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Estates General. The significance of the Estates General increased during the Hundred Years’ War (1337-1453), when the king was in particular need of money. During the 14th-century popular uprisings (the Paris Uprising of 1357-58 and the Jacquerie of 1358) the Estates General claimed a more active role in governing the country.Why was the Estates General important?
The Estates General was made up of different groups of people called "Estates.". The "Estates" were important social divisions in the culture of ancient France. What estate you belonged to had a major impact on your social status and quality of life.What happened at the Estates General Meeting?
The Estates-General was a key event in the French Revolution. This began as a meeting of the "three estates" of French society (the nobility, clergy, and peasantry) to try and solve the issues troubling the nation. The government was in extreme debt due to their involvement in a number of wars and several years of crop failure.What is the definition of Estates General?
The Estates General of 1789 was a general assembly representing the French estates of the realm: the clergy (First Estate), the nobility (Second Estate), and the commoners (Third Estate).