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  1. A revolution is a relatively sudden and absolutely drastic change. (Web site)
  2. A revolution is a relatively "sudden and momentous change in situation"[1]. (Web site)
  3. The Revolution was perceived as the incarnation of the Enlightenment Spirit against the "english tyranny". (Web site)
  4. The revolution was at first distinctly radical, but the bourgeoisie triumphed in the June Days. (Web site)
  5. The revolution was now under the sway of a fanatical leader, Robespierre. (Web site)


  1. The February Revolution in France gave impetus to a series of revolutionary explosions in Western and Central Europe. (Web site)
  2. Algerian Revolution -- ( 1954 - 1962) -- Revolutionary war of independence against French imperialism. (Web site)
  3. The American Revolutionary War (1775---1783), also known as the American War of Independence, was the military component of the American Revolution.
  4. And politically, it is Stalin who crushes the masses and prevents the revolution from unfolding in its genuine revolutionary proportions. (Web site)


  1. The social democracy betrayed the revolution and saved the capitalist system from destruction. (Web site)
  2. However, in sweeping away the old provinces, parlements and laws, the Revolution established a unified system of administration across the state. (Web site)
  3. Actually two of the leading generals of the early slave revolution were maroons. (Web site)
  4. Following the revolution of 1848, he abdicated in favor of his grandson the Count of Paris 24 Feb 1848. (Web site)
  5. For both peasants and workers, the revolution offered a new chance to pursue key traditional goals.

French Revolution

  1. The French Revolution began with the storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789.
  2. She was the mother of three Kings of France, including the doomed Louis XVI, who died under the guillotine during the French Revolution.
  3. It became internationally infamous as the "antechamber to the guillotine" during the Reign of Terror, the bloodiest phase of the French Revolution. (Web site)
  4. Socialism, liberalism and nationalism all were results of the French Revolution.


  1. In time, the Revolution consumed its own leaders, such as Danton and Robespierre. (Web site)
  2. It was the name of the month in 1794 that saw the execution of Robespierre, the nominal leader of the French Revolution, by reactionary forces. (Web site)


  1. Only some of the radical Jacobins opposed war, preferring to consolidate and expand the revolution at home.
  2. It was now the turn of the petty bourgeois Jacobin radicals, whom Trotsky idealizes, to block the revolution. (Web site)
  3. During the Revolution, Louis XVI was guillotined, along with scores of moderates and radicals, at the Place de la Revolution (now the Place de la Concorde).

American Revolution

  1. Twelve years after the British defeated the French, the American Revolution broke out in Britain's lower thirteen colonies. (Web site)
  2. Louis intervened in the American Revolution against Britain in 1778, but he is most remembered for the French Revolution.
  3. Necker supported the American Revolution, and progressed upon a policy of taking out large international loans instead of raising taxes.

Proletarian Revolution

  1. Only a new proletarian revolution can overturn fascism. (Web site)
  2. A period of transition from the bourgeois (or 'popular') revolution to the proletarian revolution is one thing. (Web site)
  3. Only after that will the question of the transitional period toward a proletarian revolution be posed. (Web site)
  4. But then it will not be the fruit of a bourgeois revolution but the abortion of an insufficiently matured and premature proletarian revolution. (Web site)


  1. It was reversed by the National Convention during the French Revolution in 1794.
  2. The convention of the Estates-General of 1789 is one of the events that led to the French Revolution. (Web site)


  1. Of course, the bourgeoisie cannot stabilise itself for any length of time on the basis of the democratic counter-revolution. (Web site)
  2. The British RCP has characterised the regimes in Western Europe (France, Belgium, Holland, Italy) as regimes of counter-revolution in a democratic form. (Web site)


  1. This was followed by the Thermidorian reaction and the Bonapartist counter-revolution. (Web site)
  2. The whole formulation of Trotsky that Thermidor is "reaction in operation on the social foundation of the revolution" is non- Marxian through and through. (Web site)

Bourgeois Revolution

  1. But in no case can they contain within them a bourgeois revolution or its mysterious hybrid: the 'popular' revolution. (Web site)
  2. Cliff himself points to the fact that in the bourgeois revolution the masses did the fighting and the bourgeois got the fruits. (Web site)
  3. The fact that Lenin and Trotsky had good intentions is beside the point, as were the good intentions of the leaders of the bourgeois revolution. (Web site)

Napoleon Bonaparte

  1. The chaos and violence that followed the revolution eventually led to a reaction in which General Napoleon Bonaparte became a military dictator.
  2. Napoleonic Era (1804-1870) - The Revolution came to an end in 1799 when Napoleon Bonaparte entered Paris and was crowned First Consul.


