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kasandra brooks - chapter 20 timeline
french monarchy restored
bourbons restored to throne of France
a constitution created by Louis XVII in the event of him becoming a constitutional monarch
British Corn Laws of 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
1815 - 1819
student associations that dreamed of a united Germany
The Concert of Europe
new arrangement for resolving foreign policy issues.
main goal was to maintain the balance of power against new France aggression and against the military might of Russia.
russia, austria, prussia, form holy alliance
26 September 1815
agreed to act together in accordance with Christian principles
The Coercion Acts of 1817
suspended habeas corpus and extended existing laws about rebellious gathering
The Six Acts of 1819
attempted to prevent radical leaders from agitating and to give the authorities new power
banned Burschenschaften removed liberal university professors, and expanded the censorship of the press
The Protocol of Troppau
asserted that stable governments might intervene to restore order in countries experiencing revolution
February, 1821 - 1832
successful war of independence by Greek revolutionaries later assisted by Russia, the United Kingdom, France, + other Euro powers against Ottoman Empire
The Decembrist Revolt in Russia
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
act led by Daniel O’Connell and Irish nationalists to ensure representation of Catholic Irishmen in the Act of Union
The July Revolution of 1830
revolution of the workers of Paris in response to the Four Ordinances.
result of this revolution was the liberals of the Chamber of Deputies creating a constitutional monarchy and ending the Bourbon dynasty by establishing Louis Philippe as the new king of France
Great reform bill of 1832
first major bill to reform Parliament.
Instituted by the House of Commons
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