These 20+ resources cover the French Revolution, Napoleon, and the Congress of Vienna. Topics include but are not limited to: the Estates General, National Assembly, Tennis Court Oath, Great Fear, Reign of Terror, Jacobins, Declaration of Rights of Man, guillotine, and Napoleon. You get three prim
the Tennis Court Oath June 17, 1789 - June 20, 1789 Was a commitment to a national constitution and representative government, taken by the delegates at the Estates- General at Versailles
Tennis Court Oath A pledge taken by the members of the Third Estate/National Assembly that said they would not leave where they were until they had created a new constitution for France Storming of the Bastille
Tennis Court Oath. 4th event. Storming of the Bastille. 5th event. The Great Fear. 6th event. Declaration of the Rights of Man. 7th event.
what do the great fear, the reign of terror, the tennis court oath and the storming of Bastille have in common events of the French Revolution what was created and expanded die to the industrial revolution
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The representatives of the Third Estate took the Tennis Court Oath on June 20, 1789 pledging not to separate until they had given France a constitution. This was followed by the Storming of the Bastille and the Women’s March on Versailles, incidents through which the Revolution gathered momentum
Rf0809. World History Chapter 23 terms- French Revolution. Old Regime. Estates-General. Tennis Court Oath. Great Fear. The Political and Social system that existed in France before…. An assembly of representatives from all three of the estates,…. Promise made by Third Estate representatives to draw up a new….
A jail, mob storms Bastille on July 14,1789, known as "Bastille day" 98 people died, beheaded commander of jail and carried it around on a stic Great fear Where peasants and 3rd estate release anger on the wealthy.
Alexander the Great Primary Source Worksheet teaches students about the motivation behind the man, through map skills and primary source document analysis. This short activity focuses on Alexander’s speech before his last battle of India before turning back. This can be used in class or as homework as it’s a completely stand alone assignment.