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Throw light on the background of the French Revolution of 1789.

The French Revolution (1789 - 1799) was a period of political and social upheaval and radical changes in the history of France from 1789 onwards.

Lasted until 1799. Later, Napoleon Bonaparte carried this revolution to some degree by the expansion of the French Empire. The revolution resulted in the removal of the king from the throne, the establishment of a republic, a period of bloody strife, and eventually the dictatorship of Napoleon leading to the spread of many values ​​of this revolution in and beyond Western Europe. This revolution changed the direction of modern history. With this, the world began to lose its absolute monarchy, new republics and liberal peoples were formed.

There have hardly been such revolts in the history of any country, which is more important and controversial than the French Revolution of 1789. This revolution shook France and Europe, as well as its echo throughout the world. The far-reaching impact of this event has, in fact, been so much that much study and research has been done on it and continues to this day.

According to Peter Campbell, from the 1950s, historians have generally considered the reasons for the origin of this revolution as economic and social, and since 1980

Political and cultural categories are ranked higher. But recent studies also show that instead of finding different far-reaching causes of this revolution, an effort should be made to understand their unique conjuncture and background carefully. Therefore, the analysis of the revolution should be done in a proper perspective which does not include any definite economic and social determinism.

Ho . The General Assembly (Estates General) on May 5, 1789, forced the Emperor to pass a new taxation proposal when the reforms of Finance Minister Turgo and Necker failed to overcome the financial crisis deepened during the period of the French Emperor Sixteenth Louis. (Estates General) was called. The public took the General Assembly elections very seriously. Voters gathered in each constituency according to their respective estates and all prepared their own lists of demands or cahiers. People from the Third Estate came to the meeting with the firm intention that the polling would be done on an individual basis instead of the Estate so that they do not remain a minority forever. He considered himself a true representative of the people of France. So he started calling himself National Assembly. In fact, the French Revolution was a unique revolution compared to other revolutions of the world, because political, social, economic as well as philosophical and intellectual reasons have predominantly existed in its background.

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