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  • French Revolution Guided Notes: Section 2 & 3 (Assign #9) p.114 - 125 I) THE GREAT FEAR V) PROBLEMS FROM OUTSIII) GREAT FEAR LEADS TOVI) ANOTHER NEW FORM O REFORMIII) DECLARATION OF RIGHTS OF MANOF TERROR VII) REIGNIV) TRYING TO RESTRUCTURE END GOVT TERROR VIII) THE OF THE
  • p.114 & 116-117 I. The Great Fear• Rumors began that were coming to ________ people of the Estate.• panic and take up weapons but are met by no one.• The then became a wild mob and attack members of the Estate.• In addition, people blamed and for the rising price of .• Eventually, Parisians march at the Palace of ___________ and demand that and come to Paris.• The exile from signaled the __________ ______and about to take place in France.
  • p.114 & 116-117 I. The Great Fear• Rumors began that outlaws were coming to terrorize people of the Third Estate.• panic and take up weapons but are met by no one.• The then became a wild mob and attack members of the Estate.• In addition, people blamed and for the rising price of .• Eventually, Parisians march at the Palace of ___________ and demand that and come to Paris.• The exile from signaled the __________ ______and about to take place in France.
  • p.114 & 116-117 I. The Great Fear• Rumors began that outlaws were coming to terrorize people of the Third Estate.• Peasants panic and take up weapons but are met by no one.• The then became a wild mob and attack members of the Estate.• In addition, people blamed and for the rising price of .• Eventually, Parisians march at the Palace of ___________ and demand that and come to Paris.• The exile from signaled the __________
  • p.114 & 116-117 I. The Great Fear• Rumors began that outlaws were coming to terrorize people of the Third Estate.• Peasants panic and take up weapons but are met by no one.• The peasants then became a wild mob and attack members of the First Estate.• In addition, people blamed and for the rising price of .• Eventually, Parisians march at the Palace of ___________ and demand that and come to Paris.• The exile from signaled the __________
  • p.114 & 116-117 I. The Great Fear• Rumors began that outlaws were coming to terrorize people of the Third Estate.• Peasants panic and take up weapons but are met by no one.• The peasants then became a wild mob and attack members of the First Estate.• In addition, people blamed King and Queen for the rising price of bread.• Eventually, Parisians march at the Palace of ___________ and demand that and come to Paris.• The exile from signaled the __________
  • p.114 & 116-117 I. The Great Fear• Rumors began that outlaws were coming to terrorize people of the Third Estate.• Peasants panic & take up weapons but are met by no one.• The peasants then became a wild mob and attack members of the First Estate.• In addition, people blamed King and Queen for the rising price of bread.• Eventually, Parisians march at the Palace of Versailles and demand that King Louis and Marie Antoinette come to Paris.• The ’s exile from signaled the _________
  • p.114 & 116-117 I. The Great Fear• Rumors began that outlaws were coming to terrorize people of the Third Estate.• Peasants panic & take up weapons but are met by no one.• The peasants then became a wild mob and attack members of the First Estate.• In addition, people blamed King and Queen for the rising price of bread.• Eventually, Parisians march at the Palace of Versailles and demand that King Louis and Marie Antoinette come to Paris.• The king’s exile from Versailles signaled the change of power and radical reforms about to take place in France. Back to Main
  • p.115 II. The Great Fear Leads to Reform A)The and estates called a meeting of the . B)The meeting called for the end of _______ _______ and made equal with _____ and .
  • p.115 II. The Great Fear Leads to Reform A)The First and Second estates called a meeting of the N . B)The meeting called for the end of _______ _______ and made equal with _____ and .
  • p.115 II. The Great Fear Leads to Reform A)The First and Second estates called a meeting of the National Assembly. B)The meeting called for the end of f______ p_______ and made p equal with _____ and .
  • p.115 II. The Great Fear Leads to Reform A)The First and Second estates called a meeting of the National Assembly. B)The meeting called for the end of feudal privileges and made p equal with _____ and .
  • p.115 II. The Great Fear Leads to Reform A)The First and Second estates called a meeting of the National Assembly. B)The meeting called for the end of feudal privileges and made peasants equal with _____ and .
  • p.115 II. The Great Fear Leads to Reform A)The First and Second estates called a meeting of the National Assembly. B)The meeting called for the end of feudal privileges and made peasants equal with Nobles and C .
