How did austria and prussia emerge as great powers?
Austria and Prussia emerged as great powers during the era of absolutism. Austria centralized their holdings and secured domination over hungry. Prussia proven to be the dominant military power, conquered Sweden's possessions and rose as the most efficient bureaucracy.
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The Conquerors of Napoleon - Britain, Austria, Prussia and Russia.
Austria is not now a great power.
1866 during the AUSTRO-PRUSSIAN WAR NEW RESPONDENT Prussia invaded Austria for the first time when Frederick the Great, King of Prussia started the invasion of Silesia on Dec.16,1740.
France, Prussia, Austria, and Great Britain
Austria, prussia, Russia, and great Britain
Great Britain, Prussia, Russia and Austria.
Great Britain. Of the Allied powers, only Russia, Austria and Prussia signed the agreement, the so-called Troppau Protocol of 1820.
France, Russia, Prussia, Great Britan, and Austria
Frederick II (the Great), reigned 1740-1786.
The Great Powers of Europe in 1815 were the Austrian Empire, the British Empire, France, Prussia, and the Russian Empire.
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Russia, Prussia, Austria, Great Britain, and later France.
Enlightened reforms had a great impact in Prussia, Austria, and Russia. Governments were more liberal. Art was light and happy and lost many of the religious aspects that were once common.
In the 19th century, Prussia and Austria were both great powers in Europe, often competing with one another to become the dominant German authority. Despite this, there were also times when Prussia and Austria were on more friendly terms, such as when they were allied in the series of coalition wars against Napoleonic France. One of the more defining differences between the two was that Austria was predominantly a Catholic state, while Prussia was Protestant… Read More
The major enlightened despots were Frederick the Great of Prussia, Catherine the Great of Russia and Joseph II of Austria.
There were actually 8 Great Powers in 1900. The 6 European Great Powers, the United Kingdom, the Austrian Empire, Prussia, France, Russia and Italy, plus the United States and Japan.
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Austria,Prussia,Great Britain, and Russia
European Great Powers in 1914 were: Germany, Austria-Hungary, Russia, France the UK and Italy.
No. Some European great powers, such as Austria-Hungary and Prussia had practically no overseas colonies, while some countries had large overseas empires without being great powers in the 19th and 20th centuries (The Netherlands, Portugual, Belgium). It was above all WW1 and WW2 that caused the decline of Europe.
The Seventh Coalition, set up by Austria, Prussia, Russia and Great Britain.
Great Britain, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Russia, and Italy
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Austria had been challenged (and defeated) by Prussia but was still a great power, and, allied to France and Russia, in 1756-63 nearly managed to regain Silesia.
The war took place between 1754/1756 and 1763 between the great powers and had an effect on Europe, North America, Central America, West Africa and the Phillipines. Specifically the war is also named after the combatants, such as France/India, Pomerania, Sweden/Prussia, Prussia/Austria. The Carnatic war in India and the Third Silesian War
US, germany, bulgaria, Austria- hungary, Ottoman empire, Great Britain, France, Russua, Serbia, Belgium (Allies Powers and Central Powers) Central Powers: germany, bulgaria, austria hungary, ottoman empire Allied Powers: United States, Great britian, France, Russia, Serbia, Belgium
He westernized prussia
Frederick II (The Great) invaded Silesia, and provoked a war with Austria. By 1772, he had joined together the Prussian territories. He had doubled the territory of his country.
Why does Otto von Bismarck feel it was necessary to avoid doing great harm to Austria in its war against Prussia?
Damaging Austria too greatly would cause its leaders to join with Prussia's other enemies.
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Great Britian, Russia, Italy and France.
The European great powers were: * Britain * France * Germany * Russia * Austria-Hungary
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Austria was mad at Prussia because Prussia "stole" Silesia in the previous war, the War of Austrian Succession. That previous war was started partly because the leader of Austria, Maria Theresa, was a woman and perceived as weak. So in the years between the two wars, Maria Theresa re-organized the Austrian army, got alliances from France and Russia, and decided to attack. Great Britain was an ally of Prussia and France was an ally of… Read More
Frederick rejected the crown that was given to him by the Frankfurt Parliament because he wouldn't have full control over Prussia and all the rest of the state the Frankfurt Parliament would be telling him what to do hence why he turnt it down. He basically saved Prussia, if you study the German Confederation you will see that Prussia then becomes dominant in the end over Austria as Austrias power begins to deflate.
He, as the rulers of Prussia and Austria, practically carved out sections of Poland until it was completely dissolved. That is how Russia expanded so much to the west.
during WW1 it was basically the central powers vs. the allied powers. the central powers were GGermany, Austria-Hungary, and their allies, BBulgaria, and the ottoman empire. while the allied powers were the U.S., great Britain, France.
Allied Powers: Russia Great Britain U.S.A. Italy France Central Powers: Austria-Hungary Germany Bulgaria Ottoman Empire
Austria-Hungary, Germany, and Italy were central powers during world war 1 while France, Russia, and Great Britain were allied powers .
It depends on what time period you're referring to. Before WWI, the Great European Powers were the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Austria-Hungary, and Russia. Before WWII, the Great European Powers were the UK, France, Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, and the Soviet Union. Today, the Great European Powers are the UK, France, Germany, and Russia.
In the 19th century, the major European powers had gone to great lengths to maintain a balance of power throughout Europe, resulting by 1900 in a complex network of political and military alliances throughout the continent. These had started in 1815, with the Holy Alliance between Prussia, Russia, and Austria.
Until about 1793 Germany was a patchwork of about 365 more or less sovereign states. Most were very small indeed, but at the other end of the spectrum there were two European great powers, Austria and Prussia. After the Napoleonic Wars the number of states was reduced to 39, and in 1866 the exclusion of Austria paved the wave for German unification in 1871. (This is a much simplifed account). Germany was not 'owned' in… Read More
The two sides were: The Central powers or Axis- Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy The Allied Powers- Great Britain, Russia and France.
The allied powers were Great Britian, Italy, Japan, U.S., and France. The Central powers were Germany, Austria-Hungary, and The Ottoman (Turkish) Empire. World War 1 also known as the great war started in 1914!
The Allies (France, Russia and the British Empire) fought the Central Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary and Turkey).
Frederick the Great came to power in Prussia in 1740. He inherited the thrown after his father's death.
Fredrick II the Great of Prussia.
Frederick the Great of Prussia was the most powerful.