A bunch of women rioted over the rising prices of bread. They used knives, axes, and other weapons. They then proceeded to kill guards and other royal servants or people. They spared the king and queen when they agreed to return to the palace inside the city.
Execution of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette
These were the rights that were given to the third estate during after France started to realize how wrong the estates were. But this didn't last long because it was all forgotten eventually at the beginning of the Reign of Terror. The declaration stated Liberty, Democracy, Equality.
Rise of Napoleon
The Reign of Terror began in 1793 and it was when the radicals took over the revolutionary government. Anyone who was suspected to not be loyal to the revolution was captured and executed. This was lead by Maximilian Robespierre and it was also the rise of the guillotine.
Fall of Napoleon
The king and queen of France were not wanted by the public so they were both executed. They weren't wanted because they spent all of the money and the king was a horrible leader. They were executed by the notorious gilutine that they had allowed to be used by the public for executions.
In 1795 Napoleon was set of to be an officer and became the "Savior of the French Republic." In 1796 He was appointed as the leader of the French military by the directory. He eventually even crowned himself as the Emperor of France.
Napoleon was very aggressive in leading so he had his army attack Russia and that didn't work so he was removed from leader. He was then exiled two times because the first he decided it would be a good idea to come back. After he was out of power the states were evened out in power so France could no longer take over.