The Unification of Germany and Italy

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History

 

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Corinne H

 

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August 26, 2015

 

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University

 

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Austria was one of the most powerful German states, however, it provided no leadership or hope in the uniting Germany as one. Since the Germanic people wanted unification, they turned to Prussia for help instead. Prussia was another one of Germany??s strong states. To add to its power, Prussia established a German customs union in 1818 known as the Zollverein; a union that sought to increase trade and profits of its member states, excluding Austria...
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To add to its power, Prussia established a German customs union in 1818 known as the Zollverein; a union that sought to increase trade and profits of its member states, excluding Austria. Austria tried to fight this by persuading some of the lower German states not to join. However, by the end of 1853, all of the states joined, still with the exception of Austria...
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