AP Euro 2nd semester timeline

Chapter 20

Toussaint L'Ouverture

1743 - 1803

Leader of the Haiti revolution.


1770 - 1828

Prime minster of England. Established the corn law.


1773 - 1859

Principle of legitimacy. Ruled concert of Europe.

Louis Philippe

1773 - 1850

Liberal "king of french". Realized Frances problems.

Principals of 1789


Led to equality freedom of press and religious toleration.

Revolution in Haiti

1791 - 1804

Only known revolt in history that slaves revolted and succeeded.

William III

1797 - 1840

Promised to rule by a constitution, but then failed to do so when he was crowned king.

Combination Acts


Act outlawed organizations, and unions.

Decembrist Revolution

1801 - 1826

Tsar Alexander I took the leading role domestically and internationally in suppressing liberalism and nationalism.

Mexican Independce


Received independence from spain in 1801.

Serbian Independce

1804 - 1813

Created a war against the Ottomans. Helped shape the Siberian self identity. 1830 leader Obernovich negotiated independence.

Haiti Independence


Haiti became independence from France in 1804.

Creole Discontent

1808 - 1810

They were unhappy with the trade policies in Spain.


1808 - 1810

Political committees that governed regions in Latin America.

Constitions of German States


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Coercion Acts


Suspension of habeas corpus and extended existing laws against seditious gatherings.

Peterloo Massacare


Protest against coercion acts and corn laws. Liberals versus conservative.

Carlsbad Decrees


Dissolved Burschenschaften; a group of German students who were against conservatism.

Spanish Revoultion


Ferdinand VII spanish king. He ignored the constitution. Citizens rebelled and he agreed to accept the constitution.

Greek Revolution


Revolted against the Ottoman Empire for their independence. Created the "Eastern Question". Other European countries got involved as this revolution created a lot of attention.

Charles X

1824 - 1830

Conservative. Created a low that punished sacrilege with imprisonment or death.

Elections of 1827


Liberals made Charles X compromise.

Catholic Emancipation Act


Liberal measure passed for conservative purpose of preserving order in Ireland.

Reform Bill


Gave representation throughout England.

Chapter 21

Britain and Slave trading


Britain had been trying to end the slave trading.


1828 - 1848

Cities began to get police to make their cities safer.

English Factory Act


Put restrictions on child labor.



Group of reformers who issued the Six Points of the Charter. 1. Universal male suffrage, 2. Annual election of the House of Commons, 3. The Secret ballot, 4. equal electoral districts, 5. abolition of property qualifications for the house of commons, 6. payment of salaries to members of the house of commons.

First Railway

1840 - 1850

Many railways were built. Allowed people to move from the country they were born in. Mode of transportation.

Irish Famine

1845 - 1847

Over 500,000 people starved to death.

Labor on adults


Parliament mandated a ten hour work day for adults.