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    A revolution is when citizens of a country rebel against their government seeking major change. This occurred in France shortly after the Declaration Of Independence was signed which pronounced the American Colonies free from the British’s taxes and unfair treatment as well as marked the end of the American Revolution. Unlike the Americans, the French were fighting amongst social classes or estates in their own government. It started with the rebellion of the Third Estate, which consisted of…

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    Caitlyn DeMuro Mrs. Brennan Global II September 30,2016 DBQ 10- Causes of the French Revolution Essay The French Revolution was an upheaval in France against the monarchy from 1789 to 1799. The outcome of this revolution was that France was established as a republic. The revolution of 1789 had many long-term causes. Three causes of the French Revolution were social, political, and economic troubles. One cause of the French Revolution was social troubles. The French society was divided into three…

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    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 and negligence from his mother (History.com). Before…

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    The French Revolution has been viewed as the major turning point in European political and social history. The causes that led to this bloody revolution can be looked at from an economic, political, social, and intellectual standpoint. Failed reforms, famine, the Enlightenment, a corrupt bureaucracy, and a divided population are only some of the many aspects that helped influence a revolution to take place in late eighteenth century France. Economically, France’s government was virtually…

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    It was short lived an unsuccessful however his father king Charles VII forgave him and entrusted him with the order of a province in southeastern France. Nevertheless Louis distrustful ways got the better of him as his father banished him from the court. In an act of revenge Louis created his own political establishment in the same province that was appointed to him. Likewise, he married Charlotte of Savoy against his fathers will. Feeling betrayed and annoyed with Louis disobedient ways,…

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    Most revolutions are political, happening when the residents of a nation attempt to expel the current government and supplant it with another one. Political upsets have a tendency to be tumultuous, brutal occasions. There is no obvious clarification regarding why individuals revolt, however researchers accept that some or the majority of the accompanying elements lead to unrest which are as following: • Injustice • Relative deprivation • State of the government • The military…

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    ELABORATION French revolution The French Revolution occured in France while Napoleon was in Corsica. The people took over the country by revolting against the Franch king and took control of the country. The royal family and many aristocrats were killed. When Napoleon returned, he allid himself with revolutionaries gropu called the Jacobins. He received a position as the artillery commander at the Siege of Toulon in 1793. The city of Toulon was occupied by British troops and the British navy had…

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    The unfair distribution of powers, rights, and wealth between the citizens of France was the main cause of the Revolution. Prior to the revolution, the Kingdom of France practiced the Ancient Regime, a political and social system “based on the concentration of all political, social and economic power between three classes, the monarchy, the clergy, and the aristocracy” (Bastille). Citizens of France were separated into three distinct estates. The First Estate consisted the French Catholic Clergy…

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    Was the Reign of Terror Justified? The Reign of Terror was a time people fear the government in France. The Government was being close or similar to a tyrant. The Reign of Team was not justified because the Terror was happening when France was defeating Europe, the government basically took away the right of the people, and the Reign of Terror was ran by fear and paranoia. First of all, the Reign of Terror was not justified because it was happening while the France was beating Europe. The Great…

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    Tale of Two Cities One Pager: Echoing Footsteps In Dicken’s A Tale of Two Cities, the passage in chapter twenty one plays an important part in book two because it shows how the violent revolution began in France and how that can end badly for Charles, Lucie and Dr.Manette in England. This passage finally leads up to the revolution that the Defarges and the Jaques have been planning for so long and also builds the suspense for what will happen if either of the three characters go back to…

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