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HIS3104 Revolutionary Europe 1789-1871
Credit Points: 15

The French Revolution of 1789 plunged Europe into the most profound and protracted crisis which it had ever known. From 1789 the continent was marked by decades of revolutionary conflict and state rivalries that saw France replaced by Germany as the powerhouse of Europe. This unit examines the key social, political and economic factors influencing Revolutionary Europe from 1789-1871. From the French Revolution and the rise and fall of Napoleon, to industrialisation, changes in the world of ideas, the 1848 Revolutions and the unification of Italy and Germany, this unit examines Europe through crisis, revolution and reconciliation.

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This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
MABUSUHistory Major
MIAAFWHistory Minor
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