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Updated: 12/17/2019
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  • TENNIS CLUB OATH
  • Constitution-Love
  • life, liberty
  • STORMING THE BASTILLE
  • They can't keep us out of prison
  • Don't take away our freedom
  • THE BREAD RIOTS
  • I HAVE NO IDEA WHY EVERYONE WANTS BREAD
  • LET THEM EAT CAKE! IT'S SO MUCH BETTER
  • After being locked out of the Assembly, members of the French Third Estate took the Tennis Club Oath agreeing not to leave until a constitution was written.
  • DEATH OF MARAT
  • On July 14, 1789, mobs of people stormed the Bastille looking for weapons and gun powder. They over took the prison guards.
  • KING ATTEMPTING TO FLEE
  • Bread was the most important staple to the people of France. In 1789, armed women marched on Versailles to protest the cost of bread. The women thought their families would starve.
  • THE EXECUTION OF KING LOUIS XVIAND QUEEN MARIE ANOTIONETTE
  • All of this is giving me a headach
  • I never liked the Jacobians
  • Jean-Paul Marat was a Jacobian leader and newspaper writer. He thought everyone who supported the king should be killed. He was stabbed by Charlotte Corday while taking a bath.
  • I had a feeling she didn't like me
  • King Charles XVI tried to flee France after the National Assembly changed the structure between church and state. He was was caught at the border of Austrian Netherlands.
  • How long does it take to pack a castle
  • The Nation Convention controlled by the Jacobians found King Louis XVI guilty of treason and beheaded him on January 21, 1793. The Queen was beheaded on October 16, 1793.
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