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Napoleon was defeated and overthrown in 1815. During his reign, which began in 1799, Napoleon's internal policies had made France stronger and allowed the country to have dominance over a large portion of Europe.

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When did the american revoution start?

The Revolutions of 1848 was a series of political uprisings throughout Europe. They began in Sicily, moved on to France, Germany, back to Italy and the Austrian Empire. The entire series of revolutions ended in failure.

Explain the effect of conservatism in 1848?

Conservatism in 1848 led to many of the European revolutions. Wanting to achieve a smaller government, kings were deposed because of it.

What countries were involved in the revolution of 1848?

In 1848 there were revolutions or attempted revolutions in many European countries, and in particular in: * France * The Kingdom of the Two Sicilies * Many other Italian states * Prussia and many of the German states * Austria, the Czech Lands, Croatia * Hungary

In 1789 how were the people in Europe affected by the French Revolutions of 1830 and 1848?

They were impacted by the actions and the knowledge from the American and French Revolutions, on just how precious liberty and freedom are. It made people in other countries think on how to gain the same power for themselves and the other citizens of the countries in which they lived.

How did the Revolutions of 1848 benefit Louis Napoleon?

The revolution of 1848 meant the end of king Louis Philippe's rule. The Second Republic was declared, and its Constitution gave much power to a directly elected President. When the election for the Presidency was held in late 1848, Louis Napoleon put forward his candidacy and he went on to win the election, becoming the Republic's President.

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What were the failures of the European revolutions of 1848?

Most of the Revolutions of 1848 were not well organized enough to have a lasting impact. The participants did not have enough of a common goal.

What was the only European great power that didnt experience revolutions in 1830 and in 1848?

Great Britain after Napoleons final defeat in 1812 the Great British Empire expanded and had political stability in them periods

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Many countries were involved in the European revolutions of 1848 such as France, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, and Austria. However, this uprising had little political impact though it eliminated feudalism in Austria and Prussia and inspired reform in Denmark and the Netherlands.

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The 1789 French Revolution is called the Springtime of Peoples?

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