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What Were The Consequences Of French Revolution?

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French Revolution was a major transformation of the society and political system of France which lasted from 1789 to 1799. During the course of Revolution, France was temporarily transformed
from an absolute monarchy to a republic of free and equal citizens.

The effects of this Revolution were widespread, both inside and outside of France, and it ranks as one of the most important events in the history of Europe.

During the ten years of Revolution, France was transformed at the first place and then dismantled the Old Regime, political and social system and replaced it with a series of different governments. Although none of these governments lasted for more than four years, but a number of initiatives permanently altered France’s political system. These included the drafting of several bills of rights and constitutions, establishment of legal equality among all citizens,
experiments with representative democracy and the reconstruction of administration and law code.

A lot of these changes were adopted elsewhere in Europe as well. The said change was a matter of choice in some places, but was imposed by the French army during the French Revolutionary Wars in other places. Most importantly for later generations of Europeans and non-Europeans, who wanted to overturn their political and social systems, the French Revolution provided the
most influential model of popular insurrection.
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The consequences of the French Revolution were the abolition of monarchy and advent of democracy. The clarion call of the Revolution - "Liberty, Equality and Fraternity"- reverberated in the distant lands and had a contagion effect on the whole world, which, in due course, began to adore and uphold the spirits of freedom within constitutional frameworks.
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The French Revolution refers to the period from 1789 to 1799 during which the Bourbon Monarchy in France was overthrown and the Roman Catholic Church had to undergo radical restructuring from within.

The most important and radical consequence of the French Revolution is undoubtedly the abolition of Feudalism. With the complete collapse of the existing regime, all elements of feudalism were abolished including serfdom and the rights of both the nobility and the clergy were taken away.

The French Revolution established a new order based on the famous 'Declaration of the Rights of Man'. The main theme of the French Revolution, 'Liberty, Equality and Fraternity', later became one of the most revered political dogmas across the world. The Revolution is credited with having helped in spreading the ideas of democracy and nationalism across the world. The French Revolution was the death knoll for the rule of the monarchy, paving the way for democracy. It also brought about a lot of economic and social reforms, not only in France, but across Europe.
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French Revolution refers to the period between 1789-1799, which was a period of political and social upheaval in the political history of France in particular and Europe in general. Basically the French government structure was changed from absolute monarchy to a Republic. For detailed effects of the French revolution see the link below:
en.wikipedia.org
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It brings about the idea of democracy in europe
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The one consequence of the French Revolution was:-
Louis XVI not take taxes from lord and when Louis XVI take taxes from lord he return it.
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Abolition of colonial slavery
Revocation of primogeniture (abolishing the right of the first-born)
Ends compensation nobility
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The one consequence of the French Revolution was:-
The lands of the clergy people were confiscated which earned the government around 2 million livres which made the empty treasury of france full again.

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