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An bourgeoisie i réabhlóid na Fraince in 1789

The Bourgeoisie in the French revolution in 1789An bourgeoisie Beagnach Tarraingíodh go léir na ceannairí na réabhlóide ón rang uimhriúil beag de na “bourgeoisie” lena n-áirítear ceannaithe, trádálaithe, tionscail, dlíodóirí, dochtúirí agus grúpaí gairmiúla eile. The merchants and industries lived mainly in the towns, for the feudal conditions of the countryside and special heavy taxation of land had prevented them... Read More »

Éigipt agus na cumhachtaí an Iarthair san Eoraip agus an tríú domhan (1953-1968)

Egypt and the Western powers in Europe and the third world (1953-1968)Éigipt agus na cumhachtaí an Iarthair san Eoraip Cé go raibh an Bhreatain chruthú comhghuaillíochtaí sa Mheán-Oirthear a bhí sí freisin chun aghaidh an staid nua san Éigipt. Sooner after the fall of Farouk the old Egyptian political parties, including the nationalist Wafd, which had opposed British influence for over sixty years, were dissolved. They were replaced... Read More »

An Eoraip agus an tríú cogadh domhanda (1953-1968) | Erupean

Europe and the third world war (1953-1968) | ErupeanAn Eoraip agus an tríú domhan cogadh 1953_1968 De réir 1953 na fórsaí an náisiúnachais, Bhí speeded bhfuil an cealú na empires mór Eorpach san Áise, bhí leathadh le codanna eile den domhan tearcfhorbartha. The revolution in Egypt was the prelude to the stirring of a more militant and more revolutionary form of nationalism throughout... Read More »

The Nobility in The French Revolution in (1789) | The Socialist Party of Great Britain

The Nobility in The French Revolution in (1789) | The Socialist Party of Great BritainA striking feature of French society before the Revolution was the absence of any real unity among the wealthy and privileged. The bourgeoisie envied and detested the nobility, which in its turn was seriously divided against itself. There were three main division of the nobility. The great Nobility, the Lesser Nobility and the nobility of... Read More »

The Army in The French revolution in 1789

The Army in The French revolution in 1789The Army A vital support of any despotic monarchy must be its armed forces, but the French army in 1789 was far from being the reliable instrument of the monarchy which it had been at the time of the great victories of Louis XIV. There were serious causes of discontents which encouraged the spread of... Read More »

The Peasant culture facts, information | Pedestrianization of France during the French Revolution ulture

The Peasant culture facts, information | Pedestrianization of France during the French Revolution ultureConditions of French society before The revolution. The peasantry. At the time of the revolution in the peasantry numbered about 23,000,000 in a total population of 25,000,000. In some district’s of France the peasantry were still serf in the strict sense of the world, beings bought and sold with the land when it changed hands.... Read More »

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