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Citizens wanted to end the feudal system and ended with rise of Napoleon Bonaparte. Louis and wife Marie Antoinette died during this time by guillotine from radical extremists jacobins. Causes-Louis spending and debt from American rev. Monarchy changed to republic then dictatorship then Bonaparte
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A little liberté, égalité, and fraternité in honor of Bastille Day on July 14. A few oddities to remind you that the French Revolution was ridiculously awesome.
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Learn what makes a painting great Video #1 Part 2: Composition, Color, Lines and Emotion – Veronica Winters Painting
In this video in the series you’ll learn about composition, color, emotion, painting techniques, use of lines, and other artistic elements artists used to produce their greatest works of art.…
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Rose Bertin:The most famous French fashion designer who was the dressmaker and milliner of Queen Marie Antoinette
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The French celebrate their National Day each year on July 14 by remembering the storming of the Bastille, the hated symbol of the old regime. According to the standard narrative, the united people took the law in its own hands and gave birth to modern France in a heroic revolution. But in the view of Immanuel Kant (1724-1804), the famous German philosopher, there was no real revolution, understood as an unlawful and violent toppling of the old regime.
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