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World History & You

Ch. 21 The French Revolution

TermDefinition
The French Revolution Where people fought to change old laws and to change the rulers of France.
Equal Rights Laws that were for all the people.
Estate A group of people in France before the Revolution.
King Louis XVI Was the King of France During the Revolution.
Estates General The makeup of the 3 groups of people in France (1st Estate- Roman Catholics, 2nd Estate- Nobles, 3rd Estate- Peasants, city workers, lawyers, doctors, and merchants)
National Assembly A group formed by the 3rd Estate.
Prison Where you go when you break the law.
Bastille It is an old Prison where the French king sent many people.
Paris THe city where the Bastille prison was.
Marie Antoinette She was married to King Louis XVI, and was killed by the people during the French Revolution.
Jacobins The rulers of the French Republic and tried to kill everyone who was against the Revolution.
French Republic People of France did not want a king, so they started a Republic.
Liberty, Equality, Fraternity These words mean that all people should have freedom and equal rights.
Napoleon Bonaparte He ended the Revolution in France. He brought peace to France and war to the rest of Europe.
Created by: mtrampf