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World History II, Week 3 Notes

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World History II, Week 3 Notes HIST 1020

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World History 2
Tiffany Sippial
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Date Created: 01/31/16
I. Legacies of the French Revolution Symbols  French Revolution play cards 1793 o Trying to create new symbols o Figures represent new ideals  Liberty, fraternity, and equality  Little Red Cap o Name is Phrygian Cap o First emerged in Late Roman Empire worn by free slaves as symbol of freedom o Association of freedom from servitude and tyranny  Calendar of Revolutionary France o Time has begun a new with Revolution o Changes in time  Months have new names  Year 1 is 1792; Declaration of Republic instead of birth of Christ  Day of rest every 10 days  Abolish Christmas  Temple of Reason (1793) o Renaming buildings (Notre Dame) o Aligned with new revolution  Music o New Revolution songs / 1300 new songs o Marsay French national anthem o Hymns many different o We will win (important song)  Feeling: patriotic, high energy, pull you in  Written to?: Third Estate  Who is problem?: First and Second Estates  Reminder of duty: speak up when someone is slacking or a traitor o People who don’t want to participate o Element of coercion o April 1793 formation of new committee  Committee on Public Safety  12 members  Task is to root out counter revolutionaries  Necessary to maintain order  Internal and external threats o War with England, Holland, and Spain  All monarchies  Raise largest army through mass draft  Called Citizen's Army Maximilien Robespierre (1758 -1794)  Lawyer  Rise through the ranks of France o Great Orator, ideas promise actions o Ends justify the means  Parliamentary procedure is slow  Actions must be swift  Reign of Terror o 10 months long o Most iconic phase of Revolution o Root out counter revolution threats o 1900 people one month executed 300,000 prison o Institutionalized repression  Law of 10 June 1794  Any kind of evidence; duty to call them out  France has started to pursue military victories  Shift for approval of Robespierre methods  People upset  Using it to kill people he hated  Arrest of committee27 July 1794  Robespierre declared outlaw  Indiscriminate use of violence  Condemned 28 July 1794  Marks end of radical phase o Solution 1: Directory  Idea of shared power  5 men  Weak, inept, conflicted, unable solve domestic issues o Solution 2: Napoleon Bonaparte  Associated as number of military successes (Italian Campaigns)  Symbol of might, success, order in period confusion  Symbol of French potential  Seizes power through Coup d'état in 1799 State Leadership in a Post-Divine Rule Era  No more divine rule o 3 prong approach  Domestic Policy  Foreign Policy (most important)  Military reputation  Cult of Personality  Write image out to the people at the right time  Busts placed in towns / buildings  Portraits (huge scale)  Jacques-Louis David Creating the Modern French State  Government o Centralized/Emperor (1804)  Religion o Concordat of 1801  Law o Napoleonic (Civil) Code (1804)  Education o Secular public education  Economics o Improve infrastructure (roads/bridges) o Reduce price of bread  Elevates propaganda as mythical tool  Whoever controls media controls truth Arc de Triomphe (Paris, 1806)  Build under Napoleon  Monumental in scale  Used architecture to celebrate success First Painter of the Empire  Jacques-Louis David (1748-1825) o Everything included/excluded in painting was determined by Napoleon o Neo Classical Style  Greece, Grandiose o Napoleon only posed for one portrait  Showed that he only cared about what story was tolf about him as a leader Important Paintings of Napoleon  The Emperor in His Study (1812) o By David o Theme = hard man at work o Sword nearby shows he is a man of action o Candle burning = still working when others are sleeping o Stance means I am in possession of myself  Napoleon Crossing the Alps (1801-1802) o By David o Pointing up towards success o Leadership over troops and France o Had a donkey, not a horse  Napoleon at the Battle of Eylau (1807) o By AJ Gros o Battle in Eastern Russia o Not great battle for France, no clear victor o Bloody  15,000 Russian Casualties  25,000 French Casualties o Want the people to think about him leading rather than the amount of casualties  Showing his connection and positive personal characteristics  Coronation of Napoleon I o Notre Dame