The French and North American revolution had very similar goals from 1775-1850CE but were different in their outcomes in the revolutionary process. From 1775-1850CE the North American and French revolutions had very similar goals. North America’s revolution was to gain freedom from Great Britain. This was due to Great Britain completely controlling all of the 13 Colonies’ laws. For example, Great Britain enacted the Quartering act in 1765 which required the colonists to provide housing for the British soldiers. Another great example of the unfair British rule was the Sugar, Tea, and Stamp act which imposed harsh taxes on sugar, tea, and publications and legal documents. These taxes were imposed on the colonies so that Britain could relive their debt from the Seven Year’s War and the French and Indian War, without directly taxing itself. All of this was done without consulting with the colonists. While the 13 Colonies wanted independence from Britain the French also wanted independence from the current monarchy of King Louis XVI. The French government was also trying to recover its war debt. Their solution to this was to tax the nobles which had been held exempt from this in the past. This caused an outrage and a very radical revolution. The French created the National Assembly which set liberty, equality, and fraternity as its goals. The French and North American revolutions had different outcomes in 1775-1850CE. The French revolution leads to a completely new government and set of laws known as the Directory. However it came to an abrupt end in 1799 when General Napoleon Bonaparte sized power. Napoleon named himself consul for life in 1802 then Emperor in 1804. Napoleon then made peace with the Roman Catholic Church and made a deal with the pope called…
Dirt on Soil” website, select one soil organism and then describe its vital statistics and natural history.
A night crawlers life span is 3-6 years. They can be as big as 9 to 30 cm long. largest and most common species of earthworm is not native to North America. Night crawlers stowed away with European settlers bringing their favorite plants. Since then they've spread everywhere people have gone
Part II: Weathering, and Karst (12 points)
Weathering is the breakdown and decomposition of earth…
If I was voting in the up coming election in France Francois Hollande would have my vote. His ideas on immigration are the most reasonable and forward thinking. These people that want to come to France are not hurting the economy and its not taking away from the French coulture.
Hollande is the most liberal in the up coming elections. Le Pen is very conservative and doesn't want anybody to live in france thats not truly french. She is on the verge of racism and doest allow…
Mr. Hilali, Period 6
1 September 2014
France is officially the French Republic and is the 42nd largest country in the world. It has a population approaching 67 million and so it is the 20th most populated country in the world. France has Roman Catholics, Atheists, Muslims, Protestants, Buddhists, and Jews, but the largest amount of people being Roman Catholic followed by Atheism. Throughout its long history, France has produced many infulanetail arists, thinkers, and scientists…
The Fall of France, 1940
the Battle of the Ardennes; Charles de Gaulle; Dunkirk; the Maginot Line; Marshal Pétain; the Sacred Union; the Vichy regime
Q. What was the defence policy of successive French governments between 1936 and 1939?
A. French defence policy right through the inter-war decades (1919–39) was consistently defensive and non-aggressive – consistent with France’s status as a territorially satisfied ‘status quo’ power. The Maginot Line, constructed between 1929 and…
Social Marginalization in U.S.-Bound Migration from Mexico and France-Bound Migration from North Africa
Dr. David Sandell
May 7, 2013
Migration has played a key role in the human experience from time immemorial. The need for populations to move to secure subsistence began with the simple search for edible food stuffs and evolved through our varying interactions to the present day model. Scavenging for plants, edible tubers and berries, and the…
Quarter 3 Paper CCOT in France
In the 1600’s change and new rulers were the usual. It stayed that way through the 1700s and
most of the 1800s as well. It wasn’t out of the ordinary for revolutions to occur. There were many
uprisings from the lower class people towards the people that were considered to be above them, or
from a higher class. The lower class people didn’t think that the people above them had the same
sense of appreciation that they did for the things they were…
APWH – Block 4
During the age of discovery, many places around the world underwent radical changes in areas ranging from politics to economics and to social concepts. From 1492 to 1750, the Atlantic world experienced social and economic changes of demographics and agricultural diffusion respectively while retaining an ag-based economy and patriarchal society along with Western Europe remaining dominant.
The Atlantic world’s demographics and agriculture changed when they…
Was Tobacco important to British Empire and USA in 1600’s?
These days smoking is not as visible and acceptable in society as it used to be. Smoking is now banned in public places on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean in parts of the USA and in Scotland, Ireland and from 2007 the whole of Britain and France. This does not mean, however, that people have stopped smoking in the USA and Britain. It is still a multibillion dollar industry. In Britain, a well-known brand of hand-rolled tobacco is ‘Golden…
The Society of New France
There were many early expeditions from Europe to North America, most in search of a
Northwest Passage that linked the Atlantic to the Pacific, thus leading to the wealth of Asia .
These excursions alerted Europeans of the resources North America offered and this attraction of
fish and furs stimulated annual voyages from Europe to reap the benefits of the New World. As
appealing as this discovery was, Europeans considered this New World a harsh environment and…