The French Revolutionary Part 2
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Why is there a shortage of bread recently? We would like for you to reduce this problem
The March on Versailles
We want the king and his family dead!
The Reign of Terror
The Rise of Napoleon
It's great to be a hero. Well, time to go sign the papers so we can create the Consul.
In 1789, thousand of Parisians women marched 12 miles to Versailles to where King Louis XVI is. Some were hungry and petitioned the king to make the bread shortages less severe. Others wanted the king and his family to suffer, and the other people wanted the King to leave Versailles and go back to Paris.
The Reign of Terror was not driven by one man, one body or one policy; It was a child of many of may parents and was shaped by different forces or factors. In the summer of 1973 and 1974, 50,000 people were killed for suspected-revolutionary activity or "crimes against liberty".
Napoleon was successful by suppressing uprisings against the government and victorious in his Italian campaigns. He returned as a hero and became the first consul of France and had total power.
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