THE FRENCH REVOLUTION STORYBOARD 2

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION STORYBOARD 2
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  • THE UPRISING
  • The king is taking way to long to make up his mind, we need to make matters into our own hands, soon the regime will become....THE OLD REGIME*said with determination*.
  • REIGN OF TERROR
  • LAW #4
  • "NEW RULE'S"
  • LAW #1
  • LAW #3
  • LAW #2
  • LAW #5
  • THE GUILLOTINE
  • Guess im not needed anymore.
  • This group soon took control of the country. They changed names over time to the Legislative Assembly and, later, to the National Convention. After the Reign of Terror, a new government was formed called the Directory. The Directory ruled until Napoleon took control.
  • POLITICAL CLUBS
  • JACOBIN CLUB
  • CORDELIERS
  • THE FEUILLANTS CLUB
  • End of the French monarchy, feudalism, and took political power from the Catholic church.
  • The darkest period of the French Revolution is called the Reign of Terror which lasted from 1793 to 1794. During this time, a man named Robespierre led the National Convention and the Committee of Public Safety. He wanted to stamp out any opposition to the revolution, so he called for a rule of "Terror."
  • OUTCOME OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
  • New ideas brought to Europe including liberty and freedom
  • Laws were passed that said anyone suspected of treason could be arrested and executed by guillotine. Thousands of people were executed including Queen Marie Antoinette and many of Robespierre's political rivals. 
  • ENDING
  • November 9, 1799
  • Many of the new political ideas and alliances of the French Revolution were formed in political clubs. These clubs included the powerful Jacobin Club (led by Robespierre), the Cordeliers, the Feuillants Club, and the Pantheon Club. 
  • PANTHEON
  • The French Revolution completely changed the social and political structure of France. It put an end to the French monarchy, feudalism, and took political power from the Catholic church. It brought new ideas to Europe including liberty and freedom for the commoner as well as the abolishment of slavery and the rights of women. Although the revolution ended with the rise of Napoleon, the ideas and reforms did not die. These new ideas continued to influence Europe and helped to shape many of Europe's modern-day governments. 
  • Abolishment of slavery and the rights of women.
  • The revolution ended with the rise of Napoleon but the ideas are still relevant in modern society including his CONTINENTAL SYSTEM that was later called many other things throughout history.
  • The month,day,and year "The French Revolution" was ended.
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