Revolution

Revolution
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  • Those who referred to themselves as the National Assembly vowed, "not to separate and the reassemble wherever the circumstances require, until the constitution of the King is established."   
  • On July  14th, 1789  was the fall of Bastille, on which that day an angry mob destroyed the state prison on the east side of Paris. 
  • October  4th, 1789,  was the day crowds of women  paraded the streets demanding bread for their families. 
  •  This scroll is one of the most important papers of the French Revolution. This paper explains a list of rights, such as freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and separation of powers.
  • Months    after the execution of her Husband, Louis XIV, Marie asked for a suffer less  death, and so she got one.
  • The Reign of Terror was a period of violence after  the onset  of the French Revolution.
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