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Napoleonic Europe - 1815 - Seventh Coalition

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Seventh Coalition/Hundred Days & Congress of Vienna

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Areat's avatar
Stupid one hundred days
Hardwing's avatar
Fantastic map!

You can really see the shape of many of Germany's states now.

I wasn't aware of the Coalition occupying so much much of France, probably helped to create resentment.

It is strange, that after so many battles in the wake of the French Revolution, four would form the epilogue.
Cyowari's avatar
Thank you! 

Yep, quite some border stayed similar - although not really the same. (They were often adjusted but only in a minimal scale.) 

Oh yeah, almost everything except Brittany (Loyal Army) and the region south and west of the Loire, except the Pyrenees. 
And of course that was a difficult thing and i think they abandoned it it the course of the Congress to get France back
'to the game' against a strong Prussia & Russia. They wanted to directly annex Poland - and all of Saxony.
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Yep, instead Great Britain compensated Prussia with the Rhineland, thus strongly anchoring it to West Germany and letting it keep an eye on the region considering further french interest. Thus it was ensured an agreement between France and Prussia on the cost of this territory was nearly impossible, alowing Great Britain to play the role of a refree.

Prussia probably wasn't that thrilled.