  • p.115 II. The Great Fear Leads to Reform A)The First and Second estates called a meeting of the National Assembly. B)The meeting called for the end of feudal privileges and made peasants equal with Nobles and Clergy. Back to Main
  • III. The Declaration of Rights ofp. 115 -116 & 120 Man A)The N_______ A_______ adopted a statement of revolutionary ideas. B)This statement was commonly known as D__________ __ ______________. C)The document was influenced by E_______________ & _______________________. D)The document stated that “________________ ___ ____ _____ .” E)Some of the man’s rights were l_____, p_____, s______, and _______ __ _________. F)This document also guaranteed citizens 1)____________, 2)______________, 3) ________________. G)The Declaration of Rights of Man did NOT apply to ______.
  • III. The Declaration of Rights ofp. 115 -116 & 120 A)The National AssemblyMan a statement of adopted revolutionary ideas. B)This statement was commonly known as D__________ __ ______________. C)The document was influenced by E_______________ & _______________________. D)The document stated that “________________ ___ ____ _____ .” E)Some of the man’s rights were l_____, p_____, s______, and _______ __ _________. F)This document also guaranteed citizens 1)____________, 2)______________, 3) ________________. G)The Declaration of Rights of Man did NOT apply to ______.
  • III. The Declaration of Rights ofp. 115 -116 & 120 A)The National AssemblyMan a statement of adopted revolutionary ideas. B)This statement was commonly known as Declaration of the Rights of Man. C)The document was influenced by E_______________ & _______________________. D)The document stated that “___ ____________ __ _____ ________ .” E)Some of the man’s rights were l_____, p_____, s______, and _______ __ _________. F)This document also guaranteed citizens 1)____________, 2)______________, 3) ________________. G)The Declaration of Rights of Man did NOT apply to ______.
  • III. The Declaration of Rights ofp. 115 -116 & 120 A)The National AssemblyMan a statement of adopted revolutionary ideas. B)This statement was commonly known as Declaration of the Rights of Man. C)The document was influenced by Enlightenment ideas & US Declaration of Independence. D)The document stated that “Men are born ____________ ______ .” E)Some of the man’s rights were l_____, p_____, s______, and _______ __ _________. F)This document also guaranteed citizens 1)____________, 2)______________, 3) ________________. G)The Declaration of Rights of Man did NOT apply to ______.
  • III. The Declaration of Rights ofp. 115 -116 & 120 A)The National AssemblyMan a statement of adopted revolutionary ideas. B)This statement was commonly known as Declaration of the Rights of Man. C)The document was influenced by Enlightenment ideas & US Declaration of Independence. D)The document stated that “Men are born free and equal in rights.” E)Some of the man’s rights were l_____, p_____, s______, and _______ __ _________. F)This document also guaranteed citizens 1)____________, 2)______________, 3) ________________. G)The Declaration of Rights of Man did NOT apply to ______.
  • III. The Declaration of Rights ofp. 115 -116 & 120 A)The National AssemblyMan a statement of adopted revolutionary ideas. B)This statement was commonly known as Declaration of the Rights of Man. C)The document was influenced by Enlightenment ideas & Declaration of Independence. D)The document stated that “Men are born free and equal in rights.” E)Some of the man’s rights were liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression. F)This document also guaranteed citizens 1)Equal j_____, 2)Freedom of s______, 3)Freedom of r______. G)The Declaration of Rights of Man did NOT apply to ______.
  • III. The Declaration of Rights ofp. 115 -116 & 120 A)The National AssemblyMan a statement of adopted revolutionary ideas. B)This statement was commonly known as Declaration of the Rights of Man. C)The document was influenced by Enlightenment ideas & Declaration of Independence. D)The document stated that “Men are born free and equal in rights.” E)Some of the man’s rights were liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression. F)This document also guaranteed citizens 1)Equal justice, 2)Freedom of speech, 3)Freedom of religions. G)The Declaration of Rights of Man did NOT apply to ______.
