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  1. 1848 ( MDCCCXLVIII) fue un año bisiesto comenzado en sábado según el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 1.1 Enero 1.2 Febrero 1.3 Marzo 1.4 Abril 1.5 Junio 1.6 Julio 1.7 Agosto 1.8 Septiembre 1.9 Octubre 1.10 Noviembre 2 Ciencia y tecnología 3 Nacimientos 3.1 Enero 3.2 Febrero 3.3 Abril 3.4 Mayo 3.5 Junio 3.6 Julio 3.7 Agosto

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    1848 ( MDCCCXLVIII) was a leap year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar and a leap year starting on Thursday of the Julian calendar, the 1848th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 848th year of the 2nd millennium, the 48th year of the 19th century, and the 9th year of the 1840s decade.

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    Tras el Congreso de Viena, en aplicación del principio de legitimismo dinástico, las monarquías absolutas fueron restauradas en los territorios donde las Guerras Napoleónicas habían instalado Estados liberales. Este restablecimiento del Antiguo Régimen en un periodo de cambio socioeconómico (las denominadas revolución industrial y revolución burgue...

    Francia

    En Francia, los conflictos sociales se presentaron como una lucha de clases triangular, con las dos burguesías y la masa popular. La gran burguesía, identificada con el Antiguo Régimen, era predominante en el poder y se negaba a compartirlo con la pequeña burguesía, mientras que la clase obrera comenzaba a ser consciente de su miseria y de su fuerza para reivindicar sus intereses.[6]​ Sin embargo, no fue solo el conflicto social lo que desencadenó la revolución de 1848, sino que la cultura po...

    Estados alemanes

    En la mayor parte de los Estados de la Confederación Germánica (la institución que sustituyó al Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico disuelto durante las guerras napoleónicas) el movimiento revolucionario conocido como Märzrevolution (revolución de marzo) llevó a la formación de gobiernos liberales, los denominados Märzregierungen ("gobiernos de marzo"). El 10 de marzo de 1848, el Bundestag (parlamento federal) de la Confederación Germánica nombró un Siebzehnerausschuss ("comité de los diecisiete")...

    Estados de los Habsburgo

    En el Imperio austríaco se intentaron llevar a cabo ciertas reformas, obligados por la presión revolucionaria en todos los territorios del imperio plurinacional y otros territorios controlados por los Habsburgo: Austria, Hungría, Bohemia, Voivodina, Italia, etc.[12]​ En este caso, la burguesía era prácticamente inexistente, por lo que el papel de Tercer Estado correspondió a la nobleza media y a la plebe noble, gran parte de la cual estaba compuesta por individuos con estudios universitarios,...

    Socialmente, los distintos grupos que se unieron en los inicios de la revolución se alejaron luego al defender distintos objetivos. Una buena parte de la pequeña burguesía, temerosa de una revolución social, abandonó su alianza con el proletariado y se unió a la gran burguesía, aunque a lo largo del siglo XIX las diferencias entre ambas fueron bien...

  3. 1848 From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Contents 1 Events 2 Births 3 Deaths 4 New Books Events February 24 – The February Revolution begins. Births February 27 – Hubert Parry, English composer March 19 – James Otis, American children's writer June 7 – Paul Gauguin, French painter Deaths February 23 – John Quincy Adams New Books

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    The revolutions arose from such a wide variety of causes that it is difficult to view them as resulting from a coherent movement or set of social phenomena. Numerous changes had been taking place in European society throughout the first half of the 19th century. Both liberal reformers and radical politicianswere reshaping national governments. Tech...

    Every country had a distinctive timing, but the general pattern showed very sharp cycles as reform moved up then down.

    Italian states

    Although few noticed at the time, the first major outbreak came in Palermo, Sicily, starting in January 1848. There had been several previous revolts against Bourbon rule; this one produced an independent state that lasted only 16 months before the Bourbons came back. During those months, the constitution was quite advanced for its time in liberal democratic terms, as was the proposal of an Italian confederation of states.[citation needed] The revolt's failure was reversed 12 years later as t...

    France

    The "February Revolution" in France was sparked by the suppression of the campagne des banquets. This revolution was driven by nationalist and republican ideals among the French general public, who believed the people should rule themselves. It ended the constitutional monarchy of Louis-Philippe, and led to the creation of the French Second Republic. The new government was headed by Louis-Napoleon, the nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte, who in 1852 staged a coup d'état and established himself as a...

    German states

    The "March Revolution" in the German states took place in the south and the west of Germany, with large popular assemblies and mass demonstrations. Led by well-educated students and intellectuals, they demanded German national unity, freedom of the press, and freedom of assembly. The uprisings were poorly coordinated, but had in common a rejection of traditional, autocratic political structures in the 39 independent states of the German Confederation. The middle-class and working-class compon...

    Historian Priscilla Robertsonposits that many goals were achieved by the 1870s, but the credit primarily goes to the enemies of the 1848 revolutionaries, commenting: "Most of what the men of 1848 fought for was brought about within a quarter of a century, and the men who accomplished it were most of them specific enemies of the 1848 movement. Thier...

    Surveys

    1. Breunig, Charles (1977), The Age of Revolution and Reaction, 1789–1850 (ISBN 0-393-09143-0) 2. Chastain, James, ed. (2005) Encyclopedia of Revolutions of 1848 online from Ohio State U. 3. Dowe, Dieter, ed. Europe in 1848: Revolution and Reform(Berghahn Books, 2000) 4. Evans, R. J. W., and Hartmut Pogge von Strandmann, eds. The Revolutions in Europe, 1848–1849: From Reform to Reaction (2000), 10 essays by scholars excerpt and text search 5. Pouthas, Charles. "The Revolutions of 1848" in J....

    France

    1. Clark, Timothy J. Image of the people: Gustave Courbet and the 1848 revolution(Univ of California Press, 1999), his paintings. 2. Duveau, Georges. 1848: The Making of a Revolution(1966) 3. Fasel, George. "The Wrong Revolution: French Republicanism in 1848," French Historical Studies Vol. 8, No. 4 (Autumn, 1974), pp. 654–77 in JSTOR 4. Loubère, Leo. "The Emergence of the Extreme Left in Lower Languedoc, 1848–1851: Social and Economic Factors in Politics," American Historical Review (1968),...

    Germany and Austria

    1. Deak, Istvan. The Lawful Revolution: Louis Kossuth and the Hungarians, 1848–1849(1979) 2. Hahs, Hans J. The 1848 Revolutions in German-speaking Europe(2001) 3. Hamerow, Theodore S. "History and the German Revolution of 1848." American Historical Review 60.1 (1954): 27–44. online. 4. Hewitson, Mark. "'The Old Forms are Breaking Up, ... Our New Germany is Rebuilding Itself': Constitutionalism, Nationalism and the Creation of a German Polity during the Revolutions of 1848–49," English Histori...

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  4. La Revolución alemana de 1848-1849 —que en términos de la primera fase revolucionaria del año 1848 se la conoce también como la Revolución de Marzo — fue el acontecimiento revolucionario que tuvo lugar entre marzo de 1848 y finales de 1849 en la Confederación Germánica.