Modern Time Line France

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DEMOCRATIZATION AND GOVERNMENTAL CHANGE IN MODERN FRANCE Political Parties and Movements 1815 – Louis XVIII Monarchist: Orléanists, Legitimists (Bourbon), Ultras Charter 1825 – Charles X “Liberals”: François Guizot (“Enrichez-vous!”) Ultras Radicals & Republicans: Jacobins, Adolphe Theirs Bonapartists: Louis Napoleon 1830 – July Revolution Louis-Philippe, Citizen King Socialists : Marxists, Jacobins (Sans-Culottes), Orléanist Reformists (Louis Blanc), 1848 – February Revolution Second Republic Universal Manhood Suffrage Artisan heritage and small shopkeeper June Days mentality. 1851 – Second Empire Anarchists: Louis-Napoleon (Napoleon III) 1870 – Franco-Prussian War 1871 – Commune Syndicalisme : Radical unions Third Republic Dreyfusards: Emile Zola, J’accuse Nation of Greengrocers First Quiz Radicals: Georges Clemenceau
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Unformatted text preview: 1914-1918 First World War Section franaise de lInternationale ouvrire (SFIO) Stalemated Republic Parti communiste franais (PCF) : Maurice Thorez Front populaire: Lon Blum 1940-1945 Second World War Vichy Republic Parti populaire franais (PPF) : Quasi-fascist, Jacques Doriot Petain & Laval Croix de feu (Col. De la Rocque) 1945 Fourth Republic Womans Franchise Rassemblement du peuple franais (RPF) : Ch. de Gaulle 1958 Fifth Republic Charles De Gaulle Parti sote (PS): Franois Mitterand Rassemblement pour la Rpublique (RPR) : Jacques Chirac Gaullists Union pour la dmocratie fr. (UDF): Giscard dEstaing, 1981 Mitterand Liberals 1986 Co-Habitation Front national (FN): Jean-Marie Le Pen 1995 Jacques Chirac Union for French Democracy (UDF) Former Mayor of Paris 2007 Nicolas Sarkozy Union for a Populaire Movement (UMP)...
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