  • III. The Declaration of Rights ofp. 115 -116 & 120 A)The National AssemblyMan a statement of adopted revolutionary ideas. B)This statement was commonly known as Declaration of the Rights of Man. C)The document was influenced by Enlightenment ideas & Declaration of Independence. D)The document stated that “Men are born free and equal in rights.” E)Some of the man’s rights were liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression. F)This document also guaranteed citizens 1)Equal justice, 2)Freedom of speech, 3)Freedom of religions. G)The Declaration of Rights of Man did NOT apply to women. Back to Main
  • p. 117 III. Reforms ContinueA)The National Assembly took over c_____ l____.B)The delegates of the National Assembly would rather sell c_____ l___ than to t__ the B__________ to pay off France’s large debt.C)The changes in the church led to differences between the p______ and the B__________.D)The ________ were strong __________ and would NOT support the _________ once changes were made to the Church.
  • p. 117 III. Reforms ContinueA)The National Assembly took over church lands.B)The delegates of the National Assembly would rather sell c_____ l___ than to t__ the B__________ to pay off France’s large debt.C)The changes in the church led to differences between the p______ and the B__________.D)The ________ were strong __________ and would NOT support the _________ once changes were made to the Church.
  • p. 117 III. Reforms ContinueA)The National Assembly took over church lands.B)The delegates of the National Assembly would rather sell church lands than to tax the Bourgeoisie to pay off France’s large debt.C)The changes in the church led to differences between the p______ and the B__________.D)The ________ were strong __________ and would NOT support the _________ once changes were made to the Church.
  • p. 117 III. Reforms ContinueA)The National Assembly took over church lands.B)The delegates of the National Assembly would rather sell church lands than to tax the Bourgeoisie to pay off France’s large debt.C)The changes in the church led to differences between the peasants and the Bourgeoisie.D)The ________ were strong __________ and would NOT support the _________ once changes were made to the Church.
  • p. 117 III. Reforms ContinueA)The National Assembly took over church lands.B)The delegates of the National Assembly would rather sell church lands than to tax the Bourgeoisie to pay off France’s large debt.C)The changes in the church led to differences between the peasants and the Bourgeoisie.D)The peasants were strong Catholics and would NOT support the revolution once changes were made to the Church. Back to Main
  • p. 117-118 IV. Trying to Restructure the Govt. A) The _________ _________ created a ____________ that stripped the ____ of much of his power.
  • p. 117-118 IV. Trying to Restructure the Govt. A) The National Assembly created a Constitution that stripped the King of much of his power.
  • p. 117-118 IV. Trying to Restructure the Govt. A)The National Assembly created a Constitution that stripped the King of much of his power. B)The ___________ took over much of the ____’s authority and power to create law. C)Factions of the Govt LEFT CENTER RIGHT
  • p. 117-118 IV. Trying to Restructure the Govt. A)The National Assembly created a Constitution that stripped the King of much of his power. B)The legislature took over much of the King’s authority and power to create law. C)Factions of the Govt LEFT CENTER RIGHT
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUMLEFT CENTER RIGHT
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to more people
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to more people Liberals (Change)
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to more people Liberals (Change) Wanted greatchange in govt
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to more people Liberals (Change) Wanted greatchange in govt Against King (Democracy)
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to more people Liberals (Change) Wanted greatchange in govt Against King (Democracy) Radicals Extreme Left
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to more people Liberals (Change) Wanted greatchange in govt Against King (Democracy) Radicals Extreme Left 4) Rousseau
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to Elite few should more people rule Liberals (Change) Wanted greatchange in govt Against King (Democracy) Radicals Extreme Left 4) Rousseau
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to Elite few should more people rule Liberals Conservatives (Change) (Keep the same) Wanted greatchange in govt Against King (Democracy) Radicals Extreme Left 4) Rousseau
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to Elite few should more people rule Liberals Conservatives (Change) (Keep the same) Wanted great Wanted fewchange in govt changes in govt Against King (Democracy) Radicals Extreme Left 4) Rousseau
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to Elite few should more people rule Liberals Conservatives (Change) (Keep the same) Wanted great Wanted fewchange in govt changes in govt Against King For King (elite) (Democracy) (Autocracy) Radicals Extreme Left 4) Rousseau
