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French Revolution

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ISBN-10: 0882958984

ISBN-13: 9780882958989

Edition: 1993

Authors: Owen Connelly, Fred Hembree, Keith Eubank

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The Bastille, symbol of injustice and monarchial tyranny, surrendering to the Parisian throng; the hungry women of Paris, demanding bread from their king; the guillotine, revolutionary death machine, dispatching human lives amid the grotesquely gala atmosphere of the Place de la Revolution: Such dramatic images of a society in turmoil are vividly recreated in The French Revolution. Connelly and Hembree not only recapture the drama of the Revolution but provide a reasoned analysis of the causes, course, and legacy of this distinct turning point in history.
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Book details

List price: $22.75
Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/4/1993
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 166
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.660
Language: English

The Old Regime To 1789
The Great Surprise
The Origins of French Absolutism
Eighteenth-Century France
The Financial Crisis
The Revolt of the Nobles
Preparations for the Estates-Genera
The Estates-General
Paris Erupts
Municipal Revolutions and the Great Fear
The Declaration of the Rights of Man
The Legislature and the Veto
Government by the National Assembly
The October Days
The Political Clubs
Nationalization of Church Property
Civil Constitution of the Clergy
Administrative and Judicial Reform
The Flight to Varennes
Massacre of the Champ de Mars
The Constitution of 1791
The Radicalization of the Revolution
The Fall of the Monarchy
The Legislative Assembly
The Tuileries
The September Massacres
The Battle of Valmy
The Convention
The Trail and Execution of Louis XVI
The Fall of the Girondins
The Reign of Terror
The Terror
The Republican Calendar
The Organs of the Terror
The Vend�e
The Federalist Revolts
The Nation at War
Other Accomplishments
H�bertists and Dantonists
Cult of the Supreme Being
The Directory and the Rise of Napoleon Bonaparte
The Thermidorian Reaction
Military Victory in the Vend�e
Paris, the Convention, and the Constitution of the Year III
Thermidorian Last Acts: The Cultural Legislation
The Directory (1795-1799)
Napoleon Bonaparte
Bibliographical Essay