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The uprising of June 20, 1792

by Laura Belle Pfeiffer

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Published in Lincoln, Neb .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • France -- History -- Revolution, 1789-1799.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Laura B. Pfeiffer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDC173.062 .P4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 p. L., 147 p.
    Number of Pages147
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24130244M
    LC Control Number14125050
    OCLC/WorldCa23633277

    June to August The journée of 20 June, the Brunswick Manifesto, the taking of the Tuileries, the end of the monarchy, the September massacres. For too long you have ruled above my head, You in the dark cloud, God of Time! Too wild and fearful around me, Whatever I look at wavers and breaks. – Friedrich Hölderlin, ‘The Spirit of the. Uprising. On the morning of 16 June , betw black students walked from their schools to Orlando Stadium for a rally to protest against having to learn through Afrikaans in school. Many students who later participated in the protest arrived at school that morning without prior knowledge of the protest, yet agreed to become on: Soweto, South Africa.

    The king’s tormenting conscience was the chief reason for his attempted flight (20—J ). Before fleeing he had addressed to the Assembly a declaration of his dissatisfaction with the Civil Constitution of the Clergy, and once more protested against the moral violence which had compelled him to accept such a document. J Late this evening, the Comte d'Artois (Louis XVI's brother) arrives in Coblenz. After having left France in July , he went to Turin, then Mainz, now Coblenz, where many émigrés welcome him. J The king and his family try to flee the country. .

    LOUIS XVI ( – ; ruled – )LOUIS XVI (FRANCE) ( – ; ruled – ), king of -Auguste, duc de Berry was the second surviving son of the heir to the throne (dauphin) Louis-Ferdinand and his second wife, Marie-Th é r è se-Antoinette-Rapha ë lle, daughter of Augustus III, elector of Saxony and king of 's elder brother, the duc de. the story "Uprising" is set in 20th century america during the time of the Industrial revolution and it is the story of three girls caught in the triangle shirtwaist factory fire one of the greatest workplace disasters of all time. The date of the fire is Ma and the story takes place surrounding the time of the fire.


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