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to Elite few should more people rule Liberals Conservatives (Change) (Keep the same) Wanted great Wanted fewchange in govt changes in govt Against King For King (elite) (Democracy) (Autocracy) Radicals Reactionaries Extreme Left Extreme Right 4) Rousseau
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to Elite few should more people rule Liberals Conservatives (Change) (Keep the same) Wanted great Wanted fewchange in govt changes in govt Against King For King (elite) (Democracy) (Autocracy) Radicals Reactionaries Extreme Left Extreme Right 4) Rousseau 4) Hobbes
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to Mix of both Elite few should more people left & right rule Liberals Conservatives (Change) (Keep the same) Wanted great Wanted fewchange in govt changes in govt Against King For King (elite) (Democracy) (Autocracy) Radicals Reactionaries Extreme Left Extreme Right 4) Rousseau 4) Hobbes
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to Mix of both Elite few should more people left & right rule Liberals Moderates / Centrists Conservatives (Change) (Keep the same) Wanted great Wanted fewchange in govt changes in govt Against King For King (elite) (Democracy) (Autocracy) Radicals Reactionaries Extreme Left Extreme Right 4) Rousseau 4) Hobbes
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to Mix of both Elite few should more people left & right rule Liberals Moderates / Centrists Conservatives (Change) (Keep the same) Wanted great fewer changes than left Wanted fewchange in govt more changes than right changes in govt Against King For King (elite) (Democracy) (Autocracy) Radicals Reactionaries Extreme Left Extreme Right 4) Rousseau 4) Hobbes
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to Mix of both Elite few should more people left & right rule Liberals Moderates / Centrists Conservatives (Change) (Keep the same) Wanted great fewer changes than left Wanted fewchange in govt more changes than right changes in govt Against King For / Against King For King (elite) (Democracy) (Demo & Auto) (Autocracy) Radicals Reactionaries Extreme Left Extreme Right 4) Rousseau 4) Hobbes
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to Mix of both Elite few should more people left & right rule Liberals Moderates / Centrists Conservatives (Change) (Keep the same) Wanted great fewer changes than left Wanted fewchange in govt more changes than right changes in govt Against King For / Against King For King (elite) (Democracy) (Demo & Auto) (Autocracy) Radicals Sane, Boring, Reactionaries Extreme Left Normal Extreme Right 4) Rousseau 4) Hobbes
  • POLITICAL SPECTRUM LEFT CENTER RIGHTopen up govt to Mix of both Elite few should more people left & right rule Liberals Moderates / Centrists Conservatives (Change) (Keep the same) Wanted great fewer changes than left Wanted fewchange in govt more changes than right changes in govt Against King For / Against King For King (elite) (Democracy) (Demo & Auto) (Autocracy) Radicals Sane, Boring, Reactionaries Extreme Left Normal Extreme Right 4) Rousseau 4) Mixed 4) Hobbes Back to Main
  • p.118 - 119 V. Problems From Outside of France A)M______ and N_____ of other parts of Europe fear a _______ revolt, similar to the one in France, will take place in their country and threatened their power. B)_______and ______ proposed that ______ return ____ to the _______. C)The __________ _______ responds by ________ ___ on Austria in 1792.
  • p.118 - 119 V. Problems From Outside of France A)Monarchs and Nobles of other parts of Europe fear a peasant revolt, similar to the one in France, will take place in their country and threatened their power. B)_______and ______ proposed that ______ return ____ to the _______. C)The __________ _______ responds by ________ ___ on Austria in 1792.
  • p.118 - 119 V. Problems From Outside of France A)Monarchs and Nobles of other parts of Europe fear a peasant revolt, similar to the one in France, will take place in their country and threatened their power. B)Austria and Russia proposed that France return King to the throne. C)The __________ _______ responds by ________ ___ on Austria in 1792.
  • p.118 - 119 V. Problems From Outside of France A)Monarchs and Nobles of other parts of Europe fear a peasant revolt, similar to the one in France, will take place in their country and threatened their power. B)Austria and Russia proposed that France return King to the throne. C)The legislative assembly responds by declaring war on Back to Main in 1792. Austria
  • p.121 VI. Another NEW Form of Govt. A)The R gain power & call for an end to the m_______ and create a new governing body called the _______ _________. B)The N_______C__________ ruled the role of the king obsolete.p.122 C)The radical group, known as ______, would then try and convict ____ _____ for treason and he was sentenced to ______ by the __________.
  • p.121 VI. Another NEW Form of Govt. A)The Radicals gain power & call for an end to the m and create a new governing body called the N . B)The N C ruled the role of the king obsolete (useless, no more).p.122 C)The radical group, known as , would then try and convict for treason and he was sentenced to by the .
