FC: “Golf is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated.” ~ Arnold Palmer | The French Revolution By Dillon Hebert
1: The author of tis book is probably the coolest and best looking guy in America. | About The Author
2: Meeting of the Estates General | There were different groups based on the amount of money one had that the person would be placed into. The first is the richest, the second was middle class, and the third estate was made up of peasants. The three estates(groups) met to fix what was wrong at the Palace of Versailles. The first class wouldn't give up power during this financial crisis. The way it worked was they voted by order meaning each group got a vote. The third estate tried to get voting by head(vote per person). The king didn't like this though
5: The Tennis Court Oath | When the Third class showed up to the National Assembly they found the doors locked. and they were mad. They went to a near by tennis court and pledged not to leave until they had a Constitution written. The outcome of this was the Constitution of 1791.
6: Storming of the Bastille | On July 14, 1789 there was a scramble for guns not many were found but a lot of gunpowder was found. The reason for the out break was to start a revolution. The attack was very important to start the French Revolution. They also used the gun powder to start many fires.
9: Reign of Terror | The Reign of Terror started when Robespierre accused the king of treason or breaking the law. The way the king was killed was with a guillotine which would cut of someones head. Anyone who wasn't involved in the republic or didn't follow the revolution was killed.
10: Napolean | Napolean had a lot of military success. He encouraged the reform of the revolution a lot but he also believed himself to be an emperor which would be opposite of the revolution. A lot of other countries didn't like Napolean because he was taking over their countries.
13: The End | This book is a great over all story of the French Revolution. it is also a great part of French history. The End.