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World History Chapter 17
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__________ was the Austrian diplomat who exerted such an influence over European politics that the era of 1815 to 1848 is named after him
__________ was invited to assume the French throne after Napoleon's defeat
Which Quintuple Alliance member strongly opposed the plan to restore the Spanish colonies in the Western Hemisphere?
President __________ warned European nations against establishing colonies in the Western Hemisphere
In 1830, __________ was forced to flee France after the people of Paris revolted against his attempts to restrict certain freedoms
Treaty of London
Established Belgium's independence and neutrality
All men can vote
French Constitution of 1848 established universal manhood suffrage which means. . .
__________ was a French leader who staged a coup d'etat in 1851
Which Russian czar replaced westernization with Russification?
__________ was the first major international conflict after the defeat of Napoleon
Who represented France at the Congress of Vienna?
Compensation France paid to other nations for war damages
Who was the "citizen king" who replaced Charles X in France?
__________ was primarily responsible for unifying Italy
__________ had followers called Red Shirts
__________ was the architect of German unification
The Dual Monarchy made Austria equal partners with what other nation?
__________ was the Russian czar that abolished serfdom in 1861 but was assassinated in 1881
What cultural movement gave literary and artistic expression to the concepts of "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity"?
__________ was a nurse during the Crimean War and was made a national heroine in Great Britain
Italian nationalist movement
The policy of doing whatever is necessary to obtain national goals is known as __________
What great Russian poet who supported the Decembrist Revolt in 1825 used nationalism as a major theme in his writings?
__________ bridged the gap between classical and romantic music
__________ was the great opera composer associated with the cause of Italian unification
British romantic poet who sought to live life free of restraint (including moral restraints); died in Greek war for independence
wrote "Kubla Kahn" and "Rime of the Ancient Mariner"
American novelist, author of "The Last of the Mohicans" - glorified the noble savage
wrote the play "Faust" (story of a man who sold his soul to the devil in return for 24 years of youth)
authors of German fairy tales
author of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" and "Les Misérables"
wrote mysterious and emotional poems and short stories; author of "The Raven"
one of the most famous romantic novelists and author of "Ivanhoe" (story set during English king Richard the Lionhearted)
German composer who bridged gap between classical and romantic music; added trombone & piccolo to orchestra
British painter famous for landscapes - love of nature - used greens rather than browns
most famous neoclassical painter
Broke from neoclassicism, "The Great Romantic" used bold colors, exciting scenes; "Liberty Leading the People"
Composer and accompanied pianist from Hungary, most famous composition is "Hungarian Rhapsodies"
Russian composer of symphonies and ballets(The Nutcracker)
Wrote operas that inspired German nationalism
After liberal Revolution in 1830 and 1848 France ended up with a __________
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