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The French Revolution and Napoleon

The French Revolution and Napoleon

The French Revolution and Napoleon. 1789-1815 Chapter 7. The French Revolution Begins. France Looked like the most advanced country, really not Bad harvests, high prices, lots of ?’s from the Enlightenment. The Old Order. 3 large social classes, AKA Estates Privileged Estates

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Day 27 Revolution Threatens 1789

Day 27 Revolution Threatens 1789

Day 27 Revolution Threatens 1789. Warm Up: Les Boreades- Tragedie en musique Homework: Read 217-221. Old Order- Estates General. 1 st Clergy- Catholic Church 2 nd - Rich Nobility, and High Officials 3 rd – Burgouise, Urban Lower Class, Peasants. Old Regime.

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The French Revolution 1789-1799

The French Revolution 1789-1799

“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” Howard Thurman It’s possible to lead a cow upstairs, but not downstairs. The French Revolution 1789-1799. The Causes of the French Revolution.

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French Revolution & Napoleon

French Revolution & Napoleon

French Revolution & Napoleon. Queen Marie Antoinette, King Louis XVI. The Eve of Revolution. 1789 French Old Order/Three Estates 1. Clergy 2. Nobility 3. Everyone else. Enlightenment Ideas. Questioning inequalities of Old Regime Third Estate calls for change. France’s Problems.

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The French Revolution and Napoleon

The French Revolution and Napoleon

The French Revolution and Napoleon. Jean Honore Fragonard The Swing (1766). Jacques Louis David The Oath of the Horatii (1784). Jacques Louis David The Death of Socrates (1787). The peasant’s concept of the “ancien regime”. The Third Estate “shackled”. a sans culottes.

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Charlotte Smith, The Emigrants (1793)

Charlotte Smith, The Emigrants (1793)

Charlotte Smith, The Emigrants (1793). 1791. September 13-14 . Louis XVI formally accepts constitution. October 1 . First meeting of Legislative Assembly. November 9 . Assembly orders all émigrés to return under pain of death. Civil marriage and divorce instituted.

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Enlightenment

Enlightenment

Enlightenment.

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Ch. 18 The French Revolution

Ch. 18 The French Revolution

Ch. 18 The French Revolution. 18.1 On The Eve Of Revolution. French Society Divided. In 1789 France still clung to the Old Order, or the Ancien Regime, in which everyone was divided into one of three different social classes or Estates . First Estate: Clergy Second Estate: Nobles

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Absolutism and Revolution (1550–1850) Lesson 6 The French Revolution Begins

Absolutism and Revolution (1550–1850) Lesson 6 The French Revolution Begins

Absolutism and Revolution (1550–1850) Lesson 6 The French Revolution Begins. Absolutism and Revolution (1550–1850) Lesson 6 The French Revolution Begins. Learning Objectives. Describe the social divisions of France’s old order. Trace the causes of the French Revolution.

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The French revolution

The French revolution

The French revolution. Liberty Equality Fraternity. Introduction.

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Ap European history chapter 19 section 3: the French revolution

Ap European history chapter 19 section 3: the French revolution

Ap European history chapter 19 section 3: the French revolution. The French revolution. In summoning the Estates-General, the government was merely looking for a way to solve the immediate financial crisis.

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The French Revolution Begins

The French Revolution Begins

The French Revolution Begins. Political Cartoon Analysis. Political Cartoons have a political or social message – an argument To determine the argument, examine: 1 . Text (caption, title, words in the cartoon ) 2 . Symbols (images that represent something )

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Honors World History

Honors World History

Honors World History. Chapter 6 Section 2 Creating a New France Lecture Notes. Paris in Flames. Breaking it Down Like a Real Historian. Historians today divide this time period of history into four sections. 4. Phases 1 and 2.

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French Revolution- Study Questions

French Revolution- Study Questions

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The Revolution in Politics, 1775-1815

The Revolution in Politics, 1775-1815

The Revolution in Politics, 1775-1815. Unit 6. Social Change. 18 th century European society was legally divided into groups with privileges ( nobility & clergy ) and those with burdens ( peasants ). Land, taxes, jobs Economic & population growth  increased income inequality

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Many historians believe that the French Revolution marked the birth of European Nationalism

Many historians believe that the French Revolution marked the birth of European Nationalism

Shaping Nationalism Chapter 2 – Understanding Nationalism “To What Extent Should We Embrace Nationalism”. Many historians believe that the French Revolution marked the birth of European Nationalism

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Storming The Bastille

Storming The Bastille

Storming The Bastille. By: Joey Engdahl and Owen von Mechow. History of the Bastille. Construction began in 1356 until 1382 Originally called the Chastel Saint Antoine

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Revolutions in the 18 th Century

Revolutions in the 18 th Century

Revolutions in the 18 th Century. 18 th Century. Financial prosperity Lifestyle changes Rights of government questioned. American Revolution. 1774-1783 End of French and Indian War Need to pay for it – leads to taxation. Acts & Reaction. 1765 – Stamp Act 1766 – Declaratory Act

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S T A R T E R

S T A R T E R

S T A R T E R. Rebellion in Vendee : Identify the causes of the rebellious counter revolution in the Vendee region. . Sunday, 13 July 2014. Why was Louis XVI executed?. KI2: The Revolution 1789-1792. Sunday, 13 July 2014. Session Aims. Review events of 1791.

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Palace at Versailles

Palace at Versailles

Palace at Versailles. Louis XIV’s Stage. Map of Versailles. Rigaud Portrait of Louis XIV. The Gateway. The Courtyard. Equestrian Statue of Louis XIV. The Royal Chapel. Hercules Salon. Mars Room. Ceiling—Apollo Room. War Room. Hall of Mirrors. The Peace Room. Queen’s Bedchamber.

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