The Age of Democratic Revolution. (Chapters 23-24 in the World History Textbook). 1. The American Revolution. A . Origins of the American Revolution American Colonies French and Indian War British Debt . 1. The American Revolution. B. Enlightenments and Revolution Religious Beliefs
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
(Chapters 23-24 in the World History Textbook)
A. Origins of the American Revolution
B. Enlightenments and Revolution
A. Causes of the French Revolution
i. French Social Divisions
ii. The impact of Enlightenment ideas
Divine Rights of Kings
iii. Financial Crisis
Taxing the Wealth
King Louis XVI
Privileges of Nobles
Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
Harvest of 1789
Committee of Public Safety
“Reign of Terror”
Impact of Enlightenment Ideas
Key Aspects of the
Declaration of the Rights of Man
The “Reign of Terror”
a. The Rise of Napoleon
Italy and Austria
b. The Fall of Napoleon
Invasion of Russia
c. The Impact of Napoleon
a. The Congress of Vienna
Balance of Power
Slave Trade Bill
b. The Spirit of Nationalism
A. The Road to Independence
a. Abuses of the Colonial System
b. Revolutionary Ideas spread to Latin America
How were the American and French Revolutions alike and different?
Was the violence of the French Revolution justified?
Was Napoleon Bonaparte’s impact more harmful or beneficial?
How did Latin American colonies achieve their independence?