American and French Revolutions

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  • Thirty Year's War

    Thirty Year's War
    The thirty years war was fought by multiple nations of the European territory, there was multiple reasons why this event happened for example, territorial expansion or conquest, commercialization, and the imposition of Catholicism by king Ferdinand to the people , protester revolted to violence as well, and it resulted to a destruction of lands resulting to a weakened European territory, the geopolitical face of Europe saw a change since the end of this war.
  • English Bill of Rights

    English Bill of Rights
    the act signed in 1689 mains purpose was to authorize specific constitutional and civil right and give parliament power over the monarchy, the bill allowed civilians to have more right and neglect some power from the king and queen as their power was limited by the law. This also serve as inspiration for the U.S bill.
  • War of the Austrian Succession

    War of the Austrian Succession
    it began with the invasion of Fredrick II of Prussia to Silesia, being one of the richest Habsburg provinces, the death of Emperor Charles resulted in the Austrian succession causing Prussia to invade Silesia, the War ended with a more powerful Prussia as the kept Silesia, although the war ended with and impasse.
  • Stamp Act

    Stamp Act
    instead of imposing a duty on the trade of goods, they utilized the Stamp Act to impose a direct taxation on the colonists, originating because of an issue, this resulted in the collection of a taxes in exchange for the stamp. The stamp act helped with replenishing the finances after the wars occurred.
  • American Revolution

    American Revolution
    The high taxation, laws, and intolerable acts were some of the reasons the patriot's resulted to there revolution, the British began to impose bigger control over the colonies and make them repay. A war between the colonized and the colonizer, lead to the independence of U.S.
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  • Treaty of Paris

    Treaty of Paris
    the Treaty of Paris was due to the American revolution, after the fight of British's soldiers and patriots. The treaty stated that the United States of America were free, sovereign and independent of any control under the British power. The American revolution was supported by countries like Spain, France and Netherlands. The treaty marked the begging of a new nation, later that nation became one of the biggest protagonists in the world.
  • French Revolution

    French Revolution
    the inconformity of the peasants as a social inequality appeared, the rise of bourgeoisie, financial crisis, this are only a few of the main reasons why the revolution in the French nation begun. The social and political structure of the French kingdom were foreseen and were adjusted, although the revolution lead to a change it did not disappear the past ideas.
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  • Tennis Court Oath

    Tennis Court Oath
    A meeting hall at Versailles that they found themselves locked out, with an idea that the king disbanded them, they moved to a nearby tennis court and they commanded an oath. The oath mentioned the following "not to separate and to reassemble wherever necessary, until the Constitution of the kingdom is established" this helped maintain an order and have more control, this would later influence other major events.
  • Storming of the Bastille

    Storming of the Bastille
    A French mob believed that a large quantity of arm guns and ammunition were stored in the bastille and complied to the prison governor but he denied there demand, the mob being furious, charged the prison in hope of releasing prisoners and finding what they've been looking for, the results was a brutal battle in bastille. The storming of bastille and a series of other events lead to the dismantle of King Louis XVI.
  • Reign of Terror

    Reign of Terror
    The Reign of Terror was an event during the French revolution, they discomfort and not being in harmony resulted into protests and the people that would disagree would be sentenced to be publicly execution by the guillotine, thousands of people were executed, another thousand were injured, this era was of horror were catastrophic happenings occurred and resulted to death. The purging of France and protests for better circumstances for the French nation was a reason for this Reign.
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