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Congress of Vienna

Summary: Dealing with the Congress of Vienna, world powers that attended, and reasons for being formed.
The congress of Vienna also known as the "dancing congress' was a European Conference which was established after the downfall of Napoleon to reintegrate divisionary territorial tactics. This congress, first in a series of six took place in September of 1814 to June 1815 in Vienna, Austria. The nations, which attended the Congress consisted of the "powerhouse", which was the Quadruple Alliance (Britain, Austria, Prussia, Russia) and France later on in 1818. The representatives for these nations include Klemens Van Metternich, Lord Castlereagh, Karl Van Hardenburg, Alexander I, and Prince Tallyerand.

Klemens Van Matternich was the powerful Austrian Prince who could be seen as the brains of the operation in the congress system. He was able to establish European diplomatic techniques over the following 7 years, and was principally involved in maintaining peace until the commencement  of the first world war.

Following Metternich is Lord Castlereagh of England. His main objective...

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