europe at war with revolution

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  • revolution is a very wise and rational way to fix government
  • Europe had mixed opinions about the revolutionary events in France. those who favored reform thought revolution was a wise way to fix government. some thought revolution would mean that France would no longer be important.
  • revolution will no longer be important to anyone.
  • Edmund Burke argued that the reconstruction of french government was irrational and it ignored realities. as revolution was attacking all of Europe, Burkes ideas were finally acknowledged and many people believed him
  • 1790
  • their ideals of man and citizen were exportable and could be applied to most of Europe.
  • PARLIAMENT
  • In 1793 William Pitt, the prime minister who unsuccessfully supported modern reform in parliment, tried to gain approval by parliment to suspend Habeas Corpus. making it possible to commit treason in writing.
  • I am William Pitt and Parliament, I need your help.
  • Frederick the Great
  • In Eastern Europe the revolution brought an end to enlightened absolutism, and enlightened absolutists were discouraged because of it.
  • Joseph II
  • Catherine the Great
  • Leo II
  • Revolution will disrupt and disorder our fine government that we already have(says all eastern European governments).
  • Government
  • "The convention has declared that it will aid all peoples who wished to cast off the burdens of
  • In 1792 the British were on the point of declaring war on France over its issues with the convention. by April of 1793 the nations were at war- Austria,Prussia, Great Britian, Spain, and Holland
  • aristocratic and monarchical oppression in 1792".
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