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I can answer general questions about French History of the 17th and 18th centuries. About the people and the events. I like to share my knowledge. Note that it is FRENCH HISTORY FROM THE MODERN ERA (1400-1800). I AM NOT HERE TO DO YOUR HOMEWORK FOR YOU, I did mine and I have my degree, I don't need to do yours. So don't bother sending me your homework questions and such. If you are working on something and have a point you need to clarify, that works.

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I am a historian. Master degree in history.


Master in history.

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2013-05-17 everyday life:

Hello!    There is a book called "Le tableau de Paris" written by Sébstien Lemercier in 1781-1788 that could help you.  It talks about everyday life in Paris, how it worked, how the society is organized

2012-03-28 Marie Antoinette and the French Revolution:

Hello!    Some of these questions would need a very in depth answer.  So I will give you hints of what to look into.  :)    1.  Before the Revolution, her role in the governement is non-existent.  She

2011-02-25 Nobility:

Hello!    The nobility was not eradicted.  They were still present (and there is still some even today).  For a while, everyone was called "Citoyen LastName".  But it didn't last.  With Napoleon, a new

2010-12-26 Europe:

Hello,    This look like an homework question, which I usually don't do. Plus, it's not really my specialty either.  But let me give you a hint, and than you can look at it further on your own.    Look

2010-10-13 storming of the Bastille:

Hello again Ramil!    In fact, it is pretty simple.  In the days prior to the events of the Bastille, the King had asked for some regiment to come and camp outside Paris.  With everything that was going


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