The meaning and Effects of Revolution by Mohammed Ibrahim Abdul

By Mohammed Ibrahim Abdul


The word revolution comes from latin and it is related to the word ”revolutio ” which means ”a turn around”
A revolution is a successful attempt by a large group of people to change the political system of an independent country by force.
In a country that practises democracy, a person can change the system of a country only by following the due process.

Frequently, revolution is an illegal act in every country that champions the rule of law, and any attempt made by any person with the intention to change the system of a country by force then it may be considered a criminal offence.

The effects of revolution is bloodshed, loss of property, chaos..

The Soviet Union came into being by a revolution that killed millions and later fell apart in a counterrevolution without much fighting, but in the French revolution (1789) there was so much bloodshed, the years right after the revolution in France are often called the ”reign of terror”.

According to Britannica, Reign of Terror, also called The Terror, French La Terreur, the period of the French Revolution from September 5, 1793, to July 27, 1794 (9 Thermidor, year II). With civil war spreading from the Vendée and hostile armies surrounding Franceo n all sides, the Revolutionary government decided to make “Terror” the order of the day (September 5 decree) and to take harsh measures against those suspected of being enemies of the Revolution (nobles, priests, hoarders).

In Parisa wave of executions followed. In the provinces, representatives on mission and surveillance committees instituted local terrors. The Terror had an economic side embodied in the Maximum, a price-control measure demanded by the lower classes of Paris.

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