We are not leaveing, we shall have a oath to not leave till we have democracy.
I demand respect for my work.
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Free the prisoners!!
On June 20, 1789, the members of the french third estate, took the Tennis Court Oath, to which they vowed to not leave till they got a better government, and a democracy.
Natural rights of man Freedom of Religion, freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, and sparation of powers. Civil rights to man kind.
The Fall Of The Bastille was on July 14, 1789. When Parisian mob broke down the Bastille Fortress, marking the beginning of the french revolution. Riots started to form, after the price for bread raising higher. King Louis started losing control and eventually the people started taking over.
Let them eat cake
On October 4, 1789, a crowd of women demanding bread for their families gathered other discontented Parisians, including some men, and marched toward Versailles, arriving soaking wet from the rain. The King agreed to meet with some of the women and promised to distribute all the bread in Versailles to the crowd.
The declaration of rights of man and citizen happened to be on August 26 1789. Is a fundamental document of the French Revolution and in the history of human and civil rights and was influenced by the American Revolution. Is one of the most important papers of the french revolution This paper explains a list of rights, such as freedom of religion, speech, assembly, and separation of powers.
Trial of King Louis and wife Marie Antoinette happened On August 1793. Where Marie Antoinette's husband was executed, and the wife indicted soon after, she started the whole famous quote of "Let them eat cake" and was her response when hearing the people had no bread. As to say "don't have bread eat something else". Was actually what she didn't say but was punished, for it was a way that showed how clueless the royal was.
Reign of Terror lasted from September 1793 until the fall of Robespierre in 1794. Its purpose was to purge France of enemies of the Revolution and protect the country from foreign invaders. there were 16,594 official death sentences in France, of which 2,639 were in Paris.