What were the aims of the peacemakers at the Congress of Vienna

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The Congress of Vienna was conducted with the aim of reestablishing the territorial divisions of Europe at the end of the Napoleonic Wars. This in turn lead achieving a balance of power among the countries of Europe, which brought peace and order to Europe. To accomplish this diplomacy, the principle of a ‘just equilibrium’ was adopted and the redrawing of boundaries of Europe to control the expansion of France was made. However, the objectives were …

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…would be some Habsburg influence over the French Bourbon monarchy, but also to insure that France would be unchanged. Despite the selfishness of each country have affected each representative at the Congress of Vienna, the peacemakers overcome this barrier and determined the settlement of Europe in the interest of Europe. The Treaty of Vienna in 1815 kept this balance of power which allowed the peace and order in Europe to remain undisturbed for at least 40 years.