“Liberty, equality, fraternity” – Motto of the French Revolution.

“The French Revolution is the most important event in history, much more important than the discovery of America.” – Victor Hugo

“The French Revolution is a seed planted by liberty, watered by blood, and blossomed with the world’s hope.” – Thomas Paine

“In the French Revolution, everything was different, and everything had a meaning.” – Gertrude Stein

“The French Revolution was a revolution of the human spirit.” – Francois Mitterrand

“The French Revolution is the starting point of modern politics.” – Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

“The French Revolution gave birth to the idea of the nation.” – Albert Camus

“The French Revolution was the first modern revolution, the quintessential revolution of the Age of Enlightenment.” – Élie Faure

“The French Revolution was a turning point in the history of humanity.” – Jean-Paul Marat

“The French Revolution achieved a new balance between individual rights and the power of the state.” – Alexis de Tocqueville

“The French Revolution shattered the old order and gave birth to modern politics.” – Simon Schama

“The French Revolution proved that people can change their destiny through collective action.” – Jean-Paul Sartre

“The French Revolution taught us that the road to liberty is paved with sacrifices.” – Maximilien Robespierre

“The French Revolution was a battle between hope and fear, and hope ultimately triumphed.” – Victor Schoelcher

“The French Revolution showed us the power of popular uprising and the danger of unchecked power.” – François de La Rocque

“The French Revolution was a revolution of the people against oppressive monarchy and aristocracy.” – Georges Danton

“The French Revolution challenged the idea of divine right and permanently altered the course of history.” – Voltaire

“The French Revolution was a heroic struggle for equality and justice.” – Marquis de Lafayette

“The French Revolution demonstrated the transformative power of ideas and the potential for change.” – Montesquieu

“The French Revolution unleashed the forces of nationalism and ignited a fire that spread throughout Europe.” – Ernst Nolte

“The French Revolution was a catalyst for social and political transformations across the globe.” – Karl Marx

“The French Revolution was a revolution of intellectuals and dreamers.” – Edmund Burke

“The French Revolution reminds us that revolutions are messy, unpredictable, and often violent affairs.” – Arthur Young

“The French Revolution was a wake-up call to monarchs everywhere that their power was not absolute.” – Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord

“The French Revolution was a defining moment in the struggle for human rights.” – Condorcet

“The French Revolution was a crucible of change that left an indelible mark on history.” – Napoleon Bonaparte