to take part in American Revolution -> agreed without any guarantee that he would get anything from war
+Made country go Bankrupt because of war since they did not get anything
-Marie Antoinette (wife) was hated by everyone -> daughter of Maria Theresa of Austria
+Hung sheet off of bed they...
about 40 percent of the land in France, and the
bourgeoisie owned about 25 percent.
1. Drawing Inferences From looking at these
circle graphs, what inferences can you draw
about why a revolution occurred in France?
Members of the middle class
were unhappy with the privileges held by nobles...
Revolution. Louis XVI was proving himself to be a poor constitutional monarch.
The Coming of WarWhydidFrancego to war?
Many European regimes had allowed the Revolution, since it weakened France (Prussia) or due to sympathy with liberal demands (Britain).
However, when the monarchy was...
which thousands of people including the king of France Louis XVI, were killed because they did not agree with the Revolution.
18. what was the de-Christianisation campaign
The dechristianisation of France during the French Revolution is a conventional description of the results of a number of...
not embraced into society
iii. Racism – both social and institutional continued
a. French Revolution
b. End of Japanese isolation and rapid modernization in Japan
3. What makes the “modern age”
i. Trend away from monarchy toward greater political representation
the major turning points of history.
Political factors: The greatest event which has given rise to a dramatic shift in politics and nation building of France in the late 18th century was the French Revolution. Its causes are multiple. Already severed by the legacy of wars and domestic financial...
a. Founder – Mary Wolstonecraft – English writer
i. A Vindication of the Rights of Women – 1792
ii. Equal rights – education, political, economic pursuits
b. France – playwright Olympes de Gouges – argues for suffrage
2. “Women Question” – what is their sphere/role
a. “cult of...
: it had provided counter-revolution with its officers and troops.’ – François Furet
7 February 1792 – Austria and Prussia form an alliance
20 April 1792 - France goes to war with Austria (and Prussia)
* The royal family wanted war to restore the monarchy (either by taking hold of the...
struggle. They all hoped to overthrow the French Revolution, though not at the expense of their own political ambitions, but after 1792—5 this was clearly no longer practicable. Austria, whose family links with the Bourbons were reinforced by the direct French threat to her possessions and areas of...
treasury, which all made the revolution inevitable.
WHYDID THE REVOLUTION BREAKOUT IN FRANCE FIRST AND NOT ELSEWHERE IN EUROPE?
The political, social and economic situations, which existed in France, were not different from the rest of Europe. The conditions were similar and some times worse in...
control and order in the wake of events like
the French Revolution.
61. The Labour Party, which defeated Churchill’s
Conservative Party after World War II, created
in Britain what was best described as a
(D) William and Mary of England.
(E) Joseph I and Joseph II of Austria.
Rights of Man.
* Paine also insisted that while Burke had sympathy for the French monarchy, he cared little for the ordinary person.
1792: War and the Second Revolution
* In the new Legislative Assembly, there were a number of groups that were not political parties but were united in their...
* Also the religious wars end, now they’re fighting for land and politics thus removing the pressure
* Politics from the 1600s
* Strong nations, such as Great Britain and France in the West and Austria, Russia, and Prussia in the East develop strong central governments
thought American revolutiondid not go far enough
manipulated the aristocracy
North of Paris
a hunting lodge created by king in 1520’s
Meant for a retreat for the king so he could relax and be with friends
Louis wanted to expand and...
view of most people in the seventeenth century, a life devoted to any kind of scholarship was at odds with the domestic duties women
were expected to perform.
Reading Check Summarizing Whatdid Margaret
Cavendish and Maria Winkelmann contribute to the Scientific
* Limited Suffrage:
* Assembly elected: electorate Property ownership
* Lower class excluded from the political system
The Second Stage of the French Revolution
* April 20, 1792FranceWar on Austria
* Revolutionary forces...
racial demographics were all over the place. Maria Theresa and Frederick the Great would fight over Silesia in the future.
\. The Diplomatic Revolution of 1756: Austria used Belgium to coerce France into helping to fight the growing power of the Prussians. The British did not like this, and...
. Everything had to be modified for the dense jungle. In the end, in neither wardid the United States have any idea who they were really fighting.
The great defect in these wars and the cause of the outcomes, was that political ideas do not endorse and support a war with non-combatants as...
46,000 slaves traded per year
* Slavery in Africa vs. Slavery in the Americas
Conditions were more humane for slaves in Africa than in America
African Slavery (why they were captured)
1. War- captured for fighting
2. Destitution- poor family/sell children for money
3. Debt- sell...
, Marie Antoinette's political influence, such as it was, did not benefitAustria. Instead, after the death of the comte de Maurepas, the influence of Vergennes was strengthened, and she was again left out of political affairs. The same happened during the so-called Kettle War, in which...