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Title      : MHI-14 History of Europe since 1871 AD
Subject      : History
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 28/338
Total Price      : Rs.      : 236
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Historical Background: England, France, Austria and Russia between 1815 and 1871 Total views (209)  
After the French Revolution there was improvement in the life of the people of many European States but the French Revolution had no effect upon England. After 1815 there was a demand for reforms. As a result England was forced to introduce Constitutional, as well as Social and Economic reforms.
Pages: 23
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The Eastern Question: Developments upto 1871 Total views (209)  
Turkey emerged as a strong power in the fifteenth century and acquired control over Balkans and territories around the Black Sea. As long as Turkey remained a strong power, the European powers did not face any problem in the Balkan area.
Pages: 12
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The Third French Republic Problems and Accomplishments Total views (208)  
The Franco-Prussian War (1870 - 71) sealed the fate of the second empire in France. The disaster at the battle of Sedan destroyed emperor Napoleon III's prestige. The news of the defeat struck Paris like a thunder bolt.
Pages: 15
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The German Empire: The Period of Otto Von Bismarck (1871-1890) Total views (209)  
With the completion of the unification of Germany in 1871, the political centres of Europe was shifted to Berlin from Paris. Germany remained a leading power in Europe till 1914. William I became the emperor of United Germany in 1871 and ruled upto 1888.
Pages: 16
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The German Empire: The Period of William II (1888-1918) Total views (207)  
After the death of William I in 1888, Fredrick III ascended the throne of Germany. But, he was a sickman and died within three months. Thereupon his son William II, succeeded to the throne. With his accession Germany received a new master, and opened a new page of her history. He proved to be one of the most ambitious and imperialistic rulers of Germany.
Pages: 11
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The Czarist Russia (1871-1917) Total views (209)  
Many important events occurred in Russia between 1871 and 1914. From 1871 onwards Russia began to show interest in the Eastern Question again. The death of Alexander If in 1881 paved the way again for the establishment of reactionary regime under Alexander III (1881-1894).
Pages: 19
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Austria-Hungary, Turkey and Balkan States (1871-1917) Total views (211)  
As has already been stated that in 1867 a Compromise Treaty was signed between Austria and Hungary and thus a dual monarchy was established. Even after this, Hungary was not happy. A few political parties wanted to free completely Hungary from the control of Austria.
Pages: 15
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Expansion of Europe-in Africa, Asia and Pacific Total views (211)  
The European expansion actually could be traced to the 15th century itself. Between 15th and 17th centuries the European countries established colonies in America and Asia. Britain, France, Portugal, Spain and Holland showed interest in establishing colonies.
Pages: 13
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International Affairs from 1871-1890 Total views (216)  
The most important single factor which determined and conditioned world diplomacy from 1871 to 1914 was the predominance and hegemony of Germany in the heart of Europe. This period can be divided into two periods: the period of Bismark (1870-1890) and the period of Kaiser William II (1891 to 1918).
Pages: 8
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International Affairs from 1890-1914 Total views (215)  
Between 1890 and 1914 many significant events took place with world. Among these events the Franco-Russian Alliance, the Anglo-French Entente and Anglo-Russian convention, which resulted in the formation of the Triple Entente are very important. This Triple Entente actually was formed as a counter-alliance against Triple Alliance.
Pages: 7
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Growth of Capitalism and Socialism (1871-1914) Total views (222)  
Nineteenth century is perhaps the most important phase of Modem Europe. It let loose many ideologies and movements which dominated the various aspects of European life. Capitalism and Socialism were two such ideologies and movements which gathered tempo after 1870.
Pages: 10
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Progress of Democracy (1871-1914) Total views (215)  
As we have seen already nineteenth century -in European History is the most momentous, period of modern times. This century witnesses the phenomenal growth and spread of industrial societies in major European nations. The emergence of a strong Labour class in these European nations strengthened roots of democracy directly or indirectly.
Pages: 7
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First World War-Causes, Course and Effects Total views (212)  
The First World War which began in the summer of 1914 was undoubtedly unique in the annals of history. This was fought for four years. The war was started in Europe, but eventually it drew in countries of every continent. That is why, it-is called as the First World War, because of the involvement of the majority of the countries of the world in it.
Pages: 13
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Paris Peace Conference and Peace Treaties Total views (212)  
The German commission signed the terms of armistice on 11th November'1918 and hece the Great War ended. Nine weeks after the conclusion of the armistice, a congress of the "Allied and Associated Powers" was held in Paris from January 18, 1919 to January 21, 1920, to determine the Peace settlement. Paris, capital of France was selected as the venue of the conference, and George Clemenceau, the Fre ......
