french revoulution

french revoulution

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  • Long Term causes of the revolution
  • thats my money being used
  • party!!!!!
  • come on in
  • Estates general
  • nooooo
  • You will give half your makings to me and the king
  • Tennis court oath
  • yes we are with you
  • we here by take this oath to start are revolution 
  • During this time period before the revolution, the king was taking all the money and putting it towards parties for nobles and clergy. These parties of course were paid for with the peasants money. In return they got nothing except for less food and more taxes.  
  • taxes,taxes, and more taxes
  • During this time the peasants were working to provide for the nobles,clergy,king,and the estates general. The estate general would take half of what the peasants were making  and would do no work in exchange.
  • Storming of the Bastille
  • The Tennis court oath was created because the king thought he could stop the revolution by locking the doors. The people of course wouldn't stop their meeting over a lock, so they went a couple blocks down and held their meeting on the tennis court.
  • French revolution begins
  • yes we are ready for this revolution !!!
  • At this time the king was spending so much money that soon he became in dept. Also at this time he had just fired his financial adviser, and decided to take matters into his own hands. His solution was to raise the taxes, but nobles and clergy dont pay taxes who got the short end of the stick?
  • why is this so much !
  • dont yell sir
  • The storming of the Bastille was a major beginning  to the French revolution. The french got gun powder for their weapons but also took out a pretty nasty historical prison in the process. The people were so happy to take out the prison they brought it home with them brick by brick.
  • get him, take the bastille!
  • you can have it
  • At this time in the revolution the french have signed the tennis court oath, and taken the Bastille. This point is when the people made their stand clear that they weren't going to back down now.
  • it has started!!
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