Chapter 10, Lesson 2: Nationalism and Political Revolutions Storyboard

Chapter 10, Lesson 2: Nationalism and Political Revolutions Storyboard

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About French revolutions of the 1830s and 1848. For history class,

Storyboard Text

  • The Revolutions of the 1830's and 1848
  • No one from the middle class is allowed to vote! All things published must be approved by me!!
  • I have overthrown the king!
  • WE WANT VOTING RIGHTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • This cell depicts when King Charles X of France took away the voting rights from the middle class and censored the press. This made the people unhappy.
  • I declare that all males of the middle class should be able to vote!
  • This cell depicts liberals overthrowing the king of France. He established a constitutional monarchy.
  • En Garde!
  • In 1848, Louis-Philippe (new king) refused to change voting rights. This and the impact of economic hardships caused the citizens to revolt again.
  • I, Louis-Napoleon, am the president of France!
  • The rebels overthrew the government and made a republic. They decided to make a constitution that included universal male suffrage.
  • They set up workshops for the unemployed. Sadly, these workshops had to be closed down and the workers rebelled and caused four days of battles.
  • On November 4, 1848, the French Constitution was ratified. It included a single legislature, universal male suffrage, and a president who served for four years. The government became a republic that was run by Louis-Napoleon (nephew of Napoleon).
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