what was the immediate cause of french revolution

 Q- what was the immediate cause of French revolution?

Answer- A sever winter had caused a bad harvest, the price of bread rises, ofter bakers exploited the situation and hoarded supplies. After spending long hours in long queues at the bakery, crowds of angry women stormed in the shop at the same time, the king ordered troops to move into paris and on 14th July the agitated crown stormed the vastille.

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