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Congress of Vienna
A discussion on how the victors at the Congress of Vienna redrew the map of Europe.
# 124042 | 1,250 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in History (European - 19th century)

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This paper discusses how the reactionary victors at the Congress of Vienna redrew the map of Napoleonic Europe to keep it safe "from" democracy.

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"By the time the Duke of Wellington vanquished Napoleon at Waterloo on June ... and the British packed him off to the island of St Helena, the Congress of Vienna had completed its work of re-making Europe safe from democracy. The Congress did not differ very much from other post-war conventions in which the victors in territory or tribune indemnify themselves for the heavy costs of war and restore any international dislocations the vanquished had..."

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