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Analyse the Aims and Attitudes of the Main Characters of Vienna

Summary: The congress of Vienna was an international conference that was held in order to discuss the remaking of Europe after the downfall of Napoleon I. The major powers responsible for that defeat-Austria, Great Britain, Russia, and Prussia - signed the Treaty of Chaumont, saying that they would meet in Vienna, Austria in September to put Europe back in order.

Analyse the aims and attitudes of the main characters of Vienna.

The congress of Vienna was an international conference that was held in order to discuss the remaking of Europe after the downfall of Napoleon I. The major powers responsible for that defeat-Austria, Great Britain, Russia, and Prussia - signed the Treaty of Chaumont, saying that they would meet in Vienna, Austria in September to put Europe back in order. The conference was then held in Vienna, Austria, between September 1814 and June 1815. The main objective of the congress was to make a "balance of power" between the European countries in order to create and preserve peace between the nations.

Even though the conference was opened with balls, dinners, and conferences the main important names soon got down to work. The four major powers of Europe, Russia, Austria, Prussia and Great Britain, were the ones to take the main...

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