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Jan 3-6: Transitioning to the Modern Age of Global History Context: The way the British India Company should work, acted as a semi-governmental unit in some parts of Indi but here he talks in a more general way of the life in India but also the interrelation of British and Indian activities. > Edmund Burke on the British role in India, 1783 Some Major Global Trends of the 19 th Century Globalization: interconnectedness of different parts of the world as results of increasing amounts of information and economic interaction> Start of the globalization? 1498 Vasco de Gama/1990? >Significant intensification of globalization in the 19 th Century Technological change: In production new tech but also new sources of power > Quantity and type increase=+Diversity & Productivity & Transport (new ways of moving merchandise) Imperialism: Increase of imperialism especially in Europe due to technological improvement that impacted the entire world Subordination of Indigenous/Aboriginal people: More and + indigenous subordinated made possible by record keeping governing huge empires properly. New Ideologies: Nationalism, liberalism (Enlightment), Socialism (Marxism,communism) Jan 9-13 The French Revolution and the Napoleonic Era Rich and powerful country Enlightment not supported by the monarchy but in huge debt . Colonial war (Seven Years war in GB) + deficit. So Louis 16 was persuaded to call into session the French Parliament “The Estates General”> Fundamental changes had to be made to restore the country’s eco situation. Criticizes of the privileges of the nobility and the clergy but the king did not want to hear about criticism or financial problem. Chronology Th Meeting of the Estates-General M Women’s March to Versailles to keep NA Oc Formation of National Assembly in the tennis court Ju Fall of the Bastille Ju Declaration of the rights of Man and citizens Au Civil constitution of the clergy (=abolition privileges of the church, freedom of religion, no more the financial issues and oath of allegiance to FR gvt> Division) Ju Flight of the King stopped in Varennes Ju War against Austria to protect the Revolution>Declaration of France as a Republic 17 Attack on the royal palace Au Abolition of the monarchy Se Execution of King Louis 16 for treason (beheaded) Ja Levy in mass Au Execution of Robespierre >Thermidorian Reaction Ju Adoption of the constituti0on of 1795 and the Directory takes control Au Napoleon Bonaparte 1769 Born in Co 1779-1785 Military st 1796-1797 Victorious 1789 Invasion o Canal =>C 1799 Coup d’éta of gvt to so power, 3 co 1804 First Empe 1812 Invasion o 1814 Abdicates 1815 Congress diplomats d Napoleon (g Returns to Battle of W Abdicates 1821 Dies on St Charismatic ruler, Egalitarian ruler, against the privileges and for the
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