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Changing the Map of Europe Back to 1815

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Published on Jul 5, 2018

What did Europe look like in 1815? In this video we’ll redraw the map of Europe back to the year when Napoleon finally lost his grip on Europe, and when a new future was laid out at the Congress of Vienna.

NOTES
• When pronouncing originally non-English names, I've adhered to the American English pronunciation given by the Merriam-Webster dictionary.
• The borders of some smaller German and Italian states have been simplified for hopefully obvious reasons.
• Hesse-Homburg did not join the German Confederation until 1817, but is nevertheless included here.

ERRATA
• Serbia was granted autonomy within the Ottoman Empire already in late 1815. The territory corresponded to the Smederevo Sanjak/Belgrade Pashalik region.
• The Kiurin khanate in the north Caucasus should be called 'Kurin'.
• The two (artificial) lakes in present-day Ukraine did not exist in 1815.
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Music by Magne Johansen
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