26.1 democratic reform and activism (1)

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26.1 democratic reform and activism (1)

  1. 1. 26.1 Democratic Reform and Activism
  2. 2. 1830-Protests around England demanding extension of suffrage Revolution of 1830 in France frightens Parliamentary leaders 1832-Parliament passes Reform Bill extending vote to middle class men. 1838-Chartist Movement sends demands to Parliament in the People’s Charter of 1838 1830 1900 1867-Working class men are extended the vote. 1884-Male rural workers are given the vote. The Right to Vote in Great Britain Women are finally given the right to vote after World War I (1920) in Britain and the U.S.A 1837 Victoria becomes Queen of Great Britain and Ireland
  3. 3. Victoria of the United Kingdom  Reign 20 June 1837 – 22 January 1901 (63 years)  Coronation 28 June 1838  Predecessor William IV  Successor Edward VII  Consort: Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (until his death in December 1861)
  4. 4. Correcting a myth! The tobacco was NOT named after the most well known Prince Albert of Saxe- Coburg and Gotha (pictured left). There were MANY Prince Alberts in European history. The can depicts a man with a full beard. The most famous Albert only wore mutton chops. Note the racism of the advertisement in 1907.
  5. 5. Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom  Reign: 6 February 1952 – present (58 years, 61 days) as of 7 April, 2010  Current age: 83  Coronation: 2 June 1953 (aged 27)  Predecessor: George VI  Heir apparent: Charles, Prince of Wales  Consort: Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
  6. 6. France and Democracy 1875 National Assembly Agrees on government 1894 Captain Alfred Dreyfus accused of espionage 1890s-Zionism emerges as a movement working for Jewish homeland in Palestine. 1870 1900 1898 Author Emile Zola publishes open letter defending Dreyfus

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