The storming of the Bastille, guillotine, women's march on Versailles, massive bread lines, Tennis Court Oath, Reign of Terror, and Napoleon; each image conjures up the French Revolution. This course transports you back in time to this turbulent and tragic period of history that saw radical social and political upheaval forever affecting French and European history. Beginning with the accession of Louis XVI in 1774, this course captures the drama and heritage of the French Revolution as it traces the history of France through the Revolution (including events preceding it and immediately following it), terror, counter-terror, military triumphs, and the rise of Napoleon. It includes a generous chronology of events, as well as an analysis of how many of the events impact France and the rest of Europe. Through it, you gain true insight into all of the important events, personages, developments, and issues as you relive the daily anguish, incredible challenges, temporary joys, and massive sorrows that serve as a testament to the people's fortitude. As a teacher you will benefit from the outstanding research of William Doyle, Ph.D., and those contributing to the insightful DVD.
This vital, modern-day course for educational professionals of all grade levels, offers an accurate and comprehensive history of the French Revolution that provides new insight into one of the most important events in European history. As a result, you will be anxious to share this information and insight with your students.
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