King Louis XVI was executed because he was confirmed of his accusation of treason after attempting to leave his people. The people also believed that he had to die for France to live.
Napoleon's Rise to Power
Robespierre was also executed after he rose to power. Members of the Convention turned on the Committee of Public Safety and arrested him and he was executed the day after. This caused the number of executions to skyrocket and many people began dying.
Napoleon's domestic and foreign policies
The directory was a committee which governed France but was overthrown by Napoleon and replaced by the French Consulate.
No, how could I lose again!?!
Napoleon was an important leader that quickly rose up in the ranks as he continued win battles and rose in power.
One of Napoleon's main domestic policies was to restore some of the church's power and it could not control politics anymore in France. Other domestic policies included the bank of France, and civil code; the foreign policies includes the render of Germany, Treaty of Luneville, and Treaty of Amiens.
After Paris was captured, Napoleon was exiled to the island of Elba and lost his throne. However, he returned to France and took control once again and fought in the battle of Waterloo but he lost once again. After that, he was exiled to St. Helena for a final time.