This Reign of Terror will end with you on the Guillotine!
March on Versailles
You come back to Paris and sign the Declaration of theRights of Man or we will kill you
The Bastille was a symbol of the governmental abuse of power, which the french people despised. On July 14th, 1789, rioters stormed the Bastille, looking for gunpowder and weapons. They eventually tore it down brick by brick.
The Execution of Louis XVI
The traitor King Louis XVI is dead!!
During the Great Fear, a wave of violence took over France, leading peasants to rain noblemen's homes for their flour ( which the price had risen ) and tear up the documents binding them to the land.
Before Execution of Marie Antoinette
Down with Marie Antoinette! Down with Madem Deficit!
After the King dismissed the Declaration of the Rights of Man, the women of Paris marched on Versailles and demanded that the royal family return to Paris. In fear that they would be killed, the royal family returned to Paris
The Execution of Maximilien Robespierre
I heard there might be a Coup d'état to overthrow the directory...
After caught trying to flee the nation, King Louis XVI was put on trial and convicted of treason. He was sentenced to death via guillotine. He was executed January 1793
After her husband was executed, Marie Antoinette was also put on trial, and found guilty of treason and other charges. She was executed October 16, 1793
After taking over as a dictator after the revolution, Maximilien Robespierre radically changed France, and not many french liked the changes. Eventually, after committing treason and being tried for it, he was sentenced to death by the guillotine on July 28, 1794