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  Second war of Schleswig - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Like the First war of Schleswig, the second was fought for control of the duchy of Schleswig, which was finally resolved by partition after World War I, with Northern Schleswig voting to be reunited with Denmark.
This Second War of Schleswig of 1864 was presented by invaders to be an implementation of the law of the Confideration (Bundesexekution) in Germany.
By Article V of the Treaty of Prague Schleswig was ceded by Austria to Prussia with the reservation that the populations of the North of Schleswig shall be again united with Denmark in the event of their expressing a desire so to be by a vote freely exercised.
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 First war of Schleswig - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The First war of Schleswig (1848 1850), known in Denmark as the Three Years' War (Treårskrigen), was a military conflict in southern Denmark, contesting the issue of who should control the duchies of Schleswig and Holstein.
On July 10, 1849 another truce was signed; Schleswig, until the peace, was to be administered separately, under a mixed commission, Holstein was to be governed by a vicegerent of the German empire (an arrangement equally offensive to German and Danish sentiment).
Austria and Prussia were on the verge of war, and the sole hope of preventing Russia from entering such a war on the side of Austria lay in settling the Schleswig-Holstein question in a manner desirable to her.
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 Schleswig-Holstein - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Duchy of Schleswig was originally an integrated part of Denmark, but was in medieval times established as a fief under the Kingdom of Denmark, with the same relation to the Danish Crown as for example Brandenburg or Bavaria had to the German Emperor.
This was the beginning of the First War of Schleswig (1848-51) which ended in a Danish victory.
Following the Austro-Prussian War of 1866, section five of the Peace of Prague stated that the people on Northern Schleswig should be granted the right to a referendum on whether they would remain under Prussian rule or return to Danish rule.
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 First World War.com - Feature Articles - The Causes of World War One
The explosive that was World War One had been long in the stockpiling; the spark was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, in Sarajevo on 28 June 1914.
Almost immediately following her defeat by Prussia in the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71, together with the humiliating annexation by the newly unified Germany of the coal-rich territories of Alsace and Lorraine, the French government and military alike were united in thirsting for revenge.
To this end the French devised a strategy for a vengeful war upon Germany, Plan XVII, whose chief aim was the defeat of Germany and the restoration of Alsace and Lorraine.
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 Propaganda Postcards of the Great War (World War 1) - Schleswig
Schleswig is the Duchy which forms the territorial commonality between Germany and Denmark.
Prussia occupying and administering Schleswig and Austria occupying Holstein.
Schleswig, a province of mixed ethnic German and Danish population had been an integral part of Prussia, the German Empire's dominant state for 48 years.
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 Encyclopedia: First war of Schleswig   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The negotiations broke down, however, on the refusal of Denmark to yield the principle of the indissoluble union with the Danish crown; on February 23 the truce was at an end, and on April 3, the war was renewed.
On July 10, 1849 another truce was signed; Schleswig, until the peace, was to be administered separately, under a mixed commission, Holstein was to be governed by a vicegerent of the German empirean arrangement equally offensive to German and Danish sentiment.
Austria and Prussia were on the verge of war, and the sole hope of preventing Russia from throwing her sword into the scale of Austria lay in settling the Schleswig-Holstein question in the sense desired by her.
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 Second war of Schleswig   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Second war of Schleswig also known as Danish war or Danish-Prussian war in 1864 was fought between Germany and Denmark.
When the government in Copenhagen sought to make Schleswig an integral part of the Danish state in 1863, nationalist sentiment in central Europe was outraged.
Afraid to let the Prussians act on their own, the emperor agreed, and in 1864 there was a brief war against Denmark that demonstrated the strength of the reorganized army of the Hohenzollerns.
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 First war of Schleswig   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
First war of Schleswig in 1848 - 1850 was a military conflict in southern Denmark.
The Napoleonic Wars had awakened German national feeling, and thepolitical bonds that had historically existed between Schleswig and Holstein suggested that the two regions should form a single country within a united Germany.
Germannationalists conversely sought to confirm Schleswig's association with Holstein, in the process detaching the former fromDenmark.
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 Christian IX of Denmark - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
He was immediately plunged into a crisis over the possession and status of Schleswig and Holstein, two territories to Denmark's south when, under pressure, he signed the November Constitution, a treaty that made Schleswig part of Denmark.
This resulted in a brief war between Denmark and a Prussian/Austrian alliance in 1864.
In November 1863 Frederick of Augustenborg claimed the twin-duchies in succession after King Frederick VII of Denmark, who also was the Duke of Schleswig and Holstein, and who had died without a male heir.
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This is the first use of artillery in a larger scale in Denmark.
First battle in the First Schleswig war beetween 11.000 Danish and 7.000 Schleswig-Holstein troops.
The outbreak from Copenhagen 1658 (The Carl Gustav Wars).
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 First war of Schleswig   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Napoleonic Wars had awakened German national feeling and political bonds that had historically existed between Schleswig and Holstein suggested that the two regions should a single country within a united Germany.
A countermovement developed among the Danish in northern or North Schleswig and from 1838 in Denmark itself where the Liberals that Schleswig had belonged to Denmark for and that the frontier between Germany and must be the Eider River which had historically marked the border Schleswig and Holstein.
This war between Denmark and lasted three years (1848 – 1850) and only ended when the Great pressured Prussia into accepting the London Convention 1852.
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 Frederick VIII of Schleswig and Holstein - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Frederick became the symbol of the nationalist German independence-movement in Schleswig-Holstein, after his father in exchange for money had renounced his claims as first in line to inherit the twin-duchies of Schleswig and Holstein, following the London protocol of May 8th, 1852, which concluded the First war of Schleswig.
In November 1863 Frederick claimed the twin-duchies in succession after King Frederick VII of Denmark, who also was the Duke of Schleswig and Holstein, and who had died without a male heir.
