immediate  cause of french revolution a. write answer in 5 points.

Asked by harshakabra12 | 17th Apr, 2016, 08:59: PM

Expert Answer:

Following points elaborate what circumstances led to the outbreak of the French Revolution:
  • Even as the National Assembly was is session in France in 1789, Paris was in the throes of panic and violence.
  • Years of repression and injustice had especially left the Parisian mobs volatile towards royalist and machinations to continue the feudal privileges.
  • As a result, on July 14, 1789, a rioting mob attacked the Bastille prison in order to obtain weapons.
  • They also freed many of the political prisoners in the process.
  • This turned out to be the immediate cause of the outbreak of the French Revolution.

Answered by Soumil Shukla | 18th Apr, 2016, 03:17: PM

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