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One of the causes of the French Revolution were the unfair social classes, also known as estates. These were made of three classes, the Catholic Clergy (top), Aristocracy (middle), and the merchants, teachers, etc (bottom)
Tired of the unfair social systems and taxes, the lowest estate led an attack on the Bastille prison to free the unlawfully captured prisoners. This was the turning point of the French Revolution.
The Reign of Terror occurred when the government was collapsing, and groups were forming and killing one another. Very much filled with chaos, and thousands of people died. Fatality.
Napoleon Bonaparte restructured the broken French government and performed a coup 'de teat to bring France out of the Reign of Terror and into a new, successful regime.
Napoleon soon led the French to one of the most embarrassing military losses of all time. In an attempt to expand France's borders, he sought to takeover Russia. Unfortunately, the winter season didn't quite agree with the French Forces, and Russian had the upper hand.
Napoleon was eventually exiled twice; the first he escaped, but the second, he perished on the island of Saint Helena.
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