This summary this basing on the book of Eric Hobsbawn, ' ' The Age of the Revolutions? Europe 1789? 1848' ' , where I capitulate it will be enclosed it third: ' ' The Francesa' Revolution; ' , I capitulate this that is contained in the first part of this book, whose first English edition of 1962, studied the transformations of the world enters 1789 the 1848, searching to understand the reach what Hobsbawn called ' ' Revoluo' pair; ' , the 1789 British industrial revolution and Frenchman. Hobsbawn in this book answers the questions such as of where appeared the idea of State-nation? The Modern Democracy had beginning as? the weight of the motto that if became a notion: Freedom, Equality, Fraternity. It also analyzes as if it formed the native land direction, that if already existed, takes to break daqui new a sensible one. The two analyzed Revolutions, the Industrial Revolution and the French Revolution, far from having been antagonistic, had been complementary. Clearly that in moment is determined the interests of the Frenchmen and English if they had conflicted resulting in war. However in a congress in the city of Vienna, an agreement between them was consolidated, what it opened way for a new world. In this summary we will go specifically to analyze referring the boarded aspects for Hobsbawn to the French Revolution with its terrestrial power, with its iderios of revolution that had been exported to the remaining portion of the world. For Hobsbawn the transformations in France if give from a level politician, causing the changes that had deeply affected the way of if governing in that country and the remaining portion of the world occidental person. The crisis that proliferated between the Frenchmen provoked the reaction of the call third State, that was composed for the low classrooms, the bourgeois ones, the workers and the peasants.