"Lec 2 - The Paris Commune and Its Legacy" France Since 1871 (HIST 276) The Paris Commune of 1871 remained a potent force in Europe for several generations afterwards. The reprisals following the fall of the Commune anticipated the great massacres of the twentieth century. While the brief reign of the communards witnessed serious adversity in the form of food shortages and disease, it also presided over many progressive social measures, such as the relative emancipation of women. The brutality of the army's actions against the communards would cast a pallor over leftist politics in Europe for decades to come. 00:00 - Chapter 1. The Paris Commune in Its Historical Context: Napoleon III and the Franco-Prussian War 06:17 - Chapter 2. The Siege of Paris 19:48 - Chapter 3. The Fall of France and the Formation of the Paris Commune 32:17 - Chapter 4. Composition of the Commune: Tensions between Urban and Rural France 38:23 - Chapter 5. The State Strikes Back: The Massacre of the Paris Commune Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Fall 2007.
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Lec 1 - Introduction - France Since 1871
Lec 3 - Centralized State and Republic
Lec 4 - A Nation? Peasants, Language, and French Identity
Lec 6 - The Waning of Religious Authority
Lec 7 - Mass Politics and the Political Challenge from the Left
Lec 8 - Dynamite Club: The Anarchists
Lec 9 - General Boulanger and Captain Dreyfus
Lec 10 - Cafés and the Culture of Drink
Lec 11 - Paris and the Belle Époque
Lec 12 - French Imperialism (Guest Lecture by Charles Keith)
Lec 13 - The Origins of World War I
Lec 16 - The Great War, Grief, and Memory (Guest Lecture by Bruno Cabanes)
Lec 18 - The Dark Years: Vichy France
Lec 20 - Battles For and Against Americanization