Prussia's Rise & Denmark's Decline: The Schleswig Wars 1848-1864 (Documentary)



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The two Schleswig Wars of 1848-51 and 1864 mark an important period in European History. Intertwined with the 1848 revolutions, the First Schleswig War's settlement tries to uphold the European status quo. But the unhappy belligerents soon find themselves at war again in 1864 when Prussian Prime Minister Otto von Bismarck uses the Second Schleswig War as a first step towards German unification.

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»CREDITS
Presented by: Jesse Alexander
Written by: Mark Newton, Jesse Alexander
Director: Toni Steller & Florian Wittig
Director of Photography: Toni Steller
Sound: Above Zero
Editing: Toni Steller
Motion Design: Toni Steller
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Digital Maps: Canadian Research and Mapping Association (CRMA)
Research by: Mark Newton, Jesse Alexander, Nikolai Ebelholst
Fact checking: Florian Wittig

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