French Revolution

French Revolution

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  • Long Term Causes of the French Revolution
  • Estates General
  • Tennis Court Oath
  • In 1789 France was divided into 3 estates. The first was made up of clergy, the second of nobles, the third one of the vast population. 
  • Storming of Bastille 
  • The Estates General is the legislative body made up of representatives of the three estates in pre revolutionary France.
  • Revolution Begins
  • The Tennis court oath was with people from all the estates coming together and all agreeing on the same thing.
  • In 1789 a group of French soldiers charged a Bastille asking for weapons, the general refused and opened fire on them, many died but they were able to barge in and clam victory.
  • The French revolution began in 1789. The phases of the revolutionary war were divided into 2 phases, the National Assembly and the Radical phase. The national phases turned France into a constitutional monarchy, and the radical phase, full of violence, led to the end of monarchy and a reign of terror
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