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This source provides information regarding the life of King Louis XVI, his reign, how he ascended to power, his fall, and finally guillotined. This source will assist in demonstrating how the King was not successful, popular, and powerful. It was the King's refusal to make compromises with the French people that led to the revolution.
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This website provides information regarding the revolution's history. It provides information of how the revolution came to arise, and it also describes the enlightenment period. This website will assist in demonstrating how the enlightenment greatly affected and pushed for the revolution's support.
L, a. "Remains of the Day." Humanities. N.p., Apr. 2010. Web.
This source provides a different view of the revolution. It looks at the revolution from the point of hospitals and cemeteries. It is important to have another view which is presented by this source. It is important as it shows the killings and beheadings that took place during this reign of terror.
Zeender, Jim. "In Their Own Words: Thomas Jefferson and the Storming of the Bastille." The National Archives. N.p., N.d. Web.
This source provides information in regards to the Bastille storming. The information is based on what someone observed. This source assists in providing a neutral point regarding the Bastille storming.
"Liberty Leading the People" by Eugene Delacroix (1830)
In this painting a woman is depicted leading the French troops while holding the French flag into battle. This painting assists in demonstrating the beginning of the revolution. It also shows the women involvement during the revolution.
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This source provides the history of the revolution, the people who were involved, and the Napoleon Empire. This source allows one to get a better perspective of the French history, which can be used to research other areas mentioned in the text.
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