HST112.1.26.11 - The French Revolution 1789-94 Phases of...

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The French Revolution, 1789-94 Today’s main argument : War and violence (mob violence, political violence, counter-revolutionary violence, and terror) radicalized the French Revolution, leading to the creation of a Republic, the rise of the Jacobins, and the birth of a radically new, and distinctly modern, political culture. Phases of Revolution : I.Moderate (1789-92) II.Radical (1792-94) Jacobin Dictatorship” III.Conservative (1794-99)
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Moderate Phase Constitution of 1791 Constitutional monarchy Division of powers Limited suffrage Nat’l Assembly = Legislative Assembly The Church Religious Toleration Nationalization of Church Property Civil Constitution of the Clergy (1790)
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The Revolution vs. the Old Regime Émigrés & International Reactions Flight to Varennes (July 1791) War on Austria/Prussia (April 1792)
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Radicalization (1792) Storming of the Tuileries (August 10, 1792)
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Radicalization (1792) Sans-culottes
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Radicalization (1792) Storming of the Tuileries (August 10, 1792)
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National Convention Moderates (Girondins) “The Mountain” (Montagnards) The Jacobin Club Paris
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National Convention Moderates (Girondins) “The Mountain” (Montagnards) Execution of Louis XVI Jan 21 1793
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