History class

History class

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  • Tennis Court Oath May/June 1789
  • The storming of the Bastille, July 14, 1789
  • The decree abolishing the feudal system, August 4th, 1789
  • feudalism is officially abolished!
  • Artical 1: All Men are born free
  • Article1: all men are born free
  • Around May/June 1789 people of the Third and Second Estate met and voted themselves the National Assembly. The King in an effort to control them, ordered the closure of the Salle des États where the assembly met. That didn't stop them however, they went to a nearby tennis court to meet.
  • The declaration of the rights of man and citizen, August 27th, 1789
  • article 3: No body and no individual may exercise authority which does not emanate expressly from the nation.
  • On July 14th, 1789, the king had his army surround Paris. The people wanted to fight back. They needed gunpowder. They knew of the Bastille which housed the gunpowder. It was also famous for being a place of torture and fear, people would go in and never come back. They brutally murdered the guards and then dismantled the bastille brick by brick.
  • The Women's march on Versailles, October 5th-6th, 1791
  • On August 4th, 1789 the National Assembly met and made an official decree to abolish Feudalism. The third estate could officially hunt their own land with no restrictions, and Tithes where abolished .
  • The constitution of 1791, September 3rd, 1791
  • Article 6: whether it protects or punishes. All citizens, being equal in the eyes of the law
  • On August 27th, 1789 The national assembly created a declaration that outlined the rights of man.
  • Article 9: As all persons are held innocent until they shall have been declared guilty
  • On october 5th and 6th, 1789 the women of Paris raided the castle demanding for the king and queen to move to Paris. They brutally murdered the guards and threatening to kill the Queen.
  • In 1791 in France the National Assembly met and created a constitution that limited the monarchs power
  • The Constitution the nationalassembly
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