Where was Marie Antoinette imprisoned?
One Source of Acquisitions Against Queen Marie Antoinette:
In late 1780, Marie's mother, Archduchess Maria Theresa, died, and Marie became concerned about her standing in France and France's standing with Austria. During the summer of 1781, Marie's brother, Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II, visited with her and confirmed her security in both France and France's status with Austria. After he left, rumors began circulating in France that the Queen was taking money from the treasury and giving it to the Austrians (an acquisition that was brought to trial in late 1793).
Answer and Explanation:
Marie Antoinette was imprisoned in the Palace of Tuileries, the Temple Prison, and the Conciergerie. In late June 1791, the royal family attempted to...
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from AP European History: Help and ReviewChapter 11 / Lesson 12