La Révolution française Start 1799 November 15 th   Price ¢5
Main Page Natioinal Constituent Assembly Timeline <ul><li>Representatives of the 3 rd  Estate declared themselves the Nati...
“ The Tennis Court Oath” (June 20)
Necker proposed royal budget (July 11)
Storming of the Bastille (July 14)
Selling Church land and revoking Church Rights
Writing a constitution </li></ul>Views Image Source
Main Page ` Timeline Before 1789 1789 1790 1791 1792 1793 1794 1795 1796 1797 1798 1799 National Constituent  Assembly Leg...
Legeslative Assembly Main Page Timeline <ul><li>France vs Austria + Prussia (April 20 th  1972)
Legislative Assembly Established (October 1 st  1791)
Attack on Tuileries (August 10 th  1792)
September Massacres
Battle of Valmy (September 20 th  1792)
France is declared a republic (September 21 st  1792) </li></ul>Image Source Views
National Convention Main Page Timeline <ul><li>Prussia vows revenge
King execution (January 21 1793)
Jacobins vs. Girondes
Jean-Paul Marat
Reign of Terror </li></ul>Views Image Source
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    1. 1. La Révolution française Start 1799 November 15 th Price ¢5
    2. 2. Main Page Natioinal Constituent Assembly Timeline <ul><li>Representatives of the 3 rd Estate declared themselves the National Constituent Assembly of France
    3. 3. “ The Tennis Court Oath” (June 20)
    4. 4. Necker proposed royal budget (July 11)
    5. 5. Storming of the Bastille (July 14)
    6. 6. Selling Church land and revoking Church Rights
    7. 7. Writing a constitution </li></ul>Views Image Source
    8. 8. Main Page ` Timeline Before 1789 1789 1790 1791 1792 1793 1794 1795 1796 1797 1798 1799 National Constituent Assembly Legislative Assembly National Convention Directory
    9. 9. Legeslative Assembly Main Page Timeline <ul><li>France vs Austria + Prussia (April 20 th 1972)
    10. 10. Legislative Assembly Established (October 1 st 1791)
    11. 11. Attack on Tuileries (August 10 th 1792)
    12. 12. September Massacres
    13. 13. Battle of Valmy (September 20 th 1792)
    14. 14. France is declared a republic (September 21 st 1792) </li></ul>Image Source Views
    15. 15. National Convention Main Page Timeline <ul><li>Prussia vows revenge
    16. 16. King execution (January 21 1793)
    17. 17. Jacobins vs. Girondes
    18. 18. Jean-Paul Marat
    19. 19. Reign of Terror </li></ul>Views Image Source
    20. 20. Directory Timeline Main Page <ul><li>Jacobin internal fights
    21. 21. Maximilien Robespierre murders other Jacobins
    22. 22. Robespierre's opposition execute him (July 28 1794)
    23. 23. Directory gain power and begin meetings (1795)
    24. 24. Revolution ends </li></ul>Image Source Views
    25. 25. Source Next Main Page
    26. 26. Source Next s Previous Main Page
    27. 27. Main Page Previous Source Next
    28. 28. Previous Source Main Page
    29. 30. Congrats, You Found The Easter Egg! :) Main Page
    30. 31. Main Page ` Timeline Before 1789 1789 1790 1791 1792 1793 1794 1795 1796 1797 1798 1799 National Constituent Assembly Legislative Assembly National Convention Directory
    31. 32. Conclusion Works Sited
    32. 33. National Assembly <ul><li>The Estates - together, or seperately ?
    33. 34. The people wanted rights
    34. 35. End bad economy
    35. 36. 1 st Estate: Church
    36. 37. 2 nd Estate: Royalty
    37. 38. 3 rd Estate: The People </li></ul>Source Source Back
    38. 39. Legislative Assembly <ul><li>King wanted power and control
    39. 40. People, and peasants wanted change
    40. 41. Legislative Assembly members are disagreeing with eachother
    41. 42. Parisians fear invaders </li></ul>Image Source Image Source Back
    42. 43. National Convention <ul><li>Jacobins were trying to push the revolution forward
    43. 44. The King, before death, was trying to end the revolution
    44. 45. People were in fear
    45. 46. Girondes wanted power </li></ul>Image Source Image Source Image Source Back
    46. 47. Directory <ul><li>The People are happy
    47. 48. The Directory faces many important decisions
    48. 49. The Revolution is over </li></ul>Image Source Image Source Back
    49. 50. Works Cited &quot;French Revolution.&quot; The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2008. Encyclopedia.com. 6 Apr. 2010 Wikipedia contributors. &quot;French Revolution.&quot; Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 1 Apr. 2010. Web. 7 Apr. 2010. Blaufarb, Rafe. &quot;French Revolution.&quot; World Book Advanced. World Book, 2010. Web. 7 April 2010.

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