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  • Bismarck's Persuasion Prussia
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    In what ways did Bismarck contribute to the unification of Germany Bismarck contributed to the unification of Germany by convincing the surrounding states that they needed to side with Prussia in order to create a great nation and to feel safe from outside attacks. He achieved this by creating excuses to go to was against neighbouring countries, while still remaining to be seen as the good guy. Bismarck once said that "Not through speeches and majority decisions are the great questions of the da...
  • Austrians And Italians
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    One nation. A single, unified nation powerful enough to plunge Europe and the world into two of the most devastating wars in history. That is the legacy of Germany. Two world wars are all we remember of a unified Germany. But, we never remember the struggle that took place to create such an entity. As Geoffry Wawro covers well in this book, the Austro-Prussian War was the turning point in German history that allowed Prussia to become the major figure in German affairs and start to unify the Germ...
  • Future Of Prussia
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    Bismarck as a 'mad Junker' tried to unify Germany under Prussian domination excluding the Habsburgs through force. Bismarck played a key role in the development of Industrialization of Prussia. As the Prime Minister of Prussia, he was 'blood thirsty' man who had tried and even succeeded in unify Prussia and Germany through force. In a year alone he had fought 25 duels thus giving him the name 'The Iron Junker'. While the Habsburg was weakened by the revolutions of 1848, Prussia took these years ...
  • Shift In Power From Austria To Prussia
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    The Congress of Vienna had been a meeting of the powers, to dictate the borders and boundaries of Europe. When they re - divided the Confederation of the Rhine into the Confederation of the Germanic states Austria became the dominant power in this area, at least initially. By 1866 Prussia was now the dominant power in Germany and how they got there is quite clever. The Unification of Germany is a result of the shift in power from Austria to Prussia. The first step that began Prussia down the roa...
  • Austria And France Over Prussia
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    The debate About "Blood and iron" & "coal and iron". Explain Bismarck's involvement in the above the debate and the role of economic growth. What role did nationalism play? The unification of smaller German states was very important to the eventual Unification in 1871. The main factor for the unification of smaller states was the Napoleonic wars that led collapse of the Holy Roman Empire in 1806 and the confederation of the Rhine set up by napoleon from 200 small states became 39 larger but stil...
  • Austrians After The Danish Prussian War
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    The Austro-Prussian War, which has also been called The Seven Week War and one of the Wars of German Unification, and the Austro-Prussian War were short wars ostensibly because Otto von Bismarck, (who was appointed premier of Prussia in 1862 by William I the Prussian King) had been planning these wars for some time, in fact he had manipulated the Austrians after the Danish-Prussian War. Using the Schleswig-Holstein, former Danish territory that was annexed by Prussia and Austria after their defe...

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