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The Aftermath of the French Revolution

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Transcript of The Aftermath of the French Revolution

FRANCE AFTER
THE FRENCH
REVOLUTION PREVIOUS
CONTEXT End of the
Old Order Political
Aspect Economical
Aspect Social
Aspect Third
Estate Rights Influence of
enlightenment
ideas End of
Absolutism Louis XVI - Bourbon crisis A new way
of government Taxation
system Privileges Influence of
new ideas A NEW ERA THE FRENCH REPUBLIC Wars Austria Prussia Victory at Valmy
People thinking about a nation Long live the nation The National
Convention Decide the organization
of the next government. Royalists? Moderates? Radicals? Girondins, wanted
a constitutional
monarchy Jacobins, wanted
a republic ESTABLISHMENT OF THE
FIRST FRENCH REPUBLIC Jacobins (Robespierre) took the
power by force over the girondins. Establishment of the Reign of Terror In charge of hunting traitors
and sending them to the courts. 1793 - 1794 Danton called for an end to
the terror. Killed Robespierre. ESTABLISHMENT
OF THE DIRECTORY 1795: A new constitution 5 councils in charge of the power Many problems Returning to
Old Order Ways Privileges to nobles, social
division increased, food shortages
and rising prices. Napoleon appeared as a
brilliant military, in charge of the
victories against the Prussians. POWER EASY TO ACHIEVE
DUE TO POPULARITY
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