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What century did the Scientific Revolution take place?
Transcendentalism took place in the 1830s and 1840s, so the 19th century.
Europe But started In France
The first military actions took place in Massachusetts, in 1775. The British were driven out of Boston in 1776. The conflict then shifted to New York; the Americans scored som…e victories in upstate New York, but the British captured New York City. Washington's army camped in Pennsylvania, and famously crossed the Delaware river to attack the British in New Jersey. Military actions in New York and Pennsylvania continued into 1777 and 1778. The southern colonies were involved in the second half of the war. The British captured Savannah and Charleston and began pursuing the Americans throughout the backcountry of South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia. The war culminated with the northern and southern forces trapping the British army at Yorktown, Virginia, in 1781. So, at one point or another, military conflict occurred in every one of the thirteen colonies. In addition, with the entry of France into the war, there were conflicts between the British and the French in the West Indies, Gibraltar and as far away as India.
French Revolution took place in only France. It began in Paris and spread throughout the Nation.
The French Revolution is a misleading term. There have been at least 23 French Revolutions. The first one started on 14th July 1789 when the starving people of Paris att…acked the Bastille, a fortress on the edge of town, because a) they needed some guns and b) the Bastille was a prison where the King could send anybody, any time, without question or trial. The mob, armed with muskets and one or two cannon from Les Invalides, battered at the walls and told the Governor that his life would be spared if he surrendered. The Governor surrendered. His head was removed with a blunt knife. The mob then rushed to rescue the prisoners. It turned out there were only seven of them, as the King wasn't using that prison any more. Bother. Meanwhile at Versailles the King, wanting more tax money, had called Parliament to meet for the first time in 150 years. Mistake. In theory, he should have got what he wanted. Parliament had three houses, or 'Estates'; the Nobility, the Clergy and the Third Estate, which meant the common people. (Incidentally, this is where we get the term 'Third World' from.) The Nobility and Clergy didn't pay taxes, so were only too willing to give the King what he wanted. The Third Estate paid all the taxes and would obviously vote against more; but each Estate had only one vote. The members of the Third Estate responded to this constitutional unfairness by locking themselves in the King's indoor tennis court and swearing not to leave until France had a new constitution. The King gave in, then changed his mind, then sent for troops to back up his authority; which was why the common people in Paris needed guns to defend themselves. When the King heard about the Bastille business he said 'Oo dear, is this a revolt?' and was answered 'No, Sire, it's a Revolution'. He allowed the Third Estate a new voting system, but they didn't trust him and he was escorted to Paris where an eye could be kept on him. He tried to escape and was imprisoned. Every other King in Europe protested. The new French Government declared war on every King in Europe. The King was convicted of plotting with France's enemies, and guillotined. Reign of Terror. All enemies of Revolution go on chopping list. Enemies defeated. War over, Terror no longer necessary, its leaders are executed. France without leaders, General Napoleon Bonaparte takes over. 1804, he becomes Emperor Napoleon. More wars. 1814, King back (Louis XVIII); 1815, Napoleon returns for 100 days, then Waterloo and King back. Succeeded by his son Charles X. Unpopular. 1830, Revolution. Louis-Philippe, constitutional monarchy. 1848, Revolution. Second Republic. President, Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte, great-nephew of guess who. 1852, Second Empire, Napoleon III. 1870, war with Prussia. France loses. Paris besieged. Emperor abdicates. Third Republic. New Government surrenders Paris. Revolution in Paris (the Commune). French army invades Paris. 20,000 Parisians killed in a week. Paris comes to heel. 1940, Germans invade. Dictatorship. 1945, Fourth Republic. At the moment, we're on the Fifth Republic and still counting. The French Revolution took place from 1789 to 1799. The French Revolution officially started in 1789 and ended in 1799. From 1789 to 1799.
In Prauge of the Czech Republic.
In the 19th century. The revolution started in 1789 and ended in 1799.
Answer England set prices/taxes on products shipped to the colonies so high that the colonists could not afford them. The effort to become an independent nation… was the only way they could find to solve this problem. In order to become an independent nation they had to fight England for the land.
Hamlet was based on the story of a Danish prince who lived in the 7th Century AD.
In the 17th century
Between 1943 and the mid 1970's. It was an Agrarian Revolution that increased industrialized agriculture in India and other developing countries.
it started in the 1750's and went on to the mid 1800's
The Russia Revolution took place in the 19th century!!! It actually took place in the 20TH CENTURY.
Because, during most of the period when the colonies were being founded and growing, England wasn't actually doing too much to try to govern them. England was months away by s…ailing ship, and was often distracted by foreign wars and a civil war and two revolutions of its own. thus the colonies were largely left alone and developed their own systems of government which were far more democratic than England's. In the 1760's though, when England had settled its own internal troubles and finally settled matters with France, it began passing laws, especially taxes, which supposedly were enforceable in the colonies. That was not the way things had ever been done before. The colonies had always been loyal to and supportive of the king, but they had made their own laws, and taxes, in their own legislatures, the British Parliament had generally not tried to legislate for them. Thus, when it did try to do so, especially trying to tax them, the colonists became very angry and afraid because since they had no representatives in the Parliament, there was no one there to protect their rights. They began protesting the Parliament's actions. Parliament responded by gradually passing harsher and harsher laws to make the colonists obey. This just confirmed the colonists fears about the threat to their liberties. Finally, open warfare and outright rebellion broke out. When the colonists realized that the king was on Parliament's side and not their own, they decided they wanted independence. So, the revolution occurred in the late 18th century because that was when England began passing laws that sought to change the nature of the relationship between the colonies and the mother country that had always existed up to that time.Michael Montagne