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    Louis Xvi Research Paper

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    French Revolution Biographies Napolean Bonaparte was a french military and political leader. He helped Francee re-establish and bring it together as a global power. He was a political and military leader. Napoleon became the chief army commander He defeated the Austrians in 1796 who were one of France’ primary rivals. Napoleon also led the French to victory against the Egyptian military rulers. This helped him gain more power and fame, which made France rise again. At the age of 35, Napoleon…

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    Effect in the French Revolution." Love To Know. N.p., n.d. Web. 7 Oct. 2015. Valorie Delp summarizes the cause and effect of the French Revolution. She talks about the government at the time and the conditions of its people’s public life. She also briefly mentions the how the American Revolution made an impact. "French Revolution Cause: An economic Crisis." Bastille Day. N.p., n.d. Web. 6 Oct. 2015. The article goes in to explain one of the causes of the French Revolution, and continues by…

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    Conflict And Alliances

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    without cooperation or alliances, a nation can’t stand it’s ground forever. In Europe, powerful rulers sought to suppress revolutionary ideas and preserve their own power. They felt that revolutionary ideas not only threatened them and their power, but also undermined the values of the old social order. (www.britannica.com/revolution-of-1848)…

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    the ideas of Enlightenment thinkers. Some of the main causes of the American Revolution were the Enlightenment ideas that spread from Europe to the New World and changed the way the colonists looked at government. Two of the most important philosophers of the Enlightenment regarding the American Revolution and the government of the United States were John Locke and Baron de Montesquieu. John Locke believed that people were born with natural rights and that the government should be…

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    Context: During the 1770s and 1780s, several revolutions were occurred all around the Atlantic Ocean, so they all share the same title which is the Atlantic Revolutions. The main revolutions took place in North America and France. Even though all the Atlantic revolutions had influence on each other, but these two revolutions had more influences as they had direct connections. France assisted American to overthrow the British rule in America as a revenge to the seven years of war, in which…

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    Robespierre Religion

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    advent of these ideas the monarchies’ legitimacy progressively collapses. Since the Antiquity, assassinations and barbarism have been used in warfare and conflict as tools of violence by anti-government dissidents or governments themselves to acquire power and achieve political…

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    colonies that led to the revolution. The American Revolution was led by great leaders that had different assessments of our new nation. These leaders who became our founding fathers had different political views which ultimately led our country’s first political parties and formed our government to what is today. It is stated that the American Revolutionary War began in 1775 as a result of the Boston massacre or a result of the Boston Tea party. The American…

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    Great Britain was able to go through an industrial revolution because it met all twelve of the prerequisites needed for a nation to undergo industrial revolution. The nine prerequisites not touched upon prerequisites centre around three main themes: British power and geography, the Dissenters, and demand. At the time, Britain was the most powerful nation in Europe, and quite possibly the world, because of the profit earned from colonization and the slave trade. It had a stable monarchy dating…

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    composed of specific people, wars, revolutions compose what we look back to today. It is the foundation of each country and what they are built upon. The American revolution inspired other revolutions and were performed by different events such as resenting their governing country or to be simply inspired and motivated as America, France, and Haiti were. As both the French and Haitian were inspired from the American revolution, it shows the greater importance of the American revolution. This is…

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    would argue the effect of Louis XVI, who was the king of France from 1774-1793, ended catastrophically and lead to the downfall of France. Even though one can argue Louis XVI was a traitor to his country, his execution only lead to corruption. The people were lost without a king to follow, and those who were not, were far too radical to lead an entire country successfully. Almost immediately after Louis XVI execution, groups were formed and the country fell into wrong hands several times,…

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