The 1848 Revolutions: France and Austria Video

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Watch this 19th Century World History and The 1848 Revolutions video entitled France and Austria to study the social and economic forces that lay behind the revolutions of 1848 on the Continent, and study the role of nationalism and the political goals of the revolutionaries. Discover why an uprising in Paris against King Louis Philippe by the middle class sparked spontaneous revolts in Austria, Hungary, Italy, and the German state of Prussia.

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  • Revolutions of 1848 France. Learn about France and Austria in the 1848 Revolutions. Discover why an uprising by middle-class radicals in Paris in 1848 ignited revolutions in Austria, Hungary, Italy, and Germany.
  • Explore the social and economic forces that lay behind the revolutions of 1848 on the Continent, and study the role of nationalism and the political goals of the revolutionaries.
  • Discover why an uprising in Paris against King Louis Philippe by the middle class sparked spontaneous revolts in Austria, Hungary, Italy, and the German state of Prussia. Outline the main stages and see the pattern of events common to the revolutions of 1848.
  • Learn how the French Revolution inspired the growth of liberalism throughout Europe and the social protest against autocratic monarchies and authoritarian governments.
  • Understand how the Industrial Revolution and the growth of the middle class nurtured the public desire for social reform, national independence, and representative government. Discover how the powerful forces of the 'old' Europe crushed the revolutions of 1848.
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