Religious and economic differences combined with suspicion about Prussia kept the German states divided. The strength of Austria and varied aims of the nationalists also made unification unlikely.
Why were working class Germans in favour of unification and liberal ideas?
They wanted a written constitution
They wanted to improve their living and working conditions
They wanted to increase the possibility for trade
What did time wasted by the Frankfurt Parliament result in?
Prussian and Austrian rulers regained control
Prussian and Austrian rulers lost control
Rioting started in Berlin
What did Austria believe about Prussia and nationalism?
Nationalism would strengthen Prussia politically and economically
Nationalism would weaken Prussia politically and economically
Nationalism would not greatly effect Prussia, politically or economically
Who helped keep liberalism and nationalism suppressed in the German states?
Frederick William IV
Who was allied to Hesse-Cassel?
Why did many German princes not want unification?
They would be ruled by Austria
They would be subservient to the Prussian king
Many wanted to unite with France
Where in the German states was industry more developed?
What major development helped the northern States in the 1830s?
Where were the majority of Catholic States?
In the south
In the north
In the west
Which type of Christianity was practiced in Prussia?