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Revolution 2.0: If History Is Any Guide, It's Only Going To Get Worse ...

The list of egregious offenses by current governments reads like a modern day version of the Declaration of Independence, in which Thomas Jefferson so eloquently lists the British King's "long train of abuses", including: He ...
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The French Revolution: Crash Course World History #29

In which John Green examines the French Revolution, and gets into how and why it differed from the American Revolution. Was it the serial authoritarian regim...

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Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution


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Clio's Lessons: French Revolution - Napoleon's Missed Chance

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The best opportunity for the French to break the Royal Navy's superiority came in February 1797. The Royal Navy was certainly the world's most formidable, but that did not mean that everything within His Majesty's fleet was ...

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Napoleon I, Emperor of the French « European Royal History

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In today's featured monarch section I thought I would focus on Napoleon. I will be upfront and say I am …Continue reading »

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5 Great Historical Figures That Every Entrepreneur Should Study

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Napolean Bonaparte Knowledge is power. No one demonstrated, or knew this better than Napoleon Bonaparte. At the time of his birth, a person's future was practically laid out for them depending on what class they were born ...

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The Bastille Might be the Symbol, but it Wasn't the Beginning … or ...

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On June 10, one of the Third Estate's representatives, the Abbé Sieyès (a member of the clergy, but elected to represent the Third Estate) finally moved that they verify their election results and invite the other Estates to join them, with the...

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Story of the French Revolution

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Greatest Heroes in History- Napoleon

Profile of Napoleon Bonaparte, the Corsican-born military genius who rose to power during the French Revolution and declared himself emperor in 1804. However...

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The French Revolution timeline | Timetoast timelines

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The The French Revolution timeline, an interactive 'The French Revolution' timeline on Timetoast.

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Free Technology for Teachers: Cribs with Louis XVI - Tour of Versailles

Free Technology for Teachers: Cribs with Louis XVI - Tour of Versailles | French Revolution | Scoop.it

Tour part of the Palace of Versailles in Google Maps. To do so they just need to enter "Palace of Versailles" in the Google Maps search box then drag the Pegman to the blue lines on map.


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Washington and Napoleon: Leadership in the Age of Revolution - Foreign Affairs

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In this uneven but often very lively book, Flynn and Griffin demonstrate why it is important to write about U.S.

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Donna Russo Morin: BASTILLE DAY: POWER TO THE PEOPLE

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The power behind the Revolution, men by the name of Robespierre (pictured), Mirabeau and Sieyes, gathered in an assembly of their own, a makeshift meeting inside an indoor tennis court in the city of Versailles.

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This outlines the actual events of the creation of a National Assembly in France

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Mystery of Henri IV’s missing head divides France : Past Horizons Archaeology

Mystery of Henri IV’s missing head divides France : Past Horizons Archaeology | French Revolution | Scoop.it

Richard III may have had an ignominious resting place under a Leicester car park, but spare a thought for Henri IV. First the French monarch was disinterred from the royal sepulchre by revolutionaries and thrown into a mass grave. Then his head was cut off and – allegedly – turned up in the attic of a retired tax inspector.


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