Pages: 7
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The Russian Revolution of 1917 Total views (213)  
At the close of the First World War, liberal democracy was the rule in every country of Europe except Russia. But spontaneous outbreak of a revolution in February 1917 ended the rule of Tsar in Russia. The provisional Government which came into existence following the fall of monarchy promised a liberal democracy.
Pages: 13
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The League of Nations Total views (210)  
The League of Nations was the first big international organisation to be established to avoid war and ensure peace in the world. The outbreak of the Great War in 1914 and its lengthy course awakened the conscience of mankind to the necessity of founding an international organisation for preventing future catastrophes. The League of nations was the brain child of President Wilson of the united stat ......
Pages: 11
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The Weimar Republic Total views (209)  
The defeat of Germany in the First World War not only brought about a drastic change in her international position but also profoundly effected her internal life. The sufferings of the people during the War turned them against the autocratic rule of Kaiser William II. On 9th November 1918, two days before the armistice was signed, Kaiser II abdicated the throne.
Pages: 7
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Lenin and Stalin Total views (208)  
The revolution of 1917 was the result of the combination of a number of factors - the incomplete handling of the world war, the disastrous meddling of the empress and Rasputin in the work of the Government, the frustration of the liberals, the growth of industrial and agricultural discontent, the activities of the revolutionary groups and the food shortages.
Pages: 14
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Mussolini and Italian Fascism Total views (209)  
After the First World War, discontent and disorders prevailed in Italy. Though Italy fought on the side of the victorious allies during the war, she emerged from the war a defeated nation: She was not happy at the Peace settlements because she was not given what had been promised to her by the Treaty of London.
Pages: 9
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Rise of Hitler and Nazism Total views (211)  
The Collapse of Germany in the First World War led to unprecedented political turmoils in the country. Kaiser William II was held responsible for the reverses of the German Army and the miseries of the Germans.
Pages: 13
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Great Britain and France During the Inter- War Period Total views (210)  
During the interwar period, British attitude underwent a drastic change in response to the problems she had confronted and her foreign policy too changed. Her policy of Appeasement relating to the dictators proved to be counter productive.
Pages: 15
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Spain During the Inter-War Period Total views (211)  
The opening years of the 20th century witnessed a sorry state of affairs in Spain. The decade and a half between the closing of the Spanish-American War of 1898 and the opening of the First World War saw many disorders in Spain. Churches were attacked. Political assassinations were common.
Pages: 8
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Lesser States During the Interwar Period Total views (212)  
The European continent during the interwar period witnessed kaleidoscopic changes in her political and economic scenario. In countries like Belgium, Switzerland their problems proved to be colonial rather than domestic ones. In Scandinavian countries like Finland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden efforts toward democracy made solid gains.
Pages: 7
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The Second World War Total views (213)  
It is saddening to note that the Treaty of Versailles represented nothing more than an armistice for twenty years (1919-39). Cyril Falls, in his work 'The Second World War -A Short History', opines that the Second World War was essentially a war of revenge initiated by Germany.
Pages: 12
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The United Nations Organization Total views (213)  
When the Second World War was still raging, Britain and her allies started discussions on a successor institution to the League of Nations. In an atmosphere of international insecurity the peace lovers of the world were searching for a new organization, which in their opinion, would light the candle of hope in the minds of the millions and millions of people who were tossing as under in the puturb ......
Pages: 12
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The Genesis and Growth of Cold War Total views (234)  
The term 'Cold War' refers to the struggle between Communist Russia and the United States of America and other Western powers after the end of Second World War. The cold war is waged by propaganda, economic measure etc. it is called "cold war" because it has not led to actual fighting.
Pages: 11
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The Post War Internal Development in West Europe Total views (230)  
In March 1944, the Italian philosopher Benedetto Croce wrote in his daily "we must not expect the rebirth of that world (the pre 1914 world), its revival and improvement, but we must expect interminable sequences of clashes and upsets and ruins due to revolution and wars.
Pages: 18
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The Post War Internal Development in U.S.S.R and East Europe Total views (231)  
Soviet Russia during the post -war era, emerged as a super power in international politics. The Communist leaders from Stalin to Breznev took consistent efforts to ride over the crest of global politics to establish Communism wherever possible, but could do so only in select states.
Pages: 12
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