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Which among the following was/were the reason(s) for the meeting of the four major European powers after the collapse of the Napoleanic Empire in 1814?


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A
The restoration of the Bourbon kings of Spain
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B
The division of French protectorates and annexations into independent states
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C
The establishment of a confederated Germany
Your Answer
D
Realignment and expansion of France's territorial borders 

Solution

The correct options are
A The restoration of the Bourbon kings of Spain
B The division of French protectorates and annexations into independent states
C The establishment of a confederated Germany
The kingdoms of Britain, Russia, Prussia, and Austria convened in Vienna in 1814 to discuss the future of the French protectorates. It was also aimed in re-establishing the traditional conservative institutions. Thus, it restored the Bourbon dynasty in France and Spain. The annexed territories of France were divided between the four major European powers. Post the Napoleanic wars, the Congress of Vienna favoured a conservative vision for Europe that preferred stability and status quo over liberal progress.

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