Q- when had france become a republic? Answer- The newly elected assembly was called the convention. On 21 September, 1792, It abolished the monarchy and declared france a republic. A republic is a form of government where the people elect the government including the head of government there is no hereditary monarch.
Q- how did the French people ultimately get the right to vote to all citizens? Answer- In the summer of 1972 the Jacobins planed an insurrection of a large number of Parisians who were angered by the short supply and high price of food on the morning of August 10, they stormed the palace of … Read more
Q- what were the main cause of French revolution? Answer- Causes of French revolution are as follows: 1. Despoitic rule of Louis 16: He become the ruler of france in 1774. He had drained the financial resources of france in wars. For the cost of his regular extravagant expenses, he increased taxes which were paid … Read more
Q- Differentiate between active and passive citizens. Answer- Active citizens:- Only man above 20 years of age who paid taxes to atleast 3 days of a labourer’s wage were given the status of active citizens. Only the had to right to vote. Passive citizens:- The remaining men including all women of france who were not … Read more