Attack on the Tuileries Castle

Attack on the Tuileries Castle and Suspension of the king.

The political crisis took a radical turn when a group of rebels led by the extremist Jacobins from the Marseille and Brittany regions attacked the royal residence.

The Parisians and masses from other regions of France invaded the Tuileries Palace, where Louis XVI lives. The masses attacked the Tuileries Castle, massacred the Swiss Guard, and arrested king Louis XVI with his family on August 10, 1792.

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