Revolutions of 1848

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1. The French revolution of 1848

1.1. Bourbon dynasty was restored

1.1.1. Louis Phillipe

1.2. Louis XVIII

1.3. Orleanist

1.4. January 14 1848 the authorities banned a "banquet"

1.5. Capital punishment was supposed to be abolished

1.6. Key figures of the French provisional government

1.6.1. Blanc

1.6.1.1. Flocon

1.6.1.1.1. Arago

1.6.2. Marie

1.6.2.1. Albert

1.6.2.1.1. Marrast

1.7. Influence came from the clergy and the aristocrats.

2. Italy revolution 1848

2.1. Metternich had influence over the Austrian the affairs

2.2. "young Italy is a brotherhood of Italians"

2.2.1. Young Italy is Republican

2.2.2. Young Italy is Unitarian

2.3. A newer secret society called "Young Italy" was made

2.4. Charles Albert disliked Mazzini

2.4.1. extended his banishment sentence

2.5. Metternich thoughts

2.5.1. he saw the Italian peninsula as

2.5.1.1. "at the mercy of flagrant revolution"

2.6. The Austrians didn't believe in the existence of Italy

3. The German revolution 1848

3.1. French King Louis Phillippe

3.1.1. Habsburg Monarchy

3.2. King Frederick William IV

3.2.1. anti-liberal in outlook

3.3. black, red, and gold represent the revolution

3.4. German Liberalism and Nationalism

3.4.1. German-patriotism

3.5. The German National Assembly

3.5.1. six hundred delegates showed up

3.5.2. middle or upper class

3.5.2.1. educated professors

3.5.2.2. teachers

3.5.2.3. magistrates

3.5.2.4. lawyers

3.5.2.5. mayors

3.5.2.6. civil servants or businessmen

3.5.2.7. writers and noblemen

3.5.3. Paul Veit

3.5.3.1. German Artist

4. The European Revolutions of 1848 ~ reactionary aftermath

4.1. social and political extremism

4.2. Habsburg Empire

4.2.1. Czechs

4.2.2. Croats

4.2.3. Slovaks

4.2.4. Serbs and Rumanians

4.3. Vienna and in Budapest

4.4. Louis Napoleon

4.5. president of the Congress

4.5.1. Palacký

4.6. congress had sessions

4.6.1. Czech National Museum

4.7. bourgeois and landowning classes emerged as the dominant power

4.7.1. Feudalism wasn't existent anymore

4.7.1.1. social order and contractual relations were consolidated

4.7.1.2. Code Napoléon.