Chapter 19 and 20

Brian Le Period 1 Collins

General/Political History(Wars, Rules, Treaties...)

Revolution in Haiti

1791 - 1804

-Haiti revolted against France and became independent

Treaty of Campo Formio

1797


-Removed Austria out of the war and made Napoleon's campaign successful

Constitution of the Year VIII

1799

-Issued by Napoleon and he became the ruler of France

Combination Acts

1799

-outlawed workers' organizations or unions

The Consulate in France

1799 - 1804

-Ended the French revolution

Treaty of Luneville

1801

-removed Austria from the war

Treaty of Campio Formio

1801

-redistribution of territories along the Rhine River.

Treaty of Amiens

1802

-Brought peace to Europe

Napoleon I Rule

1804 - 1814


-Emperor of France, dominated most of Europe, Enlightened Despot, established Napoleonic Code and Continental System.

Napoleonic Code

1804

-established by Napoleon that spread throughout Europe making all of the territories under France have the exact same laws.

Battle of Trafalgar

1805

-Lord Nelson destroyed French and Spanish ships and died

Treaty of Pressburg

1805

-France Won major concessions from Austria
-Napoleon king of Italy

Creation of the Confederation of the Rhine

1806

-made by Napoleon in Germany that included many western german princes.

Berlin Decrees

1806

-Napoleon forbid his allies from importing British goods

Treaty of Tilsit

1807

-Prussia lost half of territory to France
-Prussia openly became allies with France
-Russia secretly did

Continental System

1807

-All nations stop trading with Britain

Milan Decree

1807

-Stopped neutral nations from trading with Britain

Peace of Schonbrunn

1809

-deprived Austria of much territory and 3.5 million subjects

Battle of Wagram

1809

-French again Austrians, French won

Russian Withdrawal

1810

-Russia withdrew from continental system and began to prepare for war against France

Napoleon's exile 1

1814

-Napoleon exiled to Elba

Treaty of Chaumont

1814

-Re-established the Bourbons to the French throne

Establishment of the Congress of Vienna

1814

-Quadruple Alliance was to meet at Vienna to fix problems
-Britain, Austria, Prussia, Russia

100 days

1815

-Napoleon returned from Elba, rose to power, and was crushed at Waterloo

Battle of Waterloo

1815

-Napoleon's last battle after returning from Elba

Napoleon's Exile 2

1815

-After the Battle of Waterloo, Napoleon was exiled to St. Helena

Corn Laws

1815

-Fixed the prices of grain in England in order to raise the income of the aristocracy

Congress of Aix-la-Chapelle

1818

-four major powers removed their troops from France, which had paid its war reparations, and readmitted France to good standing among the European nations

Carlsbad Decree

1819

-Dissolved the Burschenschaften, provided for university inspectors and press censors

Six Acts

1819

-passed by parliament that forbade large unauthorized public meetings, raised the fines for seditious libel, speeded up the trials of political agitators, increased newspaper taxes, prohibited the training of armed groups, and allowed local officials to search homes in certain disturbed counties.

Peterloo Massacre

1819

-Massacre in Manchester at Saint Peter's Fields

Congress of Troppau

1820

-issued Protocol of Troppau led by Tsar Alexander I and the three eastern powers

Protocol of Troppau

1820

-asserted that stable governments might intervene to restore order in countries experiencing revolution

Napoleon Dies

1821

-Died on St. Helena

Greek Revolution

1821

-Greece revolted against the Ottomans and became independent.

Congress of Verona

1822

-Allowed France to intervene in Spain

Decembrist Revolt

1825

-Revolt of the Russians against the new tsar Nicholas I and also wanted to end serfdom.

Catholic Emancipation Act

1829

-Roman Catholics could now be members of parliament

Serbian Independence

1830

-Serbia revolted against Ottoman Rule and also became independent

July Revolution

1830

-Revolt in France to remove Charles X as king because of his policies

Belgium Independence

1830

-Belgium became independent

Great Reform Bill

1832

-Passed by Parliament that doubled the size of voters and allowed Catholics in Parliament

Religion

Creation of Methodism

1739

-Created and spread by John Wesley that emphasized the role of enthusiastic, emotional experience as a part of Christian conversion

Organic Articles of 1802

1802

-Established the state over the church in France

Thinkers, Authors/Books, Ideas,... Individual.

Jean Jacques Rousseau

1712 - 1788

-Provided the foundations for Romaticism

Immanuel Kant

1724 - 1804

-Provided the foundations for Romanticism

Johann Gottfried Herder

1744 - 1803

German, leader, critic of european colonization, rejected mechanical explanation of nature

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

1749 - 1832

-Greatest German writer of modern times
-Romanticism writer

Admiral Horatio Nelson

1758 - 1805

-Destroyed the French fleet at Abukir, and he was a British Admiral

Joseph Boneparte

1768 - 1844

-Brother of Napoleon put as the King of Spain

German Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

1770 - 1831

-developed the cycle of thesis, antithesis, and synthesis

Klemens von Metternich

1773 - 1859

-Austrian foreign minister negotiated peace that would leave Napoleon powerless.

Frederick William III

1797 - 1840

-King of Prussia and established eight provincial estates or diets

Tsar Alexander I

1801 - 1825

-suggested that the Quadruple Alliance agree to uphold the borders and the existing governments of all European countries

Ferdinand VII

1814 - 1833

-Bourbon, replaced Napoleon to the throne, dissolved the parliament and ruled alone

Charles X

1824 - 1830

-King of France that believed in rule by divine right.

Nicholas I

1825 - 1855
  • Younger brother of Alexander I and replaced him of tsar,

Louis Philippe

1830 - 1848

-replaced Charles X as king and he was called the king of french.

Art

Viscount Castlereagh

1769 - 1822

-British, chief architect of the Vienna settlement

Neo-Gothicism

1850 - 1914

-Romanticism art that would be based on medieval concepts, nature, and imagination

Misc.