Why Did Prussia Achieve Dominance In 1866
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December 16, 2015
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General Roon foresaw that a strong military would be required to accomplish such a task and sought to pass the Army bill.
Prussia’s monopoly in the Zollverein meant that as a society, it was far more better off than that of Austria. A large majority of the population were well educated, many holding university degrees...
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A large majority of the population were well educated, many holding university degrees. Combined with the raw resources provided by the Rhineland this meant Prussia had been able to industrialize, resulting in transportation and technological advances, placing it well ahead of its rival. This proved useful later such as the breech-loading gun which devastated Austrian troops at Sadowa in 1866, causing Austria to realize that their only option was back down from its position of power...
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