French Revolution

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French Revolution

French Revolution

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This day marks the end of fuedalism. The nobles finally gave up amd gave all men equal rights. The nobility and clergy gave up their excemption of taxation.

Paris Commune takes King Louis XVI captive and the National Convention is called. Theysned the king and his fsamily into shelter but adventually nakidnaps him.

King Louis XVI summoned the three estates to have a meeting to solve his financial problems. The Three Estates are clergy (first estate), nobles (second estate) and the common people (third estate).

The National Assmebly only lasted for a month but did a lot of helping in that short month. This assembly is made up of the third estate (comon people).

In Revolutionary France, the Legislative Assembly voted to abolish the monarchy and establish the Republicgoverment. The measure came one year after King Louis XVI reluctantly approved a new constitution that atopped him from having much power.

One day after being convicted of conspiracy with foreign powers and sentenced to death by the French National Convention, King Louis XVI is executed by guillotine in the Place de la Revolution in Paris.

May 5, 1789

June 13, 1789- July 9, 1789

June 20, 1789

August 4, 1789

1791

August 10, 1792

September 21, 1792

January 21,1793

This is pretty much the start of the French Revolution. This is when the third estate defied the king and wouldn't disperse until France got a new constitution.

In 1791 te National Assembly finished the new french constitution. Now all men have equal rights and there is no feudalism in France.


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