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Which accurately describes causes and effects of the French Revolution?

French citizens revolted against Napoleon Bonaparte, sending him to live in exile on St. Helena.

French citizens revolted against their monarchy, causing one of the most violent uprisings in history.

The French army led by Joan of Arc defeated the British during the Hundred Years’ War.

The French army led by Marquis de Lafayette helped the American colonists defeat the British.

Is it B?

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    Yes, B is correct, Rylee. :)

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