Womens March (French Rev) - Amber Hall
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We need more food.
There is not enough bread for our families.
We heard that you, Marie, are hording grain. We need that grain for our families!
On October 5, 1789. Commoner women marched 12 miles from Paris to Versailles. Complaining about different reasons.
Some commoner women were begging or demanding for more bread or grain because the women don't have enough food to serve their families.
Other commoners were mad at Marie Antoinette because there was a rumor going around that she was hording grain.
The few women soon turned into a mob of thounsands.
After about 24 hours of intimidation, and violence the King, Marie Antoinette, and their Assembly all agreed to move back to Paris, and to also escort them back to Paris.
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