French Revolution Part 2

French Revolution Part 2
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  • Robespierre Beheads Many People
  • Is there anyone else who wants to speak out against the revolutionary government.
  • Danton goes to Court; Beheaded
  • Me, a traitor? Citizens, you all  know me. I've always worked  for the people, never against  them.
  • George Jacques Danton, you are accused of treason against  the people of France!
  • Robespierre is Beheaded
  • Robespierre executed 30,000 people, because he wanted to get rid of any one who disagrees with the revolutionary government.  
  • Napolean is in the Goverment
  • During court Danton spoke out and argued that he defended the citizens all his life and was devoted to the country and would like to help. But, in the end Danton was charged guilty and sentenced to death. 
  • Napoleon Crowned Emperor
  • Once Robespierre was the master he pushed the Reign of Terror further, but soon after other leaders turned against Robespierre.  Robespierre tried to commit suicide but instead he was carried to the guillotine and executed. 
  • Napoleon's End
  • Poor Napoleon he was sent all the way to South Atlantic. 
  • During the Revolution it was a great opportunity for ambitious people in France. Napoleon Bonaparte was one of them, in the beginning he was just a soldier he had great planning skills and was able to organize battle. But, soon enough  he was recognized for this and was appointed to the head of the government, and was a leader of France.
  • Napoleon had restored France and brought many ideas to the French government. By 1804, he had crowned himself emperor of France. He had just started to spread his empire all across Europe. 
  • After being defeated in Waterloo he was sent to South Atlantic and warned to never come back. But, Napoleon did a lot of things to the French Revolution such as ending nobles special treatment, and he understood that skilled mattered not background. He also did much more to the French Revolution. 
  • He did so much, he combined the Enlightenment with the Revolution
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