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Title: The Spring of Nations (1848)
Other Titles: Wiosna Ludów (1848)
Authors: Hadrysiak, Sylwia
Keywords: MIH
digital module
módulo digital
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Społeczna Wyższa Szkoła Przedsiębiorczości i Zarządzania
Abstract: The Spring of Nations is a term used to describe a series of revolutionary and national upris-ings, which occurred in Europe from 1848 to 1849. The concept of "nations" refers to societies seeking to participate in the ruling, to social classes looking to improve their living conditions and to nationalities struggling for autonomy, independence or unification within one state. During the Spring of Nations three revolutionary trends were thus revealed: related to political, social or national system. Revolutionary explosions of 1848 - 1849 covered almost the whole of Europe. There were no instances of it in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and in the Russian Empire. On the Iberian Peninsula only peasant revolts took place. Revolutionary movements in one country affected other nations. Information about events spread rapidly, leading to more uprisings. Many participants of the Spring of Nations were active in several countries.
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