The French Revolution: Crash Course World History #29
In which John Green examines the French Revolution, and gets into how and why it differed from the American Revolution. Was it the serial authoritarian regimes? The guillotine? The Reign of Terror? All of this and more contributed to the French Revolution not being quite as revolutionary as it could have been. France endured multiple constitutions, the heads of heads of state literally rolled, and then they ended up with a megalomaniacal little emperor by the name of Napoleon. But how did all of this change the world, and how did it lead to other, more successful revolutions around the world? Watch this video and find out. Spoiler alert: Marie Antoinette never said, Let them eat cake. Sorry.
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What caused the French Revolution? - Tom Mullaney
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What rights do people have, and where do they come from? Who gets to make decisions for others, and on what authority? And how can we organize society to meet people’s needs? Tom Mullaney shows how these questions challenged an entire nation during the upheaval of the French Revolution.
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Russian Revolution - 2017 History Lecture Series
The Russian Revolution and the Making of the 20th Century: Global Perspectives at the Centennial
Glennys Young, UW professor of history and international studies
The Russian Revolution was at once a symbol of hope for the oppressed and a warning sign for those in power. It fueled decades of anticommunist ideologies and policies all over the world, but it also had unlikely connections with the Pacific Northwest.
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This event talks about the historical realities of political ideology, and discuss the ramifications of the 2016 election. Professor Snyder is one of the leading experts on Eastern European history, and recently published a new book, Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning, winner of the MacMillan Center’s Gustav Ranis International Book Prize. Professor Snyder will discuss recent presidential election and the state of European and American political history.
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The French Revolution
This is the first part of my lecture series on the French Revolution, providing an introduction to the background and the causes of the chain of events that led to the Revolution.
Before the French Revolution, France operated under the Old (Ancien) Regime in which the people were organized into three Estates: the First (Clergy), the Second (Nobility), and the Third (Everyone Else). The clergy and the nobility had several privileges, including exemption from paying taxes. The extravagant spending of the French monarchy combined with its inability to tax the first two estates created a financial crisis in the late 18th century. France's decision to assist the United States in the American Revolution pushed the French monarchy's finances to the breaking point, prompting King Louis XVI to call an Assembly of Notables in 1787 to investigate options for raising more revenue. The Assembly of Notables ended in failure, with the clergy and the nobility refusing to consent to taxation. Louis was left with no choice but to call the Estates General, where I will continue in the second lecture.
This lecture is intended for AP European History and Western Civilization students, but is appropriate for high school audiences and lifelong learners, as well.
Agincourt or Azincourt? Victory, Defeat and the War of 1415 - Dr Helen Castor
In the year of the battle's 600th anniversary, Agincourt remains one of the most resonant names in the roll-call of English military history:
Thanks to Shakespeare, the triumphant tale is embedded in our national psyche: the astonishing victory against overwhelming odds of Henry V's 'happy few' over the flower of French chivalry. But if we cry God for Harry, England and St George, we tell only half the story. What of those who cried God for Charles, France and St Denis?
The battle is set in its fifteenth-century context - when the outcome of military conflict was understood as the result of God's will - and unravels the implications of two contrasting narratives: English victory at Agincourt, and French defeat on the field they knew as Azincourt.
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American Revolution - 2017 History Lecture Series
New Order for the Ages: The Many Meanings of the American Revolution
Richard R. Johnson, Professor Emeritus, University of Washington
The American Revolution laid down a pattern for modern revolutions across the globe, while defining an American ideal of politics and purpose drawn from protest and rebellion. We look at the origins, achievements and legacies of this transforming event.
Jan 11, 2017
Ten Minute History - The French Revolution and Napoleon
This episode of Ten Minute History (like a documentary, only shorter) covers the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars from the beginning of King Louis XVI's reign all the way to the death of Napoleon Bonaparte in 1821. The first half covers the life and death of Louis XVI during the events of the revolution, including the rise and fall of Robespierre and the Reign of Terror. The second half covers the rise of Napoleon, the Napoleonic Wars and the eventual allied victory over France.
