At the beginning of the revolution, the population of France believed in a good king. Thus, during the campaign against Versailles on October 6, 1789, women walked with the slogans “Long live the king!”
Until 1791, there was no unity among the deputies of the Legislative Assembly on the issue of the organization of political power in the country; most of the deputies were supporters of a limited monarchy.
On June 20, 1791, the king tried to flee the country and join the “white emigration”, but was detained and returned to Paris. In the capital, Louis XVI was accused of betraying the revolution. Many deputies began to demand the trial of the king.
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