The French Revolution - By Victor Hor

The French Revolution - By Victor Hor
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  • Taxes
  • Tax - neuf livre
  • Les taxes ont augmenté!
  • Dix-sept livre
  • Starvation
  • Cette femme a du pain!
  • Enlightenment Philosophies
  • Avez-vous entendu ces idées?
  • Non, s'il vous plaît dites-le.
  • After Louis XIV had gained the throne, he had induced massive amount of debt to the kingdom of France by giving many troops and supplies to American Revolution troops to weaken Britain. In response, France had raised their prices 10-fold. Such taxation would lead to devastation to the country of France.  No common folk  loved the idea of life of labor and no leisure.
  • Estates-General/Tennis Court Oath
  • In response to the large amount of raised taxes, one of the essential items that were raised in taxes was bread. A staple of France that symbolized life for the French. Not being able to afford it gave birth to wide spread famine and death, added with raids of bakeries and the thievery of people who were bringing bread back from a day of shopping.
  • Storming of Bastille
  • The popularity of the information of the Enlightenment Philosophies ran throughout the country of France like wildfires. Salon's were held by wives of wealthy philosophers, giving the opportunity for these philosophies to spread out indefinitely, leaving the question that went against the monarchy and the current ways of the country.
  • Women's March to Versailles
  • Nous revendiquons tous nos droits!
  • On the day the Estates-General had secluded the Third Estate; representatives of the common folk, had met at a indoor tennis court in retaliation, declaring that they would always meet until a constitution was drafted.
  • Nous exigeons le changement!
  • At the peak of the ideas of the philosophies of enlightenment, Bastille became the first target of the French Revolution. It had held large amounts of gunpowder and weapons to supply a regiment. Large amounts of revolutionaries had stormed the Bastille in a blinding rage, utterly killing the many guards and the warden by decapitation. Destroying the Bastille after the massacre, brick by brick.
  • Tempête la Bastille !!!
  • After the king's acceptance to the drafting of a constitution, women had noticed the unchanged situation of their rights. Most of the physically strong and willed women took arms and marched to Versailles. They had murdered many guards, inducing the popular decapitation. They were going to take the queen and kill her in cold blood due to their rights not being reserved. They had induced destruction to the queen's bedroom as a result of the queen fleeing to safety.
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