French Revolution

French Revolution
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  • France is broke
  • Whoops. France is nearly broke! What shall we do?
  • Yes I know, keep up with the taxes and we will be okay
  • Meeting of The Estates
  • This is unfair! We will not vote!
  • I vote Yes for more taxes
  • We also vote yes for more taxes
  • 3rd Estate Breaks Off
  • We will call ourselves the National Assembly
  • We don't need the others!
  • We are the National Assembly!
  • France was running out of money. The king used a lot of the money along with the nobles. The population was made up of 98% 3rd class people. The king continued to give taxes to the people, and in addition to this pay was low and prices on resources were high.
  • Oath of The Tennis Court
  • Let us call this the Oath of The Tennis Court
  • We we write France A declaration!
  • The king called all 3 estates to take a vote on if the King should continue to raise taxes. Both the 1st and 2nd class voted to raise them, while the representatives of 98% of the population thought this was unfair and didn't vote. They then broke off and no longer took orders from the king.
  • Battle Of Bastille
  • GIVE US YOUR WEAPONS!
  • The third estate broke off, and they all met at an old fashioned tennis court. They then named themselves the National Assembly, which was made up of the 3rd class.
  • National Assembly Controls Government
  • The national assembly met on an old fashioned tennis court, and they swore to each other that they would write France a declaration. This was called the Oath Of The Tennis Court.
  • After that, on July 4th, 1789, the National Assembly went to Bastille and demanded the governor for their guns and cannons. A battle then broke out and ended up killing the governor, soldiers, and other officials.
  • By 1789, the National Assembly was in control of the French Government. Feudalism was abolished and nobles had no special privileges. All people were declared free and equal. 
  • Ah! Alas we own the government.
  • Yes! What a great feeling this is!
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