Revolutions in America, France and Latin America
Revolutions in America, France and Latin America fin571
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Revolutions in history whenever it occurred and wherever it occurred had taken place for independence Independence freedom was the main motive main right that the people were fighting for People of America France and Latin America were tired of the foreign rule They wanted their freedom They wanted their independence They wanted to free themselves from the bondage of slavery and tyranny that had circulated like a mask of air above them They wanted to free themselves from the British Empire and wanted their home back They wanted to establish their rules over their homes and so they fought They fought for justice they fought for food they fought for air they fought for them and they fought for all The American Revolution was a political upheaval during the last half of the eighteen century in which the thirteen colonies in North America join together to break free from the British Empire to create their own United States of America This revolution started in 1774 by the rejection of the Parliament of Great Britain to govern them The natives of America wanted to set up their own government They wanted to rule their country their way So the colonies in America set up their own colonial government within the empire This colonial congress set up in each colony led the foundation of a new sovereign state in America which was free from all the bondages of British rule And finally through the Treaty of Paris in 1883 the war commenced and the British were thrown out from the borders of America Americans wanted to set up their own democratic government Similarly the French revolution extended from 1789 to 1799 It was a period of radical social and political upheaval in France that had a major impact on the people of France and the rest of the Europe This revolution started in 1789 with the convocation of Estates General in May France had kings which used to rule over them But the French people wanted to create a democratic nation for which it was necessary to overthrow this monarchial rule So this revolution saw the abolition and replacement of the French Kings The aristocratic rule was abolished and the church with radical secular and democratic rule was placed The conquest of Italian Peninsula Low Countries and Rhine strengthen France and the principles of citizenship alienable rights nationalism and democracy was established Similar was the case with Latin American revolution This revolution was again fought in the period between 18th to 19th centuries It was fought for independence It was fought against the European colonies The people of Latin America wanted to free themselves from the illegal bondage of rule of the European people and set up their own democratic rule where every people have got the equal say in the rule The difference that prevailed among the three revolutions was the empires against whom they fought to gain their independence American Revolution was fought against the Great Britain by the thirteen big colonies to gain their independence French Revolution was fought by the lower classes in their own country to abolish the monarchy rule and set up their democratic government Whereas the Latin American revolution was fought against the Spanish or the Portuguese colonial rule to regain independence from slavery and bondage Though the American Revolution was fought against the overseas colonies the French Revolution was fought by the people against their own government French Revolution was much more violent and destructive against the King Louis XVI than the American Revolution The main strength of these revolutions were the people Who fought till the end to free their countries from the foreign or monarchial rule and set up their own independent democratic rule Where everyone is considered equal and have an equal say in their own home country REFERENCE http WWW authorsdencomVisitViewArticle asp id5 450 1 http WWWblurtitcornq 1520779 html 0 http sharepoint chilesleonkl 2 usmcneiltTextboollt 20for20World 20HistorVChapter2021Unit20520CompareContrastpdf
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