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By José Carlos
ImperialismThe term imperialism refers to the attitude, doctrine or action that leads to the dominance of one state over another or others through the use of military, economic or political force. Imperialism caused the loss of identity of the indigenous settlers and implanted the patterns behavior, education and mentality of the colonizers. The language of the rulers (especially English and French) was imposed, leading to a high degree of acculturation.
spanish industrial revolutionIt began in Spain in the 1830s, but it did not take hold until the mid-19th century. The most powerful industrial sector in Spain was the Catalan textile industry. This was based on the existence in Catalonia of a very active bourgeoisie since before the 19th century. The main consequence of industrialization was the replacement of class society by class society (in which social class was determined by assets materials).
Oleadas revolucionariasThe revolutionary wave that swept through Europe in 1820 fundamentally affected the Mediterranean area, more specifically Spain, Naples and Greece. In the first two states, the implementation of the liberal-constitutional monarchies failed due to the intervention of the neighboring absolutist states. Consequences: Greece became independent from the Turkish Empire (1829) and the Spanish colonies in America also achieved their independence between 1817 and 1824.
Spain's independenceThe Spanish War of Independence was a war that took place between 1808 and 1814 within the context of the Napoleonic Wars, which pitted the allied powers of Spain, the United Kingdom and Portugal against the First French Empire, whose claim was to install on the Spanish throne to Napoleon's brother, José Bonaparte, after the abdications of Bayonne. The War of Independence had a series of economic, political and social consequences.
Napoleonic EmpireIt was an imperial state created by the French soldier Napoleon Bonaparte, who in 1804 had himself crowned Emperor of the French. That coronation led to war with several states in Europe, especially Great Britain, Austria, Russia, and Prussia, who wanted to prevent French expansion. The conquest of a large number of territories by France, which became the first European power and which deepened its limits beyond the Alps and the Rhine River.
French RevolutionIt was a process of social and political transformations that began in 1789 and ended around 1799. It began as an uprising led by bourgeois, noble and popular sectors against the absolutist monarchy and against the privileges of the nobility in France.End of the feudal order. It ended with the monarchy and with the separation of society into fixed and immovable classes: aristocracy, clergy and serfs
First proclamation of universal human rights
Influence in the American colonies
The storming of the BastilleON July 14, 1789, the people of France took the Bastille fortress, starting one of the most important revolutions in history. The main consequences of the storming of the Bastille were the following: The suppression of feudalism and the rights and privileges of the nobility by the National Assembly, which allowed it to continue in session thanks to the fact that part of the people of Paris took up arms.
The war of the seven yearswas a series of international conflicts that occurred between early 1756 and late 176312 to establish control over Silesia and for colonial supremacy in North America and India. They took part, on the one hand, the Kingdom of Prussia, the Electorate of Hannover and the Kingdom of Great Britain together with its American colonies and on the other hand the Electorate of Saxony, the Archduchy of Austria, the Kingdom of France, the Russian Empire, Sweden-Finland and the Spanish Empire
American revolutionIt was a war that pitted the original Thirteen British Colonies in North America against the Kingdom of Great Britain. It occurred between 1775 and 1781, ending with the British defeat at the Battle of Yorktown and the signing of the Treaty of Paris.During this war, France aided the American revolutionaries with land troops commanded by Rochambeau and the Marquis de La Fayette and by fleets commanded by sailors such as Guichen.
War of spanish successionWas an international conflict that lasted from 1701 until the signing of the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713, which had as its fundamental cause the death without issue of Carlos II of Spain, the last representative of the House of Habsburg.note 1 Inside the country, the War of Succession evolved into a civil war between the Bourbons, whose last embers were not extinguished until 1714 with the capitulation of Barcelona and 1715 with the capitulation of Majorca to the forces of King Felipe V of Spain.