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Flashcards in Ch21 - People Deck (22):
1

Who developed the philosophy of idealism?

Immanuel Kant

2

Who introduced dialectic thinking?

G.W.F. Hegel

3

Who was the Father of Theological Liberalism?

Friedrich Schleiermacher

4

Who were the 4 key diplomats at the Congress of Vienna?

Czar Alexander I
Lord Castlereagh
Comte de Talleyrand,
Prince von Metternich

5

What 3 men helped win independence for several Latin American countries by 1825?

Jose de San Martin
Bernardo O'Higgins
Simon Bolivar

6

Who became the king of France after the fall of Napoleon?

King XVIII

7

Who succeeded Louis XVIII as the king in France?

Charles X

8

Who became the king of France following the July Revolution of 1830?

Louis Philippe

9

Who was the king of Belgium and was also the uncle of Britain's Queen Victoria?

Leopold I

10

Who became the leader of the Second French Republic?

Louis Napoleon

11

Which Austrian noble under Napoleon III who was given the orders to take over Mexico?

Archduke Maximillian

12

Who was executed by the Mexican people after French troops left Mexico at the end of the American Civil War?

Archduke Maximillian

13

Who organized Young Italy?

Giuseppe Mazzini

14

Which prime minister of Sardinia worked toward unification through diplomatic means?

Count Cavour

15

Who organized the Red Shirts?

Giuseppe Garibaldi

16

Who became the first king of a united Italy?

Victor Emmanuel II

17

What chancellor of Prussia helped to unify Germany by the use of force?

Otto von Bismarck

18

Who was the first emperor of united Germany?

Wilhelm I

19

Who replaced Otto von Bismarck as the new leader of Germany?

Wilhelm II

20

Who was Wilhelm II's state secretary for naval affairs that organized the Navy League and set out to build up German sea power?

Admiral von Tirpitz

21

Who was the first ruler of the Dual Monarchy?

Francis Joseph I

22

What advocate of democratic socialism originated the socialist aphorism, "from each according to his abilities to each according to his needs"?

Louis Blane