The reconstruction of France
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In the summer of 1791, the alarmed nobles and prelates fled France, including Louis XVI, who was caught. He was held hostage to the revolution.
I shall bot be caught. I am king! I must get away.
On September 30th 1791, the Constitution of 1791 created a constitutional monarchy, and allowed more people to vote. This only lasted for a year, before the newly called Kingdom of France was brought down by the NCA (National Constituent Assembly), abolishing monarchy after 203 years.
Now more people can vote; once we establish this monarchy! Hopefully it lasts for a lifetime.
Marie Antoinette allowed for better women's education, and gave them equal rights in marriage, post-constitution, in late 1791, in the Declaration of Women's Rights. Louis XVI was forced to adopt the new constitution.
This must happen!!!!
With the constitution of 1791, many new laws and ideas were supported and changed, such as the creation of departments, and the protection of property and legal equality.
The NCA declared France a republic on September 22nd 1792, after having had Partisans breaking into local prisons, and murdering inmates. This is known today as the September Massacres.
And this is where our ancestors murdered any inmate that was in here.
* The reconstruction of France was responsible for setting up the final stages of the French revolution. If it weren't for the events that transpired during this time, the constitution of 1791 wouldn't have granted France its constitutional monarchy, thus not allowing for better women's education, protection of property, and legal equality.
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