80,000 Austrian and Prussian armies were marching towards France to end the revolution (Doc C). It is true that the French forces stopped them at the Battle of Valmy in 1792, a year before the Reign of Terror (Doc C). But the goals of the revolution was to spread the new ideas of liberty, equality, and male suffrage (the right to vote) across Europe. In 1791, Austria and Prussia officially expressed their support for the French monarchy (Doc B). Furthermore, France faced internal threats in the Western region of Vendee, where emigres or nobles conspired against the young republic.
During Henry VIII’s reign as King of England, one of the main things that influenced many of his decisions was what every king and queen desired, to produce an heir to inherit their throne. When future Queen Elizabeth was delivered, she was instantly a disappointment to the King and the people of England. Henry was devastated after dealing with the break from Rome and still not being able to produce a healthy male heir with his second wife, Anne Boleyn. John Guy’s historical biography Elizabeth: The Forgotten Years focuses on Queen Elizabeth’s reign and exposes different challenges her gender presented her as a monarch. Some of the challenges she unfortunately faced included political decisions made during her rule, being easily overcome by emotions which lead making rash decisions, and the fact of being born a female apart of a royal dynasty.
There are three main points to the American Revolution Paul Revere, Lexington and Concord. Tensions had been building for a long time between residents of the 13 colonies and the British. The battle at Lexington green in 1775 started the American Revolution and “shots heard around the world” . One of the leaders for Lexington was Captain John Parker. The battle of Concord took place in Concord on Wednesday April 19, 1775.
The Corday-Marat Affair Throughout the Enlightenment, revolutionary ideas of natural man dramatically shifted the traditional political sphere—the ancién regime—within France. Aiming to topple the totalitarian regime of the divine monarchy, the rhetoric of innate and natural rights of all man spearheaded the French Revolution of the late 18th century. Although the people fought for liberty, equality, and fraternity for all citizens, it became evident that women were not privileged to these innate rights in the public arena. For example, if a woman devised and carried out a politically driven assassination, her very involvement and political message could be excluded from art depicting the event. Therefore, her plight was destined
. this is basically the myth of the foundation of Rome, all started with a king in a city called Alba longa , the king had two sons numitor and amulius . the king decided to give the city to the oldest one, numitor , but his brother amulius didn’t toke it very well , instead of accepting the decision of his father amulius ousted his brother and then killed numitor´´ old son , to his daughter , he made her a priestess , so she could never have kids that could be named as kings . for the bad luck of amulius , the daughter had twins of the god mars , and because of that the problem begun . amulius wouldn’t stop until the twins were found and killed but her mother put them in a river , and the currents lead them to a bush , there the she-wolf save them and then a shepherd found them and took them home to his wife to raise them .
victory against the Native Americans (Shawnee mostly). Chief Tecumseh lost the battle to Indiana’s governor William Henry Harrison. The British hadn’t yet been introduced to the war. The Indians were convinced that they needed help from the British to prevent Americans from pushing them further out of their Native lands in North America. The Native Americans had relied on the French military in the French and Indian War to keep the British from driving them out of Canada and the soon-to-be United States.
The younger populace without inheritance and lack of future commonly joined the Christian army for the opportunity to gain land by conquest. The bulk populace of the medieval society were poor and had no special skills. However, the army also included men and women from every country in Europe. Some values that the medieval society and The Crusaders share are nobility, chivalry, and hierarchy. The most evident value that stood above all else during the Crusades was hierarchy.
Jefferson finds out that Spain and France had made a treaty and Jefferson wants to talk with Napoleon. Jefferson wants to tell Napoleon that there are solutions to his problem that doesn 't involve war. French troops were arriving by the thousands, while President Jefferson was sending letters to James Madison which one was leaked and Napoleon was able to read. The letter read that if Napoleon takes over New Orleans then that the US would make an alliance with the British. Jefferson was scared of the British but he hoped that it would have an effect on Napoleon.
Although for ages men and women have had conflicting roles. Men have primarily grasped higher positions of power in government and additionally within the church. From very early on women would not go against the given social structure. When Queen Elizabeth I took the throne in 1558 ( her reign from 1558-1603) she faced bias ways of many, the notion of a women leading their nation was unimaginable causing numerous people to question her capabilities as a ruler. Unlike other women, Queen Elizabeth discarded the negative perspective by being captivating to her subjects through compassion, but also by her asserting the power and dominance over her kingdom.
(Sommerville) Mary was the prime Catholic candidate for the throne of England while losing popularity in her own country because she was a Catholic monarch in a country that was slowly slipping into Protestantism. (Sommerville) But from birth, they were threats to each other. “Elizabeth’s secretary, William Cecil, realised that as long as Mary lived, this quarrel now begun, is undoubtedly like to be a perpetual encumbrance of this kingdom: When the French king died in July 1559, 15-year-old Francois became King of France- with Mary, aged 16, as his queen consort. The threat to Elizabeth grew even greater.” Though in reality, Mary was a threat to Mary even if she was just alive because in the Catholics eyes she had a more legitimate claim. (Whitelock) But they weren’t just threats with their positions, but with their actions.