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  • The Meeting of the Estates General
  • WE PAY NO TAXES!
  • Hmmmm...
  • The National Assembly
  • The Tennis Court Oath
  • Let's makes the Tennis Court Oath.
  • The Storming of the Bastille
  • FIGHT!
  • The meeting of the Estate General is important because France was going through famine and was on the verge of bankruptcy. The first and second states did not want to pay taxes. Whenever they voted, the third estate was being out voted and was being treated unfairly and decided to become The National Assembly. This was the start of the idea of becoming a republic and wanted to fight. 
  • The March on Versailles
  • More bread. Where is the king and Queen?
  • The Tennis Court Oath  was made by The National Assembly to state that they would not separate and meet the requirements in order to write a constitution. This would lead to a republic society and The French Revolution. 
  • The Reign of Terror
  • I am Robespierre, KILL!
  • The Storm of Bastille was the start of the French Revolution. The Storm of Bastille started because King Louis XVI wanted show that he said had power and gathered more knights for protection, which only caused others to lose trust in him and attack. 
  • The Rise of Napoleon
  • For the revoltuion!
  • The March of Versailles was lead by just women to demand more bread for their families.  These protesters caused a ruckus and Louis XVI did not like that.
  • The Reign of Terror  was the year where they put thousands of people to death because of any reasons. The leader, Maximilian Robespierre, wanted to prevent any conflicts in society or resistance in the revolution. To execute the people, they used a guillotine.
  • Napolean Bonaparte was a popular military hero that won many battles. He wanted to make a name for himself when he heard about the French Revolution and went to war. When he had enough power, he claimed himself emperor and reform France. 
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