French Revolution- Suleyma Moreno

French Revolution- Suleyma Moreno
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  •     TAXES 
  • I Don't pay TAXES!!!
  • I pay 10% of taxes . I'm so poor !!
  • 90% of taxes oh no!!!
  • STARVATION 
  • Everyone is my  son. 
  • I'm hungry 
  • ENLIGHTENMENT PHILOSOPHIES
  • All men are created equal and have Natural rights  to Life, Liberty, and Property.  
  • I mean I guess that's reasonable.
  •  Taxation in the French Revolution was unfair  because the majority of the nations taxes was all on the Third Estate. While the First and Second estate paid little or nothing 
  • TENNIS COURT OATH 
  • 1st Estate
  • 2nd estate
  • 3rd estate
  • Bad weather created bad harvest. No harvest meant no flour. No flour meant no bread. Children and their families  had no food to survive as well as money to buy the things they needed due to the taxes they had to pay ,during the French Revolution .
  • STORMING OF THE BASTILE
  • The declaration of the Rights of Men was a document of the French Revolution . It was the history of human philosophers and was heavily influenced by the American revolution.  This was presented for the National Assembly. 
  • WOMEN'S MARCH 
  • BREAD !!! BREAD !!
  • WE WANT BREAD !!!!
  • The Tennis Court Oath was an oath never to separate until a new constitution had been made for France . The Third estate wanted to outvote the first and second estate . This Oath was led by Maximilian Robespierre, he was a voice to all of the Third Estate. 
  • The Third Estate wanted to destroy the Bastille as they saw it as a symbol of the king and his government . They did everything they could to tore down Bastille brick by brick and wanted revenge.  They seized Bastille's gunpowder and freed seven prisoners. 
  • Give us weapons!!  Give us gunpowder!! We will defend ourselves!!
  • An angry crowd of  7,000 women armed with pitchforks, and muskets. They demanded bread for their families because they were starving .  The King had no choice and  agreed  to give all the bread in Versailles to the crowd. The next day  the king and Queen became prisoners and later on in the French Revolution were executed.  
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