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  • The War Of Bavarian Succession

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    of Saxony (one of Bavaria’s allies in the war), the widow of Maximilian Joseph, as well as prussia and neighboring minor german states. While Furthermore, Charles II Auguste message resonated very well with the neighboring countries Saxony and Prussia. Meanwhile, Austria still wanted to re-establish itself as a part of Germany, so what did they decided to do? They Invaded Bavaria. The War of Bavarian Succession first began when Joseph II of Austria attempted to acquire Bavaria to establish a Habsburg

  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Essay

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    first, 1761 as a singer in the Latin play “Sigismundus Humgariae Rex.”      In January 1762, he his father and his sister went to Munich for three weeks. While there, he and his sister perform for the Bavarian Elector Maximilian III Joseph.

  • Maria Theresa

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    daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI, was the last ruler of the House of Habsburg. Prior to Theresa’s birth, in 1700 Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I and Archdukes Joseph and Charles of Austria signed the Mutual Pact of Succession, giving the eldest son’s daughters a higher position in the line of succession. After Emperor Leopold I and Joseph I died, Archduke Charles of Austria ascended the throne. As the last male heir of the Habsburg Empire, Charles VI issued the Pragmatic Sanction of 1713. With this

  • The Monroe Doctrine... a Positive

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    England and in France during the course of their political revolutions. In this period, it became manifest throughout Europe. Nationalism is a primary motivating element, which determined the course of events in France during the regime of Napoleon III, Italy where unification was achieved, Germany, where unification was achieved, Russia where important steps towards modernization were taken, and the United States, which experienced the Civil War, a war to preserve the union.” [7] Nationalism is the

  • Napoleon III: The Pragmatic Emperor

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    ​The final defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte at Waterloo and the collapse of the French Empire left a bittersweet mood in France. Many, tired of the long war and declining morale, welcomed a fresh start. Others, however, missed the sweet taste of empire and detested defeat and the foreign dissection of French territory. In exile, the Bonapartes waited for a chance and a member of the family who could restore honor to their name. Louis Napoleon met the description. Staging multiple failed coups, Napoleon

  • Pope Benedict XVI Biography Essay

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    Pope Benedict XVI: A Life and Papacy Revealed      On April 19, 2005 Joseph Alois Ratzinger was elected as successor to the beloved Pope John Paul II. He was formally enthroned during the papal inauguration Mass on April 24, 2005 and chose the name of Pope Benedict XVI (Wiki P. Ben XVI bio). Elected at the age of 78 Pope Benedict XVI was the oldest to be elected Pope since Clement XII in 1730 (Wiki P. Ben XVI bio). Pope Benedict is only the eight German Pope to be elected

  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart As A Composer Of The Classical Era

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    his elder sister and was the other who survived past infancy. His family made several trips while growing up to Europe where he started his career as a child prodigy. These began with an exhibition in 1762 at the court of Prince-elector Maximillian III of Bavaria in Munich, and at the Imperial Court in Vienna and Prague. Shortly after, Mozart wrote his first symphony when he was eight years old, even though some say that his father did most of the work for him. In 1747, he married Anna Maria in Salzburg

  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (German: [ˈvɔlfɡɑŋ amaˈdeus ˈmoːtsaʁt], English see fn.[1]), baptismal name Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart[2] (27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791), was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era. He composed over 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, piano, operatic, and choral music. He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers. Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood

  • Imperialism And War : American Foreign Affairs

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    Imperialism and War: American Foreign Affairs 1865-1920 After the Civil War Americans got busy expanding internally. With the frontier to conquer and virtually unlimited resources, they had little reason to look elsewhere. Americans generally had a high level of disdain for Europe, although wealthy Americans were often educated there and respected European cultural achievements in art, music and literature. Americans also felt secure from external threat because of their geographic isolation between

  • Revolutionary Changes in the Atlantic World, 1750–1850

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    CHAPTER 21 Revolutionary Changes in the Atlantic World, 1750–1850 I. Prelude to Revolution: The Eighteenth-Century Crisis A. Colonial Wars and Fiscal Crises 1. Rivalry among the European powers intensified in the early 1600s as the Dutch Attacked Spanish and Portuguese possessions in the Americas and in Asia. In the 1600s and 1700s the British then checked Dutch commercial and colonial ambitions and went on to defeat France in the Seven Years War (1756–1763)