the term old regime in France refers ?
Old Regime is the term used to describe the society and institutions of France before 1789.
Napoleon Bonaparte actually overthrew the Old Regime; he did not create it.
Example sentence - The old regime was severely lacking moral ethics.
There were many aspects of the Old Regime. This group was designed to install social and political order in France prior to the French Revolution.
i think it was the old regime
the french society in the old regime was divided into three they were the ; *clergy as first estate *nobles as second estate *commoners as third estate
The "ancien regime" (old regime) refers to the French Monarchy, and ends officially on July 14, 1789, which marks the beginning of the historical period of the French revolution. Even though French kings returned briefly in power in the first half of the 19th century, this is the "Restoration" period and not the "Ancien Regime" any more.
Christianity is the foundation of all human existance; ultimately building our society's moral building blocks before any old regime
The Catholic Clergy members.
The answer is The Old Regime
the mayor always regimes
The reactionaries. Since the question does not specify which old regime we are talking about, we use the general term "reactionary" which means "someone trying to return things to the way they used to be".
The upper-crust of the THIRD ESTATE was extremely dissatisfied with Ancien Regime in Pre-Revolution France.
During the Old Regime, the first (clergy) and second (nobility) estates owned most of the land even though they represented 3% of the total population of France.
The Ancien Regime.
the king had unlimited power