Apush Revolution Dbq Analysis

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1280 words
1280 words

The Revolutions of 1830 were brutal, as shown in Belgium during their revolution. The revolution was mainly to obtain independence from the United Kingdom of the Netherlands. The revolution was targeted towards the leader, at the time, William I. This was partially a social rebellion because of the lower class faring less well. On top of this, the harvest of that year failed. After an opera in August, known as "La Muette de Portici", riots began to take place in Brussels that were not of the bourgeoisie. This only created more of an unrest throughout Belgium, and began a revolution. Although rebelling, a group of proletariat volunteers formed a committee to oversee the actions of the riots. On October 4th, 1830, independence was finally declared …show more content…

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  • Explains that the revolutions of 1830 were brutal, as shown in belgium during their revolution. the revolution was targeted towards the leader, william i.
  • Explains how the proletariat volunteers formed a committee to oversee the riots. in 1830, independence was declared for belgium, and leopold i was placed as their king.
  • Explains that poland and belgium share a similar cause of revolution, nationalism, and romanticism.
  • Explains that although poland began attacks, they were quickly halted, a nationalist uprising was destroyed, and efforts for poland to become independent were expelled.
  • Explains that france upheld a strong revolution, due to four ordinances issued by charles x in july, which suspended power from freedom of press, the chamber of deputies, and more.
  • Explains that rioting ensued and armed forces were issued, yet unable to stop the citizens. king charles fled the country for england, and louis-philippe became their king.
  • Explains that france was stricken with many issues that caused unrest among citizens, including economic depression, food shortage, and heightened employment rates. louis philippe was king during this time period.
  • Narrates how louis was exiled from france, leading to riots, bloodshed, and napoleon bonaparte's election as a dictator.
  • Opines that the french revolution was eye-opening to the austrian empire.
  • Explains that the habsburg revolution began with a radical named louis kossuth. his speeches quickly created an independence movement in vienna, which was how it all began.
  • Explains that many called for unification of the german states, and radicals from various states convened at the frankfurt assembly. the only thing holding them back was the constant curiosity of who would be in power.
  • Narrates how italian states caught wind of these revolutions from germanic states, and how sicilians revolted against the idea of foreign rule.
  • Explains the effects of the italian revolution were strong. many italian crops and harvests failed in 1848, along with other areas of revolution.
  • Explains that the crimean war had many causes, and several effects. russia and france claimed rights to defend christians in the holy land, also known as jerusalem.
  • Explains that russia signed the 1856 treaty of paris, agreeing to remove ships from the black sea, serbia united many of their countries with the balkans, and france, under napoleon, gained the title of arbiter of european affairs after this war.
  • Explains that the second empire fell in france, and the paris commune became extinct. the constitutional laws of 1875 established the third republic, where social stability was prominent.
  • Explains that the third republic was the longest-standing republic of france, but it was rocked by many people, including george boulanger, who promoted aggressive nationalism against germany, and the dreyfus affair.

A nationalist uprising was destroyed. Furthermore, efforts for Poland to become independent were expelled. This is because they revolted against Russia. Not too much changed, particularly because the acts were destroyed. Although, that didn't stop them for long. France upheld a strong revolution as well. The revolutions began here, due to four ordinances issued by Charles X in July. These ordinances suspended power from many things such as freedom of press, the chamber of deputies, and more. This also restricted three-fourths of the electorate from voting. While three-fourths were restricted, the other one-fourth were supposed to vote in an election that September. This was soon followed by an uproar. With the ordinances, rioting ensued as well as protests. As any other country, armed forces were issued, yet unable to stop the citizens. Furthermore, King Charles fled the country for England. The citizens eventually established Louis-Philippe as their king because he had fought for the French Republic once before. The chamber of peers evolved into a nominated house, and thee partnership between France and the Roman Catholic Church was terminated. Not only this, yet the Bourbons flag was replaced by what we see as the French flag …show more content…

Nationalism was forced into thought by foreign rule and hopes of unification. Soon, there Sicilians (my ancestors, have to love them) revolted, and many saw this as their chance to make Italy into one united country. Revolutions rose in many locations, including Milan. Citizens also expelled unrest at the idea of foreign rule, which they were under. This only added another log to the fire. The effects of the Italian Revolution were also strong. A great hostility formed towards the Austrians in Italy due to many uprisings. Street riots began in Milan, of all places. Inside of Milan, many also gathered in a square (approximately 10,000) and expressed their opinions on the matters in hand. They were liberal, wishing for unity. Many Italian crops and harvests failed in 1848, along with many other areas of revolution. The Crimean War had many causes, and several effects. This war was caused by things such as growth of Russian power in the Eastern European region and the crumbling power of the Ottoman Empire. The Ottoman Empires' shattering day by day created unrest in the Middle East and Balkans as well. Not only this, yet Russia and France claimed rights to defend Christians among the Holy Land, also known as Jerusalem. Russia continued to threaten to conquer the Black Sea in order to get trade routes to the Mediterranean Sea. All of the actions performed by these countries in this time period led to

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