- University of Wisconsin - Platteville
- History 1020
- Idenfication Terms
Last Modified: 2011-06-24
Related Textbooks:Civilization Past & Present, Volume C (from 1775 to the Present) (11th Edition) (MyHistoryLab Series)
France’s medieval representative assembly, consisting of the First Estate (the clergy), the Second Estate (the nobles), and the Third Estate (the commoners).
National Assembly in France drafts when feel are losing control of the revolution, emphasizes Basic freedoms, liberties (innocent until proven guilty), nobles/all will pay taxes, sovereignty lies with the people (actually National Assembly) not king
French women decided protest would be more effective if in front of king, went to king, though he promised he would help, women marched him back to France carrying the head of his officers, revealed spread of revolution, not supported by National Assembly (declaration of rights supposed to prevent this)
French Revolution time period in which anyone who had second thoughts about the revolution or against it was removed, led by Robespierre, guillotine was main weapon of choice in the name of human rights
novel written by Emile Zola to mobilize the French public opinion to move against specific injustices
Trip, as part of the Atlantic Slave Trade, transport (shipping) African slaves across the Atlantic, high mortality rates
effective leader of feared fighting force in S.A., instilled sense of training and discipline in troops, extraordinary development, land growth
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