Europe 1815, after the Congress of Vienna
“The Congress of Vienna achieved the post-Napoleonic territorial adjustments shown on the map. The most notable arrangements dealt with areas along France’s borders (the Netherlands, Prussia, Switzerland, and Piedmont) and in Poland and northern Italy.” [book].
Donald Kagan et al. The Western Heritage Since 1300. (p. 686)
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