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  1. Hace 3 días · The period between 1815 and 1871 saw revolutionary attempts in much of Europe (apart from Britain). They all failed however. As industrial work forces grew in Western Europe, socialism and trade union activity developed. The last vestiges of serfdom were abolished in Russia in 1861.

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  2. 4 de mar. de 2023 · German Confederation, organization of 39 German states, established by the Congress of Vienna in 1815 to replace the destroyed Holy Roman Empire. It was a loose political association, formed for mutual defense, with no central executive or judiciary.

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  3. Hace 2 días · The Serbian revolution (1804–1815) marked the beginning of an era of national awakening in the Balkans during the Eastern Question. In 1811, the fundamentalist Wahhabis of Arabia, led by the al-Saud family, revolted against the Ottomans.

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  4. Hace 2 días · A historical sovereign state is a state that once existed, but has since been dissolved due to conflict, war, rebellion, annexation, or uprising. This page lists sovereign states, countries, nations, or empires that ceased to exist as political entities sometime after 1453, grouped geographically and by constitutional nature. [note 1]

  5. 2 de mar. de 2023 · In May 1815 the Enterprise with Shreve at the helm became the first steamboat to ascend the Mississippi and Ohio to Louisville, Ky. Shreve, however, saw the need for an entirely new design for river steamers and had built to his specifications the Washington, with a flat, shallow hull, a high-pressure steam engine on the main deck ...

  6. 11 de feb. de 2023 · Retrieved 17 November 2021. ^ a b AFP (16 November 2021). "Macron reverts French flag to navy blue from lighter EU shade". Euronews. Retrieved 17 November 2021. ^ "Sri Lanka's National Flag". The Sunday Times. 2008-02-03. Retrieved 2009-07-04. ^ Perrin, William Gordon (1922).