Why did the French Revolution take place
The1848 Revolutionin the, also known as theFebruary Revolution(rvolution de fvrier), was the series ofevents that ended the(18301848) and led to the creation of the. It sparked ain.
Following the overthrow of Kingin February 1848, the Second Republic was ruled by a provisional government. In the months that followed, this government steered a course that became more conservative, which led to the start on June 1848of the, a bloody but unsuccessful rebellion by the Paris workers. In November 1848 a newwas implemented, and the next month(Napolon III) wasof the Second Republic.
The February revolution established the principle of the(droit au travail), and its newly established government created(ateliers nationaux) for the unemployed. At the same time a type of industrial parliament was established at the, under the presidency of, with the object of preparing a scheme for the further organization of labor. Ultimately, tensions betweenandRepublicans and Socialists led to the June Days Uprising.