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The Making of Modern Europe

HIST 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Water Frame, Luddite

Lecture5IndustrializationSEPT16141WhyBritainFirst2WhydidtheIndustrialRevolutionWork3WhydiditrevolutionizeUrbanSocietyPeopleactuallylivinginthe1820sand1830scoinedthetermIndustrialRevolutionPreconditionsforBritaintoIndustria...

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HIST 106
Paul Garfinkel
HIST 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Carbonari, Giuseppe Mazzini

Lecture4RestorationEurope18151848TheAftermathoftheFrenchRevolutionandNapoleonSept1614DualRevolutionPoliticallySocioeconomically1WhyandHowwasEuropeRestored2WhydidtheRestorationSparkpoliticalupheaval3Whydidtheseupheavalsspaw...

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HIST 106
Paul Garfinkel
Lecture 3.docx

Lecture3NapoleonSept914NapoleonBonaparte17991814ManGeneralCultofPersonalityForsomeNapoleonrepresentsacontinuationoftherevolutionforothersabetrayal1WhydidNBreturnFrancetoauthoritarianrule2Whywerehisreformssoenduring3Whydidh...

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HIST 106
Paul Garfinkel
Lecture 2.docx

Lecture2TheRevolutionaryDecadeSept91417891799PriortothislecturewehavediscussedtheModeratePhaseoftheRevolutionParliamentwithanelectoralbodyActivecitizenswiththepropertyqualificationsvsPassivecitizensForsomeNapoleonrepresent...

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HIST 106
Paul Garfinkel
HIST 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Carlsbad Decrees, Self-Determination, Reform Act 1832

Lecture questions: [1] Why (and how) was Europe “restored”? [2] Why did this “Restoration” spark so much political upheaval? [3] Why did these upheavals bolster new ideological movements? What was the Dual Revolution? ...

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HIST 106
Paul Garfinkel
HIST 106 Lecture Notes - September Massacres, Thermidorian Reaction, Planned Economy

The Revolutionary Decade 1. Why did the revolution become “radicalized” in 1792? a) The new constitution created a left wing and right wing split • Girondists: moderate liberals and pro-monarchists. Believed t...

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HIST 106
Paul Garfinkel
HIST 106 Lecture Notes - Russian Mafia, Civil Society, Kosovo Liberation Army

Lecture 24 – Europe Since 1989 [1] Why were reforms so painful in the post-1989 East? “The morning after” • State building is hard to do – nations had to rebuild like they did in 1919 or 1945 • Once you topp...

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HIST 106
Paul Garfinkel
HIST 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Tehran Conference, Arcadia Conference, West Germany

Lecture 19 – World War to Cold War The Cold War began very gradually, growing out of the end of World War II • Late 1942 German war (racist war) had ended and the allies (Britain, US, USSR) decided that they...

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HIST 106
Paul Garfinkel
HIST 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: War Communism, Kulak, Machine Tool

Lecture 17 – Stalinism In a previous lecture we left off with Civil War and the NEP Wars under Lenin NEP/1920’s • After all the violence, famine and starvation of the Civil War, Lenin felt like it was necess...

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HIST 106
Paul Garfinkel
HIST 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Weimar Coalition, Weimar Constitution, Dawes Plan

Lecture 14 – Versailles, Wiemar, Fascism: European Experiments [1] Why was the Paris Peace Conference the first postwar experiment? Paris Peace Conference − The allies attempt to rebuild Europe in 1918 − Vers...

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HIST 106
Paul Garfinkel
HIST 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: House Of Bourbon, Francophile, July Revolution

Lecture 6: Revolutions of 1848 (reading: chapter 21, pp. 645-653) Lecture questions: [1] Why was there more revolutionary upheaval in 1848? [2] Why did revolutions break out and soon fail? [3] Why were some countries spare...

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HIST 106
Paul Garfinkel
HIST 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hereditary Monarchy, Prude, Civilizing Mission

Lecture 8: Britain, France, Russia: Nation-building after 1850 (reading: chapter 22, pp. 674- 676, 680-688) NOTE: For Kagan’s coverage of the Revolution of 1905 in Russia, please jump ahead to Chapter 23, pp. 714-721. Lec...

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HIST 106
Paul Garfinkel
Hist 106 Lecture 23.doc

Lecture 23 – The Collapse of Communism 1989-91 Fall 1989 – the world watches in amazement as the Eastern Bloc dissolves. The government is replaced by non communisms in peaceful fashions, excluding Romania. • Sovie...

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HIST 106
Paul Garfinkel
HIST 106 Lecture Notes - Nikita Khrushchev, Cuban Missile Crisis, Eastern Bloc

Lecture 21- Behind the Iron Curtain − The evolution of the Eastern bloc from WWII to 1968 and the Prague Spring Eastern Bloc How it was created − Most of Eastern Europe are satellite states − WW II means t...

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HIST 106
Paul Garfinkel
HIST 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Polish Corridor, Mitteleuropa, Lebensraum

Lecture 18 – World War II the Road to War and the German phase – 1942 This lecture looks at “Hitler’s War” – Nazis and the fulfillment of racist war and the new Nazi order. [1] Why did Europe descend into war again in ...

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HIST 106
Paul Garfinkel

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