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The Similarities and Differences Between the 3 Revolutions:
Transcript of The Similarities and Differences Between the 3 Revolutions:
The differences between the revolutions would be the different ways in which they were treated. Haiti's people were treated with more cruelty and brutal murders by masters. In France, it was that the people were not fed and had no ingredients to make anything because of their king and queen over spending and being in their own world. Finally in Mexico, it was more like they were being over priced for the work they did and when their crops failed to grow and they lost their king they were treated as animals and were forced into a dictatorship, that ended in death and destruction. So you see, they problems were all different but it all came out with a better outcome and a better way of living.
The Haitian Revolution was a social class type of revolution. The chronology of the revolution was from 1789-1804.
Long term causes: harsh punishments and poor living conditions experienced high morality and low fertility rates created and insatiable demand for African Slaves.
Short term causes: Vincent Oge came back to Saint Domingue and planters captured him and had him tortured and executed. Free black and slave populations soon paid for this cruelty.
Short term results: destroyed plantations, killed masters and overseers, and burned crops.
The French Revolution could be considered either a civil war or a social class revolution. Chronology of the revolution would be the calm before the storm, the terror, and the great terror.
Long term causes: inequalities between estates and financial issues
Short term causes: revolutionary causes, between the three estates
Short term results: Democracy
Long term results: Napolean Bonaparte helps strengthen the democracy and popular authoritarianism
The Mexican Revolution was a social class revolution. The chronology of the revolution was from 1810-1823.
Long term causes: the ranchers ans farmers forced amerindians to come to their traditions and they lost their king
Short term causes: crop failures, higher food prices, and a dictator
Short term results: death and destruction
Long term results: generally described as cultural, PRI was formed to help stop the fight which helped make them a stable country, social treatment for farmers got better
The Similarities and Differences Between the 3 Revolutions: Haitian, French, and Mexican
Long term results: slavery was abolished, free republic of Haiti joined the U.S. as the second independent nation in the Western Hemisphere. Loss of thousands of lives lost to yellow fever and the resistance of the revolutionaries.
Major people: Toussaint L'Ouverture, Francisco Dominique, Vincent Oge
Goals & Accomplishments: defeated a british expeditionary force, lead an invasion of the neighboring Spanish colony of Santo Domingo, freeing slaves
Chief supporters; everyone above and the Gens de Couleur
Opponents: All of France
Key Vocabulary: Gens de Couleur
Major personalities: Napolean Bonaparte, Robes Pierre, Louis XVI, Queen Marie Antoinette
Goals & Accomplishments: Replace monarchy with democracy, create the declaration of rights of man and the citizen
Supporters: Maximilien, Robes Pierre, The Jacobins, Napolean Bonaparte
Opponents: Louis XVI and Austria
Key Vocabulary: Declaration of the rights of man and the citizen, French Society
Major Personalities : Miguel Hidalgo, Costilla Jose, and Maria Morelos
Goals & Accomplishments: Overthrow the leader, the treatment of the farmers and ranchers got better along with a better economy
Supporters: Coco Villa and Zapala
Opponents: Portirio Diaz
The similarities between all of these revolutions is that all of the people involved were treated as though they were nothing and they were fighting for civil and social rights, and not to be treated as an animal. The main reason my group and I chose these three revolutions was because of their treatment. Haiti the people lived through harsh punishments and poor living conditions and one of their supporters was cruelly murdered, in Mexico their food prices were raised, their king was killed, and they were taken over by a dictator, and in France it really was more of inequalities between estates and financial issues.
In the end of these revolutions the people came out on top, and although they lost many they all won their freedom and got better living conditions. Haiti won all of their peoples freedom and pushed out the French. The French became a democracy and Napolean popularized the idea of it. In Mexico, the farmers were treated way better and got more respect.