Tennis Court Oath
Fall of the Bastille
Women's March to Versailles
Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
King Louis and Marie Antoinette on Trial
Reign of Terror
Locked out of their usual meeting hall at Versailles and thinking that the king was forcing them to disband, they moved to a nearby indoor tennis court.
We will not separate until the constitution of the kindom is established!
On July 14, 1789 a state prison on the east side of Paris was attacked by an aggressive mob.
On October 4, 1789, a crowd of women demanding bread for their families marched toward Versailles, arriving soaking wet from the rain
WE WANT BREAD!!!
Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen explains a list of rights, such as freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and separation of powers.
WE WANT RIGHTS!
Louis was arrested on August 13, 1792 and sent to an ancient Paris fortress used as a prison. The Girondins were keeping the deposed king under arrest, both as a hostage and a guarantee for the future.
You're under arrest!
r The Reign of Terror that lasted from 5 September 1793 to 28 July 1794 and was a period of violence that happened after French Revolution.
I thought this was what we were fighting against!?
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