  • p.121 VI. Another NEW Form of Govt. A)The Radicals gain power & call for an end to the monarchy and create a new governing body called the . B)The N C ruled the role of the king obsolete (useless, no more).p.122 C)The radical group, known as , would then try and convict for treason and he was sentenced to by the .
  • p.121 VI. Another NEW Form of Govt. A)The Radicals gain power & call for an end to the monarchy and create a new governing body called the National Convention. B)The N C ruled the role of the king obsolete (useless, no more).p.122 C)The radical group, known as , would then try and convict for treason and he was sentenced to by the .
  • p.121 VI. Another NEW Form of Govt. A)The Radicals gain power & call for an end to the monarchy and create a new governing body called the National Convention. B)The National Convention ruled the role of the king obsolete (useless, no more).p.122 C)The radical group, known as , would then try and convict for treason and he was sentenced to by the .
  • p.121 VI. Another NEW Form of Govt. A)The Radicals gain power & call for an end to the monarchy and create a new governing body called the National Convention. B)The National Convention ruled the role of the king obsolete.p.122 C)The radical group, known as Jacobin, would then try and convict for treason and he was sentenced to by the .
  • p.121 VI. Another NEW Form of Govt. A)The Radicals gain power & call for an end to the monarchy and create a new governing body called the National Convention. B)The National Convention ruled the role of the king obsolete.p.122 C)The radical group, known as Jacobin, would then try and convict King Louis for treason and he was sentenced to by the .
  • p.121 VI. Another NEW Form of Govt. A)The Radicals gain power & call for an end to the monarchy and create a new governing body called the National Convention. B)The National Convention ruled the role of the king obsolete.p.122 C)The radical group, known as Jacobin, would then try and convict King Louis for treason and he was sentenced to death by the .
  • p.121 VI. Another NEW Form of Govt. A)The Radicals gain power & call for an end to the monarchy and create a new governing body called the National Convention. B)The National Convention ruled the role of the king obsolete.p.122 C)The radical group, known as Jacobin, would then try and convict King Louis for treason and he was sentenced to death by the Guillotine. Back to Main
  • VII. The Reign of Terror p.123A) War, economic problems & struggling politics  confusion  People want/need _______ and __________.B) The strong leader = ______________________C) He justifies Reign of Terror by explaining that it_______ _ p.122 . p.123D) Most Famous victim = .E)The biggest ‘enemies of the republic’ were ___________ p.124 opposed to the leadership of .F)Wacky charges were = 1) 2) _______________G) Crazy Stats on the Terror 1) killed in Paris. 2) killed in total.
  • VII. The Reign of Terror p.123A) War, economic problems & struggling politics  confusion  People want/need stability and leadership.B) The strong leader = ______________________C) He justifies Reign of Terror by explaining that it_______ _ .D) Most Famous victim = . p.122 p.123E)The biggest ‘enemies of the republic’ were ___________ opposed to the leadership of p.124 .F)Wacky charges were = 1) 2) _______________G) Crazy Stats on the Terror 1) killed in Paris. 2) killed in total.H)Irony of the Reign of Terror = _____________________
  • VII. The Reign of Terror p.123A) War, economic problems & struggling politics  confusion  People want/need stability and leadership.B) The strong leader = Maximilien RobespierreC) He justifies Reign of Terror by explaining that it_______ _ .D) Most Famous victim = . p.122 p.123E)The biggest ‘enemies of the republic’ were ___________ opposed to the leadership of p.124 .F)Wacky charges were = 1) 2) _______________G) Crazy Stats on the Terror 1) killed in Paris. 2) killed in total.H)Irony of the Reign of Terror = _____________________
  • VII. The Reign of Terror p.123A) War, economic problems & struggling politics  confusion  People want/need stability and leadership.B) The strong leader = Maximilien RobespierreC) He justifies Reign of Terror by explaining that it enabled French citizens to remain true to ideals of the Revolution.D) Most Famous victim = . p.122 p.123E)The biggest ‘enemies of the republic’ were ___________ opposed to the leadership of p.124 .F)Wacky charges were = 1) 2) _______________G) Crazy Stats on the Terror 1) killed in Paris. 2) killed in total.H)Irony of the Reign of Terror = _____________________
