The French Revolution

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  • The Meeting of the Estates General
  • The Tennis Court Oath
  • Storming the Bastille
  • The meeting of the Estate- General was to be a meeting was to solve the financial crisis in vote by order, but after the Third Estate's delegates and the few members of the First and second estate were locked out of the meeting hall, they went to a nearby tennis court and founded the Tennis Court Oath.
  • The March on Versailles
  • The Tennis Court Oath was an oath made by the Third Estates delegates with the few members of the First and Second Estate delegates who agreed and called themselves the National Assembly. Their pledge was that the delegates would not stop these meetings until they created the Constitution of 1791.
  • The Reign of Terror
  • In July14,1789 The Storming of the Bastille began by a rumor that the king planned to dismissed the National Assembly, so the people of Paris decided to head to the Bastille a prison which was told to have weapons and gunpowder. This event led to the revolution.
  • The Rise of Napoleon
  • The March on Versailles is the march that thousands of women marched to Versailles demanding bread and to bring the King and Queen to leave their palace to return back to the capital. The king and queen kept their promise and returned to the capital.
  • The Reign of Terror was the second stage of the revolution which created the guillotine, which was called the engine of terror. During the reign of terror thousands of people died because they were suspected of treason against the republic. The Reign of Terror end after the leader of public safety, Robespierre was executed.
  • The Rise of Napoleon. Napoleon was considered a military hero, who had military success or won a series of battles against the Austrians, then would become the emperor of France. Then later reform of the revolution.
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