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French Revolution (1789-1799)

French Revolution (1789-1799)

Intro Background/Why a Revolution? Economy/Monarchy Estates General Freedom/Equality (1789-92) Taking Action New Constitution & Calendar Terror (1792-95) War Robespierre Directory (1795-99) Evaluation Key Terms National Assembly Bastille Great Fear “Rights of Man”

By JasminFlorian
(538 views)

Preview Starting Points Map Main Idea / Reading Focus Causes of the Revolution

Preview Starting Points Map Main Idea / Reading Focus Causes of the Revolution

Preview Starting Points Map Main Idea / Reading Focus Causes of the Revolution Quick Facts: Causes of the Revolution First Events of the Revolution Creating a New Nation. The Revolution Begins. Click the icon to play Listen to History audio.

By Thomas
(193 views)

7.1 Revolution Threatens the French King

7.1 Revolution Threatens the French King

7.1 Revolution Threatens the French King. Setting the Stage. France is the cultural center of Europe, thanks to the Enlightenment!!!! French culture = good. French Government = bad (according to the French people). The Old Regime. Old Regime - The system of Feudalism still used in France.

By omer
(216 views)

A Prayer for all my countrymen

A Prayer for all my countrymen

A Prayer for all my countrymen . GUY BUTLER. A Prayer for all my countrymen Though now few eyes Can see beyond Our tragic times complexities Dear God ordain Such deeds be done Such words be said . That men will praise Your image yet When all these terrors And hates are dead .

By MikeCarlo
(7888 views)

Building the Church

Building the Church

Building the Church. 2 Timothy 4:1-5

By minty
(137 views)

Bourbon reconquest of Spanish America, the long 18th century

Bourbon reconquest of Spanish America, the long 18th century

Bourbon reconquest of Spanish America, the long 18th century. Spain: from predator to prey War of Spanish Succession, 10 European wars: 5 against Britain, 4 against France Secret Report on the Americas , Jorge Juan and Antonio de Ulloa (1748) Bourbon reforms or reconquest (see chronology)

By afi
(280 views)

The Cold War

The Cold War

The Cold War. Origins of the Cold War. The cold war began with mistrust between the Soviet Union (red) and the western democracies (blue). . Soviet Distrust of the West. The Soviet Union felt it had good cause to distrust the west. 1. Western Opposition to Bolsheviks.

By adamma
(123 views)

Everyone to Come to Repentance

Everyone to Come to Repentance

Everyone to Come to Repentance. by Rolan & Weng Monje. Review from last week: “A Heart to Repent”. Repentance is not just an obligation but an undeserved privilege for Christians Repentance is about seeing God’s heart and about seeing the benefits for life

By emily
(140 views)

Chapter 23 French Revolution

Chapter 23 French Revolution

Chapter 23 French Revolution. Louis XVI. Weak king who came to the French throne in 1774 . Estate - Social class of people. Three estates: 1 st Estate: Clergy and the King 2 nd Estate: Nobles 3 rd Estate: Commoners. Estates-General.

By hide
(180 views)

AP Final Review

AP Final Review

AP Final Review . Part II. I. French Revolution. Crisis of the French Monarchy The Revolution of 1789 The Reconstruction of France A Second Revolution The Reign of Terror The Thermidorian Reaction. A. Crisis of the French Monarchy. Economy of France

By enya
(85 views)

The French Revolution (1789-1799)

The French Revolution (1789-1799)

The French Revolution (1789-1799). Emily DiMarco Michelle Bai AP World History . Key Causes of the Revolution. The French Revolution was greatly influenced by the American Revolution and the Enlightenment. The French government was almost bankrupt.

By melita
(215 views)

Called by Jesus – Mk.3:7 – 6:13

Called by Jesus – Mk.3:7 – 6:13

Called by Jesus – Mk.3:7 – 6:13. 1. Who is Jesus? a. The authority & power of Jesus over:- - disease – 3:10; 5:25-34 - demons – 3:11,22-27; 5:1-20 - humans – 3:13-18 - nature – 4:35-41 - family relationships – 3:31-35 . b. Responses to Jesus . He is demon-possessed -3:22

By neil
(110 views)

The French Revolution

The French Revolution

Liberty, Equality, Fraternity. The French Revolution. Play Marseilles. From Triumph of Marat, Boilly , 1794 ( Musee des Beaux-Arts). The Old Regime.

By aviva
(162 views)

The Atlantic Revolutions and Their Echoes

The Atlantic Revolutions and Their Echoes

The Atlantic Revolutions and Their Echoes. 1750-1914 Strayer : Chapter 17. Chapter Overview. Part 1: Comparing Atlantic Revolutions The North American Revolution 1775-1787 The French Revolution 1789-1815 The Haitian Revolution 1791-1804 The Spanish American Revolutions 1810-1825.

By ailani
(380 views)

Ch 11

Ch 11

Ch 11. The French Revolution and Napoleon. Chapter 11 Section 1. The French Revolution. Background to the Revolution. 1789 Complex, violent, radical

By debra
(122 views)

Revolution Threatens the French King

Revolution Threatens the French King

Revolution Threatens the French King. Chapter 23 Section 1. I The Old Regime. 1700 France saw the system of feudalism left over from the middle ages Ppl of France still divided into 3 large social classes called Estates. A. the Privileged Estates.

By ailani
(175 views)

Chapter 11

Chapter 11

Chapter 11. French Revolution. Section 1. French Revolution Begins. Background of Revolution. French society which was based on inequalities France’s population – 27 million was divided into 3 estates. First Estate. Consisted of clergy 130,000 people Owned 10% of land Tax exempt

By teige
(124 views)

French Revolution

French Revolution

French Revolution. Story Time. Please write these words down on your own piece of paper and leave space (at least 3 lines) to write information about each one as I read the story. 1. Old Regime 2. First Estate 3. Second Estate 4. Third Estate 5. Bourgeoisie 6. American Revolution

By ghalib
(126 views)

Dawn of the Revolution

Dawn of the Revolution

Dawn of the Revolution. Since Louis put off dealing with the emergency until he had no money left and his solution was to impose taxes on the nobility. However, the Second Estate forced him to call a meeting of the Estates-General.

By brilliant
(92 views)

Chapter 18 French Revolution and Napoleon

Chapter 18 French Revolution and Napoleon

Chapter 18 French Revolution and Napoleon. Section 1: The French Revolution Begins. Main ideas: Social equality and economic problems contributed to the French Revolution. Radicals, Catholic priests, nobles, and the lower classes opposed the new order Key Terms: Estate Relics of feudalism

By jacie
(244 views)

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