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1 Various factions within the French Revolution labelled their opponents as anarchists, although few such accused shared many views with later anarchists.
2 During the French Revolution, partisan groups such as the Enragés and the sans-culottes saw a turning point in the fermentation of anti-state and federalist sentiments.
3 Anarcho-communism developed from radical socialist currents after the French Revolution, but it was first formulated as such in the Italian section of the First International.
4 After the French Revolution in 1809, Napoleon I reestablished the Co-Principate and removed the French medieval title.
5 This Greek abacus saw use in Achaemenid Persia, the Etruscan civilization, Ancient Rome and, until the French Revolution, the Western Christian world.
6 both supported the French Revolution, and were republicans, cosmopolitans and Anglophiles.
7 The building now occupied by the Prado in Madrid was built before the French Revolution for the public display of parts of the royal art collection, and similar royal galleries open to the public existed in Vienna, Munich and other capitals.
8 The opening of the Musée du Louvre during the French Revolution (in 1793) as a public museum for much of the former French royal collection certainly marked an important stage in the development of public access to art, transferring ownership to a republican state, but was a continuation of trends already well established.
9 His father's bookstore specialized in books and papers on the French Revolution and was frequented by many writers and scholars.
10 Les dieux ont soif (The Gods Are Athirst, 1912) is a novel, set in Paris during the French Revolution, about a true-believing follower of Maximilien Robespierre and his contribution to the bloody events of the Reign of Terror of 1793–94. It is a wake-up call against political and ideological fanaticism and explores various other philosophical approaches to the events of the time.
11 The counter-revolutionary Catholic royalist Louis de Bonald stands out among the earliest figures to explicitly call for the reversal of Jewish emancipation in the wake of the French Revolution.
12 During the French Revolution, statues of pagan gods were torn down all throughout France, but statues of Athena were not.
13 In the Dechristianization of France during the French Revolution in 1790 AD, the Abbey church was bought by the town and almost entirely destroyed.
14 The school deals primarily with late medieval and early modern Europe (before the French Revolution), with little interest in later topics.
15 The French Revolution (1789–99) that began during his youth was also influential: Ampère's father was called into public service by the new revolutionary government, becoming a justice of the peace in a small town near Lyon.
16 During his speech, Solzhenitsyn compared Lenin's Bolsheviks with the Jacobin Party during the French Revolution.
17 They were in use until the French revolution of 1789 and only 14 of these instruments survived.
18 Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier (UK: /læˈvwʌzieɪ/ lav-WUZ-ee-ay, US: /ləˈvwɑːzieɪ/ lə-VWAH-zee-ay, French: [ɑ̃twan lɔʁɑ̃ də lavwazje]; 26 August 1743 – 8 May 1794), also Antoine Lavoisier after the French Revolution, was a French nobleman and chemist who was central to the 18th-century chemical revolution and who had a large influence on both the history of chemistry and the history of biology.
19 At the height of the French Revolution, he was charged with tax fraud and selling adulterated tobacco, and was guillotined.
20 His participation in the collection of its taxes did not help his reputation when the Reign of Terror began in France, as taxes and poor government reform were the primary motivators during the French Revolution.
21 This unpopularity was to have consequences for him during the French Revolution.
22 As the French Revolution gained momentum, attacks mounted on the deeply unpopular Ferme générale, and it was eventually abolished in March 1791.
23 Cauchy's father (Louis François Cauchy) was a high official in the Parisian Police of the Ancien Régime, but lost this position due to the French Revolution (July 14, 1789), which broke out one month before Augustin-Louis was born.
24 These activities did not make Cauchy popular with his colleagues who, on the whole, supported the Enlightenment ideals of the French Revolution.
25 Some historians suggest that loss of the American colonies enabled Britain to deal with the French Revolution with more unity and better organization than would otherwise have been the case.
26 On April 3, 1783, Ambassador Extraordinary Gustaf Philip Creutz, representing King Gustav III of Sweden, and Benjamin Franklin, signed a Treaty of Amity and Commerce with the U.S. The American Revolution was the first wave of the Atlantic Revolutions: the French Revolution, the Haitian Revolution, and the Latin American wars of independence.
27 The Revolution, along with the Dutch Revolt (end of the 16th century) and the 17th century English Civil War, was among the examples of overthrowing an old regime for many Europeans who later were active during the era of the French Revolution, such as the Marquis de Lafayette.
28 The Hamas, an offshoot of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, has a foundational statement of principles, or "covenant" that claims that the French revolution, the Russian revolution, colonialism and both world wars were created by the Zionists.
29 Claims that Jews and Freemasons were behind the French Revolution originated in Germany in the mid-19th century.
30 Also as Salieri aged he moved slowly away from his more liberal political stances as he saw the enlightened reform of Joseph II's reign, and the hoped-for reforms of the French revolution, replaced with more radical revolutionary ideas.