For the most part the American colonies had governed themselves. Soon after their arrival in America they started to expand, and also disputes with New France increased drastically. During this time Britain was forced to send “regulators” to keep peace with French settlers. In 1754 in Jumonville Glen 10 French troops were killed including their commander, this attack was launched and set to happen on the commands of George Washington. This sparked a seven-year war with the French, the French tried to push British colonist out of America.
A Disastrous War with Prussia a) At this time, France was growing concerned with a growing increasingly concerned about a great rival, Prussia. b) The leader of Prussia, Otto Von Bismarck, lured France into war which was a disaster for France. C. Challenges of the Third Republic 1. After the capture of Napoleon III, republicans in France declared an end to the second empire and set up a provisional government. 2.
Once Marc Antony saw her leaving, he chased her, leaving his navy alone. His navy was defeated once he left, leaving Octavian and what was left of his Navy to come kill Cleopatra and Marc Antony. They both, however, committed suicide before he could get there. After Octavian won the war, he became the Emperor of Rome. Once Octavian came to power, the Pax Romana began.
They would lead until Caesar had enough military experience out of France to come in and defeat both their armies to become dictator. This would eventually lead to his death along with civil wars after bringing the Roman Empire down. It seemed to be a step backward for civilization due to the fact when the Roman Empire was at its peak there was free elections, new finding in science, art, literature and other fields of education. Along, with a stable government where people could pick their senators. However during the middle ages this all seemed to come crashing down, due to civil wars and peoples push for power over the entire Empire.
During the reign of terror , the national convention executed 40000 people because they rebelled against the national convention and the law of universal conscription. The N.C. Became extremely corrupt. The Directory another form of government, took over after the national convention. Napoleon crushed a royalist rebellion in Paris and saved the directory.
First, Maxentius’ father had died at the hands of Constantine. Second, Constantine had promised his half sister to Licinius, another emperor in the east, for the purpose of marriage. Maxentius threatened retaliation against Constantine for his father’s death. He also felt threatened by the promised marriage of Constantine’s sister to another emperor. Maxentius chose to have Constantine’s statues in Italy thrown down.
Similarly, in Piedmont in 1821, where Charles Felix declared Charles Albert (the temporary monarch of Piedmont) a rebel and so exiled him to Tuscany and then appealed to Mettinich for help. This is also the case for, the Papal States and Parma and Modena and the fact that all the revolutions ended because of being crushed by Austria, shows that the role of Austria was the main cause of the failures of the revolutions. The strength of the Austrian army also contributed to the failure of many of the revolutions, such as in Naples in March 1921 where Mettinich sent the army to repress the rebels, and after less than a month had successfully restored the old regime. The efficiency of the army
He sent his troops in to aid his father in battle against Athens and Thebes. Soon after this battle Alexander became king at his father’s demise. King Phillip was killed by a man names Pausanias, but it is speculated as to why. After much talk and consideration by the government they agreed it would be in the best interest of the kingdom to have Alexander replace his father for his chance as King. Once he had his much desired position as ruler he killed anyone who could possibly take his place.
This protest could be seen as the beginning of the end for Tsar Nicholas II as he called his army to open fire on all the protesters, killing several hundred protestors. Because of the high death count this event is known as ‘Bloody Sunday’. This caused more people to lose respect for the monarchy and began to lose loyalty from his army, an example of this would be in June 1905, the crew of the battleship Potemkin rebelled in the Russon-Japanese War. Because of this Nicholas was faced with two choices, a continuence of the current condictions or consitiutional reform. The reforms that Nicholas signed in October 1905 promised the people of Russia, civil liberties, freedon of speech, freedom of assembly and that no laws are to be introduced without the agreement of the Duma.
After the French Revolution completely changed the French society, people wanted a strong leader that will lead their country. Of all the powerful people that had the potential. Napoleon is chosen for being a strong military leader with strategy that enabled France to become a prosperous empire that dominated its surrounding countries. Among the rulers that once ruled France, Napoleon is a hero for making the country peaceful and successful. He surrendered his personal life to accomplish goals that will improve his country.