History 1401E Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Frederick William Iv Of Prussia, Frankfurt Parliament, National Workshops

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Monday, November 30, 2015
History Lecture
In the Wake of the 1848 Revolutions
-The 1848 Revolutions: Uneasy Triumphs
1830 and 1848 — two waves of revolution sweeping through Europe
-after years of rising tensions, the 1848 revolutions occurs
sharply deteriorating economic context
simple correlation between middle classes and popular classes
to push an uprising, you need ideology and bodies
-theories and good ideas combined with a mass of people supporting your
cause has the potential to intimidate a leader
freedom/demand
-freedom of the press — being revolutionized by the invention of steam-
pressed printer
-social reforms // limited
advances, ambitious,
practically speaking —
they were limited
advances of social
reforms
-most revolutionary
movements only
managed to maintain
their power for a few
months before falling
apart
after revolution, there
is typically a counter-wave that abolishes all forms of reforms reached from the
revolution
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The 1848 revolutions: uneasy triumphs: 1830 and 1848 two waves of revolution sweeping through europe. After years of rising tensions, the 1848 revolutions occurs: sharply deteriorating economic context, simple correlation between middle classes and popular classes, to push an uprising, you need ideology and bodies. Theories and good ideas combined with a mass of people supporting your cause has the potential to intimidate a leader: freedom/demand. Freedom of the press being revolutionized by the invention of steam- pressed printer. Social reforms // limited advances, ambitious, practically speaking they were limited advances of social reforms. Most revolutionary movements only managed to maintain their power for a few months before falling apart: after revolution, there is typically a counter-wave that abolishes all forms of reforms reached from the revolution. Monday, november 30, 2015: railroad traveling becoming a topic of discussion , the frankfurt parliament elected in the spring 1848.

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