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RUSSIAN REVOLUTION 1914

Russian Revolution -Social Economic and Political Justice

Russia revolution 1917 INTRODUCTION • By the 19th C, most of the countries had become republics or constitutional monarchies. But Russia was still under an autocratic rule. • Romanov dynasty ruled in Russia. Nicholas II was the last Tsar in Russia. He believed in absolute monarchy. • The Russian empire was very wide which will …

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FRENH REVOLUTION

French Revolution -Liberty Equality and Fraternity

The French Revolution 1789 BACKGROUND – Renaissance had introduced enlightenment ideas like natural rights of a man and rational thought was promoted and hence authorities could now be questioned. – USA : a nation with democratic political system had emerged. • France was an absolute monarchy. • The divine rights of the king were recognized. …

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right to equality

Fundamental Rights-Rights of Equality [part 1]

PART 3 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA framers of Indian constitution derive inspiration of fundamental rights from U.S.A constitution .they are enforceable and Justiciable. they gave persons equality, dignity of individual ,public interest and unity of the nation. they promote the idea of POLITICAL DEMOCRACY  i. e. establishment of a Government of laws and not …

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AMERICAN REVOLUTION BY 13 COLONIES

AMERICAN REVOLUTION [1775-1783] There were 13 colonies of America that were subjugated by Great Britain during the early eighteenth century. • These were : New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhodes Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. • The glorious struggle launched by American colonies to regain their …

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