Parisian Women marched on Versailles to riot the rising of bread prices. They demanded the National Assembly to provide bread and the women achieved their goal.
Execution of Louis XVI and Marie Antionette
The Rights of Man stated people of France had the right to equal justice, freedom of speech, and freedom of religion. French Revolutionaries began to have a slogan called "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity".
Rise of Napoleon
The Reign of Terror was a dark period around the 1790s led by Maximilian Robespire. People who were suspected to not be loyal to the revolution were arrested or executed by a guillotine.
Fall of Napoleon
The Jacobins found King Louis guilty for treating the poor people in Paris badly. He was sentenced to death as well as his wife, Marie Antoinette.
Napoleon rose to power by successfully defending the National Convention from royalists, took a coup d' Etat, set up efficient tax collection, and sold the Louisiana Territory. In 1804 he crowned himself as emperor of France.
Napoleon had a major loss in the Battle of Trafalgar. This meant his plans for taking over Great Britain could never happen while he was alive. Napoleon was later exiled.