French Revolution: Part 2

French Revolution: Part 2

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  • We want bread!
  • Women's March on Versailles
  • It's too much money!!
  • This is outrageous!
  • Declaration of the Rights of Man
  • This declaration is stating the liberty, property, security and resistance to oppression for the people of France. FREEDOM, FREEDOM, FREEDOM!!
  • Reign of Terror
  • Many women thought that the pricing on bread way too expensive. They marched to Versailles demanding that the National Assembly would provide bread for them and to have king Louis and Marie Antoinette return back to Paris.
  • Execution of Louis XVI and Marie Antionette
  • King Louis XVI and Marie need to come back!!
  • This declaration was the liberty, property, security and resistance to oppression for the people of France. It also provided equal justice, freedom of speech and freedom of religion for the citizens of France.
  • Rise of Napoleon
  • Maximilien Robespierre was a Jacobin leader during the Reign of Terror. He executed about 40,000 people with the guillotine and most of them were from the third estate. The use of Robespierre's terror is where the "Reign of Terror" got it's name from.
  • Fall of Napoleon
  • All of my troops are getting killed by the Russians! I am so cold and hungry, HELP ME!
  • When they returned to France, many French citizens was them executed. They made France in huge debt and had horrible leadership. Both of them were executed by the guillotine in 1791.
  • Napoleon was an amazing army leader which led him to many remarkable victories. He had a sudden seize of power and made government run schools to train officials. Also, he took over France's government and was starting to spread his empire all over Europe.
  • The Battle of Trafalgar was his only loss at war. Great Britain had a better navy and defeated him. They forced Napoleon to give up plans of invading Great Britain. His empire was too big and he couldn't control it anymore. The only areas of Europe that were free from Napoleon's control were: Great Britain, Portugal, Sweden and the Ottoman Empire.
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