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The Tennis Court Oath was important to the French Revolution as it signified the first time that French citizens were opposed to the King, Louis xvi's orders.

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The Tennis Court Oath was a very important event during the early days of the French Revolution - members of the Third Estate who were locked out of a meeting of the Estates-General held a conference in a tennis court.


During the French Revolution, on 20 June 1789.


It marks the beginning of the French Revolution.


"Tennis court" in English is court de tennis in French.


The official date for the start of the French Revolution is the 14th of July 1789. That was the day of the storming of the Bastille and the Tennis Court oath.


It marked the beginning of the French Revolution, and was when the majority of the population (known as the Third Estate) took control of the country.


Mostly, real tennis was played. (The Tennis Court Oath was taken on a real tennis court.) You can find out more about real tennis by visiting http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Real_tennis .


The Tennis Court Oath. The Women's March on Versailles. The Storming of the Bastille.


it lead to the french revolution by setting a bill to the congress



The official date of the start of the French Revolution is July 14th 1789. On that day, the Bastille prison was stormed and this is considered the start of the revolution (that, and the signing of the Tennis Court Oath).


The official date for the start of the French Revolution is the 14th of July 1789. That was the day of the storming of the Bastille and the Tennis Court oath.


In the early days of the French Revolution, the Estates General locked out the Third Estate (those who were not nobles or clergymen). They made a makeshift conference room in a tennis court. There they began reconstructing the French constitution.


They are the common people in the french revolution. They were the majorirt of the people. They were the ones that started the Tennis Court Oath


That was the date that the Tennis Court Oath was taken by the representatives of the Third Estate.


1. The Tennis Court Oath is an oath that the people took that they would not break up until a new constitution was formed. The Oath was important because it was the beginning of the French Revolution.


La Bastille. It was stormed on the 14th of July 1789 and this event is condidered the start of the French Revolution (together with the tennis court oath).


That pledge was called the "Tennis Court Oath". This pledge, and the storming of the Bastille prison marked the beginning of the French revolution.


Like the Bastille, it was a grass roots effort and like the Tennis Court Oath, it played a major part in the start of the Revolution.


The Tennis Court Oath (French: serment du jeu de paume) was a pivotal event during the first days of the French Revolution. The Oath was a pledge signed by 576 out of the 577 members from the Third Estate who were locked out of a meeting of theEstates-General on 20 June 1789 in a tennis court.


The Meeting of the Estates-General Establishment of the National Assembly Tennis Court Oath Storming of the Bastille


i ran into the same question a while back i cant find the crossword puzzle but i believe it is a tennis court, where the tennis court oath was made


The Third Estate withdrew from the Estates-General and formed up the National Assembly. On June 20, 1789, Members of the National Assembly met at a tennis court. They signed a oath which stated that they would not disband until Louis XVI introduced a constitution. It was known as the Tennis Court Oath.


The official start of the Revolution was the storming of the Bastille at the 14th of July 1789 and the Tennis Court Oath.It began on 14 July 1789 with the Storming of the Bastille.



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