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(the nobility), and Third Estate bourgeoisies – and (commoners: all others)
Bourgeoisies = middle class1787-1788 Peasant up riseThe French Revolution began as a revolt of the nobles. This played out =1787-1789They said call a meeting of the States-General established in 1302The last time they had met was in 1614The first two estates had 300 deputieseach the third estate had 600 deputies. They all met at VersaillesJune 17 at Versailles they formed a new assembly called the national assemblyIn 1789, the Estates-General was summoned for the first time since 1614. An Assembly of Notables in 1787 preceded the Estates-General session. The Estates-General would consist of equal numbers of representatives of each Estate (300). The Third Estate had double representation (600). The Estates-General convened in Versailles on 5 May 1789, On June 17 they voted a measure far more radical, declaring themselves the National Assembly, an assembly not of the Estates but of "the People" – sometimes called - National Constituent AssemblyThe Assembly moved their deliberations to a nearby tennis court. - The Tennis Court Oath (20 June 1789), Jacques Necker 1732 –1804 was a French statesman of Swiss birth and finance minister of Louis XVI, a post he held in the lead-up to the French Revolution in 1789.The Era of The Great Fearwas a general panic that occurred between 17 July and 3 August 1789at the start of the French RevolutionThe fear was of the 3rdestateJuly 11 was the dismissal of NeckerTuesday July 14 they went after the greatest symbol = Ancient prison built in 1370 = The Bastille July 14 they stormed the Bastille – 1:30-5:00 in the afternoon Only found 7 prisoners – 98 deadThe Storming of the Bastille occurred in Paris, France, on the afternoon of 14 July 1789. The medieval fortress and prison in Paris known as the Bastille represented
royal authority in the centre of Paris. The prison contained just seven inmates at the time of its storming but was a symbol of the abuse of the monarchy: its fall was the flashpoint of the French Revolution.In France, Le quatorze juillet (14 July) is a public holiday, usually called Bastille Dayin English.The August Decrees were nineteen decrees made in August 1789 by the National Constituent Assembly during the French Revolution.The National Constituent Assembly adopted the last article of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen on 26 August 1789 during the period of the French Revolution, as the first step toward writing a constitution for France.This is the = of our Declaration of IndependencePre-amble 17 articles comprised this declarationConstitutional monarchOctober 5&6 1789 - The Women's March on Versailles, was one of the earliest and mostsignificant events of the French Revolution. The march began among women in the marketplaces of Paris who, on the morning of 5 October 1789, seeking liberal political reforms and a constitutional monarchy for FranceThe march was 12 mile from Paris to Versailles – they didn’t trust himThe Government was moved back to Versailles

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