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French Revolution ByUdayaditya Singh 9th B Introduction to French Revolution The French Revolution (French: Révolution française; 1789–1799), was a period of radical…

1. French RevolutionJulia García Mosquera 2. Reasons In the 1700s, France was the culturalcapital of Europe. King Louis XIV was the most powerfulking in Europe; After…

1. Have you ever witnessed a riot?  If so, briefly describe what happened. If not, what are the images that come to your headwhen you think of riots? 2.Is there anything…

1.The French Revolution 1789-1815 The Loss of Blood Begins! 2. French Revolution10.2.3 You will learn How the ideas of the Enlightenment led to Revolutions in America and…

1. The French Revolutionfrom 1789-1799through pictures and printswhich representrole of the middle class 2. The Age of Enlightenment 3. Nobility and clergy take advantage…

1. PERIODS OF THEREVOLUTIONIZATION 2. CAUSES THE ENLIGHTMENT AMERICAN REVOLUTION FRENCH ECONOMY FEUDAL SYSTEM PEASANTS SITUATION UNBEARABLE CROP FAILURE…

French Revolution The French Revolution The storming of the Bastille, 14 July 1789 Participants French society Location Date France 1789–1799  Result A cycle of royal…

1.  In 1774 Louis XVI of the Bourbon family of kings ascended the throne of France. He was 20 years old and married to the Austrian princess Marie Antoinette . Upon his…

1. LOUIS XVI execution 2.  THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION  Deficit crisis  French soldiers who helped came inspired Signing of the Declaration of Independence 3.  Enlightenment:…

A very brief Power point presentation on THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.

5/6/2011 Print Preview Student Teaching Teaching and Assessment Event Author: R. Scott Fenwick 0 4 / 2 6 / 2 0 1 1 1 0 : 5 9 : 0 0 AM CDT "^YbSStMsm.** : : :"•…

1. French RevolutionLiberty, Equality, Fraternity1780 CE – 1791 CE 2. The French Revolution Begins• The French Revolution began in 1789– The French Revolution was more…

1. The French Revolution 2. France in 1789 Crippling National DebtExtensive unemployment Widespread malnutrition and starvation 3.   4. Three Estates First Estate Clergy…

1. Liberty, Equality, FraternityTHE FRENCH REVOLUTION Detail From Triumph of Marat, Boilly, 1794 (Musee des Beaux-Arts) 2. THE THREE ESTATES Before the revolution the…

1. The French Revolution 1789-1815 2. Stages of the French Revolution Aristocratic Revolt -1789 From The States General until the Fall of the Bastille (14 th July 1789) The…

1. ESTATES GENERALThe estates general was called upon by king Louis XVI W 01He wanted to find solutions to his financial government T 02 2. STORMING OF THE BASTILLEThe mob…

1. The French Revolution Watch this short video and record the following: Causes of the French RevolutionPros and Cons of King Louis XIV 2. French Revolution What were some…

1. The French Revolutionfrom 1789-1799through pictures and printswhich representrole of the middle class 2. The Age of Enlightenment 3. Nobility and clergy take advantage…