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Patten & Valdner Global History Regents Review
Causes of the RevolutionFrench Revolution Causes of the Revolution
Social Cause of RevolutionSplit into uneven social classes: 1st Estate 2nd Estate 3rd Estate
Economic Cause of RevolutionFrance in debt Deficit spending by Louis XIV Bad Harvests
Political Causes of RevolutionKing had absolute power & became corrupt People wanted freedom
Enlightenment Ideals of life, liberty & equalityInspired by American Revolution
Key Events of the French Revolution
Estates General King Louis XVI needed moneyThe three estates were called to a vote on raising taxes 3rd Estate was out voted
Tennis Court Oath The 3rd Estate (peasant & Bougeoisie) met to set up a new government
Storming of the BastilleMembers of the 3rd Estate stormed the prison (a symbol of the Old Regime)
Declaration of Rights of ManA document guaranteeing French citizens their natural rights (Locke) France set up a new government Limited monarchy Limited the King’s power
Committee of Public Safety (Reign of Terror)Led by Robespierre Using the guillotine they killed 400,000 “enemies of the Revolution” Including the King & Robespierre
5-Man Directory Moderate government set up to restore order after the Reign of Terror Inefficient
Napoleon Seized power in a coup d’etat Set up public schoolsFair taxes Napoleonic Codes Laws that guaranteed natural rights & equality
Defeat of Napoleon Got greedy & tried to take over too much land (Russia) Defeated by scorched earth policy & Russian winter Defeated at Waterloo by England, Swedan, Prussia, & Russia
Congress of Vienna Return Europe to the political system (Monarchy) that existed BEFORE the days of the French Revolution and Napoleon “Turn back the hands of Time”
Effects of the French RevolutionDemocratic ideals throughout Europe - People wanted liberty Nationalism (feeling of national pride) Latin America Independence Movements
Latin American Revolutions
Revolutions Inspired American Revolution French Revolution
Causes of Latin American Revolutions
Causes of Revolutions PoliticalNatives has no freedom or power in government Social Rigid Social Classes Economic Colonies were angry because they were being exploited by Mercantilism
Toussaint L’OvuertureHaiti Led an uprising against France (mother country) Was successful
Simon Bolivar The “Liberator”Wanted independence for South America from Spain Was successful
#20. French Revolution Warm Ups #21 #22 BACKGROUND STRONGSTRONG THE SUN KING LOUIS XIV (14) Fine Tunes the ABSOLUTE MONARCHY Built a palace at VERSAILLES.
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Reasons for the French Revolution
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Background Political revolutions occur throughout history and are major turning points in a country's history. Political revolutions occur throughout.
OBJECTIVE Explain how the Enlightenment/Age of Reason and the American Revolution led to revolution in France Identify the Three Estates Explain how the.
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Welcome to the review for French Rev. Test Inbox - Make sure you have the following vocabulary words in your sourcebook: BourgeoisieDeficit Spending FactionÉmigré.
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