French Revolution Beginnings

French Revolution Beginnings

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  • Taxes
  • I am here to collect your taxes
  • Starvation
  • we only have half a loaf of bread.
  • Enlightenment Philosophies
  • The Peasants and the Nobles had to pay their taxes. The peasants had to pay 50% of their taxes while the nobles also payed about 2% of the tax.
  • Estates General Meeting
  • The Peasants didn't had a lot to eat. They would have to work enough in order to get their food but if they couldn't then they will starve.
  • Storming of the Bastille
  • Also known as the Age of Enlightenment, Enlightenment philosophers would share ideas and thoughts about the world and the people. They thought that everyone should have rights.
  • Women's March to Versailles
  • The Estates General meeting was a meeting called by Louis about fixing France's financial problems. Each of the three estates all had one vote.
  • On July 14, 1789, A large crowd of armed people with weapons like swords and muskets. They all attacked the bastille, the building that held the criminals, which led the ending of King Louis XVI's life.
  • The Women's March to Versailles was a march of women rioting against the very high price of bread. About 7,000 Women were marching on the roads with pitchforks and even weapons. They marched from Paris to Versailies
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