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The Bourgeoisie in the French revolution in 1789

The Bourgeoisie Nearly all the leaders of the revolution were drawn from the numerically small class of thebourgeoisiewhich included merchants, traders, industries, lawyers, doctors and other professional groups….

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Egypt and the Western powers in Europe and the third world (1953-1968)

Egypt and the Western powers in Europe While Britain was forging alliances in the Middle East she had also to face the new situation in Egypt. Sooner after the fall

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Tertium bellum in Europa et mundo, (1953-1968) | Erupean

Europe and the third world war 1953_1968 By 1953 viribus nationum, quae remanet in dextro cornu magnum Europae regnis in Asia,, were spreading to other parts

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

A 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

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The Army in The French revolution in 1789

The 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

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

Conditions 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

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Romanticism et ANGLIAE A Victorian Era (articulus) Welcome to Non, dico vobis:| Nova Anglia Romanticism

Romantic motus est, which originated in Germany but quickly spread, circa annum usque Americae 1820. Gloria centrum circa ideas spirituales et naturales rationes aesthetic, and the importance

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