European history after 1715, Humanities

European History after 1715-Through the last decades of the seventeenth century the dominant European power is France, brought to a pinnacle of prestige through that mainly absolute of monarchs, Louis XIV. The major concern of France's neighbors and rivals is to maintain this mighty force in check.

However to the east and north of the continent powerful forces are stirring also. Russia is flexing her muscles, against the Swedish kingdom to the west for control of the Baltic and against the Ottoman kingdom to the southeast for access to the Black Sea.

Prussia, Austria and others: AD 1740-1748?

Prussia, Austria and others: AD 1756-1763?

Eastern turmoil: AD 1768-1795?

French upheavals: AD 1789-1815?

French upheavals: AD 1789-1815?

Congress of Vienna: AD 1814-1815?

Quadruple and Holy Alliances: AD 1814-1822?

Revolutions: AD 1830-1848?

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