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.
As Mathew demonstrates through the ensuing chapters, Beethoven wrote political and occasional works during his entire career, from early cantatas commemorating the death of Joseph II (WoO 87) and the succession of Leopold II (WoO 88), the Congress of Vienna works, incidental music (Egmont, The Ruins of Athens), a piano sonata (op.
The Congress of Vienna is an object lesson in a different kind of cosmopolitanism, one grounded in prudence, statesmanship, and realism.
If the analogy might have seemed to Kohler a bit oblique for readers, he continued and declared it more forthrightly in the next paragraph of the article, writing, "The conditions that confronted Europe at the Congress of Vienna were, in important respects, similar to those that are likely to confront the Peace Conference to meet at the close of the present war.
The Congress of Vienna imposed a peace on France and Napoleon's allies by doing much more than reestablishing something like the eighteenth century European balance of power.
The outbreak of the First World War one hundred years ago this summer began the definitive unravelling of the security system created at the Congress of Vienna in 1815, a process which continued across the ensuing century through two world wars, the creation of the European Union and most recently the dismemberment of Ukraine at the hands of Russia.
By the logic of the Congress of Vienna, it would have made sense for America not to challenge the strongest power in the region.
Rites of Peace: The Fall of Napoleon and the Congress of Vienna.
The victorious powers, meeting at the Congress of Vienna in 1814-1815, redrew the map of Europe, returning many European kings to power.
The Congress of Vienna in 1815 is carefully analyzed and there I introduce the role of diplomatic personalities.
It ought to be noted that traditional historiography maintains that the nineteenth-century European states system, which was dominated by rive great powers--Britain, France, Austria, Prussia and Russia--emerged out of the fierce and long struggles with Revolutionary and Napoleonic France (1789-1815) and was confirmed by the peace settlement of the Congress of Vienna (1814-15).

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