Main currents of European history, 1815-1915

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Statementby F. J. C. Hearnshaw.
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LC ClassificationsD359 .H35
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Pagination xv, 367 p.
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Open LibraryOL6603920M
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Sep 1, Congress of Vienna meets for first time They wanted to .In the wake of Napoleon’s defeat, Europe is left deeply disorganized after nearly a quarter century of revolution and war. Under the leadership of the four great victors over France: the United Kingdom, Austria, Prussia and Russia, the European countries meet in Vienna to determine the fate of the territories that were shattered by the Napoleonic conquests, and reconstruct a European order.