French Revolution: Part I
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French Revolution: Introduction
Factors that led to the Revolution
Meeting of the Estate General
The French Revolution was a uprising in France against the monarchy from 1789 to 1799.
The Tennis Court Oath
The 5 factors that led to the French Revolution are growing resentment among lower classes, new ideas about government, serious economic problems, Weak/indecisive leadership, and food shortage
The Storming of the Bastille
The "Meeting of the Estate General was one representative from each estate came to discussion ideas.
The Great Fear
The Tennis Court Oath was when the National Assembly was locked out of there meeting room. So they broke down the door to the indoor tennis court and stayed until they had a new constitution.
People of the third estates started to gather weapons to defend Paris. They stormed the Bastille in search for gunpower.
The Great Fear was when peasants became outlaws themselves. They all had weapons and destoryed every document that would put them in debt.
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