kasandra brooks - chapter 20 timeline

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The Charter

1814
  • a constitution created by Louis XVII in the event of him becoming a constitutional monarch

french monarchy restored

1814
  • bourbons restored to throne of France

Burchenschaften

1815 - 1819

student associations that dreamed of a united Germany

British Corn Laws of 1815

1815
  • a law passed by Parliament to maintain high prices for British produced grain by levying import taxes on foreign grain
  • with this law, Parliament sought to protect the interests of landed and wealthy classes

The Concert of Europe

1815

russia, austria, prussia, form holy alliance

26 September 1815
  • agreed to act together in accordance with Christian principles

The Coercion Acts of 1817

1817
  • suspended habeas corpus and extended existing laws about rebellious gathering

The Six Acts of 1819

1819

Carlsbad decrees

july, 1819

The Protocol of Troppau

october, 1820
  • asserted that stable governments might intervene to restore order in countries experiencing revolution

greek revolution

February, 1821 - 1832

The Decembrist Revolt in Russia

1825
  • the first rebellion in modern Russian history whose instigators had specific political goals, which were a constitutional government and the abolition of serfdom

Catholic Emancipation act of 1829

1829

The July Revolution of 1830

1830

Great reform bill of 1832

1832
  • first major bill to reform Parliament.
  • Instituted by the House of Commons