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Keywords and Sections
CONDORCET
LIBERT
LOIR-ET-CHER
JACOBIN CLUB
BOURBON MONARCHS
GIRONDE
FIRST OFFICIAL ADOPTION
FRATERNITÉ
HAUTES-ALPES
ILLE-ET-VILAINE
HAUTE-LOIRE
AMERICAN REVOLUTION
NORM
MIDDLE AGES
CATHOLICS
DIOCESE
CHARENTE
SOCIETY
ANARCHY
PLACE
NATIONALISM
BLACKS
BEETHOVEN
PRIOR
PROVINCE
LAND AREA
ANARCHISM
END
CLIMAX
REFORMATION
CHURCH
STATE RELIGION
PHILOSOPHY
EVE
NINETEENTH CENTURY
BRITAIN
KING
NOBLES
DUCHY
HISTORIANS
LIBERTY
FRENCH CROWN
NAVARRE
OUTBREAK
PARIS
VERSAILLES
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Definitions

  1. The French Revolution (1789–1799) was a pivotal period in the history of French, European and Western civilization.
  2. The French Revolution was not made by prophets. (Web site)
  3. The French Revolution was a political and a social revolution. (Web site)
  4. THE FRENCH REVOLUTION is a two-hour documentary.
  5. The French Revolution was born out of this crisis. (Web site)

Condorcet

  1. Condorcet took part in the French Revolution, but, opposing the extremes of the Jacobins, he was condemned and died in prison. (Web site)
  2. Condorcet took a leading role when the French Revolution swept France in 1789, hoping for a rationalist reconstruction of society, and championed many liberal causes. (Web site)

Libert?

  1. France's motto "Libert, Egalit, Fraternit" was first used as the rebels' motto during the French Revolution.

Loir-Et-Cher

  1. Loir-et-Cher is one of the original 83 departments created during the French Revolution on March 4, 1790.
  2. Loir-et-Cher was one of the original 83 provinces created during the French Revolution on March 4, 1790.

Jacobin Club

  1. The red flag first became associated with revolutionary left-wing politics during the French Revolution, when it was adopted by the Jacobin Club. (Web site)

Bourbon Monarchs

  1. The French Revolution quickly spread throughout Europe and the other Bourbon monarchs were threatened. (Web site)

Gironde

  1. Gironde is one of the original 83 departments created during the French Revolution on March 4, 1790.
  2. Gironde was one of the original 83 départements created during the French Revolution on March 4, 1790. (Web site)

First Official Adoption

  1. The first official adoption of such a system occurred in France in 1791 after the French Revolution of 1789.

Fraternité

  1. France's motto "Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité" was first used as the rebels' motto during the French Revolution.

Hautes-Alpes

  1. Hautes-Alpes was one of the original 83 départements created during the French Revolution on March 4, 1790. (Web site)
  2. Hautes-Alpes is one of the original 83 departments created during the French Revolution on March 4, 1790. (Web site)

Ille-Et-Vilaine

  1. Ille-et-Vilaine was one of the original 83 departments created during the French Revolution on March 4, 1790. (Web site)

Haute-Loire

  1. Haute-Loire was one of the original 83 departments created during the French Revolution on March 4, 1790. (Web site)

American Revolution

  1. Inspired by the American Revolution, the French Revolution brought the ideal of secularization and a laicist state granting freedom of religion to Europe.
  2. He was a French nobleman most famous for his participation in the American Revolution and early involvement in the French Revolution. (Web site)

Norm

  1. After the French Revolution allodial title became the norm in France and other civil law countries that were under Napoleonic legal influences.

Middle Ages

  1. Although France expelled its original Jewish population in the Middle Ages, by the time of the French Revolution, there were two distinct Jewish populations.

Catholics

  1. This had already occurred in the past with Catholics before the French Revolution in 1789.

Diocese

  1. The diocese was abolished during the French Revolution, and was recreated as part of the Diocese of Amiens in 1802.
  2. William Joseph Chaminade (1761-1850), priest of the Diocese of Bordeaux, France, lived during the years of the French Revolution.

Charente

  1. Charente was one of the original 83 departments created during the French Revolution on March 4, 1790. (Web site)

Society

  1. She took a keen interest in the society and politics and her work around the time of the French Revolution is regarded as being of particular interest. (Web site)

Anarchy

  1. As Prime Minister, Wellington was the picture of the arch-conservative, fearing that the anarchy of the French Revolution would spread to England.

Place

  1. Diamond Necklace, Affair of the, scandal that took place at the court of King Louis XVI of France just before the French Revolution.
  2. The original White Terror in Europe took place in 1794, during the turbulent times surrounding the French Revolution.
  3. The original White Terror took place in 1794, during the turbulent times surrounding the French Revolution. (Web site)

Nationalism

  1. Until then, nationalism was a Republican, left-wing ideology, related to the French Revolution and the Revolutionary Wars. (Web site)

Blacks

  1. Jacques Pierre Brissot (1754-1793), who organised the Society of the Friends of the Blacks in 1788 in the midst of the French Revolution.

