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Unification of Germany Assessment Task

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Full notes on the unification of Germany, including possible questions and pictures.

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Orders, decorations, and medals of Imperial Germany Modern history of Germany Chivalry European people Knights of the Golden Fleece German Lutherans Pan-Germanism German emperors Otto von Bismarck Unification of Germany Prussia Austro-Prussian War Napoleon ➢ Napoleon
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Orders, decorations, and medals of Imperial Germany Modern history of Germany Chivalry European people Knights of the Golden Fleece German Lutherans Pan-Germanism German emperors Otto von Bismarck Unification of Germany Prussia Austro-Prussian War Napoleon ➢ Napoleon
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Who was William I 2. Who was Otto Von Bismarck 3. What did Germany look like geographically and how was it organised before it was a country 4. Why was Prussia the strongest of the German states 5.What was Bismarck’s intention for Prussia and what did he do to achieve this 6. Why does Prussia go to war with Austria What is the result of this war Consequences of German Unification 7. Why did France and Prussia want influence over who was King of Spain 8. When did France declare war on Prussia and under what circumstances was this declaration made 9. Which side won the Franco-Prussian war and why (What factors influenced Prussia’s win and Germany’s defeat ) 10. What was Bismarck’s role in unifying Germany 11. When was the Treaty of Frankfurt signed and what did the treaty stipulate 12....
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