Congress of Vienna


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Congress of Vienna

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(Historical Terms) the European conference held at Vienna from 1814–15 to settle the territorial problems left by the Napoleonic Wars
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Publications: "Some Observations Upon a Series of Kalmuck Skulls"; "Outlines of Vertebrate Evolution"; and numerous papers, including "The underlying fallacy of Weissmannism," which caused heated discussion at the Zoological Congress of Vienna.
Sometimes he laughed at her (and his laughter was more pitiful than to hear him cry); sometimes she found the brilliant dandy diplomatist of the Congress of Vienna dragging about a child's toy, or nursing the keeper's baby's doll.
Its policy of neutrality was internationally recognised at the Congress of Vienna in 1815.
The policy of excluding locals from the administration was quickly modified out of practicality, and after the Polish independence became particularly remote with the Congress of Vienna in 1815, their participation was more common.
At the 20th century's beginnings, europe's long peace since the Congress of Vienna was fractured by the fast, disruptive changes of new times, an effect now applicable to the whole world after the long peace following the Second World War.
Which French statesman and diplomat represented France at the Congress of Vienna in 1815?
This engaging work provides an innovative approach to the Congress of Vienna by placing its deliberations in a wider political, cultural, and social context.
The term "Eastern Question" used by Davutoy-lu was first heard some 200 years ago at the 1815 Congress of Vienna.
Chief among the works explored are those associated with the festivities surrounding the 1814 Congress of Vienna, including Wellingtons Sieg (op.
r The 1815 Congress of Vienna rebalanced Europe after the upheaval that followed the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars.
One such traditionalist was William Massey, the prime minister of New Zealand, who made the mistake of approaching Wilson at the Paris conference and comparing the Allies' position in 1919 to that of their predecessors at the Congress of Vienna in 1815.

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