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The French Revolution — the 10-year period from 1789 to 1799 during which France went from a monarchy ruled by King Louis XVI to a republic ruled by the people . . . and then to a dictatorship run by Napoleon — was one of the bloodiest times in European history.
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The Great War signaled the terminal crisis of the European old regime–a crisis more than a century in the making. Pursuing the story of this crisis across themes of domination, integration and betrayal, UW History Professor Raymond Jonas considers the rivalries that underpinned the war and the bleak geopolitical thinking that informed them. Professor Jonas explores the political culture that obliterated tolerance for difference, finding the foundations of power in nation and race. Finally, he asks us to ponder the responsibilities of the powerful, viewed with the eyes of the young men they had persuaded to fight.
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The French Revolution: The Background
Michael Davies draws on social, cultural and political history to explain the development of the French State, prosperous yet fraught with inequities. He examines the role of the Masons and devotees of the Enlightenment, who hoped to undermine the authority of the monarchy and the Church and extend the influence of their own ideas. Sounds like today doesn't it? Http://keepthefaith.org for more & the Latin Mass magazine
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Lynn Hunt: The French Revolution in a Global Perspective
The second lecture, 'The French Revolution in a Global Perspective', of Professor Lynn Hunt's Humanitas Visiting Professorship in Historiography, University of Oxford, May 2014.
Humanitas is a series of Visiting Professorships at Oxford and Cambridge designed to bring leading academics, practitioners and scholars to both universities to address major themes in the arts, social sciences and humanities. Created by Lord Weidenfeld, the programme is managed and funded by the Institute for Strategic Dialogue and co-ordinated in Cambridge by the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) and in Oxford by the Research Centre for the Humanities (TORCH).
Introduction to Ancient Greek History (CLCV 205)
Professor Donald Kagan explains why people should study the ancient Greeks. He argues that the Greeks are worthy of our study not only because of their vast achievements and contributions to Western civilization (such as in the fields of science, law, and politics) but also because they offer a unique perspective on humanity. To the Greeks, man was both simultaneously capable of the greatest achievements and the worst crimes; he was both great and important, but also mortal and fallible. He was a tragic figure, powerful but limited. Therefore, by studying the Greeks, one gains insight into a tension that has gripped and shaped the West and the rest of the world through its influence. In short, to study the Greeks is to study the nature of human experience.
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The French Revolution
Marie Antoinette never said Let them eat cake but it's a Lady Gaga song, so we had to have that line! Thanks to Christian Sylvester for helping with the lyrics!
01. Course Introduction: Romes Greatness and First Crises
The Early Middle Ages, 284--1000 (HIST 210)
Professor Freedman introduces the major themes of the course: the crisis of the Roman Empire, the rise of Christianity, the threats from barbarian invasions, and the continuity of the Byzantine Empire. At the beginning of the period covered in this course, the Roman Empire was centered politically, logistically, and culturally on the Mediterranean Sea. Remarkable for its size and longevity, the Empire was further marked by its tolerance. Although it contained an eclectic mix of peoples, the Empire was unified in part by a local elite with a shared language and customs. In the third century these strengths were increasingly threatened by the Empire's sheer size, its imbalances, both East-West and urban-rural, and by an army that realizes it could make and unmake emperors. Having set the scene, Professor Freedman looks to subsequent lectures where he will discuss reforms enacted to address these weaknesses.
00:00 - Chapter 1. Welcome
09:54 - Chapter 2. Introduction to the Themes of the Course
18:48 - Chapter 3. The Roman Empire before the Crisis of the Third Century
34:09 - Chapter 4. Flaws of the Roman Empire
Complete course materials are available at the Yale Online website: online.yale.edu
This course was recorded in Fall 2011.
