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To What Extent Was The United Kingdom Successful in Negotiations at the Congress of Vienna

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  • Submitted: 11/12/2006
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GCSE International relations 1900-1939

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To What Extent Was The United Kingdom Successful in Negotiations at the Congress of Vienna

Throughout the years of 1804 - 1815, Europe faced many problems; all of which were caused by an evil man, for some, but for others a legend, called Napoleon Bonaparte. When crowned emperor in 1804 he decided to make his dreams come true, make France the strongest country in Europe and in the world. For this, he created a gigantic army and began to conquer all Europe. With this happening, the other major countries of Europe saw the importance of getting together and deciding what to do with France and all the territory it had won with Napoleon campaigns. Austrian, Britain, Russian, French and Prussian ministers and representatives all decided to get together in Vienna and decide the new territorial arrangements of Europe, after napoleon had been defeated. In six months from November 1814 to May 1815, the famous treaty of Vienna was settled. In this essay, we will investigate to which extent Britain; one of the strongest countries at the congress was successful in negotiations and was able to achieve its plans.

Although all representatives in Vienna had

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