History Notes for 1-25-07

History Notes for 1-25-07 - History 002 on 1-25-07...

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History 002 on 1-25-07 25/01/2007 13:56:00 Lecture Outline – Liberty Fraternity and Equality: The French Revolution I Introduction II. Problems of the Ancien Regime III. The Great Revolution Liberty and Political Rights IV. Popular Revolution and New Political Culture The Regin of Terror (1792-1794) V. The Directory (1795-1799) Important Terms, Dates, and Names: 1789-1799 Louis XVI Storming of Bastille, 14 July 1789 Maximiian Robespierre (1759-1794) Declaration of the rights of Man and Citizens’ Marseilles Committee of Public Safety National Assembly San-culottes Estates General
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Liberty, Fraternity, and Equity:  The French Revolution 25/01/2007 13:56:00 I. Intro French Revolution One of most important moments in all of history When the modern world really began 1789, when French Revolution first began Resulted from French Society (Why it began): o Connected to Enlighten Government to protect rights/freedom o Economically, the world changing o Massive Econ Problems of France Ancien Regime France was an absolute monarchy by Louis XVI (1774) and  takes over bankrupt country Built great Palace of Bastille France is involved in many wars, in which they lose all of. Results in France going farther in debt He Takes over to help Supports Revolutionary war against Great Britain, which  wouldn’t be success with out French
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