Bismarck used the turbulence to invade the duchies in a Second war of Schleswig, and in the end both the independence-movement, Duke Frederick and all other interested powers were put aside, and the duchies incorporated into Prussia.
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 Letter from Germany. The War in Schleswig Holstein by Frederick Engels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The War in Schleswig Holstein by Frederick Engels
Thus Belgium, the model state of Constitutionalism, was the first to resist the shock of February the first to proclaim martial law and to pass sentences of death upon patriots.
The consequence was the insurrection of the duchies, and the war between Germany and Denmark.
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 First war of Schleswig   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
It also involved troops from Prussia and Sweden The Napoleonic Wars had awakened German national feeling, and the political bonds that had historically existed between Schleswig and Holstein suggested that the two regions should form a single country within a united Germany.
This war between Denmark and Prussia lasted three years (1848 - 1850) and only ended when the Great Powers pressured Prussia into accepting the London Convention of 1852.
McDonald's Schleswig Informationen zum Restaurant, Kindergeburtstagen und Jobangeboten.
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 Scandinavia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Second war of Schleswig followed in 1864.
That was a brief but disastrous war between Denmark and Prussia (supported by Austria).
Schleswig-Holstein was conquered by Prussia, and after Prussia's success in the Franco-Prussian War a Prussian-led German Empire was created, and a new power-balance of the Baltic sea countries was established.
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 Results of World War One   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
This figure was considered too large, for the reparations covered not only direct loss and damage as a result of the war but also indirect war expenditure such as allowances paid to families of soldiers, the cost of maintaining Allied occupation in the Rhine and the war loans of the Belgian government.
Like the treaty-settlement with Germany, Austria was punished for provoking World War I and much of her territory was given up to the newly-created states which were formed as a result of the dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Empire at the end of the War.
First of all, the peace settlement was made by the Big Three and the defeated states were never allowed to discuss the terms.
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 First war of Schleswig - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
First war of Schleswig - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The First war of Schleswig (1848 – 1850), known in Denmark as the Three Years' War (Treårskrigen), was a military conflict in southern Denmark, contesting the issue of who should control the duchies of Schleswig and Holstein.
The childlessness of the Danish king worked in favor of the Germans, as did the ancient Treaty of Ripen, which stipulated that the two duchies must not be separated.
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 Scandinavia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
It may have referred to the dangerous banks around (skan- is the same as in Scandinavia, and -ör means "sandbanks") and Falsterbo in Scania in southernmost Scandinavia.
Alternatively, the first element is sometimes attributed to the Scandinavian giantess Skadi from Norse mythology.
The modern Scandinavian co-operation after World War I also came to include the independent Finland and (since 1944) Iceland and Scandinavian as a political term came to be replaced by the term Nordic countries; and eventually, in 1952, by the Nordic Council institution.
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 Revanchism
Revanchist politics often rely on the identification of a nation with a nation-state, often mobilizing deep-rooted sentiments of ethnic nationalism, claiming territories outside of the state where members of the nation live, and use heavy-handed chauvinist nationalism to mobilise support for their aims.
This is one of the major reasons France went to great pains to woo Russia over to its side, first by means of the Franco-Russian Alliance of 1894, and then by a series of accords, including the Triple Entente, which eventually led Russia to enter World War I on the side of the Allies.
Revanchist sentiments provoked two 19th-century wars between Prussia and Denmark over Schleswig and Holstein (the First war of Schleswig 1848-1851 and the Second war of Schleswig in 1864).
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Soon, however, a civil war between the nobles and the king vying for control of the country erupted.
Denmark adopts the 'November Constitution' which aims to unite Schleswig (but not Holstein) with the Danish Kingdom and therefore is a breach of the peace treaty of 1851 in which Denmark had promised not to separate the two duchies.
Due to this, Prussia and Austria declare war and conquer Schleswig, Holstein, and Lauenburg in the 'second war of Schleswig'.
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 Kalundborg og Omegns Museum - West-Zealanders in the American Civil War
Christian Jensen was killed during the American Civil War in the first battle in which he participated (The Battle of Stones River).
In the decade before the Civil War, emigration from Denmark to the United States was as yet quite limited and came mainly from the islands of Langeland, Møn, Lolland, Zealand and Fuenen.
In this context, the Danish immigrants’ participation in the war was a dramatic chapter in which the ultimate degree of integration was demonstrated by their willingness to go to war, and possibly die, for a new homeland.
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 Second War Of Schleswig   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Casey Byers of Schleswig was killed when the vehicle he was...
Denmark lost its fertile land in Schleswig-Holstein as the result of the German-Denmark War in 1863...
The coalition would be the first of its kind in 36 years and only the second since the war.
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 Second war of Schleswig   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Afraid to let the Prussians act their own the emperor agreed and in 1864 there was a brief war against that demonstrated the strength of the reorganized of the Hohenzollerns.
Danish hopes for foreign assistance proved and by the Peace of Vienna (October 30) the duchies became the joint possession Prussia and Austria.
When I was first loaned this music 20 years ago on an old LP, it held me spellbound and I still find it deeply moving.
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 First war of Schleswig -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The First war of Schleswig (1848 – 1850) was a military conflict in southern (A constitutional monarchy in northern Europe; consists of the mainland of Jutland and many islands between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea) Denmark.
These differences led in March 1848 to an open uprising by (Click link for more info and facts about Schleswig-Holstein) Schleswig-Holstein's German majority in support of independence from Denmark and of close association with the (Click link for more info and facts about German Confederation) German Confederation.
This war between Denmark and Prussia lasted three years (1848–1850) and only ended when the (A state powerful enough to influence events throughout the world) Great Powers pressured Prussia into accepting the London Convention of 1852.
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