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French Revolution Part 2
Updated: 11/14/2019
French Revolution Part 2
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  • Decloration(Stage Four)
  • Exicution of the King Louis
  • Reign of Terror
  • The Decloration of the Rights of the Man and of the Citizen was written on August 26th of 1789. It was written by the National Assembley whom had taken over that summer. The reason why they wrote the decloration was that man was being treated unfairly and wanted to be treated equally.
  • Reign of Terror Goes Out of Control
  • After the declocloration was written King Louis XVI was sent to the guillotine in 1793. He was executed because he tried to flee France to go join his brothers and other nobles. He was stopped at the German border and sent back to paris and was tried for treason. A day after his trial he was sentenced to a public death at the guillotine.
  • Napolen Names Himself Emporer(Stage Five)
  • The Reign of Terror was a time period when the leaders gave up the idea of monarchy totally and wanted a new way of life. The french started to send their ideas all around Europue, but the leaders of Britian, Austria, Neterlands, and Pruassia were horrified with the ideas and went to war with France.
  • Napolen gets kicked out of being Emporer
  • The government leaders started to kill anyone they suspected was against and or talked about the revolution badly. They were sentenced to death at the guilletione in public. The effect of all of these death the French lost hundreds of people a week and in the end they lost 40,000 people.
  • Napolen takes over after The Terror ends and names himself emporer of France. Napolen was involved in the war because he is the one who led them! He was the already part of the government because of his place as a generel in the army.
  • After the Battle of Waterloo Napolen was exiled by the British. He was sent to Saint Helena in the South Atlantic and was never to return back.
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