The World and Europe II

Main

Unit 3

Treaty of Utrecht

1713 - 1714

Stopped Western violence

Louis XV

1715 - 1774

Louis XIVs 5 year old great grandson

Louis XIV fell ill

1715

August - Outlived both his son and grandson went to his great grandson (Louis XV)

Treaty of Nystad

1721

Eastern

Peter the Great's death

1725

Helped make Russia into a great power and turn it towards the West

Russia's population increased

1725 - 1762

New leadership in Russia and it was having a tough time

Yemelyan Pugachev

1726 - 1775

Cossack

Nobles freed themselves of Obligations and took back power

1762

King was not a good one

Catherine the Great

1762 - 1796

Dynamic ruler in Russia from one of the German states

Peter III

1762

Married to Catherine before she killed him off.

Instruction

1767

Catherine the Great's book relaying on the Enlightenment

Decree on Serfs

1767

Serfs and peasants obeyed their masters and landowner

Catherine provoked a war w/ the Ottomans

1768

Pugachev's Rebellion

1773

A massive insurrection by Russian serfs

French Revolution

Unit 3

The Estates General opens at Versailles

May 5 1789

The Third Estate declares itself the National Assembly

June 17 1789

The National Assembly takes the Tennis Court Oath

June 20 1789

Great Fear spreads in the countryside

July 1789

Late

Fall of the Bastille in the city of Paris

July 14 1789