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French revolution

Carolingian dynasty

With decline of the Merovingian dynasty, Charles Martel revived the lost power of the Franks and, in 732 AD, helped Aquitaine, which was occupied by Spanish Muslims and defeated them near Poitiers under the command of his powerful cavalry. The Battle of Poitiers...

Robespierre’s speech on the principles of political ethics

The present text is Robespierre’s speech on the principles of political ethics, which should guide the National Convention in the internal affairs department. In this speech, Robespierre, on behalf of the Committee on General Security, will present the establishment of the French government’s ethical principles to the Convention just one month before the San Juan decrees – in Venus.

France at the beginning of the second millennium

From the middle of the tenth century, some signs indicate a plan to revive the chaotic life of the territory of the Western French Empire. The wave of invasions subsided, the feudal rule between the Loire and Rhine rivers was strengthened, many castles were built...

Growth and Development of European Cities

In the early centuries of the second millennium, especially after the Crusades, we see the growth and development of cities in Europe. Here is a brief overview of this issue by Nehru, addressed in the 64th issue of Glimpses of World History. Letter date: June 21, 1932...

Europe during the Crusades era

Nehru’s 63nd letter to his daughter in “Glimpses of world history”
Letter date: June 20, 1932
“In my recent letter, we saw material about the conflicts that took place between Christianity and Islam in the eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth centuries. At that time the thought of the Christian community developed in Europe and since then Christ religion has dominated all of Europe. The last groups to convert to Christianity were the Slavic peoples of Eastern Europe, the Russians and others.

Unlikely that there is a mention of the phenomenon of revolution and the study of the history of the world’s classical revolutions, and that there is no mention of France and its great revolution. The revolution was the result of the growing dissatisfaction of the people with the corruption of the French court and its aristocracy with the rise of the bourgeoisie and their attempt to seize their share of power, which took place in 1789 and created the French Revolution. A revolution that ended the centuries-old domination of the Bourbons in France and completely changed the traditional structure of power in France. The roots and context of the revolution, the powers and the beneficiaries of the revolution, related events, the defeat of the revolution and the return of the monarchy, the protests and the second revolution, and many others are topics that will be studied and analyzed as much as possible.

Carolingian dynasty

Carolingian dynasty

With decline of the Merovingian dynasty, Charles Martel revived the lost power of the Franks and,...

Renaissance

Renaissance

In this article, we have a brief look at the Renaissance from the perspective of Jawaharlal Nehru, which is mentioned in the letter 83 to his daughter in the book "A Look at the History of the World". Letter Date: August 5, 1932 From the anxious and anxiety state of...

“Rome is go through darkness

“Rome is go through darkness

The present article is taken from the 47th letter of Nehru to his daughter. In this letter, Nehru examines the decline of the Roman Empire and the beginning of the middle Ages in Europe. Letter Date: May 19, 1932 "Let's go back and take another look at Europe....

Thought War in Eighteenth Century of Europe

Thought War in Eighteenth Century of Europe

Nehru's 95th letter to his daughter in "A Look at the History of the World" Date: September 19, 1932 "We will return to Europe now and follow its changing history. Europe at that time was on the verge of great changes that had a profound effect on the history of the...

Growth and Development of European Cities

Growth and Development of European Cities

In the early centuries of the second millennium, especially after the Crusades, we see the growth and development of cities in Europe. Here is a brief overview of this issue by Nehru, addressed in the 64th issue of Glimpses of World History. Letter date: June 21, 1932...

The Crusades

The Crusades

Undoubtedly, one of the most important historical events of the Middle Ages was the Crusades. In this article, for a brief overview of the history of these wars, Nehru’s 62nd letter to his daughter is included in the book “Glimpses of world history”, in which these wars are briefly examined.

The end of the Middle Ages

The end of the Middle Ages

Now let’s take another look at thirteenth- and fifteenth-century Europe. Everywhere there is a great deal of confusion and violence and conflict and discord. The situation in India was very bad at that time, but it can almost be said that it is in peace and tranquility compared to Europe at that time.

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