Chapter 23

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Wolfgang Von Goethe

1749 - 1832

Count Henri De Saint-Simon

1760 - 1825

Germaine de Stael

1766 - 1817

William Wordsworth

1770 - 1850

Georg Hegel

1770 - 1831

Ludwig Van Beethoven

1770 - 1827

Walter Scott

1771 - 1832

Charles Fourier

1772 - 1837

Samuel Taylor Coleridge

1772 - 1834

Prince Klemens Von Metternich

1773 - 1859

Joseph M. W. Turner

1775 - 1851

John Constable

1776 - 1837

Adam Smith's "Inquiry into the Nature and Causes o the Wealth of Nations"

1776

The First Peace of Paris

1792

Eugene Delacroix

1798 - 1963

Wordsworth and Coleridge Published "Lyrical Ballads"

1798

Aleksander Pushkin

1799 - 1837

Victor Hugo

1802 - 1885

George Sand

1804 - 1876

Pierre Joseph Poudhan

1809 - 1865

de Stael's "On Germany"

1810

Louis Blanc

1811 - 1882

Franz Liszt

1811 - 1886

Louis XVIII's Constitutional Charter of 1814

1814

Austria, Prussia, and Russia embark on a Crusade Against the Dual Revolution

1815 - 1848

Alexander I of Russia Wanted to Restore Poland, Almost Causing a War

1815

The Holy Alliance was Formed

1815

Corn Laws

1815

Karl Marx

1818 - 1883

Carlsbad Decrees

1819

Battle of Peterloo

1819

Six Acts

1819

Friedrich Engles

1820 - 1895

Revolutionaries Succeeded in Forcing the Monarchies for Liberal Constituions

1820

Revolt in Greece

1821

Austrian Forces Marched Into Naples

1821

Charles X

1824 - 1830

Nicholas I of Russia

1825 - 1855

Great Britain, France, and Russia Directed Turkey to Accept and Armistice

1827

French Forces took the Capital of Algiers

1830

Louis Philippe

1830 - 1848

Hugo's "Hunchback of Notre Dame"

1831

Reform Bill of 1832

1832

Ferdinand I

1835 - 1848

"People's Charter" of 1838

1838

Blanc's "Organization of Work"

1839

English Parliament Grants all Men the Right to Vote

1839

Anti Corn Laws League Founded

1839

William IV

1840 - 1861

Poudhan's "What is Property"

1840

The Ten Hours Act

1847

Marx and Engles Published "The Communist Manifesto"

1848

Francis Joseph

1848 - 1916

Barricades Went Up in France

1848

Austrian Government Abolished Serfdom

1848

Austrian Forces Crush a Revolt in Prague

1848

Louis Philippe Abdicates the Throne

1848

The National Assembly Elected Ferdinand William Emperor of German State

1849