Revolution brought many changes during the eighteen to the nineteenth century for many individuals. During this era, France experienced an event of changes in the social order and economic changes. Britain experienced a better industry and trade. Germany experienced change, such as tools and steam-powered and transport changes. The eighteenth and nineteenth-century were known as the catalyst for modernization (Duiker & Spielvogel). France, Germany, and Britain share comparisons and differences during these revolution changes.
The 1848 revolution in France went from experiencing a terrible economic depression and a bad harvest that sparked revolts in other countries to improved changes. Other hardships individuals experienced was increase price of bread, diseased livestock, and drought to their land. Before the revolution changes, individuals, such as workers, peasants, and the lower class experienced barriers from voting limitations. It was evident that financially, France was critically pressed. King Louis-Philippe’s monarchy was overthrown when it refused to improve and make changes to improve its system. Many groups came together and to make this happen.
The primary source “Response to Revolution: Two Perspectives” conveys Charles Schurz’s beliefs in the “German Unity” and what it had to offer (Duiker & Spielvogel). Charles explains how fast the news of King Louis-Philippe being overthrown. After his friend heard of the news, everyone hurried outside. They could not contain their excitement of hearing such great news. The ideas of the republic were hope for those individuals wanting change. “Opportunity had arrived for giving to the German people the liberty which was their birthright”.
Modern European feminism, The Women’s Rights movements were initiated during the French Revolution. In the eighteen hundred, such as 1830, women from Europe and America advocated and declared for women’s rights. Such as, to be able to get a divorce and own land or property as they pleased (Duiker & Spielvogel). Despite the efforts, they were not successful. Although upper-middle-class women gained the ability to receive higher education. Females did believe in the right to be independent to make free choices.
The primary source “Advice to Women: Two Views” Henrik Ibsen “A Doll’s House” Nora conveys her beliefs to her husband and how she does not agree with the traditions of women. Women were under the commands of male figures, such as brothers, fathers, and husbands. She expresses to her husband and states that she felt like she was a “beggar” and that she lived to perform trick commanded by him or other male figures. (Duiker & Spielvogel). Nora stood up for herself and stood up for other women. She opposes her spouse’s views and proclaims her independence.
Europe experienced an Industrial Revolution transformation that included many other areas. For example, after 1870 areas, such as the Western world underwent prosperity. Europe’s land, such as cities and towns evolved. Growth in population was possible because the environment improved. For example, individuals were staying healthy, not getting sick and not dying due to war. Together as a large population, issues and concerns were addressed as a city whole.
The primary source; The Classless Society, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels “The Communist Manifesto” conveys how to grow a society with class. The source conveys how to end hardships between the working class and the industrial middle class. The author of this source believed that creating one class of individuals would stop the issues that were at hand between individuals. The author believed that the focus should be on one nation and not on class distinctions (Duiker & Spielvogel).
In 1849 German, Italy, Austria, Hungary revolution efforts and unity had declined. As we know it now, revolution moved social order and economic, political changes in many areas, such as western Europe. It was great to France’s transformation from political decline to what it transformed to.