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Tunnelbereich einer Bodenstruktur einer Rohbaukarosserie eines Kraftfahrzeugs und Querbrücke. Following the important, but relatively minor, demonstrations against Lola Montez in Bavaria on February 9, see below , the first major revolt of in German lands occurred in Vienna on March 13, Emperor Ferdinand and his chief advisor Metternich directed troops to crush the demonstration.
When demonstrators moved to the streets near the palace, the troops fired on the students, killing several. The Diet of Lower Austria demanded Metternich's resignation. With no forces rallying to Metternich's defense, Ferdinand reluctantly complied and dismissed him. The former chancellor went into exile in London. Ferdinand appointed new, nominally liberal, ministers. The Austrian government drafted a constitution in late April The citizens of Vienna returned to the streets from May 26 through 27, , erecting barricades to prepare for an army offense.
Ferdinand and his family fled to Innsbruck, where they spent the next few months surrounded by the loyal peasantry of the Tyrol. He converted the Imperial Diet into a Constituent Assembly to be elected by the people. Ferdinand returned to Vienna from Innsbruck on August 12, On August 23, , Austrian troops opened fire on unarmed demonstrators and shot several. On October 6 through 7, , the citizens of Vienna had demonstrated against the emperor's actions against forces in Hungary.
Struve Putsch 21—25 September Baden Mutiny 9 May — 23 July Baden had a liberal constitution from until reaction resulted in aristocratic rulers revoking the constitution in His reign brought liberal reforms in constitutional, civil and criminal law, and in education. In Baden joined the Prussian Customs Union. Baden was the first state in Germany to have popular unrest, despite the liberal reforms.
After the news of the February Days in Paris reached Baden, there were several unorganized instances of peasants burning the mansions of local aristocrats and threatening them. On February 27, , in Mannheim , an assembly of people from Baden adopted a resolution demanding a bill of rights. Similar resolutions were adopted in Württemberg , Hesse-Darmstadt , Nassau , and other German states. The surprisingly strong popular support for these movements forced rulers to give in to many of the Märzforderungen demands of March almost without resistance.
The March Revolution in Vienna was a catalyst to revolution throughout the German states. Popular demands were made for an elected representative government and for the unification of Germany. Fear on the part of the princes and rulers of the various German states caused them to concede in the demand for reform.
They approved a preparliament, which was convened from March 31, , until April 4, , in St. Paul's Church in Frankfurt am Main , charged with the task of drafting a new constitution, to be called the "Fundamental Rights and Demands of the German People. On April 8, , a law allowing universal suffrage and an indirect two-stage voting system was agreed to by the assembly. Karl Mathy , a right-center journalist, was among those elected as deputy to the Frankfurt National Assembly.
Disorder fomented by republican agitators continued in Baden. Fearing greater riots, the Baden government began to increase the size of its army and to seek assistance from neighboring states. A full-scale uprising broke out on April 12, In May , a resurgence of revolutionary activity occurred in Baden.
As this was closely connected to the uprising in the German Palatinate , it is described below, in the section titled, "The Palatinate. When the revolutionary upsurge revived in the spring of , the uprisings started in Elberfeld in the Rhineland on May 6, The uprising in Baden and the Palatinate took place largely in the Rhine Valley along their mutual border, and are considered aspects of the same movement.
In Baden conditions for the provisional government were ideal: The army strongly supported the demands for a constitution;  the state had amply supplied arsenals, and a full exchequer. The Palatinate did not have the same conditions. The Palatinate traditionally contained more upper-class citizens than other areas of Germany, and they resisted the revolutionary changes. When the insurrectionary government took over in the Palatinate, they did not find a fully organized state or a full exchequer.
France banned sales and export of arms to either Baden or the Palatinate. The provisional government first appointed Joseph Martin Reichard , a lawyer, democrat and deputy in the Frankfurt Assembly, as the head of the military department in the Palatinate. Hermann von Natzmer was the former Prussian officer who had been in charge of the arsenal of Berlin.
Refusing to shoot insurgent forces who stormed the arsenal on June 14, , Natzmer became a hero to insurgents across Germany. Gustav Adolph Techow , a former Prussian officer, also joined Palatinate forces. Democrats of the Palatinate and across Germany considered the Baden-Palatinate insurrection to be part of the wider all-German struggle for constitutional rights.
