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French revolution part-9(in hindi)
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Its discussion of French revolution. What was it. What was its impact and practice of answer writing etc

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  1. FRENCH REVOLUTION


  2. ABOUT ME Name- Sunil Kumar Singh JRF, Pursuing research in History Faced UPSC interview in 2015, and 20l6 Taught history for 3 years at University level Follow me at: htps:/lunacademy.com/user/kumarsunilvns99


  3. FRENCH REVOLUTION . What was it When did it take place Factor & circumstances of revolution Social factor, Economic factor Role of monarchy Role of ideas, ideology&philosopher Progress of revolution . Consequences & Impact


  4. IMPACT On France- . With declaration of human right, the old France was destroyed Destruction of old social order- based on principle of equality Destruction of political order - monarchy to Napoleon Economic reorganisation French revolution spread liberation willingly & nationalism unwillingly in Europe


  5. IMPACT Country of progressive Ideals -Liberty, equality, Fraternity On Europe- Spread of progressive ideals - entered through Napoleon context Inspiration of liberation from ancient regime Libration movement play important role in unification of Germany & Italy Coming of the age of the middle class


  6. 7. No event as encompassing as the French Revolution occurs in an intellectual vacuum 8. The connection between the philosophers and the outbreak of the French Revolution (1789) is somewhat remote and indirect. 9. The French Revolution (1789) really achieved far less than what it intended to effect. Do you agree? 10. The French Revolution (1789) sought to remove both the religious and secular props of the existing social order. Elucidate 11. The French Revolution attacked privileges and not property


  7. 7. No event as encompassing as the French Revolution occurs in an intellectual vacuum 8. The connection between the philosophers and the outbreak of the French Revolution (1789) is somewhat remote and indirect. 9. The French Revolution (1789) really achieved far less than what it intended to effect. Do you agree? 10. The French Revolution (1789) sought to remove both the religious and secular props of the existing social order. Elucidate 11. The French Revolution attacked privileges and not property