Congress of Vienna (1814-1815) and Return of the Conservativism Hegemony in Europe

Authors

  • Qadr Mohammed Mohammed History Department, Faculty of Humanities, University of Raparin Author
  • Hana Ali Hama History Department, Faculty of Humanities, University of Raparin Author
  • Ahmed Hama Mustafa History Department, Faculty of Humanities, University of Raparin Author

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31918/

Abstract

   In the aftermath of Napoleon (1769-1821) invasions in particular in the Leipzig war the European force entered to Paris in 31-3-1814. The successful powers decided to summit a congress to solve the situation which had happened in the aftermath of the Napoleon wars particularly in the political aspect. The changes of the trends towards nationalism, and republic became more popular among the people. The Europeans preferred the new system rather than royal old-fashioned systems which thousands of years ruled the Europe. After long conversation among the politicians of these countries who won the war, by the attempts of Austrian Prime Minister Klemens von Metternich skillful diplomatic, he could persuade the most European powerful countries to summon the congress. They chose Vienna as it was geopolitically significant which was in the center of Europe, and was one of the beautiful cities in Europe. Congress of Vienna was held beside these serious issues and different political views of the participants in years (1814-1815). It could be said that, the congress could successfully narrow these differences among the members of the congress.

 

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Published

2024-04-01

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How to Cite

Mohammed, Qadr Mohammed, Hana Ali Hama, and Ahmed Hama Mustafa , trans. 2024. “Congress of Vienna (1814-1815) and Return of the Conservativism Hegemony in Europe ”. Twejer Journal 6 (2): 267-308. https://doi.org/10.31918/.