Franz Sigel , a second lieutenant in the Baden army, a democrat and a supporter of the provisional government, developed a plan to protect the reform movement in Karlsruhe and the Palatinate. After inciting Stuttgart and the surrounding state of Württemberg , the military corp would march to Nuremberg and set up camp in the state of Franconia. Sigel failed to account for dealing with the separate Town of Frankfurt, the home of the Frankfurt Assembly, in order to establish an All-German character to the military campaign for the German constitution.
Despite Sigel's plan, the new insurgent government did not go on the offensive. The uprising in Karlsruhe and the state of Baden was eventually suppressed by the Bavarian Army. Lorenz Peter Brentano , a lawyer and democrat from Baden, headed its government,  wielding absolute power.
Florian Mördes was appointed as Minister of the Interior. Brentano ordered the day-to-day affairs of the uprising in Baden, and Mieroslawski directed a military command on the Palatinate side. They did not coordinate well. For example, Mieroslawski decided to abolish the long-standing toll on the Mannheim-Ludwigshaven bridge over the Rhine River. It was not collected on the Palatinate side, but Brentano's government collected it on the Baden side. He and his troops were forced to retreat across the mountains of southern Baden, where they fought a last battle against the Prussians in the town of Murg, on the frontier between Baden and Switzerland.
Frederick Engels took part in the uprising in Baden and the Palatinate. On May 10, , he and Karl Marx traveled from Cologne , Germany, to observe the events of the region. D'Ester had been elected as a deputy to the Prussian National Assembly in He wanted to provide Marx with the mandate to attend the meeting in his place. Marx and Engels met with D'Ester in the town of Kaiserlautern.
Marx obtained the mandate and headed off to Paris. Engels remained in the Palatinate, where in he joined citizens at the barricades of Elberfeld in the Rhineland, preparing to fight the Prussian troops expected to arrive against the uprising. He was also a member of the Communist League and supported revolutionary change in Germany.
The Prussians defeated this revolutionary army, and the survivors of Willichs Corps crossed over the frontier into the safety of Switzerland. Engels did not reach Switzerland until July 25, He sent word of his survival to Marx and friends and comrades in London , England. In March , crowds of people gathered in Berlin to present their demands in an "address to the king". King Frederick William IV , taken by surprise, verbally yielded to all the demonstrators' demands, including parliamentary elections, a constitution, and freedom of the press.
He promised that "Prussia was to be merged forthwith into Germany. On March 13, after warnings by the police against public demonstrations went ignored, the army charged a group of people returning from a meeting in the Tiergarten, leaving one person dead and many injured. On March 18, a large demonstration occurred.
After two shots were fired, fearing that some of the 20, soldiers would be used against them, demonstrators erected barricades, and a battle ensued until troops were ordered 13 hours later to retreat, leaving hundreds dead. Afterwards, Frederick William attempted to reassure the public that he would proceed with reorganizing his government. The King also approved arming the citizens. On March 21, the King proceeded through the streets of Berlin to attend a mass funeral at the Friedrichshain cemetery for the civilian victims of the uprising.
He and his ministers and generals wore the revolutionary tricolor of black, red, and gold. Polish prisoners, who had been jailed for planning a rebellion in formerly Polish territories now ruled by Prussia, were liberated and paraded through the city to the acclaim of the people.
The persons killed during the riots were laid out on catafalques on the Gendarmenmarkt. Some 40, people accompanied these fallen demonstrators to their burial place at Friedrichshain. A Constituent National Assembly was elected and gathered in St. Paul's Church in Frankfurt am Main on May 18, The deputies consisted of government officials, 95 judges, 81 lawyers, teachers, 17 manufacturers and wholesale dealers, 15 physicians, and 40 landowners.
It became known as the 'professors' parliament,' as many of its members were academics in addition to their other responsibilities. The one working-class member was Polish and, like colleagues from the Tyrol, not taken seriously. Starting on May 18, , the Frankfurt Assembly worked to find ways to unite the various German states and to write a constitution.
On May 22, , another elected assembly sat for the first time in Berlin. They set about the task of writing a constitution "by agreement with the Crown. This constitution took effect on December 5, This legislature was composed of a Herrenhaus and a Landtag.
Otto von Bismarck was elected to the first Landtag elected under the new monarchical constitution. In Dresden , the capital of the Kingdom of Saxony , the people took to the streets asking King Frederick Augustus II of Saxony to engage in electoral reform, social justice and for a constitution.
German composer Richard Wagner passionately engaged himself in the revolution in Dresden, supporting the democratic-republican movement. Later during the May Uprising in Dresden from May 3—9, , he supported the provisional government.
He spent a number of years in exile abroad, in Switzerland, Italy, and Paris.
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