French Revolution

French Revolution

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  • The Tennis court oath
  • The Storming of the bastille
  • The Decree Abolishing the Feudal system
  • No More Feudal system
  • On June 10, 1789, The third estate, commoners held an assembly an invited the other two estates but did not wait for them. Then, they made it an assembly for the people. They would not go home until they had created a constitution.
  • Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen is issued
  • On July 18, 1789 revolutionaries storm the Bastille to get gunpowder and to free prisoners. They stormed the bastille with swords muskets and makeshift weapons.
  • The Women's march on Versailles
  • We Want Bread!
  • On August 1789, The National reform movement reacted to the outrage of the peasants by abolishing the Feudal system. The Feudal system was the method of taxing the commoners that was used in france.
  • The Constitution of 1791 is issued
  • In August 1789, Representatives of The French people got together and declared their rights that were not to be taken away by any government.
  • In October of 1789, Women, outraged at the scarcity and price of bread gathered support and marched on the palace of Versailles and made the king go to Paris.
  • In October 1791, The first constitution of France was drafted, and then signed by king Louis XVI, There was mention of three branches of power and other things from the US contitution
  • Constitution 1791
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