  1. Contains considerable material in French on the Ancien Regime and the Revolution.
  2. In France of the ancien r-gime and the age of the French Revolution, the term Second Estate (Fr. (Web site)
  3. In 1789 the French Revolution proclaimed the rights of the individual and destroyed the ancien r--gime. (Web site)
  4. In France of the ancien r?ime and the age of the French Revolution, the term First Estate (Fr.

Karl Marx

  1. Karl Marx was a student of Jacobinism and the French Revolution as well as a contemporary critic of the Second Republic and Second Empire.
  2. Karl Marx 's Essay The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte (1852) describes the 1848 revolution as a class struggle.


  1. Gradually the bourgeoisie hoped to gain control of the state and organise a counter-revolution with the aid of Anglo-American imperialism. (Web site)
  2. Either the proletariat would have conquered with a healthy revolution on classical lines and spread the revolution, or imperialism would have crushed it. (Web site)

July Revolution

  1. The news of the fall of Algiers had barely reached Paris when Charles X was deposed and replaced by King Louis-Philippe during the July Revolution.
  2. A document both liberal and monarchical, the Charte was the second trigger of the July Revolution.
  3. He succeeded his brother Louis XVIII, but his repressive rule led to revolution, and his eventual abdication and exile after the July Revolution (1830).


  1. She is an allegorical figure of liberty and the Republic and first appeared at the time of the French Revolution.
  2. The revolution crafted by "men of enlightenment" and engineered to produce "liberty, equality, and fraternity" failed to deliver. (Web site)


  1. Bourbon monarchs ruled Navarre (from 1555) and France (from 1589) until the 1792 overthrow of the monarchy during the French Revolution.
  2. Carnation Revolution -- ( 1974) in Portugal -- Leftwing popular overthrow of right-wing dictatorship. (Web site)
  3. The period in the French Revolution between the fall of the Girondists and overthrow of Robespierre.

Industrial Revolution

  1. Of course, the attitude of Marx towards the horrors of slavery and the industrial revolution is well known. (Web site)
  2. While the French Revolution politicized the sans-culottes, the Industrial Revolution industrialized them. (Web site)

Louis Philippe

  1. Charles's efforts to restore absolutism led to the July Revolution of 1830, which enthroned Louis Philippe. (Web site)
  2. As 1848 began, liberals awaited the death of King Louis Philippe, expecting revolution after his death.
  3. In 1830, by the July Revolution that overthrew Charles X and the Bourbon dynasty in France, Louis Philippe was proclaimed king by the Chamber of Deputies.

Old Regime

  1. Yet despite this counter-revolution, it is clear that it had nothing in common with the old regime. (Web site)
  2. The overspending court, led by the extravagant Queen Marie Antoinette, would not listen to the word -economy- (The Old Regime and the Revolution pg.63). (Web site)

World History

  1. The Industrial Revolution is a major turning point in world history.
  2. The Godless ideals of the French revolution have had a very strong influence on world history and have spread to many nations. (Web site)


  1. The resulting regime, known as the July monarchy, lasted until the Revolution of 1848.
  2. Where the revolution is stemmed by the lackeys of the bourgeoisie, the class forces do not stay suspended. (Web site)
  3. In this way the propaganda of the Revolution had in the end a disastrous reaction on the very country where its ideals originated. (Web site)
  4. Louis XVI opposed the course of the revolution and on the night of 20 June 1791 the royal family fled the Tuileries.
  5. He had a premonition of the fall of Louis-Philippe and coined the expression révolution du mépris (contempt revolution) in July 1847.


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