5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Switzerland agreed to remain neutral
- Treaty of Adrianople
- Clemens Von Metternich
- Ferdinand VII
- 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.
- b The French foreign minster at the time of the Quadruple Alliance,
- c Agreement that gave Greece its independence. The Ottoman Turks agreed to submit to the terms offered by England, France, and Russia
- 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.
- e In order to keep its constitutional government, what did Switzerland agree to?
5 Multiple choice questions
- Spain and the Two Sicilies reinstated rulers, abolished the constitutions and returned to what kind of governmnent
- Extremists who not only oppose change, but generally would like to turn the clock back to the way things were before
- The unique cultural identity of a people based on common language, religion, and national symbols
- Russia was given most of this territory by the Congress of Vienna
- What was Britain given by the Congress of Vienna?
5 True/False questions
Piedmont, Nice, Savoy, and Genoa. → What did Sardinia receive from the Congress of Vienna?
half of Saxony, parts of Poland, and other German territories → Prussia was given these territories by the Congress of Vienna
Quadruple Alliance → Alliance 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
Balance of Power → Extremists who not only oppose change, but generally would like to turn the clock back to the way things were before
George Canning → Great Britain's foreign secretary, wanted to get away from the autocratic states of Europe. He withdrew England from the Quintuple Alliance in 1822.