Who was not a French monarchs in France?
Marie Antoinette was Queen of France in spite of being Austrian and Napoleon was Dictator in spite of being from Corsica.
William the Conqueror
Louis XVI who was guillotined.
by building more churches and create more law
Versailles is a city in France. It was a French palace and was used by the French monarchs and aristocracy.
Clovis converted in 496 and was the first of the French monarchs (not even "French" around that date) to be a Christian.
They wanted to get rid of the class system in France, their monarchs (for they wanted to be a replublic instead of a monarchial country), poverty etc.
No. The French Revolution was not an effect of the industrial revolution. The French revolution occurred due to the anger of the masses against the despotic rule of the monarchs in France.
The French Revolution was a wakeup call to European monarchs who were shocked and appalled at what had happened in France. They feared this might encourage people in their countries to do the same. As a result, efforts were made to incorporate Enlightenment ideals in many countries.
France hasn't had a queen since 1793, when the French killed their last Queen: Marie Antoinette. France is a republic and therefore has a president instead of monarchs. In 1993, François Maurice Adrien Marie Mitterrand was the French president and his wife's name was Danielle Mitterrand.
No. France has not had a king since 1848.
The fear was that what was happening in France, could happen in their own country - leading to their overthrow or death.
France no longer has a monarchy. The last French king was Louis-Philippe I, who reigned from 9th August 1830 until 24th February 1848. After him, the French president Napoleon was declared Emperor of the French Empire from 1848 until 1852. Since Napoleon, there has been no monarch in France. List of French Monarchs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_French_monarchs
Nobody established a reign in France in 1793. 1789 was the year the French Revolution had begun, and in 1792 the French monarchs (King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette) were executed. France was no longer a monarchy but a republic at that time. Only in 1799 Napoleon Bonaparte crowned himself emperor of France, making France an empire.
France hasn't had a queen since 1793, when the French killed their last Queen: Marie Antoinette. France is a republic and therefore has a president instead of monarchs. The current president is Nicolas Sarkozy and he is married to Carla Bruni (his third wife!).
All other Monarchial countries in Europe were very disapproving of the French Revolution and terrified by it. They knew that what was happening in France, could also happen in their own counties. Therefore, they decided to stay neutral (except Austria, which declared war to France, but didn't help the royal family). They were afraid that when they would turn against France and openly disapproved the revolution, their own people would revolt against them. They also… Read More
Roi = king Monarchs = royalty
Napoleon Bonaparte began his first army which was a great amount. The Monarchs had a small army. Napolean changed everything with the French Revolution.
All the other monarchs of Europe were very disapproving of the French Revolution and terrified by it. They knew that what was happening in France could also happen in their own counties. Therefore, they decided to stay neutral (except Austria, which declared war on France, but didn't help the royal family). They were afraid that if they openly opposed the revolution, their own people might revolt against them. They also couldn't support the French revolution… Read More
The French Revolution was not acceptable to the reigning monarchs.
For the particulars, you would have to specify which French King you are referring to, but generally, people in France were angry at the monarchs for levying high taxes and living in opulence while the people lived in squalor without rights.
Louis XVI Louis the 16th
The King was Louis XVI.
King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette.
The Kings of England and France won the support of the Church, which did much in the way of keeping their subjects compliant. The English kings developed a smooth and well functioning bureaucracy while the French kings established a hereditary monarchy.
Louis-Philippe I was known as "King of the French" since this is the proper title for the French monarchs for centuries and Louis-Philippe I was a King of France. It is the same reason that Barack Obama is known as "President of the United States" since this is the proper title for a US President.
They were becoming too powerful.
The Palace of Versailles - just outside Paris.
ALL kings are monarchs.
No, he was not in the hereditary line of French monarchs. He was a general, consul, and emperor.
because they were
the estates-general was a french version of parliament in 1400s and was rarely called on for advice at one time king Henry of bourbon, or Henry iv of France, never even called upon them during his reign.
In short, the French revolution was to overthrow the monarchs, because the bourgeoisie had enough of the luxurious and privileged lives of the royals and nobility. The revolutionists wanted everybody to be equal. So they fought to overthrown their royals and to rid themselves of the "tyrants" (their monarchs, who were in fact far from tyrants). Marie Antoinette was the last Queen ever in France. Since then France has had an emperor (Napoleon Bonaparte), some… Read More
"France" in English is France in French.
The Royalists caused a concern as potential counter revolutionaries and they had many supporters throughout Europe, not the least of which were European Monarchs who feared further popular revolutions.
It was the start of the fall of monarchy
The monarchs and higher nobility
No. If you are Danish you are from Denmark. If you are French, you are from France. Denmark and France are two different countries. No. If you are Danish you are from Denmark. If you are French, you are from France. Denmark and France are two different countries. No. If you are Danish you are from Denmark. If you are French, you are from France. Denmark and France are two different countries. No. If you… Read More
The changes that were taking place in France. They worried that peasant revolts similar to the ones in France could break out in their own countries.
They were dethroned and eventually executed by guillotine.
France is the country, french is the language France is a noun. French is an adjective in most useage. "I like French fries".
The French monarchy was executed because of their apparent lack of concern for its people reflected by the lavish lifestyles of King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. The peasants revolted against their monarchs to take control of France.
Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette were the king and queen of France during the revolution until they were guillotined
Feudalism was like other governmental systems of the Middle Ages, but with the additional twist that the central government was weak and required a hierarchy of nobility to provide stability on the local level. It was most prevalent in France and the Holy Roman Empire, but also in England of the period after the Norman Invasion, Feudal Monarchs included King John of England, and Louis VII of France, but any of the French, German, or… Read More
how did the french get here from France
no. they r not from france.
They took up arms against their dictorial powers
Originally, prior to the French Revolution, the French monarchs such as Louis XVI lived in the palace of Versailles.
French is the proper adjective for France. The people of France are French people.
Wellcome ijn France is "bienvenue en France" in French.
Beautiful France' is 'Belle France' in French.