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    Louis Xiv Research Paper

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    LOUIS XIV OF FRANCE. Early life Louis XIV of France and also known as the sun king of France was the longest serving king ever in the reign of European kingdom from the period 1643-1715AD. He was born on September 5th 1638 to Louis XIII and Anne of Austria in the city of Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye. (Steingrad, 2007) He became king at the age of four due to the passing of his father Louis XIII. Anne of Austria the…

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    ideas the public of France had raise their voices for their rights. The aim of the revolution is to bring change. That time the government, all the institutions were corrupt. They wanted a responsible, fair government. They do not want to be treated like slaves. They just wanted to get rid of the unfair system of the society. Before the revolution, the lower class of the society was being treated badly by the aristocrats. All the institutions were badly corrupt. Public of France was very eager…

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    was accepted into a military academy of Brienne in northern France. Bonaparte had a difficult time fitting in, because he was not French. At the age of 15, Bonaparte was accepted into the Ecole Militaire in Paris, the royal military school founded by King Louis XV. In September 1785, Bonaparte joined the artillery at 16 years old; he was commissioned as a second lieutenant. Bonaparte ranked 42nd out of 56 students commissioned by Louis XVI that year. (Schlesinger jr. 17-18). Bonaparte…

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    INTRODUCTION This paper is about Marie Antoinette being au courant. Marie Antoinette, a former princess of Austria who was transformed into an extravagant French queen. Her destiny was to marry Louis-Auguste at the age of fourteen after which she ruled France and learned to fashion herself; thus, spending too much. However, she never troubled to ask or wonder who was paying for the luxuries she took for granted. She was a scapegoat. People blamed her for being extravagant, and yes she was. This…

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    Louis XIV: The Sun King

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    Alex Day Mr. Haller Global 10 January 5, 2016 I am the State Louis XIV, also known as the Sun King, is one of the most famous French kings because of the long lasting effects of his policies. Born on September 5, 1638, he reigned for 72 years and achieved his goal of creating an absolute monarchy. In order to do so, Louis reorganized France’s political system, enforced the worship of one religion, and created a central seat for power, which became Versailles. He was known as the “Sun King”…

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    and Bishop Bossuet. The era of absolutism was a time, 16th to 18th centuries, when monarchs ruled with all power to themselves in most countries, especially in France. Absolutism was favored among monarchs because it gave them complete power over their country and did not have to answer to anyone but themselves. Western absolutist France and eastern countries were similar by focusing on military aspects such as spending money to build large and powerful armies to win wars and gain land, and…

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    King Louis XIV was born in France in 1638, to King Louis XIII and Anne of Austria, a Habsburg. His father died while Louis and his brother Philippe were young. At age 4, he inherited the throne and his mother Anne was the regent until Louis XIV took over at the age of 23. The year before, Louis married Marie-Therese and had 6 children; however, he had many mistresses and illegitimate children during his reign. Louis had a tumultuous childhood filled with revolts and violence against his family…

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    King Louis XIV Of France

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    King Louis XIV of France ruled for around seventy years as king and demonstrated his royalty well in the art that he chose to have made and constructed after his self-esteemed likeness. The painting of King Louis by Hyacinthe Rigaud demonstrates well how the king wished to be portrayed. King Louis is drenched over in a very large and flowing cloak with a rich blue and mixture, which was a very luxurious color back due to the origin of how the color had to be obtained from the grinding up of sea…

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    Louis Auguste was born on August 23, 1754 to Louis and Marie-Josephe. Louis have three brothers and two brothers. One of his brothers passed away at the age of ten. Before the fall XVI Louis was the last king. With the death of his mother and father Louis XVI became the next closest person to the throne. He ascended to the throne five years later in 1770 at the age of 20. Louis had many tutors, nannies, and servants to care for him. He loved learning new things as a child. Such as learning new…

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    King Louis XVI was the absolute monarch of France who was known for being isolated from the suffering people of France.Having no intentions to help the suffering only to help himself live lavishly,France faced many troubles such as financial issues and social inequality. One of the reasons France was having Financial issues was because of the government deficit spending which occurs when a government spends more money than it takes in, the other reason why France was having financial issues was…

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