Marie deserved to die because she: Spent too much on her own fashion style, her hairstyles were so elaborate an expensive that they could take upwards of five hours to apply. If they treated the royal family the way they wanted to be treated, the monarchs would retaliate, and cause even more death. However I do agree that Louis deserved to die because he was the one who raised the price on bread when the people were in need, he locked the third estate out of the meetings. It was the French who would call her Marie Antoinette. He just wanted to keep expanding the place. I really think that she did not deserve to be killed. In the end it was about how many people died after each day.
In addition, she showed her determination to use force to crush the forthcoming revolution. Louis and Marie should not have been granted a trip to the guillotine, because they were not traitors Louis still had the tittle as a royal person not a citizen his right to do what he wanted should have been granted. Even if many people don't think she deserved to die such a terrible and lonely death, most people still see her as a stupid, selfish airhead who partied her life away whilst the vast majority of her husband's subjects lived in poverty. The reason I think this is. Maybe if they would have lived then they could have shown that they could have done better. When the river was low, it was possible to see shreds of the old wallpaper decorated, ironically, with the fleur-de-lis. She died within a few minutes.
Marie deserved to die too because she was a trader, she was sending letters to Austria. Most of his people needed him, but instead of really helping anyone, he made their lives more difficult and raised the bread prices and taxes. However, she went on to spend two-and-a-half months living in squalor before her trial and eventual execution for treason on 16 October 1793. I agree 100% with you. While the king had complete control of France just years ago, the tables had turned and he, along with his wife, did deserve to die. The exhibition contains a lock of his hair; it also contains a transcript of his mother's trial, where she was accused of incest.
They were letting them starve and making life even harder by raising taxes and bread prices. Again this failed, so Louis convoked the Assembly of Notables in 1787 to discuss a revolutionary new fiscal reform proposed by Calonne. My second reason why is that as a result of the revolution so many bad things happened which in my mind were worse than Absolute rule. High treason is the simplest term. Still, others have been symbols, giving people hope. Did they deserve a death sentence for ignoring the needs of their people? Proper Christian burial of the royal remains took place three days later, on 21 January. They looked forward to using the opportunity to console and soften the captivity of their former mistress, as they had done for the royal prisoners of La Force.
With this people went hungry. Finally, the queen was able to obtain her brother's support against in the and she neutralized French hostility to his alliance with Russia. I know that we thank them for helping us, but look at this he had enough money to feed over 9 million people, for one year! Served as a guiding beacon for creation of commune in small French city of Paris in 1871. Then after they were taken captive she began to trade her country, she sent letters to Austria about France and what their ideas were and helping Austria attack France. While from late 1787 up to his death in June 1789, Marie Antoinette's primary concern was the continued deterioration of the health of the Dauphin, who suffered from , she was directly involved in the exile of the Parlement, the May Edicts, and the announcement regarding the Estates General. France's financial problems were the result of a combination of factors: several expensive wars; a large royal family whose expenditures were paid for by the state; and an unwillingness on the part of most members of the privileged classes, aristocracy and clergy, to help defray the costs of the government out of their own pockets by relinquishing some of their financial privileges.
Get the middle classes feeling sufficiently hard done by and revolution follows. They did deserve to die. Marie and Louis deserved to die for a couple of reasons. It can be considered that she wanted to communicate with her family back home but she also could have been giving secrets to Austria. She had bad teeth, a really masculine build, and a red face, according to the accounts of the day. Marie was a loving mother as it said in the film. He left his people to cause chaos from starvation and anger.
And just the way building up to it is just terrible. The château's high price, almost 6 million , plus the substantial extra cost of redecorating, ensured that much less money was going towards repaying France's substantial debt. Yes, they did not help the people of Paris. I feel that Marie Antoinette deserved to die as well because she was taking advantage of the king and the people. She was super young trying to please the people. They took away most of his power.
Marie Antoinette thought to seek. King Louie should be able to die. It says my location is England, not that I'm from England. He drove the price of bread so high that nobody could eat and he could eat as much as he wanted. By the time of the of 1775, a series of riots due to the high price of flour and bread had damaged her reputation among the general public. Another reason there was an uprising to the French Revolution.
Marie Antoinette deserved to die because she did not care for her country. Did Marie Antoinette deserve to die? If they were such bad rulers, they should have been overthrown. With that said I think that it is fair Louis and Marie go in the guillotine. The parlements resisted the edicts, preventing them from becoming law. It may call for some measures that are not prancing happy.
Even though it would have been hard to overthrow them, the people could have arrested them then let them live, having a new ruler. The French Revolution was a time period on when people were trying to get rid of absolute rulers and also when many people died. He had an enormous responsibility, as the government was deeply in debt, and resentment towards 'despotic' monarchy was on the rise. La folie de bâtir: pavillons d'agrément et folies sous l'Ancien Régime. They tortured and killed them.