5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Who and with what form of media was considered the pinnacle of German nationalism?
- Who were radicals and what did they believe?
- When was a moderate constitution created in France, and what did it call for?
- What did the liberals in Germany want to do?
- Who were the only nation-states in Europe as of 1815?
- a Radicals were those that favored drastic change to extend democracy to all people. They believed that governments should practice the ideals of the French Revolution - liberty, quality, and brotherhood.
- b Richard Wagner with his operas and cycle of four musical dramas called (italicized) Der Ring des Nibelungen.
- c Gather the many different German states into a single nation-state.
- d 1848 - it called for a parliament and a strong president to be elected by the people.
- e France, England, and Spain
5 Multiple choice questions
- radical demand for democratic government
- teachers, lawyers, business people.
- 1821 (March 25 to be exact)
- The Greeks
- France, Great Britain, Sardinia, and the Ottoman Empire
5 True/False questions
Who was King Charles X of France replaced by in 1830 when he fled to Great Britain? → He tried to stage a return to absolute monarchy, causing riots that forced Charles to flee to Great Britain.
Why did Russia lose the Crimean was in 1856 to combined forces of France, Sardinia, Great Britain, and the Ottoman Empire? → Freeing them would anger the andowners, whose support the czars needed to stay in power.
Where, when, and why did nationalist riots break out against Dutch rule? → When a nation had its own independent government.
Even though revolution was frowned upon during the time period, why did the Europeans support the Greeks? → 1821 (March 25 to be exact)
What were negative results of nationalism? → 1) It forced assimilation of minority cultures into a nation's majority culture, 2) it caused ethnic cleansing, such as in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 1990s, 3) it caused the rise of extreme nationalistic movements, such as Nazism, 4) it caused the competition between nations that led to warfare.