Historical peasants revolt

Historical peasants revolt

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  • Nnoooooo, please this is the third time you have asked us to pay you in four years!!
  • I am your tax collector, give me your money
  • The peasants were unhappy with the taxes. When the tax collecters arrived they murdered 3 out of 4 because the fourth one escaped. The revolt had begun.
  • Please, can we have higher wages and fewer taxes, we have nothing against you it is just your advisors!!!  
  • FINE!!
  • Thousands of peasants met up and chose their leader ; Wat Tyler. After that they decided to march to London and burn and loot the city
  • On the way to London, they decided to burn down John of Gaunt's palace.
  • Aaarrgghhhh
  • The King went to meet the peasants at Mile End and said to the King that they had nothing against him and just didn’t like his advisors. They asked for higher wages and consistent equal taxes. The King agrees to the peasant's demands.
  • Meanwhile, things get out of hand and a group of angry peasants brake into the tower of London and murder one of the King's advisors and the Archbishop of Cantebury. 
  • The King met Wat Tyler at Smithfield and one of the King’s advisors got annoyed and decided to murder Wat Tyler even though the King did not want that.
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