french revolution

french revolution
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  • The Commoner took a stand for a new constitution in Versailles Paris. The tennis court is where they protested and wouldnt leave.
  • A new constitution for france!
  • I shall protest for eternity 
  • I shall not leave thy court
  • on one faithful day troops stormed the fortress of Bastille which was lightly and guarded and arrested the governor.
  • We must protect the governor
  • Oh no They took the Govenor
  • They have laid seige!
  • 7000 raging Women from Paris to Versailles chanting Bread! Bread! Bread! in protest for the starving people of France. 
  • Bread! Bread! Bread!
  •  The Declaration of the rights of the man and of the citizen is  one of the most important papers of the French Revolution. This paper explains a list of rights, such as freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and separation of powers.
  • Freedom of speech I demand!!
  • In 1792 Marie Antoinette and King Louis were kept imprisoned until it was time for them to go to the temple to go on trial. All of the people voted for king Louis to go on his death bed.That lead to him being voted to execution by the Jacobin. 
  • I am innocent!!
  • You have got it all wrong.
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