  • VII. The Reign of Terror p.123A) War, economic problems & struggling politics  confusion  People want/need stability and leadership.B) The strong leader = Maximilien RobespierreC) He justifies Reign of Terror by explaining that it enabled French citizens to remain true to ideals of the Revolution.D) Most Famous victim = Marie Antoinette. p.122 p.123E)The biggest ‘enemies of the republic’ were ___________ opposed to the leadership of p.124 .F)Wacky charges were = 1) 2) _______________G) Crazy Stats on the Terror 1) killed in Paris. 2) killed in total.H)Irony of the Reign of Terror = _____________________
  • VII. The Reign of Terror p.123A) War, economic problems & struggling politics  confusion  People want/need stability and leadership.B) The strong leader = Maximilien RobespierreC) He justifies Reign of Terror by explaining that it enabled French citizens to remain true to ideals of the Revolution.D) Most Famous victim = Marie Antoinette. p.122 p.123E)The biggest ‘enemies of the republic’ were revolutionaries opposed to the leadership of . p.124F)Wacky charges were = 1) 2) _______________G) Crazy Stats on the Terror 1) killed in Paris. 2) killed in total.H)Irony of the Reign of Terror = ___________________________________________________________________
  • VII. The Reign of Terror p.123A) War, economic problems & struggling politics  confusion  People want/need stability and leadership.B) The strong leader = Maximilien RobespierreC) He justifies Reign of Terror by explaining that it enabled French citizens to remain true to ideals of the Revolution.D) Most Famous victim = Marie Antoinette. p.122 p.123E)The biggest ‘enemies of the republic’ were revolutionaries opposed to the leadership of Maximilien Robespierre. p.124F)Wacky charges were = 1) 2) _______________G) Crazy Stats on the Terror 1) killed in Paris. 2) killed in total.H)Irony of the Reign of Terror = ___________________________________________________________________
  • VII. The Reign of Terror p.123A) War, economic problems & struggling politics  confusion  People want/need stability and leadership.B) The strong leader = Maximilien RobespierreC) He justifies Reign of Terror by explaining that it enabled French citizens to remain true to ideals of the Revolution.D) Most Famous victim = Marie Antoinette. p.122 p.123E)The biggest ‘enemies of the republic’ were revolutionaries opposed to the leadership of Maximilien Robespierre. p.124F)Wacky charges were = 1)sawing down a tree 2)selling sour wineG) Crazy Stats on the Terror 1) killed in Paris. 2) killed in total.H)Irony of the Reign of Terror = ___________________________________________________________________
  • VII. The Reign of Terror p.123A) War, economic problems & struggling politics  confusion  People want/need stability and leadership.B) The strong leader = Maximilien RobespierreC) He justifies Reign of Terror by explaining that it enabled French citizens to remain true to ideals of the Revolution.D) Most Famous victim = Marie Antoinette. p.122 p.123E)The biggest ‘enemies of the republic’ were revolutionaries opposed to the leadership of Maximilien Robespierre. p.124F)Wacky charges were = 1)sawing down a tree 2)selling sour wineG) Crazy Stats on the Terror 1) 3,000 killed in Paris. 2)40,000 killed in total.H)Irony of the Reign of Terror = ___________________________________________________________________
  • VII. The Reign of Terror p.123A) War, economic problems & struggling politics  confusion People want/need stability and leadership.B) The strong leader = Maximilien RobespierreC) He justifies Reign of Terror by explaining that it enabled French citizens to remain true to ideals of the Revolution.D) Most Famous victim = Marie Antoinette. p.122 p.123E)The biggest ‘enemies of the republic’ were revolutionaries opposed to the leadership of Maximilien Robespierre. p.124F)Wacky charges were = 1)sawing down a tree 2)selling sour wineG) Crazy Stats on the Terror 1) 3,000 killed in Paris. 2)40,000 killed in total.H) Irony of the Reign of Terror = killed Commoners. Who was Revolution fought for? Commoners, right? Back to Main
  • p.124 VIII. End of the Terror A)Finally, members of the N_______ C_________ knew they were not safe from R__________. B)Members of the N______ C________ turn against __________ and have him _____ by the ________. C)_________ ___________ draft another new formp.125 of Govt.in 1795, the _____ since 1789. D)New Govt. ____________ gives power to upper middle class. The _______, known as the Directory, consists of _ men. Finally, there is order.
