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Frech Revolution

1789 Gov. National Assembly
1791 Gov. Legislative Assembly
Sept. 1792 Gov. National Convention
July 1793 Gov. Committee of Public Safety takes over the national convention
May 1789 Estates general meets
July 14, 1789 Crowd descended upon the Bastille
August 26, 1789 Declaration of the rights of man and citizen
October 5, 1789 Crowd of starving peasant women marched to the versailles and forced Louis and Marie back to Paris
End of Feudalism 1789
The assembly adopted a new constitution 1791
Constitutional monarchy with king as a symbolic ruler 1791
Property requirements for voting July 1791
War declared on Austria 1792
August 10, 1792 crowd attacked the palace and killed the king's swiss gaurd
September 21, 1792 Declared France a republic (universal suffrage)
Prussia and Austria invade France July 1792
Jacobins take control September 1792
Constitutional monarchy demolished September 1792
January 21, 1973 Louis XVI is guillotined in Paris
Robespierre is executed July 1794
Decree against profiteers (Doc A) July 1793
Law of suspects (Doc B) September 1793
Group in Pre-Revolutionary France that had highest pop. commoners
Group in Pre-Revolutionary France that had highest taxes commoners
Group in Pre-Revolutionary France that owned the most land commoners
Group in Pre-Revolutionary France that owned the least land Clergy
The 3 estates Nobles, Clergy, Commoners
Created by: Nabbbs



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