CÔNG LUẬN NƯỚC PHÁP VÀ HÀ LAN VỚI CÁCH MẠNG MỸ (1775-1783)

Keywords

public opinion, France, The Netherland, American revolution, war công luận, nước Pháp, Hà Lan, cách mạng Mỹ, chiến tranh

Abstract

American revolution was contemporary international event that paid attention to both statesman and public opinion in European countries. Public opinion in two countries, France and The Netherland, specially interested toward that struggle which was implemented by American in Western hesmisphere. Struggle ‘s ideology was progressvie therefore it attracted to every people in two countries. They expressed their view, opinion and trend on the revolutionary cause of white people. As a result, this was one of the bases that led French and Dutch statemen to take steps to support the American revolution. Based on historical, logical methods, the article clarifies point of view of each social class on American revolution in these two countries.

https://doi.org/10.26459/hueunijssh.v131i6D.6813

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