Why were kings from other countries worried about the French Revolution?
The "coalition" kings were afraid of
a) a "domino effect" in their own kingdoms. They feared that their people may uprise just like the French did.
b) war and revolutionary France's military ambitions. By 1789, France was the most populated state of western Europe and gathered a huge number of benevolent soldiers to its borders to secure the young Republic and its zones of influence.
c) Commercial and political instability resulting from a change in the "balance of power" that kept a fragile "statu quo" ruling Europe.
Without the French Revolution, people would not have the rights they do today. The French Revolution was all about every person having equal rights, regardless of how much money they have and so on. In the past, kings and royal people had more rights than most the people. The French Revolution changed that.
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the french care so much about the revolution because it made a massive impact on, not just France, but Europe! if the revolution had not happened, France and possibly even the rest of Europe would not be what it is today. France might still have estates, kings and bad execution habits but because of this revolution, people all around Europe started to realise what France had become. i hope this answer is helpful :)