French Revolution Storyboard pt. 2

French Revolution Storyboard pt. 2
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  • Declaration of the Rights of Man
  • "Law can only prohibit such actions as are hurtful to society. Nothing may be  prevented which is not forbidden by law, and no one may be forced to do anything not provided for by law. "
  • King Louis XVI attempts to escape.
  • King Louis XVI is Executed
  • So the National Assembly of France started to write the Declaration of the Rights of Man, to separate from the Estates-General and King Louis XVI. 
  • Reign of Terror
  • Georges Danton and Maximilien Robespierre 
  • In 1791, King Louis XVI secretly escaped France to be with some members of the German nobility and and his brother. He was caught along the border, and was accused of treason. 
  • Reign of Terror
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  • Napoleon
  •  Georges Danton   was a popular leader of the French Revolution. He was outspoken, and  adored rallying people in times when it was most needed.  Maximilien Robespierre also believed this, but on the contrary, he believed everyone who was against the revolution should be disposed of.
  • Robespierre believed that everyone who was opposed to the revolution was to be executed, as they were about to behead Danton. 
  • Napoleon Bonaparte was a skilled military leader for France. He was the head of the government for a period of time in 1799, and he began a series of wars, which he planned very well. In 1804, he crowned himself as France's emperor. He decided to spread his rule across Europe, and stopped when he was sent to St. Helena. This is where he died in 1821. Many thought he was a good ruler, yet he was egotistical.  
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