The Concert of Europe Essay by The Research Group

The Concert of Europe
This paper examines the 1815 Concert of Europe.
# 71679 | 920 words | 4 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in History (European - 19th century) , International Relations (General)


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This paper explains that the Concert of Europe was an arrangement set up by the Congress of Vienna in 1815. The author points out that it consisted of a loose agreement between four great powers---Russia, Prussia, Britain and Austria---to keep the peace and maintain territorial integrity. The paper relates that this body set itself up to settle disputes in Europe and preserve the status quo in terms of boundaries.

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"After the defeat of Napoleon, the Congress of Vienna was held in to recreate the balance of power and set new boundaries and to guard against future French hegemony. It also dealt with international issues such as the slave trade, the rules of ..."

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