French Revolution-Story time line
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The National Assembly was created by Third Estate in order to set their own standards, they invited people from the other parties to join, they denied at first but later joined.
After stealing guns, the people stormed the Bastille for gunpowder, they also freed all the prisoners and ripped the building apart with their hands.
ARTICLE I. The National Assembly hereby completely abolishes the feudal system… ARTICLE III. The exclusive right to hunt and to maintain unenclosed warrens is likewise abolished, and every landowner shall have the right to kill, or to have destroyed on his own land, all kinds of game, observing, however, such police regulations as may be established with a view to the safety of the public. ARTICLE V. Tithes of every description...are abolished, on condition, however, that some other method be devised to provide for the expenses of divine worship, the support of the officiating clergy, for the assistance of the poor, for repairs and rebuilding of churches and parsonages, and for the maintenance of all institutions, seminaries, schools, academies, asylums, and organizations to which the present funds are devoted.
Men are born and remain free and equal in rights. Social distinctions may be founded only upon the general good.
Give us bread!
Outraged from by the price of bread the woman storm the King and Queens home demanding bread.
Woman is born free and remains equal to man in rights.
The King is forced to except that he must sign a Constitution in order to give the people the freedom they demand.
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