French and Haitian Revolution Storyboard

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By Aaesha K. 5th Hour

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  • French: Motive
  • I'm not ready to rule over a kingdom.
  • French: Method
  • ... and taxes should be levied!
  • French: Change
  • What have we gotten ourselves into?!
  • NOW!!
  • The motives for the French Revolution included financial issues, unequal representation in government/ social inequality, and indifferent leaders- King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. The above picture shows how the king was indifferent, playing with toy boats at the age of fourteen rather than looking over the kingdom.
  • Haiti: Motive
  • The methods for the French Revolution included the Tennis Court Oath, storming the Bastille, and the Declaration of the Rights of Man. The above picture illustrates the creation of the Declaration of the Rights of Man.
  • Haiti: Method
  • The changes that occurred as a result of the French Revolution are the abolishing of the monarchy, execution of the king and queen, formation of a committee of public safety, and the reign of terror. In the above picture, the king and queen are being executed.
  • Haiti: Change
  • We now have our basic human rights!
  • They celebrate.
  • The motive for the Haitian Revolution included the poor treatment of slaves by the French. The above picture shows the work of slaves on a sugar plantation.
  • The methods for the Haitian Revolution included petitioning, and violence. In the picture above, the towns were burned, finally driving away the French from Haiti.
  • The change that occurred as a result of the Haitian Revolution was the winning of human rights. The picture above demonstrates the change that the Haitian Revolution brought- basic rights for the slaves.
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