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08 May The French Revolution: Crash Course World History #29



In which John Green examines the French Revolution, and gets into how and why it differed from the American Revolution. Was it the serial authoritarian regimes? The guillotine? The Reign of Terror? All of this and more contributed to the French Revolution not being quite as revolutionary as it could have been. France endured multiple constitutions, the heads of heads of state literally rolled, and then they ended up with a megalomaniacal little emperor by the name of Napoleon. But how did all of this change the world, and how did it lead to other, more successful revolutions around the world? Watch this video and find out. Spoiler alert: Marie Antoinette never said, “Let them eat cake.” Sorry.

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44 Comments
  • Sicily Marie
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Who else is watching this trying to study for the AP European history exam?!

  • Jude Jackman
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Napolean did not vote for Pedro because he was his campaign manager and that would be susceptible to political fraud

  • Andrew
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    AP Euro tomorrow hehe

  • John Kim
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Who’s here in 2019 not for an exam, but a project

  • Demian
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    ZZZZZZ….. This video is dodo

  • Zoe Bueche
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Napoleon is the hero am pretty sure 😊

  • Sweet
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    9:53 😉

  • Becky Boncheveaux
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    diderot was hella right

  • ANKITA SHARMA
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Sorry crash course but my 13 yr old sister explained it better😃

  • Ксаверий Velakowitz
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Read chapter 7 of Ben Shapiro's new book. Makes everything seem so clear now. This channel is clearly pushing it's agenda.

    Don't be a soyboy. Pick up a book.

  • Anthony Remick
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Where my 2019 WHAP bois at

  • RITIKA CHOUDHARY
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    thank u……..that was really interesting.

  • Kaliqa Official
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    I saw that Alot! Shoutout allie brosh

  • antoine naudin
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    If I may, it’s not: ancienne régime but ancien régime.
    Because régime has “female genre”

  • Jillian Holbrook
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Correction: The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen did not offer rights to women or slaves. So. . . Olympe de Gouges wrote The Declaration of the Rights of Women and the Female Citizen in 1791 and then she got guillotined for treason since she wanted women's equality and challenged existing political ideas.

  • AsheyGirl
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Who’s watching prepping for the AP Euro Test?! 🙋‍♀️

  • Wing Yu Ma
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    You explain this topic fluently

  • Enbaselvan Elango
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    your speaking not understanding.
    so clearly speak and explain in French revolution.

  • Fiona Maack
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    it's currently. 12:27 am. and i have a test. covering every period thus far discussed in ap world history. john green, you are truly my only hope; if you can't help me, i don't think anyone can at this point.

  • Nikolas Ramírez Rodríguez
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    1/05/2019?

  • RONZY POTTER
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    😎

  • Darrian Weathington
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Speak the lords lords English.

  • DANTE REDLIGHTNING
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    who all saw the creeper

  • Sophia Dryden
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    "which they did, because everyone is afraid of armed peasant women" 😂😂😂

  • James King
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Those aren't stripes. They're hoops.

  • Susanta Borpujari
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Unfortunately there was no Captain France 😁😁😁

  • pouchin 08
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Why Carcassonne here ? 3:09

  • Mavis Twice
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    The, uhh..'hailstorms that made people hungry'…? Remember that back then the oceans were so full of fish, there were times that boats actually stopped, because of the sheer quantity of (delicious) ocean life.
    Mr. "quick study' here has fallen into a hole. Sorry… F for effort.

  • Jorn de Kleine
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Had the refresh 15 times (no joke) to get rid of adds. Nice vid anyway 🙂

  • JadePrime
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Anyone else spot the Creeper?

  • Admiral Ackbar
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    You’re videos are beautiful

  • kamei lanailung
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    There is mistake. Yes the first estate is the clergy not nobility……..

  • Alex Bone
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Played assassin‘s creed unity after the burning of Notre Dame. Uncanny how this shows up.

  • Cole Mair
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    France had slavery longer than the Americas up into the 1900s

  • Pop Corn
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    why is he always laughing tho

  • African Socialism
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    The Noble that carried and emptied Louis XVIII feaces , bought the Job. Ofcourse he boasted about it, as most Nobles spent years waiting for a glance from the king..of which many never got. Those that waited for the glance, had to piss on themselves, as they couldn't afford to lose their space in the que. Its also true, Louis XVIII suffered from a nasty gum disease, that caused a bad stench from his mouth.. this led to him losing most of his teeth-at the time dentistry was very primitive. For many years, Louis XVIII din't have a bath, as it was believed it would wash away his godly powers, but was wiped with a wet cloth.

  • Chinmay Bhide
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Why are you running man slow down

  • steph soppanish
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    The people with all the money didn’t pay taxes hmmmm why does that sound familiar hmmmmmmmmmmm

  • Sahojar Khan
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    I would argue that the French revolution change a monarch to a constitutional monarch because Louis xviii accept the constitution of 1792

  • Comrade Of The Poor
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Paris commune ?

  • Adityanshu Singh
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    did women have a revolution????

  • fayaz ahmed
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Sir plz speak slow
    You are so quick in speaking

  • Bul Mnstr
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    Man in your jext video u should talk a bit faster i think?

  • Bul Mnstr
    Posted at 00:42h, 08 May

    U helpef france in ww1 and 2? Bs Us was useless mostly

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