The Revolutions of 1848

The Revolutions of 1848
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  • We have to stay the same...no  change should come to our country.
  • NO! That's it! I demand change and I won't stop until it comes.
  • The workshops are being closed.
  • Who made this decision?  I will fight for my right to work here, I don't care if if I'm dead by the end of the day!
  • We should have a limited monarchy! And a direct election of parliament!
  • Don't forget about universal male suffrage!
  • Even thought liberal and nationalism advanced, conservative thoughts and beliefs over powered in 1830.  But in 1848, revolutions broke out.
  • We need to crush them in battle!
  • So we can take full control again!
  • We should totally go crazy and...
  • The workshops were closed on June 21, 1848. 4 days of bloody battle did nothing but kill thousands and have thousands sent to a French colony prison.
  • I don't think we're on the same page here.
  • During May of 1848, Germany's Frankfurt Assembly created a new constitution for a new, more united Germany.
  • But I'm telling you we must take these certain steps first!
  • Both of you are wrong!
  • The Austrian government wanted to gain their control back.  So in June of 1848, the military defeated the Czech rebels.
  • Moderate liberals and radicals were on the same side of the fight, but they didn't always have the same goals of the revolutions.
  • Various ethnic communities were all trying to overthrow the government that was ruling them.  But despite their hate for the empire controlling them, they had many differences including beliefs.
  • WE HAVE TO STICK TOGETHER
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