Rights & Resist Timeline

Timeline created by funkygamer9872
In History
  • American Revolution

    American Revolution
  • French Revolution

    French Revolution
  • Mexican War of Independence

    Mexican War of Independence
  • The Venezuelan War of Independence

    The Venezuelan War of Independence
  • The British conquest

    The British conquest
  • The Government of India Act

    The Government of India Act
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    American Revolution

    The American's were fighting for their independence from Britain. This battle of independence was fought in varied locations, like Lexington, Eastern North America, the Atlantic, and the Caribbean. The aggressor of the revolution was Britain imposing high taxes on colonialists without the Americans consent. The Americans effort to resist was successful, which can be proven by them achieving independence.
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    French Revolution

    The people of French were fighting for a better government. Their king had an inability to deal with the declining living conditions. This revolution occurred in France with their government. The aggressor was the king not providing everyone with a healthy stable life. The victims were the commoners and the poor, who were suffering. The efforts of the French were not in vain, as The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen came about. This allowed people to vote for their leader.
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    Mexican War of Independence

    The Mexicans were fighting for their freedom from Spain. This occurred in Mexico when they demanded their independence. The victim was Mexico because Spain had limited their trade networks to only provide service with them, which caused financial problems. The Mexicans efforts to become independent were successful, which can be proven by Mexico winning by political means and gaining independence.
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    The Venezuelan War of Independence

    The reason why the people of Venezuelan revolted, was that Spain had restricted trading, so the mother nation could gain more wealth. Simón Bolívar lead an assault and freed the people of Venezuela. The aggressor was the Spanish government diminishing their trading capabilities. There efforts proved successful, which is shown by the people of Venezuela being gaining their independence and trade rights back.
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    The British conquest

    The British, after winning the 7-year war, took many territories as a prize. What was taken was French territories in Canada and the British became the strongest colonial power in North America. The aggressor was Britain because they started taking all of the territories and limiting their trade to only Britain. The victim was the inhabitants of those territories because they lost a lot of economic stability. They were successful in resisting because they all gained their independence.
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    The Government of India Act

    The Indians were fighting for control of their government from the British. This event occurred in India because they were trying to gain full independence from Britain, concerning their government and taxes. The aggressor was Britain because they had taken away the Indians ability to decide what best suited their community and society. Their efforts were successful, which is shown by The Government of India Act, allowing them more power over their government and leaders.