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Bismark put together new united north germany north german confederation -
oppression system..policy of king
Spanish sucession and prince Leopold pressure on bismark
Napoleon II negotiating triple alliance restrain Prussia from taking the south/defeat
Prussia but didnt go through -
ems telegram
napoleon got support bikmark careful
opportunity of successor of throne of spain old Spanish king was old and sick no
immediate heir
janurary 1871 imperial germany
Emperor (kalser) William I
Chancellor : Bismarek
Editing version made it appear that French ambassador had insulted the king to the
french it looked that king William was rude to the ambassador
Prussia army rai lways best army
Saddan blackest day in French history napoleon and 1000 troops brought down
naploneic empire ..end of napoleon the third
French became poor ate animals
Pari s under siege
July fall napoleon the third janurary 1871 bizmark proclaimed new german empire
southern states had come in hall of martyers at bersailles (palace of Louis the 14
th
)
1871 procalimation of german empire clumsy
King William I Kaiser Wilhelm i military and forgein policy appointed ministers
Bismarack Prussia minister president imperial germany chancellor
All states subjects to Prussia imperialism
Alliance with liberals bismark did this insisi t that necessary national measures taken
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Bismark put together new united north germany – north german confederation - oppression system..policy of king Spanish sucession and prince Leopold – pressure on bismark Napoleon II – negotiating triple alliance restrain Prussia from taking the south/defeat Prussia but didn’t go through - ems telegram napoleon got support – bikmark careful opportunity of successor of throne of spain – old Spanish king was old and sick – no immediate heir janurary 1871 imperial germany Emperor (kalser) William I Chancellor : Bismarek Editing version – made it appear that French ambassador had insulted the king – to the french it looked that king William was rude to the ambassador Prussia army – railways – best army Saddan – blackest day in French history – napoleon and 1000 troops brought down naploneic empire ..end of napoleon the third French – became poor – ate animals Paris under siege July fall napoleon the third – janurary 1871 bizmark proclaimed new german empire – southern states had come in – hall of martyers at bersailles (palace of Louis the 14 )h 1871 procalimation of german empire –clumsy King William I – Kaiser Wilhelm i – military and forgein policy appointed ministers Bismarack – Prussia – minister president imperial germany – chancellor All states subjects to Prussia – imperialism Alliance with liberals – bismark – did this insisit that necessary national measures taken www.notesolution.com Uniform coinage – mone
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