  • p.124 VIII. End of the Terror A)Finally, members of the National Convention knew they were not safe from R . B)Members of the N C turn against R and have him by the . C)N C draft another new form of Govt.in 1795, the t since 1789.p.125 D)New Govt. c gives power to upper middle class. The e , known as the Directory, consists of _ men. Finally, there is order. E)The appoints to command
  • p.124 VIII. End of the Terror A)Finally, members of the National Convention knew they were not safe from Robespierre. B)Members of the N C turn against R and have him by the . C)N C draft another new form of Govt.in 1795, the t since 1789.p.125 D)New Govt. c gives power to upper middle class. The e , known as the Directory, consists of _ men. Finally, there is order. E)The appoints to command
  • p.124 VIII. End of the Terror A)Finally, members of the National Convention knew they were not safe from Robespierre. B)Members of the National Convention turn against R and have him by the . C)N C draft another new form of Govt.in 1795, the t since 1789.p.125 D)New Govt. c gives power to upper middle class. The e , known as the Directory, consists of _ men. Finally, there is order. E)The appoints to command
  • p.124 VIII. End of the Terror A)Finally, members of the National Convention knew they were not safe from Robespierre. B)Members of the National Convention turn against Robespierre and have him by the . C)N C draft another new form ofp.125 Govt.in 1795, the t since 1789. D)New Govt. c gives power to upper middle class. The e , known as the Directory, consists of _ men. Finally, there is order.
  • p.124 VIII. End of the Terror A)Finally, members of the National Convention knew they were not safe from Robespierre. B)Members of the National Convention turn against Robespierre and have him killed by the Guillotine. C)N C draft another new form of Govt.in 1795, the t since 1789.p.125 D)New Govt. c gives power to upper middle class. The e , known as the Directory, consists of _ men. Finally, there is order. E)The appoints to command
  • p.124 VIII. End of the Terror A)Finally, members of the National Convention knew they were not safe from Robespierre. B)Members of the National Convention turn against Robespierre and have him killed by the Guillotine. C)National Convention draft another new form of Govt.in 1795, the t since 1789.p.125 D)New Govt. c gives power to upper middle class. The e , known as the Directory, consists of _ men. Finally, there is order. E)The appoints to command
  • p.124 VIII. End of the Terror A)Finally, members of the National Convention knew they were not safe from Robespierre. B)Members of the National Convention turn against Robespierre and have him killed by the Guillotine. C)National Convention draft another new form of Govt.in 1795, the third since 1789.p.125 D)New Govt. c gives power to upper middle class. The e , known as the Directory, consists of _ men. Finally, there is order. E)The appoints to command
  • p.124 VIII. End of the Terror A)Finally, members of the National Convention knew they were not safe from Robespierre. B)Members of the National Convention turn against Robespierre and have him killed by the Guillotine. C)National Convention draft another new form of Govt.in 1795, the third since 1789.p.125 D)New Govt. constitution gives power to upper middle class. The executive, known as the Directory, consists of _ men. Finally, there is order. E)The appoints to command
  • p.124 VIII. End of the Terror A)Finally, members of the National Convention knew they were not safe from Robespierre. B)Members of the National Convention turn against Robespierre and have him killed by the Guillotine. C)National Convention draft another new form of Govt.in 1795, the third since 1789.p.125 D)New Govt. constitution gives power to upper middle class. The executive, known as the Directory, consists of 5 men. Finally, there is order. E)The appoints to command
  • p.124 VIII. End of the Terror A)Finally, members of the National Convention knew they were not safe from Robespierre. B)Members of the National Convention turn against Robespierre and have him killed by the Guillotine. C)National Convention draft another new form of Govt.in 1795, the third since 1789.p.125 D)New Govt. constitution gives power to upper middle class. The executive, known as the Directory, consists of 5 men. Finally, there is order. E)The Directory appoints N to command
  • p.124 VIII. End of the Terror A)Finally, members of the National Convention knew they were not safe from Robespierre. B)Members of the National Convention turn against Robespierre and have him killed by the Guillotine. C)National Convention draft another new form of Govt.in 1795, the third since 1789.p.125 D)New Govt. constitution gives power to upper middle class. The executive, known as the Directory, consists of 5 men. Finally, there is order. E)The Directory appoints Napoleon to command Back to Main