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18 Oct 2018
French Revolution Begins Causes: Famine, Class/Social Inequality, Lack of money, and Spread of Enlightenment Ideals
Marie Antoinette executed
Maximilien Robespierre dies
Robespierre in power
Robespierre beheaded/Reign of Terror ends
National Assembly/Tennis Court Oath
King Louis XVI is crowned
King Louis XVI is beheaded for conspiracy with forgien powers
Antoinette came to power in May 16th 1770 when marrying King Louis
Women's march: On the 5 of October 1789 an angry mob of 7,000 women armed with pitchforks, pikes, and muskets. Marched in the rain from Paris to Versailles demanding bread for their families.
Comittee of Public Saftey
September Massacres: A mass killing of prisoners that took place in Paris on September 2-6 in 1792. Called the First Terror of the French Revolution.
Louis and Antoinette flee: In June 1791, Louis XVI and Antoinette fled Paris and headed for the Austrian border.
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