British Foreign Policy 1815-1851

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British Foreign Policy 1815-1851
1 Aims of those who met at Vienna- 1815
1.1 make sure French paid for their misdeeds
1.2 further their own interests, make sure victorious powers gained compensation
1.3 prevent further French aggression; might threaten peace with Europe
1.3.1 strengthen states around France
1.3.1.1 4 leading powers remained on good terms with each other to maintain balance of power
1.3.1.1.1 Castlereagh worried that if the settlement was too harsh then it would make them bitter and likely to go to war again
1.4 How successful?
1.4.1 reduced frontiers
1.4.2 lost many oversea colonies
1.4.3 allowed to keep Alsace Lorraine
1.4.4 victorious powers all gained territories
1.4.5 france's smaller neighbours were strengthened
1.4.6 quadruple alliance formed: Britain, Austria, Prussia, and Russia
1.4.7 balance of power achieved
2 aims and achievement of Lord Castlereagh in foreign affairs
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