Womens March (French Rev) - Amber Hall

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. 
  • THIS WAY!
  • Other commoners were mad at Marie Antoinette because there was a rumor going around that she was hording grain. 
  • THE END
  • 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.
  • The end. 
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