French and Haitian Revolution

French and Haitian Revolution
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  • French Revolution: Motive
  • Why? After years of fatigued farming, we can't even feed ourselves!
  • The Third Estate became inspired by the ideas of equality and freedom.
  • Not if the second and first estate keep collecting taxes...
  • French Revolution: Method
  • We are the National Assembly, and desire equality of men!
  • The Third Estate formed the National Assembly and pledged the Tenis Court Oath. They also stormed the Bastille with violence.
  • The revolution led to numerous changes in government system, including a republic and an oligarchy. The Kings and Queens are executed. Finally, Napoleon took over and France was a dictatorship.
  • French Revolution: Change
  • Haitian Revolution: Motive
  • Haitian society has an immense class diversity based on race. Freedom and equality ideas from French Revolutions led to the revolt of slaves. 
  • Escalate your working speed! Sugar can't grow itself!
  • Haitian Revolution: Method
  • The slaves organized due to their common Voodoo religion. They killed their owners and burned the sugarcane plantations.
  • Please, no!
  • Haitian Revolution: Change
  • Although Toussaint L'Ouverture died, the slaves successfully drove out the French by setting fire all over the land. San Domingue became the first Black Republic, and slavery is abolished in this island.
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