The third estate left the meeting to go write there own constitution. They met on a tenniscourt outside the meeting house. The kind didn't like it and sent his troops to put down the revolt. But the third estate defended themselfs.Basteille is the name Ifvhe building they stole from to defend themselves.
The king wasn't allowed to simply make a proclamation. He had to create an entire new constitution, making it a 'paper victory'. King Louis does not approve. The lower class is forced to arm themselves, but they need gunpowder. They know of a dungeon that's notorious for fuel and torture. Whenever people would walk by the dungeon, they would think of the King. They invade, oust the inside guy, and revolt. Bastille is to France as The 4th of July is to America.
The new third estate formed their own national army. They raided guns and ammo from strongholds. The Bastille was a massive form of Feudal rule. The Bastille is also a prison. It held all of the city's gun powder. The Bastille also symbolized the King and him overusing his power. They National Assembly raids the Bastille and they cut off the governor of the Bastille's head.
Most of their victories are paper victories. The Storming of the Bastille occurred in Paris, France on the morning of 14 July 1789. The medieval fortress and prison in Paris known as the Bastille represented royal authority in the center of Paris. The bastille is known for holding gun powder and torture. .
Not long after the third estate gains notoriety for its fight for independence, the king sends the army after the third estate. To combat this, the third estate decide to stock up on arms. They raid Paris and take dozens of weapons. However, they are missing gunpowder. They focus on the Bastille, a prison used to torture those who opposed the monarchy. The people of France storm the Bastille as an act of defiance against the king. The governor of the Bastille attempts to push back the people but it doesn't work. The people eventually capture the governor and mercilessly beat him, eventually cutting off his head and parading it on a pike.
The people of France make a new national guard. The new national guard storms the Bastille in search of gunpowder. The prison was known for torture and death. The citizens of France blamed the king for all the torture in the Bastille. The new National Assembly makes a new flag and attacks the Bastille to show the king that they are willing to fight for revolution. They win over the Bastille and take the president of the prison and cut his head off in the street. A new tradition is born in decapitating the enemies of the revolution.
The third estate won a major victory over the assembly and now they're going to create a new constitution. King Louie isn't happy about this revolt, so he ordered the French Army to stop them. 30,000 of the King's troops were sent after them, but the people get back with 38,000 muskets, but they need gun powder from the Bastille. This is the city's prison where there were unspeakable tortures and death acts, so the people were a little weary about going in. This was a symbol of horror for the people. On July 14th, a voice cries out to the Bastille saying that you cannot get rid of the new national assembly. The new tradition of violence was born when they cut off the head of the mayor of the prison and stick it on a stick. This was the start of the revolution.
After the third estate made their new constitution, the king started gathering an army which made the third estate also put together an army. Their army was known as the national guard but was lacking gun powder. The people knew the Bastille had gunpowder but the Bastille was also a place of torture. The people were outraged when the king fired his financial advisor. They went to the Bastille and took him over. They took the leader of the prison and cut his head off and displayed it on a stick. The bloody revolution had officially begun.
The third estate gathered 38,000 muskets to revolt. The gunpowder for the muskets are at the Bastille. In the Bastille prison, people who don't like the king are tortured. The new assembly wrote a new constitution. They try to lock down the Bastille but the citizens got through and the guards surrendered. The new assembly tore down the Bastille to throw away old memories.
The kings troops position around France. The third estates storm the bastille for gunpowder for their muskets. It is a prison house where the gunpowder is stored. It is a legendary den for torture. The bastille was a symbol of horror for France. The people of Paris were demanding you couldn't get rid of the new national assembly. They started a tradition for the revolution by cutting the governor's head off and putting it on a stick. The people tear down the bastille by hand.
The third estate is going to create a new constitution. The French army wants to stop this, so the third estate needs weapons. They raided armories and took muskets, but they still needed gunpowder. It is at the Bastille. They raided it and many people were killed before the people in the Bastille surrendered. They revolution men cut the Bastille leaders head off and put it on a stick.
By the end of July, 30,000 troops have been scattered around Paris. Gunpowder was the only thing that was missing. The Bastille is a huge, stone Dungeon, which holds muskets and lots of gun powder. It is also used for torture, many deaths were in this building. The Bastille is the symbol of Royal Despitism. But it is a symbol of horror for the people of France. You cannot get rid of the new National Assembly. Storming the Bastille was harsh, gory. The CEO of France has been killed by his own citizens. The Revolution has begun, and you cannot stop it now. The French won the revolution and tore down the Bastille. Brick by brick, and the bricks were sold as a symbol of this Revolution.
They had over 28,000 muskets but they didn't have any gun powder. They people storm the Bastille for gun powder. The prison house is legendary for a torturing death. It was the great symbol of going against the king and caused great horror for the people. You cannot get rid of the new national assembly. The people are taking the side of the revolution. Dolonee surrenders and the people stabbed and shot him. They put his head on a stick and that's the beginning of the revolution. The victory of the Bastille was the beginning of the revolution and the people tore down the Bastille and sold the bricks.
The king didn't like the resistance so he formed an army. That meant the opposing group also needed to be prepared for war. But they needed weapons and gunpowder. The bastille is the place to get that, but with this building, violence is associated with that. The king tortured people there. The official beginning of the French Revolution was when the governor was murdered. When the people finally gained control of the bastille, the bricks of the building were sold as tokens of that time.