Cuban Revolution - 2017 History Lecture Series
Beyond and Within the Cuban Revolution
Ileana María Rodríguez-Silva, UW associate professor of history
After 1959, Cuba became either a symbol of popular resistance or totalitarian governance. Unfortunately, in the process Cubans became extricated from their own complex history. We examine Cuba’s multiple revolutions during the 19th and 20th centuries to illuminate the global and muddied histories of Modernity.
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The Intelligence Delusion
People think they know a lot more than they actually do. And they were designed this way, according to cognitive scientist Steven Sloman. It's harmless when it comes to knowledge of everyday tasks but can get people into a lot of trouble when it comes to politics and complicated policy. Sloman joins The Agenda to explain this phenomenon, the topic of his book, The Knowledge Illusion: Why We Never Think Alone.
French Revolution and Bush Politics of Fear
Watch the entire show at theyoungturks.com. Bush is modelling his fear tacticts after the Jacobins of the French Revolution.
French Revolution in Hindi
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Conspiracy and Terror in the French Revolution - Marisa Linton Public Lecture
Conspiracy and Terror in the French Revolution - A public lecture by Marisa Linton (Kingston University)
Conspiracies, both real and imagined, played a central role in the shifting dynamics of French revolutionary politics. This talk will look at how fear of conspiracy influenced decisions taken by revolutionary leaders during the most traumatic period of the Revolution - the Terror of the Year II (1793-94). Successive revolutionary factions were subject to a specific form of terror, the ‘politicians’ terror’, whereby they themselves were denounced as ‘the enemy within’ and put to death. This talk will examine the ideological, tactical and emotional factors that led some of the Revolution’s most prominent leaders, including Brissot, Danton, and Robespierre, to be condemned as secret conspirators against it.
Marisa Linton is currently Reader in History at Kingston University. She has written extensively on the political culture of the French Revolution and the French Enlightenment. She is the author of Choosing Terror: Virtue, Friendship and Authenticity in the French Revolution (Oxford University Press, 2013), a study of the political leaders of the French Revolution and the process whereby they came to ‘choose terror’. She is also the author of The Politics of Virtue in Enlightenment France (Palgrave, 2001), which examines how the Enlightenment concept of political virtue became an integral part of the language of revolutionary politics. She is the co-editor of Conspiracy in the French Revolution (Manchester University Press, 2007). Her other publications have addressed such subjects as: Robespierre’s political ideology; the concept of the political hero in French revolutionary politics; the intellectual origins of the French Revolution; and religious toleration in eighteenth-century France. She frequently writes for popular publications, such as History Today and BBC History, and has made several television and radio appearances. She is currently working on a further book for Oxford University Press, a study of four Jacobin leaders, Robespierre, Danton, Desmoulins and Saint-Just, to be entitled Saturn’s Children: Leaders of the French Revolution.
This is part of a series of public talks from the Leverhulme-funded project Conspiracy and Democracy. More information at
Resources and techniques for translating Latin
Hey guys! This video might not be relevant to most of you, but it is something that would have really helped me not too long ago, so I wanted to make it for any in the same position. I go through the resources and techniques I've picked up that help me translate Latin texts. Hopefully it'll help any of you feeling overwhelmed as you venture into 'real' Latin for the first time from the 'fake' Latin in textbooks. (Also apologies for the noisy tractors and dogs in this video!) On another note - I'm hoping to do a comprehensive personal statement video soon, possibly with a Q&A section, so please leave any questions for that below or tweet me. Please comment below if you have any requests for future videos! - Molly
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Vietnamese Revolution - 2017 History Lecture Series
“Compatriots, can you hear me?” The Vietnamese Revolution of 1945 and Its Implications for a Post-Colonial World
Christoph Giebel, UW associate professor of history and international studies
Consciously drawing on the American, French, and Russian Revolutions, the Vietnamese Revolution accelerated the demise of Western colonial empires, foreshadowing decades of post-colonial interventionism around the world.
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The French Revolution MOOC
The French Revolution was one of the most important upheavals in world history. This course examines its origins, course and outcomes.
