Revolution, Liberalism, and Nationalism in Europe, 1789-1914

The first test in History 329 will take place about the 15th of February 2005 and it will cover the French Revolution, Napoleonic France, and International and Domestic Relations from the Congress of Vienna to the Revolutions of 1848. It will consist of 8 Short Answer questions (40 points), Multiple-choice questions (30 points), and Matching questions (30 points). Short Answers should incorporate responses to the following questions: who? what? why? where? and when? and specific historical examples from the lectures, the readings assigned in Merriman, A History of Modern Europe and the handouts.
 
The French Revolution, 1789-1799

Causes of the French Revolution
The French Revolution
Calling of the Estates-General
Cahiers de doléances
Abbé Emmanuel-Joseph Siéyès (1748-1837)
National Assembly
Revolutionary Crowd
5 May, 4 August, and 14 July 1789
Declaration of Rights of Man and Citizen
Const. of 1791 & the Reorganization of France
Liberté, égalité, fraternité
Civil Constitution of the Clergy (1790)
First French Republic (1791-1799)
Emigrés and Opposition to the Revolution
Jacobin Club & Sans-culottes
Declaration of Pillnitz (27 August 1791
Committee of Public Safety
Convention and the Terror (1793-1794)
Levee en masse
Maximilian de Robespierre (1758-1794)
Republic of Virtue
The Directory (1795-1799)
Conspiracy of Equals (Babeuf)
18 Brumaire (Bonaparte's Coup d'état)

Napoleonic Europe, 1799-1814/1815

Constitution of the Year VIII (1799)
Code Napoleon
Jacques-Louis David (1748-1825)
Italian Campaign & Treaty of Campoformio
Rosetta Stone
Career Open to Talent
Concordat of 1801
Campaign of 1805/1806
Treaties of Tilsit (1807)
The Grand Empire
Continental System (1806)
Peninsular War (1808-1813) 
Stein-Hardenberg Reforms (Prussia)
Russian Campaign of 1812
War of Liberation (1813-1814)
The Hundred Days and Waterloo (1815)

International Relations, 1815-1848

Congress of Vienna (1814-1815)

The Vienna Settlement (1815)
Klemens von Metternich (1773-1859)
Deutscher Bund (Germanic Confederation)
Holy Alliance & Quadruple/Quintuple Alliance
Austria as a Multi-national State
Burschenschaften & Wartburg Festival (1817)
Concert of Europe, 1815-1848 & Congress System
Peterloo Massacre (1819)
Greek Revolution
The "Eastern Question"
"The Sick man of Europe"
Serbian Autonomy
Treaty of Adrianople (1829)

The European States, 1815-1848

Parliamentary Reform (Great Britain)
Corn Laws/Free Trade Debate (England)
Robert Peel
Chartism and Political Reform
Bourbon Restoration (1814/1815-1830)
Charter of 1814 (France)
Louis XVIII (1814-1824) and Charles X (1824-30)
Revolution of 1830
"King of the French" (Louis Philippe)
July Monarchy (1830-1848)
Honoré Daumier (1808-1879)
Second Republic (1848-1851)
Vormarz Era (Pre-1848 Germany) & Zollverein
National Minorities Problem (Austria)
Risorgimento (Italy)
Tsar Alexander (Russia; 1801-1825)
Tsar Nicholas I (Russia; 1825-1855)
Decembrist Revolt (1825)
"Orthodoxy, Autocracy, and Nationalism" 

The Revolutions of 1848

Revolutions of 1848
February Revolution (France)
June Days (France, 1848)
Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte (1808-1873)
Three-tiered Voting (Prussia)
Frankfurt Parliament (1848)
Kleindeutschland/Grossdeutschland (Germany)
General Alfred Windischgrätz (1787-1862)
Roman Republic (1848)
Blood and Iron (Otto von Bismarck)

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