The Third Estate left the meeting of the Estates General, ready to start a new constitution. They met on a tennis court and had a massive win, on paper. The King however didn't like this and sent soldiers to attack Paris. The people were fighting back, but we're missing gunpowder. They knew were to find it though. They would find it in the Bastille, a prison notorious for torture and numerous deaths. On July 14, the French people decided to attack the Bastille, attacks the governer and the guards, dragging them through the streets before carrying around their heads on pikes. After taking over the Bastille, they tore it down brick by brick. Shortly after the Declaration of the Rights of Men was created.
- the third estate had a major victory after the tennis court oath and plan to write a new constitution.
- King Louis XVI doesnt like this and arms his army, etc. Which makes the third estate arm themselves
- they dont have gunpowder for their muskets. the people know just where to get it. the center of paris there is a dungeon called The Bastille.
- Hense storming the Bastille (for gunpowder)
- Houses the prison and gunpowder. this makes them think of the unspeakable torture inside and reminds them not to defy the king. its a symbol of horror.
- This happened July 14th, 1776. the people of paris are saying "You cannot get rid of the New National Assembly.
- The governer (CEO) of the Bastille surrenedered to the mob. He was stabbed and shot and his severed head is paraded on a pike. (creating the guillotine).
- The deputies accept the acts of violence.
- "Is it a revolt? No sire, it is a revolution." - Louis XVI wrote in his diary.
- The Declaration of the Rights of Man was created days later.
The National Assembly was a communion of voices from around the country. It was created on in indoor tennis court after a major victory at an estates meeting. They had over 28,000 muskets, with no gun powder. In the center of Paris, there was a stone palace which was a symbol of rule, the Bastille. The prison houses the gun powder, and is a place of torture and death. The Bastille was a symbol of horror for the people of France. On July 14th, crowds came together and and stormed the Bastille, claiming you cannot get rid of the National Assembly.
Starts with the creation of the National Assembly. 30,000 troops were stationed around Paris, the Third Estate formed a national guard, and looted muskets. They need gunpowder, which they know they can get from the Bastille. Someone suggests they go to the Bastille as an act of defiance. The Bastille is stormed and the governor of it surrenders. A tradition is born as they cut off his head. They then start taking apart the Bastille brick by brick
The third estate's first victory was a paper victory. The third estate formed a national militia. The militia needed gunpowder which was at the Bastille. The Bastille was a symbol of feudal rule. The Bastille held Paris's gunpowder and prison. The Bastille was notorious for unspeakable punishments. After the storming of the Bastille a new constitution for French is written.
1. The Third Estate won a "paper victory" when they gathered in a tennis court and wrote a new constitution.
2. French rebels raided armories in Paris and stole 28,000 muskets.
3. The Bastille was a prison and contained the city's store of gunpowder.
4. The Bastille had become a symbol of horror for the people of France.
5. The rebels took the Bastille by force.
6. They captured and executed the governor of the prison.
7. The people then tore down the Bastille by hand.
King Louie armed the army, so the third estate armed themselves. The people have the guns, but do not have gun powder. The Bastille holds the gun powder, which is where the people are going. Everytime the people walk past the prison, they think of torture by the king. Back in the day, attacking the Bastille is basically saying that you cannot get rid of the new national assembly. The CEO of the prison tried to shut down the prison during the attack, but he ended up surrendering. Later on, he had his head cut off. The people started tearing down the Bastille very quickly.
Communion of voices all around the country come together to create the National Assembly. The Third Estate has to arm themselves so they can defend themselves from the French Army. They had guns but were missing gun powder, and the people know just where to get it. The Bastille a massive dungeon where the gun powder is at. Legendary as a den of torture and many deaths. When people see this torture, they see the king, they know what goes on there. Limits of their own power. People of Paris are saying you can not get rid of the National Assembly. President of the Prison was dragged out to the middle of the crowd and his head was cut off. This is when the revolution had officially begun, and a new bloody tradition was born. They tried to take down the Bastille. The Bricks of the Bastille were sold as emblems.
After the success of the National Assembly, the Third Estate was fearful of the King's Revenge. They began to arm themselves by stealing muskets. The only thing they were missing was gun powder, so they stole it from the Bastille, a huge prison. It was known for torturing people and painful deaths and it carried the city's gun powder.It was also a symbol of oppression to the French people. By storming the Bastille, the people show that they won't back down until they get what they want. During the process of storming the Bastille, they behead the governor of the prison. This started the bloodiest tradition of the French Revolution.
The 3rd Estate were victorious and are to create a new constitution. It was known as a paper victory. King Louis wasn't very happy about it. He wanted to stop them, so he armed his army. The people make their own guard.With 28,000 muskets all the people needed was gun powder. They stormed the Bastille,a torture prison. They wanted to show that they weren't going anywhere. Took the governor of Bastille and chopped his head off. This all was the unfolding of the revolution.
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By early July, the King's troops are taking position to round Paris. The people form a new National Guard to defend themselves. In the center of Paris, there's a massive stone dungeon, the Bastille. It houses the city's store of gunpowder and is legendary as a den of torture. The Bastille was a symbol of horror for the people of France. Louis fired his finance minister. There is nothing left but revolt.
30,000 of the King's troops were assembled to put down the Third Estate in Paris. To defend themselves, they raided Paris' armories for muskets. But they needed gun powder, and it was only found at the Bastille, a prison. The Bastille was a horrific place ran by the Kings of France. The peoples' man on the inside was fired by the King. The people gathered on July 14th to revolt in battle. The Bastille's owner was captured and beaten, and then beheaded. Men, women, and children tore apart the Bastille. A document was then created, the Declaration of the Rights of Man.