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Why Was Bismarck More Successful Than The Revolutionaries Of 1848–49 In Unifying Germ - Puppeteer - 06-12-2016

Prussia’s economy was strong; candidates can discuss the importance of the Zollverein
Bismarck was helped by Prussia’s strong military power whereas the earlier revolutionaries had been militarily weak.
He was supported by William I whereas Frederick William IV spurned the possibility of a German crown. However, Frederick
William IV did introduce a comparatively liberal constitution that became attractive to other German states.
Bismarck’s authoritarian attitude and his willingness and ability to override objections in Prussia, for example from the
Liberals, were a contrast to the divisions and uncertainties of 1848-49
Bismarck was more skilful in handling the other German states as he was the minister of a universally-recognized monarchy,
thus he was more successful in dealing with other countries through his diplomacy and use of war.
Candidates can illustrate this through the Danish War (1864), the Austro-Prussian War (1866) and the Franco-Prussian War
(1870).
Meanwhile, Austria was a weaker rival by the 1860s and less able to prevent German unification.[/size]
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