The Top Ten Events of The French Revolution

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  • The Spark of the Revolution

    The Spark of the Revolution
    Storming of the Bastille prison, a symbol of repression launches the Revolution. A battle that is a spark that takes 20 years to put out.
  • Freedom

    Freedom
    The abolition of feudalism and the right of everyone to be a free citizen is declared. That set up the French government.
  • The New Government

    The New Government
    Formal declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen, which incorporated the ideals of equality and dignity, later incorporated into the 1791 Constitution. Finally fishing a road to freedom and equality.
  • The Captives

    The Captives
    The royal family try to escape but are spotted in Varenne and return as captives. And caused even more problems and started some anarchy.
  • The Mobs

    The Mobs
    A mob storms the Tuileries and the royals are imprisoned in the Temple. Another spark is added to a fuse to a bomb that is France that is about to be set off.
  • Chaos

    Chaos
    “The Terror” reigns, under the radical Commune led by Robespierre, Danton and Marat. Thousands are executed by guillotine. finnaly setting off the devastating bomb causing all of the chaos.
  • The Final Abolish

    The Final Abolish
    The monarchy is formally abolished and the First Republic is proclaimed. Finally lighting a fuse of a bomb to go off and set off chaos.
  • The Exicution

    The Exicution
    Louis XVI is found guilty of treason and executed. His queen Marie-Antoinette follows him to the guillotine on 16 October. While the destruction continued, they were exicuted.
  • The Last Execution

    The Last Execution
    Robespierre is guillotined, ending the Terror, and the Revolution draws to a close. Finaly putting out a 20 year spark that nearly caused an entire country to be destroyed and wiped out.
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    The Dates of the French Revolution

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    The Mobs

    Citizens march on Versailles and the royal family returns to Paris as prisoners in the Tuileries Palace (see Jardin des Tuileries). Adding another spark to the flame to burn the fuse of France.
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    Chaos by Guillotine

    “The Terror” reigns, under the radical Commune led by Robespierre, Danton and Marat. Thousands are executed by guillotine. Finnaly setting of the bomb of France.