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  • Queen Elizabeth

    Queen Elizabeth
    Queen Elizabeth never married therefore she’s had no kids, since she had no kids she had no one to take over the Tudor Dynasty when she died
  • The French Revolution

    The French Revolution
    The French Revolution was a period of far-reaching social and political upheaval in France and its colonies
  • Tennis court.

    Tennis court.
    During the meeting of all the estates. They were all discussing the issues and problems that needed to be solved, but the third estate barely had any say in anything. When they had a break the 1st and 2nd estate locked the third estate out, so the third estate found an empty tennis court and had their own assemble and they made and oath. And after that there was major chaos.
  • Bastille Day

    Bastille Day
    On this day France celebrated Bastille day the day that marks actions of the group of people, tired of the rule of their king, who stormed a prison to get weapons and free the prisoners that were still there locked up. It marked the start of the French Revolution
  • Eli Whitneys Cotton Gin

    Eli Whitneys Cotton Gin
    The cotton gin made slavery more effective, and therefore slaves more valuable, because they could get through a lot more cotton more quickly. If not for the cotton gin, it has been theorized that slavery might have gone away slowly on it’s own without needing to fight the Civil War.
  • Mary Wollstonecraft

    Mary Wollstonecraft
    Mary published an essay called “A Vindication of the Rights of Women” Which was about how women deserve do the same educations as men.
  • Samuel Slater

    Samuel Slater
    Samuel Slater was known as the father of the American industrial revolution. And was also known as Slater the Traitor because he copied the plans for an invention, and took it to America, and the Americans got a start on producing the product.
  • Vendee Revolt

    Vendee Revolt
    People living in the Vendee region revolt against the revolutionary governments attacks on the church and the conscription order for 300,000 troops. Results: The revolt was brutally put down
    Between 20,000-50,000 vendean citizens were killed
  • The death of Marie Antoinette

    The death of Marie Antoinette
    She was imprisoned in Paris and tired to escape she was caught by Austrian guards and months later she got be headed.
  • Napoleon Bonaparte

    Napoleon Bonaparte
    Napoleon Bonaparte was a French statesman and military leader who rose to power during the French Revolution and led several successful overthrowing of people and rulers during the French Revolutionary Wars
  • Napoleon the “Emperor”

    Napoleon the “Emperor”
    Napoleon crowned himself Emperor Napoleon I at Notre Dame de Paris
  • William Wilberforce

    William Wilberforce
    Williams Wilberforce was very religious and decided to dedicate his whole life to fighting for a number of causes as a MP, promoted hospitals and fought against animal cruelty, but most importantly he campaigned Abolition of slavery. Started off with the abolishment of the slave trade then on to slavery all together. He never gave up. In 1807 the abolition of the slave trade bill was passed and it became illegal to buy or sell slaves all thanks to him
  • 100 days

    100 days
    The Hundred Days War, also known as the War of the Seventh Coalition, marked the period between Napoleon's return from exile on the island of Elba to Paris
  • The Abolition of Slavery

    The Abolition of Slavery
    On this day over 800,000 slaves were freed in England.
  • Queen Victoria

    Queen Victoria
    Queen Victoria was the longest ruling woman during that time. When her husband Albert passed away at a young age Queen Victoria spent the rest of her life mourning him, wearing black, setting out his clothes, and not doing the daily routine as ignoring he were still alive.
  • Mine and forge

    Mine and forge
    More powerful than water was coal. More powerful than wood was iron, and the innovation started made steel feasible. When they were mining they used little children to go into the sam.l places that they couldn’t reach. And they used children for other things rather than adults because they knew they could pay the kid so less than the adults and they used that for their advantages.
  • The year of revolutions

    The year of revolutions
    Industrialization had some economical challenges to rulers. The population doubled along with that the food supply began to shrink, and they had ideological challenges. The harvests were bad because of the prices and the working.
  • The June days

    The June days
    Nov. 1848 a new constitution was provided, they elected a president and they had one legislative house. Louis Napoleon Bonaparte made himself president Andy the people we’re okay with it, he wasn’t the nephew to Napoleon Bonaparte and decided to call himself Napoleon Bonaparte III. He ruled until the people decided they didn’t want anti president and was as early exiled and then died in 1873
  • The crystal palace

    The crystal palace
    They had a crystal palace built and it was the largest enclosed space in the world at that time. 14000 visitors from around the world saw stuffed elephants and Tunisian blazers. No one knows how it started but the crystal palace ended up catching fire and burnt down in 1936.
  • Dynamite

    Dynamite was invented by Alfred Nobel, who was also the inventor of the Nobel prize. The dynamite helped out with a lot of things building, demolition, wars.
  • Mourning Dress and etiquette

    Mourning Dress and etiquette
    Victorians had this thing with death where if someone you loved dearly died, then you’d keep the body in a room for 2 days until the funeral, you’d take pictures with them using some type of contraption to hold their body up so they don’t look dead. Also, you had to wear black for at least a year and then you were allowed to start wearing like purple until 2 years passed, and sometimes it was longer than that.
  • The Car

    The Car
    The car was invented by Karl Benz. The car changed lives for many people. It helped get around faster, it helped with traveling families also.
  • Trench foot

    Trench foot
    A fungal infection cause by standing in water for long periods of time. It become really bad at the beginning of the war, it killed thousands of people. The conditions got better in 1915
  • Archduke Ferdinand

    Archduke Ferdinand
    The immediate cause of the war was the Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand. A group called the black hand sent groups to assassinate him. Their first attempts failed when they tried to bomb his car but it ended up hurting them, and even though they tried to kill him Ferdinand went to check upon him. Archduke was then later assassinated in his car along with his wife.
  • German should attacking belgium

    German should attacking belgium
    World War I officially began with the German army storming through Belgium. The into French forces and a stalemate occurs.
  • Mustard gas

    Mustard gas
    Mustard gas was created by the Germans. It caused painful blisters inside and outside the body. The gas remained in the soil for weeks.
  • The sinking of the Lusitania

    The sinking of the Lusitania
    The Lusitania was attacked by a German U-boat and sunk. It killed over a thousand people including some Americans who were on that ship. Americans were angered and it caused a chain of events that led to WWI
  • Emmiline Pankhurst

    Emmiline  Pankhurst
    Her husband and children were all involved in the suffrage movement. They became militants and were arrested and imprisoned. She and her daughter, Christabel, formed the women’s party in 1917. For Equal Pay for equal work, Equal Marriage and divorced law, Equality of rights and opportunities in public service, and A national system of maternity benefits.
  • Armistice of November 11th

    Armistice of November 11th
    On this day at 11 a.m fighting of the war came to an end, following of an armistice between the Allies and Germany.
  • The Lightbulb

    The Lightbulb
    The lightbulb was invented by Thomas Edison. It allows light to brighten a room even when it is dark outside.