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Where did king Louis XVI try to run away to?

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Louis xvi and his family tried to run away to Montmédy, but only made it up to Varennes in France.

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Louis xvi ran away, because there was the revolution in the third estate, who are the peasantry. They had to pay all the taxes and rents for the other two estates and the king. Thus, they had grudge against the king. However at the end, the king couldn't contro the riots, so he ran away. But, he caught in Varennes.

he tried to run away from Paris after the Revolution began to join with the European armies against France!!

He ran away with his wife Marie Antoinette, his two children, the governess of the two children, his sister Elisabeth. Then there was the coachman, first this was Axel von Fersen, but he only drove them out of Paris. After the city border, another coachman took over.

AnswerLouis XV was the King of France and had Louis XVI (his grandson) as his successor. Louis XVI was only 19 years of age when he became King of France (his grandfather Louis XV had died of smallpox). Louis XVI, unlike his two younger brothers, never wanted to become King of France. He was very decisive less and shy, wanted nothing but the best for his French people, but did not know how to reign his country best. Therefore, during Louis XIV's and Louis XV's reign, a horrible debt in the countries finances was created (400 million livres!), which was the legacy to Louis XVI. The latter never could set that straight again and was eventually guillotined for it.Louis XIV was the Sun King, le Roi Soleil. His reign was studded with success and glamour. It was he who built Versailles, a palace unrivalled before or since. He made France the dominant European power, but in doing so, as stated above, he bankrupted the state. When Louis XVI came to the throne he inherited not the glamour, but the debt, and could not successfully run his country. However, the reign of the Sun King (so-called to associate with Apollo - the Sun was the King's emblem) was not solely responsible for the failure and execution of Louis XVI

He wanted to get the King of Austria to come to France with his troops and kill everybody.

He knew that if he wouldn't, the monarchy would die for sure and he and his wife, Queen Marie Antoinette, would be dethroned. He wanted to try to get across the border in order to rescue the monarchy from dying so the throne would be saved. He also knew that if he wouldn't succeed, the monarchy would be slaughtered after all. He decided to take the risk after Marie Antoinette had begged him to do so.

We don´t know entirerly all of the 33 charges , but all of the 33 charges that were ploted against him were all the things he had done, he also had to accept the constitution he hated, for eg p<loting against the revolutin , trying to run away.

run away screaming like a little girl sing to it

He knew that if he wouldn't, the monarchy would die for sure and he and his wife, Queen Marie Antoinette, would be dethroned. He wanted to try to get across the border in order to rescue the monarchy from dying so the throne would be saved. He also knew that if he wouldn't succeed, the monarchy would be slaughtered after all. He decided to take the risk after Marie Antoinette had begged him to do so.

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King Louis XVI was a man of good intentions, just not quite cut out to be king. He declared himself the absolute ruler of France, while not quite understanding how to run it efficiently. While the economy failed and people went starving, he sat idly by. You may have heard of his wife's famous saying, "Let them eat cake." The story behind that goes something like, as the French people were starving and without bread to eat, a man asked Mary Antoinette (Louis's wife) what was to be done about it. She replied, simply, "Let them eat cake." Louis's ideas weren't far from it. He was eventually executed, due to his ruling being entirely counterproductive.

He murders King Duncan. Duncan's sons run away to Ireland and England in fear of their own life; Macbeth is next in line to be king. That is how he became king.

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King Tut didn't run for king at all, In fact, he was automatically king when his father died.

some of them did run away but others were just afraid that they would be caught, or die trying to run away

Positive advantages - The advantages of having a monarchy as a form of government is that the Monarch doesn't have to be re-elected so they don't make short term plans to increase popularity, instead they look towards the future and do what is best for their country in the long run. Negative disadvantages - The Negative effects of a Monarchy is that they are born in to royalty and they have no concept of what the workers and labours go through or who they live. An example of this *according to the British* when the French King and Queen (King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette) were told that the people had no bread to eat, replied with 'Let them eat cake' to which had the French revolutionist storm the Palace of Versailles, where the royal family lived, arrested King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette and later executed them both at Place DE la Concorde

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