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  1. Austro-Prussian War/Seven Weeks' War
  2. Peninsulares
  3. Realism
  4. Victor Emmanuel II
  5. War with France
  1. a literature and visual arts tried to show life as it was, not as it should be; realist painting reflected the increasing political importance of the working class in the 1850's; novels also proved suitable to describe workers' suffering
  2. b (1858) Italy and France allied vs. Austria for Lombardy and Venetia→ got only Lombardy
  3. c top of Spanish-American society: Spanish-born colonists; only ones who could hold office
  4. d the King of Piedmont-Sardinia; leader in unification movement of Italy
  5. e (1866) Bismarck charges Austria with not recognizing rights of Holstein people; Austria declares war on Prussia and Bismarck defeats Austria with military power
    -Holstein- taken by Bismarck
    -Venetia- Cavour aided Bismarck and got Venetia

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. focusing on modernizing the economy as well as politics; going from old to new Europe; time of progression/innovation
  2. Czar of Russia; Nicholas' son; modernized/industrialized Russia; freed the serfs and worked on political liberalization and economic modernization; assassinated by radical anarchists; which halted further political liberation
  3. Bismarck's policy; "politics of reality" opposed to politics of idealism; seeks to do what is practical and possible rather than high-in-the-sky idealism; through war, sacrifice, and industrialization as opposed to idealistic, complete revolution
  4. rather than realism; a style of painting that became popular to catch a moment as it would look at a glance; used pure, shimmering colors to capture a moment in time; wanted to show impression of subject or a moment in time
  5. chancellor/prime minister to Wilhelm I of Prussia; Junker; the father of German unification; led unification of Germany and believed in "realpolitik" he believed unification would be achieved " by blood and iron"

5 True/False questions

  1. Dom PedroGerman for "emperor" King Wilhelm I of Prussia was crowned Kaiser January 18, 1871 at Versailles; signifies formal establishment of Germany as an independent; humiliating to France

          

  2. German Confederationmade in the Congress of Vienna; dominated by Austria (and Prussia); 39 German states that included parts of Prussia and was led mainly by Metternich until revolts of 1848 made Prussia the forerunner; much larger than Rhine, included Rhine and Prussia and Austrian Empire

          

  3. Ems Dispatchlast territory controlled by RCC; taken by nationalists in Italy; Italy vs. Papal states → Italy got Rome; pope was angry and so imposed self captivity in the Vatican

          

  4. Emperor Napoleon IIInephew of Napoleon Bonaparte; formerly Louis-Napoleon made himself Emperor Napoleon III after winning presidential election; he was accepted with popular favor; France experienced real prosperity under his rule; public works, industrialization, answered social question

          

  5. Kaiserliterature and visual arts tried to show life as it was, not as it should be; realist painting reflected the increasing political importance of the working class in the 1850's; novels also proved suitable to describe workers' suffering

          

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