He sent Raoul to go to one of his pointless wars in which Raoul died shortly after.
In the build-up to the violent outbreak of the French Revolution, a meeting of the three-part Estates-General was in fact called by Louis XVI (rather than Louis XIV) in order to gain support for needed economic reforms. Meeting in May of 1789, the Estates-General soon took the initiative for reforms far beyond those envisioned by the French king.
They were upset that they did not gain independence
To gain more territory for the United States
What did Europeans hope to gain from exploring the New World
During that time french help 13 american colinies to gain freedom against the common enemy britian which led to expenditure of 1-2 billion livre(french currency) regular wars was also there so because of wars and to maintain army there was bankrupt.
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That's an excellent question. Let's look at what we know. The Phantom grew up in the catacombs of the Opera House, never really learned how to act appropriately in public. Therefore, his mind may very well still work like a child's. He knows nothing of the world outside his Opera House, and feels Christine will be the only girl he could ever love. He probably has never even heard the phrase "there are plenty of fish in the sea." Secondly, he's been lonely his whole life, and he's never really had anyone understand him. He probably felt a strong connection with Christine, and got upset when he felt Raoul was possing a threat. As for the murders, he was using fear as a way to gain respect. All in all, he wasn't bad, he was just misguided. But he made things right with Raoul and Christine in the end, and let her go, only to disappear into oblivion.
Louis XIV went to war to gain territory, expand his empire and win glory. Louis XIV believed that the only way to obtain glory was through conquest.
No, it remained the same.
Christine Elsen has: Played La servante in "Les choses voient" in 1963. Performed in "Premier avril" in 1964. Performed in "Le gain de temps" in 1964. Played Mme Sicard in "Les habits noirs" in 1967. Performed in "Les compagnons de la marguerite" in 1967.
The cast of Le gain de temps - 1964 includes: Ermanno Casanova Christian Duvaleix Christine Elsen Michel Karlof Henri Lambert Paul Le Person Jacques Mussier Bernard Musson Anne Rebot Pierre Roussel Pierre Vernier
Erik, known as the Phantom of the Opera, fell in love with the young soprano Christine Daae, upon hearing her voice. He became her tutor and mentor to gain her trust, so that he could make his way into her life and convince her to marry him.
Louis XIV of France had a lot of ballets at versaille and would dance sometimes, so everyone at least pretended to like it and then it started to gain popularity.
It was an effort to reconcile King Louis XVIII in exile with the people in revolution in France. He also tried to gain support from Napoleon for his return to the throne of France without success.
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