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What was the impact on Prussia of the Treaty of Tilsit in 1807?
- Lost half her population & army reduced to 42,000 men
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What was the Olmutz agreement?
Treaty between Austria and Prussia by which Prussia abandoned the Erfurt Union and accepted revival of German Confederation under Austrian leadership
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What was the Congress of Troppau?
-Occurred in 1820, and was a discussion of revolutions in Spain, Piedmont, Portugal and Naples. Tsar proposed Russia, Prussia and Austria act jointly to restore overthrown governments
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Name some weaknesses of the German Confederation
- Prevented from making foreign alliances -Each state had independent army, ruler, government -Diet organised federal army (unsuccessful due to rivalry and guarded independence) -Dominated by Austria
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What was Frederick William's reaction to the 1848 revolutions?
-After rioting began in Berlin in March, he mobilised the Prussian army then surprised everyone by taking a liberal stance and allowing an election to take place to elect a Prussian assembly
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Treaty between Austria and Prussia by which Prussia abandoned the Erfurt Union and accepted revival of German Confederation under Austrian leadership

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What was the Olmutz agreement?

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-Occurred in 1820, and was a discussion of revolutions in Spain, Piedmont, Portugal and Naples. Tsar proposed Russia, Prussia and Austria act jointly to restore overthrown governments

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- Prevented from making foreign alliances -Each state had independent army, ruler, government -Diet organised federal army (unsuccessful due to rivalry and guarded independence) -Dominated by Austria

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-After rioting began in Berlin in March, he mobilised the Prussian army then surprised everyone by taking a liberal stance and allowing an election to take place to elect a Prussian assembly

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