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									                           Timeline/Chronology

                 The Industrial Transformation of Europe (1750-1850):
 Mid-Late 1700’s use of the new energy source, coal (factories, steam engines)
 1776 Adam Smith
 1799-1815 Napoleon Rules
 1789 Declaration of the Rights of Man (NATURAL RIGHTS)
 1804 Napoleonic Code
 1811-1812 Luddites organize
 1831, 1834 Workers uprise in Lyon
 1848 Revolutions across Europe
 1851 Majority of British population becomes urban
 Early -Mid 1800’s Factory system/new organization of work
 Pollution  widespread epidemic diseases

                   Restoration, Reform, and Revolution (1814-1848)
 1814-1815 Congress of Vienna
 Early-Mid 1800’s Utopian Socialism
 Early-Mid 1800’s Cavour
 1831, 1834 Workers uprise in Lyon (Luddism)
 1832, 1834 Laissez Faire, Reform Bill of Britain, Poor Law (work houses)
 1840’s Irish Famine
 1848 Revolutions across Europe
 1848 Communist Manifesto

                     Nationalism and Political Reform (1850-1880)
 Mid 1800’s Chartism
 Mid 1800’s Pius IX
 1851 Napoleon III seizes power
 1854-1856 The Crimean War
 1862 Bismarck Appointed Minister of Prussia
 1870 Italian Unification
 1871 German Unification
 1871 Paris Commune
 Mid-Late 1800’s Bismarck
 Mid-Late 1800’s Baron Haussmann
 Mid-Late 1800’s Napoleon III
 Mid-Late 1800’s Alexander II

                          The Age of Optimism (1850-1880)
 1833 Telegraph Invented
 1872 Jules Verne “Around the World in Eight Days”
 1859 Darwin, The Origin of Species
 1864 Pope Puis IX issues Syllabus of Errors
                            Escalating Tensions (1880-1914)
 Late 1800’s anti-Semitism developed – blames Jews for all ills in society
 Late 1800’s Theodor Herzel
 Late 1800’s – Early 1900’s Eduard Bernstein
 Late 1800’s – Early 1900’s Schlieffen Plan
 1882 Triple Alliance of Germany, Italy, and Austria-Hungary
 1890 Kaiser Wilhelm II dismisses Bismarck as chancellor
 1894 Alfred Dreyfus
 1894 Franco-Russian Alliance
 1900 King of Italy assassinated
 1903 Women’s Social and Political Union
 1905 Russian Revolution
 1918 Wilson’s Fourteen Points

								
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