What Started the French Revolution
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What Started the French Revolution?

Began in 1789, the French Revolution transform the social and institutional structures of France. Motivated by enlightenment ideals, revolutionaries overthrow the royal rule system that allow the royalty and aristocracy to have an unfair privileges and taxes over society’s lower classes. So what started the French Revolution? The video below narrate the historical events that led to the bloody rebellion that deposed King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette, abolished feudalism and ended with Napoleon Bonaparte gaining power. See also the Casualties of American Revolution.

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Sashko Danylenko
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serfdom, political reform
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  • The best moment of French revolution is when Queen Marie Antoinette was executed by guillotine.

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28/11/2016