This course is designed for you to work through successfully on your own. However you will not be alone on this journey. Use the resources included in the course and take part in the suggested learning activities to get the most out of your learning. To successfully complete this course, it is recommended that you devote at least six hours to every module over the six weeks of the course. In that time you should watch the video lectures, reflect and respond to in-video pause points, and complete the quizzes.
As part of the required reading for this course, during each week of this course you will have free access to a chapter of Peter McPhee's textbook, The French Revolution, which is also available for purchase as an e-book.
Lecture 1 The Terror of History
A lecture introducing specific themes in Western tradition, and the manner in which men and women in medieval and early modern Europe dealt with wars, plagues, oppressive lordships, and injustice. To understand the pre-modern and modern West, we must understand the different perspectives from which Western men and women looked at the world.
Western civilization is closely associated with reason and science, and with exceptional accomplishment in art, architecture, music, and literature. Yet it has also been characterized by widespread belief in the supernatural and the irrational—with mystics who have visions of the divine, and with entire movements of people who wait in fervent anticipation of the apocalypse.
In addition, Western culture has been the setting for repeated acts of barbarism: persecutions of certain groups such as Jews, or accused heretics and witches.
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This two-part series invites you to consider what might be called the underbelly of Western society, a complex mixture of deeply embedded beliefs and unsettling social forces that has given rise to our greatest saints
Prof. Steven Pinker - The Better Angels of Our Nature: A History of Violence and Humanity
Professor Pinker explores ideas drawn from his book entitled The Better Angels of our Nature: Why Violence has Declined.
This lecture discusses the notion that contrary to popular belief that we live in exceptionally violent times, rates of violence have been in decline over the course of history.
Professor Steven Pinker is an award-winning experimental psychologist who works at Harvard University.
He has been named Humanist of the Year by the American Humanist Society and has been listed among Prospect magazine's top 100 public intellectuals in the world and Time magazine's 100 most influential people in the world today.
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Marci Shore: Turning points in European History. 1914-1939-1945-1989-2004
Marci Shore, American historian specializing in the history of Eastern Europe and lecturer at Yale University (USA), opened the international European Remembrance Symposium in Prague with the keynote lecture. The main question she discussed was 'Should we open the closet of the past?'.
Year 2014 marked the round anniversaries of some of the most important turning points in European history: 100th anniversary of the Great World War, 75th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II, 25th anniversary of 1989, and last but not least 10th anniversary of the enlargement of the European Union to include former communist bloc countries. Thus, the theme of the European Remembrance Symposium 2014 was: 'Europe between War and Peace 1914-2004. Turning Points in 20th Century European History'
The goal of European Remembrance Symposium is to exchange experiences and establish methods and forms of cooperation between institutions from different countries. Representatives of European historical institutions are invited to discuss the challenges facing Europe’s idea of culture of remembrance. The meetings are open to all professionals dealing with 20th-century European history.
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1. Introduction: Freemans Top Five Tips for Studying the Revolution
The American Revolution (HIST 116)
Professor Freeman offers an introduction to the course, summarizing the readings and discussing the course's main goals. She also offers five tips for studying the Revolution: 1) Avoid thinking about the Revolution as a story about facts and dates; 2) Remember that words we take for granted today, like democracy, had very different meanings; 3) Think of the Founders as real people rather than mythic historic figures; 4) Remember that the Founders aren't the only people who count in the Revolution; 5) Remember the importance of historical contingency: that anything could have happened during the Revolution.
00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction: Is the War Part of the American Revolution?
08:24 - Chapter 2. Reading Materials for the Course
13:45 - Chapter 3. Freeman's Tips One and Two: Facts and Meanings
22:13 - Chapter 4. Freeman's Tip Three: The Founders Were Human, Too
31:33 - Chapter 5. Freeman's Tip Four: The Other Revolutionaries
37:48 - Chapter 6. Freeman's Tip Five and Conclusion
Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website:
This course was recorded in Spring 2010.