At the beginning of the French Revolution, a number of members of the Third Estate and some from the First Estate signed what became known as the Tennis Court Oath. These members met during the Estates-General of June 20, 1789 at a tennis court located near the Palace of Versailles. 576 of the 577 people attending signed the document.
- Who Established the National Constituent Assembly?
- Meeting of the Estates General
- France’s Executive Directory
- Who Formed the Jacobin Club?
- Who Wrote the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen?