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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Both Glorious French Similarities and Differences of the French and Glorious Revoltions Took place in France 1789-1799 Took place in England1688-1689 Both caused by citizens wanting to overthrow the monarchy and put in a new form of government "It's our duty to sympathize in all mercies; and to praise the Lord together in chastisements or trials, that so we may sorrow together." Primary Source Quote alsocausedby rel. Primary Source Quote " What was really affecting was the tenderness and earnestness of the poor people,who,in spite of the taxes with which they are overwhelmed, were transported with joy at seeing us." Inequality towards the estates caused the third estate to rebel first Both revolutions were considered "spontaeous" with little planning; acting on the citizen's anger Ended when King was captured and sentenced to death. *resources - bbc: Glorious Revolution, Britannica Academic Edition, French Revolution New leaders were installed for both: Napoleon for France and the William of Orange for England. Both had important leaders.French: Napoleon Bonaparte Glorious: King William III Little to no bloodshed. Also known as the Bloodless Revolution Both revolutions established the supremacy of parliament over the crown Much violence with little compliance of the gov. i.e. Storming of bastille The Declaration of Rights and the Bill of Rights was put into action to allow political and religious views to intertwine ending the war Citizen's of country wanted a change in the way of life- causing them to rebel
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