What is the outcome of the Austro-Prussian War?
|Date||14 June – 22 July 1866 (1 month and 8 days)|
|Location||Bohemia, Germany, Italy and Adriatic Sea|
|Result||Prussian-led German and Italian victory Dissolution of the German Confederation Formation of the North German Confederation Exclusion of Austria from Germany Formation of Austria-Hungary|
Which of the following was an immediate result of the Austro-Prussian War?
Which of the following was an immediate result of the Austro-Prussian War (1866)? a. The German Empire was established. Prussia dominated the German unification movement.
What was the purpose of the Austro-Prussian War?
On 15-16 June, Prussia invaded the neighbouring states of Hanover, Saxony and Hesse, all allies of Austria. Their aim was to quickly force those states to surrender so that their manpower could not be used by Austria. On 20 June Italy also declared war on Austria.
Why did Austria-Hungary ally with Germany?
Austro-German Alliance, also called Dual Alliance, (1879) pact between Austria-Hungary and the German Empire in which the two powers promised each other support in case of attack by Russia, and neutrality in case of aggression by any other power. The addition of Italy in 1882 made it the Triple Alliance.
What did Mussolini promise Italians he would achieve?
Mussolini invented a political philosophy known as fascism, extolling it as an alternative to socialist radicalism and parliamentary inaction. Fascism, he promised, would end political corruption and labor strife while maintaining capitalism and private property. It would make trains run on time.
How did the Great Depression help Hitler’s message?
Fear and uncertainty about Germany’s future also led many Germans in search of the kind of stability that Hitler offered. While the Great Depression (and German economic conditions in general) were not solely responsible for bringing Hitler to power, they helped create an environment in which he gained support.