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  • Shivani

    June 16, 2021 at 11:01 am
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    On the 14th of July, 1789, the prison, in the eastern part of Paris, commonly known as Paris, and it was attacked by an angry and aggressive mob. The prison was a symbol of the authoritarian rule of the government, and that this event was one of the defining moments in the Revolution. This article describes some of the events of the 14th of July, was published in the English-language newspaper, and I Got a couple of days after the incident took place. The medieval fortress of the eight 30-foot-high towers that towered over the skyline of the city of Paris, france. When the prison was, it contained only seven prisoners, but the crowd wasn’t there for them, and they came to a question of huge ammunition depots, which are located in the prison’s walls. And when the chief, and therefore refused to obey the crowd, and, after a fierce fight, and eventually occupied the building. The governor general was taken prisoner and put to death, and his head carried through the streets to the top. The storming of the Bastille, which symbolically marked the beginning of the French Revolution abolished the monarchy and established a republic based on the idea of “liberty, equality, and fraternity”. In France, the “storming of the Bastille”, is still celebrated annually as a national holiday.

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