o He is placing crown on wife Josephine's head rather than the pope o Pope is drawn behind him  Shows the loss of power in the church The World Napoleon Made o If he loses a battle he loses the hearts and minds of the people so he has to win Has to expand empire Maintain power Napoleon Approaching Moscow (1812)  June 1812; wants to expand East  Called the Russian Campaign o 600,000 men o Goal is to take Moscow o Napoleon and men arrive in Moscow  The governor burned the city (scorched earth policy)  Need shelter from winter but farm lands and shelter have been destroyed o Retreat and the Anguish of Defeat  Rough went/ no shelter and food  Defeated; limps home to Paris  Comes back with only 30,000 = 30,000 devastation The "Emperor's Demise Act" (April 1814) and the Exiles of Napoleon  Act passed by the Senate  He was sent to Island of Elba (off coast of Italy) o He escapes; returns to France  Defeated at Waterloo in Belgium  Finally he was sent to St. Helena (South Atlantic) o Dies from Cancer May 5, 1821 o Final words: France. Army. Head of Army. Josephine. Power Vacuum for France  "When Paris sneezes, all of Europe catches cold." - Prince Klemens von Metternich (Austria)  Other Europeans want to step in  Moment of opportunity Congress of Vienna (1814-1815)  Great Britain, Austria, Russia, Prussia  Holy Alliance: mandate is higher than politics  3 decisions 1. Redraw Map of Europe  Push back to 1792 borders (before Napoleon) 2. Create confederation of German States  Sit at Eastern border of France to stop them from expanding  Act as a buffer 3. Restore French Monarchy  Louis XVII (brother of Louis XVI)  Impose marker of old measure of stability  Not absolute monarch  Constitutional  Conservative retrenchment = turning back clock  Consequences  No single allowed to dominate  Save Europe from war until 1914 (WWI) Legacies of French Revolution 1. Weakened political influence of aristocracy and clergy o End of privilege based on birth: careers based on merit o Limited monarchy (constitutional) 2. France transformed into modern state o Secular, rational (law), infrastructure (helpful for industrialization) o First to industrialize = Great Britain, then France 3. Practical application of ideas of Enlightenment o Individual subject becomes citizen (rights and duties)  Citizenship focuses on governed and government 4. Revolutionary Fervor Exported --> Ex: Americans (Haiti) o Some countries fear this others are excited 5. French Revolution + Industrial Revolution --> Creating of European working class o New ideas about citizenship Phrygian Caps  Continue to be an important symbol  Represented in many different seals o Haiti, Argentina, Bolivia, Columbia, Cuba, and U.S. Senate  Also shown in The Smurfs cartoon II. Avengers of the New World: Haiti Saint-Domingue's Relationship to France  French colony (1697-1804) o Eventually become Haiti o Direct connection = interdependence  Planation economy o Sugar, coffee, cotton, indigo o Major money producer  500,000 slaves o 10:1 ratio slave vs. non-slave  2/3 France's tropical imports  1/3 total French trade The Haitian Revolution (1791-1804)  Discontentment o Class system tension o Also Race and the power held in different classes  The Multiracial Hierarchy o Grands Blancs (European-born)  Want Independence from France  Born in France, live in Saint-Domingue  Own property, planation, resent being part of France o Petits Blancs (Native-born whites)  Access to positions of power: not just traders, merchants, clerks  Property owners  Excluded from upper social economic power because born in Saint- Domingue o Gens de Couleur (Free Mulattoes)  Want Full citizenship: access to public office, political rights  Mixed descent, born of plantation owners o Slaves  Want Freedom from Slavery: not independence from France Boukman's Prayer (August 1791)  Fighting between Grands Blancs and Petits Blancs is opportunity  Results in the meeting of 1000 slaves o Voodoo priest delivers prayer (call to action) o Speaks in language most can understand  Has language of the enlightenment o Begin destroying all reminders of the past  Call others to rise up Avengers of the New Worlds  Toussaint L'Ouverture o Freed slave, stayed on planation to work as foreman o Literate, catholic (taught to read and write as child) o No formal military training o Speaks to slaves as a slave (understanding)  Jean-Jacques o L'Ouverture's second hand man o Brutalized as a slave  Back full of scars  Always tried to escape


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