The similarities between the English and French revolutions.

The English and French revolutions are similar in their demands and consequences. The difference is that they happened at different times. In England, the revolution took place in 1640-1642, and in France in 1789-1794. As a result of open expression of dissatisfaction in countries, the state structure and many features have changed. In them, the monarchy was limited to parliament and the constitution. In these countries, bourgeois property and capitalist relations took shape. They began to expand their colonial possessions.

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