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  1. Talleyrand
  2. Switzerland agreed to remain neutral
  3. Treaty of Adrianople
  4. Clemens Von Metternich
  5. Ferdinand VII
  1. a King of Spain who was returned to the throne by the Congress of Vienna. A revolt occurred in Spain after he removed the constitution put in place by Napoleon. Four members of the Quintuple Alliance sent the French into Spain to crush the revolt.
  2. b The French foreign minster at the time of the Quadruple Alliance,
  3. c Agreement that gave Greece its independence. The Ottoman Turks agreed to submit to the terms offered by England, France, and Russia
  4. d Austria's foreign minister, a prince, who helped orchestrate Austria's role in Europe via the Congress of Vienna and "architect"
    of the Congress.
  5. e In order to keep its constitutional government, what did Switzerland agree to?

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Spain and the Two Sicilies reinstated rulers, abolished the constitutions and returned to what kind of governmnent
  2. Extremists who not only oppose change, but generally would like to turn the clock back to the way things were before
  3. The unique cultural identity of a people based on common language, religion, and national symbols
  4. Russia was given most of this territory by the Congress of Vienna
  5. What was Britain given by the Congress of Vienna?

5 True/False questions

  1. Piedmont, Nice, Savoy, and Genoa.What did Sardinia receive from the Congress of Vienna?

          

  2. half of Saxony, parts of Poland, and other German territoriesPrussia was given these territories by the Congress of Vienna

          

  3. Quadruple AllianceAlliance of Russia, Austria, and Prussia to safeguard the principles of Christianity and maintain the international status quo after the Napoleonic Wars. Formed by Alexander I

          

  4. Balance of PowerExtremists who not only oppose change, but generally would like to turn the clock back to the way things were before

          

  5. George CanningGreat Britain's foreign secretary, wanted to get away from the autocratic states of Europe. He withdrew England from the Quintuple Alliance in 1822.