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    Metternich The Leader

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    Prince Klemens von Metternich: His Ideology, his Role in History, and the Stories we Tell. Metternich was an extremely intelligent man who turned his conservative beliefs into international policy. Metternich was a confident leader who put little faith in popular opinion or sentiment because he believed that the common man was too fickle in his loyalties and too inept to understand the magnitude of foreign policy. He was a loyal "servant" to the Austrian Emperor, even though Metternich was the true head

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    Kissinger, Metternich, Realism

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    Kissinger, Metternich, Realism Henry Kissinger, Secretary of State during the Nixon administration, sculpted his statesmanship from the realistic ideals of Prince Klemens von Metternich, who served as the Minister of Austrian Affairs nearly 160 years earlier. Although Kissinger has denied fashioning his ideas after Metternich, he believed the following to be true: legitimacy is one of the most important factors regarding revolution and war, and that disorder is far worse than injustice. Revolution

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    Restoring Europe

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    After Austria was crushed by Napoleon in 1809, Metternich was created Austria's Foreign Minister, and replaced Johann Philipp von Stadion. He pursued a pro-French policy, going so far as to manage the marriage of Napoleon to Marie-Louise, Emperor Francis’s daughter. Following Napoleon's defeat in Russia in 1812, Metternich turned to a policy of neutrality, and attempted to make peace between Napoleon and his Russian and Prussian enemies. In June 1813 he famously met with Napoleon at Dresden , and

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    planned to revolt. He planned to attack Piedmont (the strongest, independent Italian state) through Switzerland. l Finally, he failed. l In 1848, there was Risorgimento movement. Many anti-Austrian movements were carried out. l After Metternich fell from power, more Italians supported the movement. l However, they all failed because: n 1. They had different ideas of political system so that the revolutionaries were divided into 3 groups: federalism (e.g. USA), republicanism (e

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    Europe (after the defeating Napoleon). Legitimate monarchy was set up meaning the hereditary ruling families would be restored to their old thrones. This was agreed partly because it was seen as a more stable and suitable system suited to peace. Also Metternich, the Austrian Chancellor, saw it as a useful way to prevent the Russians and Prussian from gaining extra territory. It was also very difficult for the Russians and Prussians to argue it because it was their own system. The principle was not applied

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    of Kingdom of the 2 Sicilies, and helped the pope maintain his kingdom. Only Piedmont Sardinia wasn't influenced by Austria (ref. H.O. #1 p. 30). 1815 - 1830 Revolution Almost all "'Italians" hated the foreign influence of Austria on Italy. Metternich, an Austrian prince wanted to make sure no nationalist activities were in process in Austria's territories in Italy (which was Lombardy Venetia). He imposed repressive rule in Lombardy Venetia. German was the official language, a strong Austrian

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    monarchy. Two pieces that best illustrate this clash of ideas is the Political Confession of Faith, by Prince Klemens von Metternich and a speech in Paris after the Overthrow of the Orleanist monarchy in 1848. Consequently, von Metternich was a conservative because he was a Hapsburg prince. He had the belief that he has the “blue-blood” to become a king someday. However, von Metternich had to try to convince the general public that conservatism

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    Vienna Settlement as a Reasonable and Moderate Compromise Answer: After the Napoleonic upheaval巨變, the representatives代表of hundreds of victoriouså‹åˆ©çš„ European states met at Vienna in 1814-15 to redrawé‡æ–°åŠƒå®š the map版圖 of Europe. The Settlement was dominated by the "Big Five五強", that is Castlereaghå¡è˜‡é‡Œ of Britain, Czar Alexander I沙皇阿歷山大一世 of Russia, Metternich梅特涅 of Austria, Hardenberg哈登堡 of Prussia and Talleyrand塔力蘭 of France.

