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    The Franco-Mexican War

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    Mexico and France now. Humans are said to be naturally aggressive. From the time of Adam and Eve humans have always been looking out to gain power. Humans as well as animals have a natural aggressive and also territorial instinct. This is a frequent cause of war. (Hensel) Emperor Napoleon III was a very power hungry leader. Like his uncle, Napoleon I, Napoleon III wanted to gain as much power as he could. When he realized that there was an opportunity to seize more land Napoleon III took it

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    Napoleon III Napoleon III was the first president of the French Second Republic and later in life the Emperor of the Second French Empire. Napoleon III is still known and talked about today due to the reconstruction of Paris, along with his overall "cleansing of France"(Wikipedia, Napoleon III.) and social reforms. Napoleon III had a large impact on France and the French and is still taught about at schools. Napoleon III was significant in many ways. But in my opinion he is mostly known and important

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    Post-Napoleonic France

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    After the Napoleonic era, the Congress of Vienna restored King Louis XVIII to power in France. The French government now consisted of a king, constitution, and a legislature, but the king still had the most power. Charles X inherited the throne, after his brother Louis XVIII died. King Charles X wanted to rule as an absolute monarch, but the citizens got angry and rebelled. This became known as the Revolution on 1830 and caused Charles to flee to England. Moderate liberals now formed a constitutional

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    Napoleon Bonaparte was born on the island of Corsica in 1769. He was the third son and fourth child of Carlo Buonaparte and Letizia Ramolino. In Napoleons twenties, he adopted the name Napoléon Bonaparte. Later on in life Napoleon attended a military academy, he gained the officer rank quickly since so many officers fled France during this time. In 1793 Napoleon got to command French troops and they chased out the British from Toulon. Two years later he broke up a Paris mob by ordering his platoon

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    The Congress of Vienna

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         Discuss the congress of Vienna. Who were the leaders? -     To rebuild Ausstria after Napoleon had destroyed it. i.     Austria: Prince Metternich ii.     Russia: Alexander I iii.     Prussia: King Frederick William III iv.     England: George III, but by then he was insane, so Lord Castleregh filled in v.     France: Tallyrand 2.     List the Russian Czars from 1814-1914 a.     Alexander I: helped defeat Napoleon and went to the congress of Vienna b.     Nicholas I: stopped the “Decemberist Revolt”

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    The Franco-Prussian War

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    The Franco-Prussian war was waged between France and Prussia with a coalition of German States from July 15, 1870 to February 1, 1871. Prussian leadership of the German states had been confirmed after Prussia’s defeat of Austria in the Seven Weeks’ War in 1866. This threatened France’s position as the dominant power in Europe. The candidacy of Prince Leopold, for the Spanish throne, was one of the immediate causes of the Franco-Prussian war. It was Otto von Bismarck, the Prussian chancellor, and

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    French emperor Napoleon I helped German unification. It was important that he encouraged many of the middle-sized German states to absorb huge numbers of small independent territories, mostly bishoprics, church lands, and local principalities. This consolidation process, called mediation, led to the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire and brought the same French legal codes, measurements, and weights to most German-speaking areas, thus helping to modernize them. In 1806 Napoleon defeated the last

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    Belgian Neutrality in the mid 1800s

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    Marshall Case. Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, 1971. Beck, James M. The Evidence in the Case as to The Moral Responsibility for the War. New York: Knickerbocker Press, 1915. Howard, Michael. The Franco-Prussian War: The German Invasion of France, 1870-1871. New York: The MacMillan Company, 1962. Millman, Richard. British Foreign Policy and the Coming of the Franco-Prussian War. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1965. Raymond, Dora Neill. British Foreign Policy and Opinion during the Franco-Prussian

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    Has one ever wondered how Louis Vuitton became about? Well this is how, he was born in Jura, France on August 4, 1821 in a small village in eastern France's mountainous and heavily wooded area. Louis Vuitton soon became one of the biggest designers due to his fabulous work. Although, he had no educational or degrees in design his work is still very famous and popular today even. Louis Vuitton was part of a hardworking family who were carpenters and farmers. His father, Xavier Vuitton happens to

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    Realpolitik is a goal oriented and practical form of politics, which overlooks morals, ethicality, and ideals to attain the interests of the nation or country. It doesn’t view compromise of ideals or morals as wrong, if it brings about the achievement of the political and national goal. The only thing that makes any action or decision taken right or wrong is its level of success. Those who practice realpolitik will not hesitate to take the decisions needed, whether unethical, unidealistic, or amoral

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