed Frederick to suppress the revolution
Corn Law 1815
Helped Farmers by raising price of bread; repealed in 1846
Peterloo MAssacre 1819
& Six Acts 1829
Against Corn Law
England Aftermath
William IV king w/ whigs
Bill of 1832
Most of middle class gets vote
Chartist Movement
Universal male suffrage