Making of the German Nation and The German Empire video

Video title: The German Empire

Use this World History and The Making of the German Nation video entitled The German Empire to study the political currents of the German Confederation, formed at the Congress of Vienna, and the role played by Prince von Metternich, Austria's foreign prime minister.

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Making of the German Nation and The German Empire video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • The German Empire. Study the German Empire. Survey 175 years of German history, from the Congress of Vienna in 1815 through the first talks of reunification in the 1980's.
  • Trace the changing political setting of Germany from the absolute monarchies that ruled the German states of the Holy Roman Empire to the integration of communism in East Germany and the rise of cold war tensions that followed in the wake of World War 2.
  • Explore the political currents of the German Confederation, formed at the Congress of Vienna, and the role played by Prince von Metternich, Austria-s foreign minister.
  • Survey key events in German history from the proclamation of the German Empire in 1871 to the policies of Chancellor Otto von Bismarck and the abdication of Wilhelm II.
  • Discover the reasons for the economic collapse of Germany and the ultimate failure of the Weimar Republic. Survey Adolf Hitler's quest to build a new German Empire, and explain the significance of the Marshall Plan in rebuilding the economy of West Germany.
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