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Who is the old king and queen for France?

The last real King and Queen of France were King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette. They both got killed by the French revolutionists during the French revolution in 1793.

In 1793 geoege Washington laid the cornerstone of the US in wahington DC?

In 1793 a war broke out between Revolutionary France and Britain/allies. George Washington announce US neutrality with his cabinet's approval in 1793.

Does France have a king or a queen?

France is not a monarchy and therefore does not have a King and Queen. France is a republic and has a president, Nicolas Sarcozy. France used to be a monarchy, but during the French Revolution the French killed their last King and Queen (Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette) because at that time France was bankrupt and the people were starving. They blamed it all on their King and Queen, which was not fair. Though, the revolutionists wanted France to become a republic so the bourgeoisie could reign alongside their president. In the monarchy France used to be, this was not the case, and the King had the only right to reign the way he saw fit.

Who did Jefferson support at the start of the war between France and England?

At the beginning of the British French War of 1793 Thomas Jefferson was in support of France. He believed that the Americans owed their loyalties to this country because of their support during the American Revolution.

Who was the wife of the king during the French Revolution?

The Queen of France at the time of the French Revolution was Marie Antoinette. The King was Louis XVI. After the execution of Louis XVI on January 21, 1793, Marie Antoinette Plunged deep in mourning where she would not eat. In time, she was suffering tuberculosis and possibly uterine cancer. However, her trial still went on. She was found guilty of treason and was executed by the guillotine on October 16, 1793. There was a quote heard from her ""Pardon me Sir, I meant not to do it", to Sanson the executioner in response to her stepping on his foot. She was just short of her 38th birthday. She and the King had two children. Her son, Louis Charles, died in prison in 1795 and her daughter, Marie Thérèse, returned to Austria in a prisoner exchange, married and died childless in 1851. As a side note, a famous American, Thomas Paine advocated exile for Marie into the United States.

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What was the name of Queen Consort of France's Louis XVI guillotined for treason in 1793?

Queen Marie Antoinette.

What happen to Louis xiv and Marie Antoinette in 1793?

In 1789, right after the storming of the Bastille they were put under "house arrest" in the Tuillerie palace in Paris. In 1791 they were arrested in Varennes and were brought back to the Tuillerie palace, and in 1792 they were imprissoned at the Temple prison.

Where did King Louis XVI die at in France?

King Louis XVI was guillotined at Place de la Revolution on the 21st of January, 1793

What is the date that Louis XVI excuted?

King Louis XVI of France was executed on 21 January 1793.

Who were the monarchs of France during the revolution?

Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette were the king and queen of France during the revolution until they were guillotined

What happend to the Queen of France?

Queen Marie Antoinette was executed by the guillotine on 16 October 1793.

Who was the last queenof France?

That was Queen Marie Antoinette (1755 - 1793).

How Marie Antoinette was killed?

Marie Antoinette was, after a trial, decapitated by the Revolutionists, together with her husband Louis XVI of France in 1793.She was guillotined.

What year was Marie Antoinette guillotined?

Marie Antoinette was executed by guillotine on October 16, 1793. She was the wife of King Louis XVI of France. Her execution was nine months after her husband's execution during the French Revolution.

Who was queen Marie Antoinette?

Marie Antoinette's husband was King Louis XVI of France. Both of them were guillotined during the French Revolution.

How did Louis XVI and his wife die?

King Louis XVI was executed by guillotine 21 January 1793 as "Citoyen Louis Capet". Marie Antoinette was executed on 16 October 1793

When did Jean-Paul Marat die?

He was stabbed to death while in the bath by Charlotte Corday.