We are the nobles and clergy and declare we do not separate!
I declare we will not separate!
We are the peasants and we will not separate this time!
The Demands of Bastille
We will never give up our guns!
We demand you to give up your guns!
The Storming Of Bastille
This scene shows how King Louis XIV spent all of France's money on his lavish palace and unnecessary wars. This affected France because it soaked all of their money up. This showed how the king was careless with the money of France and its people. All the money spending left the peasants with nothing and most of them were on the verge of starving.
This gory battle has finally come to it end, and we have won!
This scene shows the Estates General meeting where the third estate does not want to separate. They do not want to do this because then they would be voted out. This was significant because it was when the citizens protest against the government. This also sparked the Oath of the Tennis Court to happen.
The End of the Revolution
Please, don't do this to me!
Finally the revolution is done, and we can have a constitutional monarchy.
This scene describes when the French demand that the government puts their guns away. Though they do not do this, so this leads to bloodshed. This part is significant because this was the first time that the French demanded anything from the government. This instance also sparked the Battle of Bastille.
The Reign of Terror
Come along now!
Why is everyone being murdered for small wrongs?
This event was the first bloodshed in the French Revolution. After the officials did not give up their guns the people of France started killing them. This turned into a large bloodshed, including many on both sides dead. Eventually the French commoners had won. This was significant because as already explained it was the first bloodshed of the French Revolution.
This event shows Robespierre being executed because his people turned on him. He was sentenced to death by guillotine which he had killed many people with. This death meant that the Revolution was over and along with it, so was the absolute monarchy. It became a constitutional monarchy which peasants were more happy with because it gave them more rights.
This scene describes the Reign of Terror. In the Reign of Terror, Danton and Robespierre were mortal enemies. Their favorite killing machine was the guillotine. This machine chopped off many heads with this for very small matters. This time period was significant because it was time when there was no clear king.