Beethoven

  1. The tradition was developed in the 19th century by Beethoven with his Fidelio, inspired by the climate of the French Revolution. (Web site)

Prior

  1. Poque was similar to Bouillotte, a card game popular with the aristocrats in France just prior to the French Revolution of 1789. (Web site)
  2. Prior to the French Revolution, the Major was the officer appointed by the King to keep track of the expenditures and readiness of a regiment.

Province

  1. The province was abolished with all French provinces at the time of the French Revolution. (Web site)

Land Area

  1. The province of County of Foix, as it existed just before the French Revolution, had a land area of 2,466 km² (952 sq.

Anarchism

  1. Like other radical ideologies of its time, anarchism intended to complete the "unfinished business" of the French Revolution.

End

  1. The French Revolution at the end of the 18th century brought about a call for a new French currency. (Web site)
  2. Widespread poverty and discontent led to the French Revolution (1789) and the end of the monarchy. (Web site)
  3. The self-government of the northern Basque provinces came to an end with the French Revolution. (Web site)

Climax

  1. According to Huntington, this period of conflict reached its climax at the French Revolution and resulted in the creation of the nation state.

Reformation

  1. The Carthusians suffered greatly during the Reformation[ citation needed] and during the French Revolution and after in France.
  2. The Renaissance stands in the same relationship to the Reformation that the so-called "Enlightenment" stands to the French Revolution. (Web site)

Church

  1. From about the year 900 up to the French Revolution, the vineyards of Burgundy were owned by the Church.
  2. The long papacy of Pope Pius IX rescued the Church from its darkest days in the aftermath of the French Revolution. (Web site)

State Religion

  1. Intolerance remained the norm until the French Revolution, when state religion was abolished and all Church property confiscated.
  2. For a short period of time during the French Revolution the Cult of the Supreme Being was the state religion of France. (Web site)

Philosophy

  1. Philosophy in the Bedroom (La Philosophie Dans le Boudoir) is a play written by the Marquis de Sade in 1795 in the aftermath of the French Revolution.

Eve

  1. On the eve of the French Revolution of 1789, France existed not as a nation, but as a collection of separate jurisdictions. (Web site)

Nineteenth Century

  1. The one great Tyrant of the nineteenth century found his opportunity in the anarchy which followed the French Revolution.

Britain

  1. Enlightenment ideas from France and Britain spread rapidly, and from 1789 the French Revolution excited liberal Italians. (Web site)
  2. Average tax rates were higher in Britain than France the years before the French Revolution, but they were mostly placed on international trade.
  3. Louis intervened in the American Revolution against Britain in 1778, but he is most remembered for the French Revolution. (Web site)

King

  1. When the French Revolution started, Piccinni went back to Naples, where the King gave him a nice pension and a warm welcome.
  2. In 1789, he initiated a plan to save the King and end the French Revolution.
  3. This philosophy, which fell out of favor after the French Revolution, compares the king favorably to God.

Nobles

  1. The French Revolution caused a number of nobles to flee to Neuchâtel and Mme de Charrière befriended some of them. (Web site)
  2. The nobles and clergy were exempted from these taxes, a remnant of feudal France that would lead to the French Revolution.

Duchy

  1. The rest of the duchy was a province of France from 1678 until the French Revolution (1789).

Historians

  1. Like many historians before him, he sets the Enlightenment within the context of the French Revolution to follow. (Web site)
  2. The past, we rediscover, as did the historians in the aftermath of the French Revolution, cannot be recaptured, let alone be reenacted.
  3. The 18 Brumaire An VIII (9 November 1799) is considered, by many historians, the end of the French Revolution.

Liberty

  1. At a time when Tory England was aghast over the French Revolution and its results, Shelley talked of liberty and equality on all occasions.

French Crown

  1. It was seized by Louis XI, annexed to the French crown, and was a province until the French Revolution. (Web site)

Navarre

  1. Until the French Revolution the kings of France carried the additional title king of Navarre.

Outbreak

  1. The outbreak of the French Revolution and the following Terror caused Hummel to cancel a planned tour through Spain and France.
  2. The outbreak of the French Revolution (q.v.) involved most incisive consequences for the Church. (Web site)
  3. After the outbreak of the French Revolution he attempted to join the Corsican patriots led by Pasquale Paoli, but his family was thought to be pro-French. (Web site)

Paris

  1. The French Revolution effectively began in Paris, which the king had garrisoned with foreign troops to quell any unrest.
  2. The term "Paris Commune" originally referred to the government of Paris during the French Revolution. (Web site)
  3. His compositions were mainly ballets and guitar compositions, and include " Flames of Paris " based on the French Revolution. (Web site)

Versailles

  1. Berusaiyu no Bara or The Rose of Versailles is a historical fantasy, written by Riyoko Ikeda, set in France in the years before the French Revolution.

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