Napoleon: Battle of Leipzig, Battle of Waterloo and His Demise

Victory belongs to the most persevering.-Napoleon Napoleon was a man of extraordinary capabilities. He wanted to fulfil the aspirations of French people and himself at the same time. Two contradictories aspirations eventually led to the blunders of Napoleon. We are going Read more

Congress of Vienna: Principal of Legitimacy and Compensation

Napoleon passed away from the world’s stage. The old order again came into the scene and wanted to establish their hegemony once again over the world. The old monarchs and leaders from different European countries came on one stage and Read more

Italian Unification: Role of Mazzini, Garibaldi and Cavour

We have discussed the revolts that shocked the European countries in the 1850s. So, now we will discuss the unification of Italian states and role of Mazzini, Garibaldi and Cavour in this. The Italian States After Napoleon After coming into Read more

Germany Unification: Bismarck and His Blood and Iron Policy

The Otto von Bismarck was born in the year of waterloo. He served for many years as a diplomatic envoy in various Courts. In 1862 Friedrich Wilhelm IV, King of Prussia appointed him as the Prime Minister of the Prussia. Bismarck Read more

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