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The French Revolution

  • Meeting of the Estates General

    Meeting of the Estates General
    It was general assembly that was held by King Louis XVI. It was hels to discuss the issues that were occuring within the government system.
  • The Tennis Court Oath

    The Tennis Court Oath
    The Tennis Court Oath was a result of the wrongdoing of Third Estate in France because of King Louis XVI wanted to hold on to the countries history of absolute government.
  • Storming of the Bastille

    Storming of the Bastille
    An immense, bloodthirsty mob marched to Bastille searching for gunpowder and prisoners that had been taken by Louis XVI.
  • The Declaration of Rights of Man

    The Declaration of Rights of Man
    Is a document written during the Fench Revolution that states the individual and collective rights of the estates. It does not address the status of women nor slaves.
  • March on Versailles

    March on Versailles
    A crowd of women,soaking wet from rain, protested against the prices of bread. The ing met with some of the women and promised do distribute bread to all of the crowd.
  • France vs. Austria

    France vs. Austria
    France officially declares war on Austria on 04/21/1792. France didn't know that Prussia was allied with Austria so they were essentially fighting against both countries.
  • Storming of the Tuileries Palace

    Storming of the Tuileries Palace
    At about 10:00 AM a mob of about 30000 french citizens advance towards the palace to capture the royal family. But the king had been warned by some of his loyal people.
  • King Louis XVI Flees

    King Louis XVI Flees
    King Louis XVI moves himself and his family away to escape the Paris mob. He moved to the legislative assembly building but were later found and arrested.
  • King Louis XVI Execution

    King Louis XVI Execution
    During the French Revolution, he was tried by the National Convention, found guilty of high treason, and executed by guillotine as a desacralized French citizen
  • Excution of Robespierre

    Excution of Robespierre
    Robespierre was a tyrant who was excuted on the 28th of july 1794. He was excuted for being such a tyrant and he had lost all his followers so he had no one to support him.