Causes of the revolution in 1848 in the Austrian Empire.

The revolutions of the 19th century in most cases led to a renewal of political directions. They also influenced the economic and social components. A revolution broke out in the Austrian Empire in 1848 for the reason that the population was infringed upon by the orders imposed by the Habsburg family. They opposed political persecution of opponents of the government. The people opposed the feudal order, since these remnants of the past did not allow capitalist relations in Austria to develop fully.

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