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Tennis Court Oath By Tyson Tearne (Has nothing to do With project, just Wanted to put this here)
The meeting of The Estate General didn’t help Louis XVI with the economic crisis, high debt made by previous kings made life difficult.
Louis XVI didn’t want to give up any of the crown’s power or authority to help the commoners.
Frustrated, The Third Estate made itself the National Assembly of France in June 1787, with its primary goal being to create a new constitution for France. (CAUSE I CAN)
Louis XVI had The National Assembly locked out of their meeting hall. I’M BAT-MAN!!!!
The assembly moved to a nearby, indoor tennis court (I hate tennis) and made an oath not to disband until they had written a constitution for France.
By: Zach Silver Partner #1
By: Elijah Bartholomew and Chad Petipren. Formed so that the issues over the estates general could be resolved. -the third estate wanted some real power.
What caused the French Revolution?. Louis XIV vs. Louis XVI (14) (16) “Sun King” Ruled until he died at 77 Imperial wars, allied himself with local.
HW #3 due Wednesday.. Do Now: Imagine that you are Louis XVI in Your country is bankrupt, and many people in the 3 rd estate are starving to.
THE ESTATES-GENERAL TO THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.
1) Absolutism vs. the Enlightenment During the 1600s and 1700s, French kings gained total power over the country’s government This conflicted sharply.
French Revolution. Meeting of Estates-General Notes: Estates-General To solve the financial crisis and to stabilize his rule, King Louis XVI assembled.
BELLWORK: 2/8 Explain the problems with the Estate System.
FOCUS QUESTION Who said “Let them eat cake!” What did she/he mean? Why is it important?
French Revolution. Palace of Versailles Who was King Louis XIV? When did he reign over France? What was the Palace of Versailles? How did Louis XIV.
Roots of Revolution SWBAT: IDENTIFY THE 3 ESTATES OF FRANCE HOMEWORK: NONE DO NOW: WHAT CHRISTMAS PRESENT ARE YOU MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO GIVING THIS YEAR?
The French Revolution Between 1789 and 1799, France underwent a violent revolution that overthrew the French monarchy, established a republic with a constitution,
Causes of Revolution Enlightenment IdeasFinancial CrisisStarvation/Famine.
Thurs Feb 13th Objectives: 1
THE FRENCH REVOLUTION BEGINS. I.Conditions – 1780s French assistance in the American Revolution and – American failure to pays its debt poor harvests.
Obj: To understand the desire for reform in 18 th century France Focus: Read Setting the Scene pg 468 and look at chart on pg 469. Make at least 5 generalizations.
–Beginning of a new United States of America –Beginning of the French Revolution Differences in Revolutions Differences in Revolutions –French.
THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. BACKGROUND Absolute monarch (Louis XVI) Social Structure (Three Estates) –1 st Estate – Clergy –2 nd Estate – Nobility –3 rd Estate.
THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. FROM ABSOLUTE MONARCHY TO DEMOCRACY
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