To protect the peace settlement reached at the Congress of Vienna Britain Austria Prussia and Russia formed the?
The Congress of Vienna.
Britain, Russia, Prussia, and Austria
Britain,Austria,Russia and Prussia
Great Britain, the Dutch Netherlands, Spain, Austria, and Prussia Great Britain, the Dutch Netherlands, Spain, Austria, and Prussia Great Britain, the Dutch Netherlands, Spain, Austria, and Prussia Great Britain, the Dutch Netherlands, Spain, Austria, and Prussia Great Britain, the Dutch Netherlands, Spain, Austria, and Prussia Great Britain, the Dutch Netherlands, Spain, Austria, and Prussia Great Britain, the Dutch Netherlands, Spain, Austria, and Prussia
Russia, Prussia, Austria, Great Britain, and later France.
The Conquerors of Napoleon - Britain, Austria, Prussia and Russia.
Metternich of Austria Hardenburg of Prussia Castlereagh of Great Britain Alexander I of Russia Talleyrand of France
If you mean in the Congress of Vienna, the countries were Prussia, Russia, Austria, Britain, and France.
Austria, Britain, France, Russia, and sometimes Prussia, with limited or no participation by other delegates.
Britain gained economic domination of India.
France, Prussia, Austria, and Great Britain
Austria, prussia, Russia, and great Britain
Great Britain. Of the Allied powers, only Russia, Austria and Prussia signed the agreement, the so-called Troppau Protocol of 1820.
Prussia received the majority of the Rhineland during the Congress of Vienna. Prussia received the majority of the Rhineland because they only received half of Saxony and shared Poland with Russia and Austria.
Great Britain, Prussia, Russia and Austria.
Austria, France, and Russia vs Britain and Prussia
Austria, Russia, and France vs Britain and Prussia
Austria, United Kingdom, Russia and Prussia. France was the fifth state that was able to influence the Congress.
The Big Four of Austria, Prussia, Russia and the United Kingdom.
The United Kingdom, Russia, Prussia and Austria.
Prince Klemens von Metternich represented Austria. Alexander I represented Russia. Prince Karl August von Hardenberg represented Prussia. Great Britain was represented by Lord Castlereagh.
Austria, Prussia, Russia, Britain, and France!
Britain and Prussia vs France, Austria, and Russia
The Big Four of Europe, United Kingdom, Austria, Prussia and Russia.
In the 1800s, the major powers in Europe were Britain, France, Austria, Prussia, and Russia. Britain and France had overseas empires.
In Europe the war started because Austria wanted to gain back Silesia from Prussia. Prussia allied with Britain and some of the other German states. Austria allied with France, Russia and Saxony. In the Americas, Britain used the war to kick France out of North America. This part of the war was called the French and Indian War. Britain also gained India. Prussia was able to keep Silesia.
Austria,Prussia,Great Britain, and Russia
The Big Four were Austria, Prussia, Russia and the United Kingdom.
For starters, the coalition members PEAR = Prussia, England, Austria, and Russia
What was the Fight between the countries Austria France and Russia allied against Britain and PRussia?
Seven Years' War
The Seven Years War was: Prussia, Britain and Hannover fought against Austria, France, Russia, Sweden and Spain. The base of the conflict was twofold. Firstly, there was serious rivalry between Britain and France about the colonies. Secondly, Prussia and Austria fought over Germany. It was between 1756 and 1763.
The War of Austrian Succession (1740-1748) started when Maria Theresa became the empress of Austria, and Frederick II of Prussia decided to invade & take Silesia from Austria. The Austrian Succession then continued to involve other European powers at the time... So, the alliances formed was with: Austria & Britain vs. Prussia & France
The Treaty of London (1839) guaranteed Belgian neutrality. It was signed by Britain, France, Prussia, the Netherlands, Austria and Russia.
The Seventh Coalition, set up by Austria, Prussia, Russia and Great Britain.
Austria itself was never part of Prussia, however, Prussia conquered and gained control of an area formally ruled by Austria, known as Silesia.
Austria and Prussia emerged and rose to power.
Prussia and Austria were two different rivals of the vast European Empire in eighteenth century. Prussia had invaded and defeated Austria after a 7 year long battle.
Prussia and Austria were fighting over a cookie. Prussia needed the cookie for Santa and Austria needed it for starving ants. The. Prussia took a rocket launcher and blew off Austria's heads. Prussia won the cookie and gave it to Santa.
Prussia and Austria are not similar due to their history of descendants and people who ruled it. Moreover, Prussia was inhabited by salvic and Baltic tribes.
Austria - Prince Metternich France - Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord Prussia - Frederick William III & Karl August von Hardenburg Russia - Tsar Alexander I Great Britain - Viscount Castlereagh & later the Duke of Wellington, and then the Earl of Clancarty
King Fredrick William III of Prussia, Czar Alexander the ! of Russia, Emperor Francis I, and Prince Klemens Von Metternich of Austria.
Prussia was the state and former kingdom of Germany. Austria became a vassal state to Prussia. Later on Austria and Prussia become little more than just vassal state.
List the members of the informal coalition that took up arms against France What was the result of this conflict?
Austria, Prussia, Spain, Portugal, Britain, & the Dutch Republic
The primary participants were Prussia, Britain and Hanover opposite Austria, Russia and France.. though Spain, Poland, Portugal, Saxony, Sweden etc. were also on the side of Austria, they were not primary.
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
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
Because Austria and Prussia wanted do destroy the new French Republic and so they wanted war.
The characteristics that enabled Russia, Austria, and Prussia to rise to power included the unification process.
The Informal Coalition was the group who took up arms against France. It included Austria, Prussia, Spain, Portugal, Britain, and the Dutch Republic.
The Napoleonic Wars were just one set of conflicts between France and Britain. Previously Britain had been at war with France along with Austria, Hanover, Prussia and Denmark from 1701 to 1711 to prevent the takeover of The Netherlands by France.