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    wars. These congresses, which included Congress of Vienna (1814-15), Congress of Aix-la Chapelle (1818), Congress of Troppau (1820), Congress of Laibach (1821), and Congress of Verona (1822), formed the Congress System, which can be also called Metternich System or the Concert of Europe. This essay is going to have a look that if the Congress System is an admirable and enlightened example of international co-operation. First of all, the definition of admirable and enlightened should be stated

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    Bismarck and Prince Klemens von Metternich can be compared to the dual sides of a German Mark. A German Mark that has sported different faces when repeatedly tossed over the years. After 1871, the Prussian-friendly German historians hailed Bismarck as the national hero, who had united Germany while Metternich was deemed a failure. Then after the loss of the two world wars, the coin sides were flipped and Bismarck was seen as a bloodthirsty power monger while Metternich was hailed as the national hero

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    The Austrian Polition

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    "When France has a cold, all of Europe sneezes" Klemens Von Metternich, a minster of foreign affair in Austria from 1809-1848. He had also been part of the alliance agaisnt Napleon, the emperor of france. He was one of the most important diplomats of him era. He was serving as the Foreign Minister of the Holy Roman Empire from 1809 until the revolutions of 1848 forced his resignation. This quote was said at a time of liberal revolution. In 1848-1871 there had been a revolt from the liberals in

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    von Metternich and Otto von Bismarck. Both of these leaders had big influential opinions, strategies, tactics, and power during their times. Even though they were a generation apart from each other, they still seemed to be fighting for and attempting to create the same things, mainly a unified or more friendly Europe. They both served many positions during their careers but foreign affairs and foreign policies are what they are most known for and where they did most of their work. Metternich and

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    Prince Klemens von Metternich believed in a monarch supported by the church. In the eighteenth century, the peak of his political power, he wrote Political Confessions of Faith (1820). In his work, he speaks about the political downfall of the French government and how one can create a divine monarch using the church and the power that comes along with it. In Political Confessions of Faith, Metternich identifies two elements that are most important to a nation. These two are the precepts of morality

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    Austria, Great Britain, Russia, and Prussia. One representative was a foreign minister from Austria, his name was Klemens von Metternich. Metternich had a large voice

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    The Triumph of the Congress of Vienna

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    foreign minister of Austria, Prince Klemens von Metternich (Beck, 238). An additional great influential representative was the French foreign minister Prince Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand, who was sent behalf of the French monarchy (Mikaberidze, 1047). The Congress of Vienna played an important role of creating peace in the European continent after the Napoleonic War, with two significant foreign ministers of two nations, Prince Klemens von Metternich of Austria and Prince Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand

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    some of them fought for the Austrian army. After the Carbonari was discredited individuals started to become popular with the middle classes. Mazzini was certainly looked upon as a force for unification at first. He founded 'Young Italy'. Metternich considered him one of the most dangerous men.

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    Congress Of Vienna Essay

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    The backgrounds and decisions of the statesmen at the Congress of Vienna helped influence the rise of nationalism in 19th century Europe by introducing a balance of Power in Europe along with conservative policies. The goal of the Congress was, foremost, maintaining the status quo in Europe. With the growing discontent throughout the continent as well as the threat of revolutions looming, the Congress focused its attention inwards. At the time of the Congress of Vienna in 1815, Europe was in a state

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    French Revolution Dbq

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    The French Revolution was a nightmare for the European political and government system. The French revolution happened because of bad decisions made by past monarch, high taxes, and inequality. Then Napoleon had gradually became a dictator of France and tried to take over all of Europe. After Russia had defeated Napoleon the Great powers wanted no more revolutions or war. The conclusion of my decision is the the revolutions of 1848 was not a turning point in European political and social history;monarchy

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    Many Egyptian objects are not commonly known; one of these objects is the Horus Cippus. By looking at its’ physical features as well as at other comparable objects, it is possible to learn a lot about cippi (plural) and their importance in Ancient Egyptian society. It is seen that the Horus Cippus from the museum in Berkeley served a crucial religious importance because of its use of water and the power of Horus in curing various illnesses; this cippus is very personalized, portable, has many uses

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    strength, the political and military inexperience of those in power, the Pope’s abandonment of the revolution, the hesitation of Charles Albert to front the campaign of unity and Bonaparte’s intervention. In 1815 Italy was not recognised as a country, Metternich, an Austrian statesman, said "The word 'Italy' is a geographical expression, a description which is useful shorthand, but has none of the political significance the efforts of the revolutionary ideologues try to put on it” which shows that Italy

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