The French Revolution

By: Mike Duncan
Podcaster, author, and historian

3.01 – The Three Estates

3.02 – The Broken Regime

3.03 – Resistance to Reform

3.04 – Necker and the Necklace

3.05 – The Assembly of Notables

3.06 – The Stately Quadrille

3.07 – The Séance Royale

3.08 – The Day of the Tiles

3.09 – What is the Third Estate

3.10 – The Tennis Court Oath

3.11 – The Fall of the Bastille

3.12 – The Great Fear

3.13 – The Rights of Man

3.13a – The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen (Supplemental)

3.14 – The Women’s March on Versailles

3.15 – Birth of the Jacobins

3.16 – The Society of 1789

3.17 – A Temporary Summit

3.18- The Flight to Varennes

3.19 – Massacre of the Champ de Mars

3.20 – The Constitution of 1791

3.21 – The Legislative Assembly

3.21a – Talleyrand (Supplemental)

3.22 – War

3.23 – The Insurrection of August 10

3.24 – The September Massacres

3.25 – The National Convention

3.26 – The Trial of Louis XVI

3.27 – Advance and Retreat

3.28 – Provincial Revolt

3.29 – The Purge of the Girondins

3.30 – 250th Pocast Episode. Mikes does Q/A’s.

3.31 – The Man of Blood Part Deux

3.32 – The Committee of Public Safety

3.33 – The Geography of Terror

3.34 – Saturn’s Children

3.34b – Phillippe Egalite

3.35 – Law of 14 Frimaire

3.36 – The Liquidation Process

3.37 – The Republic of Virtue

3.38 – Thermidor

3.39 – The Death of the Jacobins

3.40 – The Frozen Rivers

3.41 – Bread and the Constitution of 1793

3.42 – The Whiff of Grapeshot

3.43 – The Conspiracy of Equals

3.44 – The War Feeds Itself

3.45 – The Fall of Mantua

3.46 – The Coup of Fructidor

3.47 – The Directorial Terror

3.48 – The Coup of Floreal

3.49 – The Egyptian Expedition

3.50 – The Second Coalition

3.51 – The Coup of Prarial

3.52 – There is Your Man

3.53 – The Consulate

3.54 – The Empire

3.55 – The Retrospective

Notes:

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