HISTORY 2DF3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Anti-Clericalism, Maximilien Robespierre, Social Democracy

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Failure to reform role of the parlements. Declaration of the national assembly, june 17. Destruction of feudal obligations, august 4 , 1789. Declaration of the rights of man and of the citizen, august 26. The parisian mob and the role of women. The work of the new national assembly: Flight of king louis xvi to varennes, june 20-21, 1791. King held thereafter effectively under house arrest. Prussia joins austria in war against france. Storming of the tuileries palace, august 9-10, 1792. Formal arrest of the king for treason. Formation of the national convention, september 20, 1792. France declared a republic (monarchy abolished), september 21, 1792. National convention decrees elections to be based on universal manhood. First victory of the citizen army over austrian and prussian troops, at valmy, suffrage. The king is tried and executed, january 21, 1793. By the summer of 1793 france at war with austria, prussia, britain, spain and.

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