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    • What events occurred during theradical phase of the French Revolution?
    • Initially, the monarchy was abolished and arepublic was established. War continuedthroughout Europe.After the radicals gained control, those whowere against the revolution were subject toarrest or execution, including the king andqueen, who like thousands of others weresent to the guillotine.
    • In 1792, the war abroad was going badly forthe French.• Many revolutionaries believed that the king was in league with foreign powers to retain his power.• Citizens attacked the palace where the king was held. The king and his family escaped to the Legislative Assembly.• Citizens also attacked prisons that held nobles and priests.Violence was spreading.
    • suffrage – the right to vote Radicals took control of the Legislative Assembly Radicals took control of the Legislative Assembly and called for the election of a new legislative body and called for the election of a new legislative body —the National Convention. —the National Convention. National Convention In addition, the In addition, the • Suffrage was extended monarchy was monarchy was to all male citizens. abolished in favor abolished in favor • Nobles’ lands were of the creation of the creation seized. of a republic. of a republic.
    • Louis XVI was put on trial as a traitor to France. He was convicted and sentenced to death. • In January, 1793, Louis XVI was executed. • In October, 1793, Marie Antoinette was executed.
    • By 1793, France as a nation was in peril.External and internal threats were rampant.• War continued with the Netherlands, Spain, Britain, and Prussia.• Royalists and priests led rebellions against the government.• Sans-culottes demanded relief from food shortages and inflation.• The Convention was divided between the Jacobins and the Girondins.The Convention created the Committee of PublicSafety to deal with these issues.
    • The Committee of Public Safety was granted absolute power to save the revolution. At war: At home: French armies France battled overran the counter- Netherlands revolutionaries and invaded through the use Italy. of terror.
    • Robespierre – leader of the Committee of Public Safety; chiefarchitect of the Reign of TerrorReign of Terror – period from September 1793to July 1794 when those who resisted the French Revolution werearrested or executed Maximilien Robespierre became the leader of the Committee of Public Safety. Robespierre: He was a reformer, but also supported • Promoted religious tolerance terror as a way to • Tried to abolish slavery maintain order. • Arrested and tried all those who threatened the revolution Nearly 300,000 people were arrested and 17,000 executed by guillotine for opposing the revolution. The Reign of Terror continued until Robespierre was executed in 1794.
    • •Napoleon – popular military hero who became ruler ofFrance In reaction to the Terror, moderates produced the Constitution of 1795 and set up a five-man Directory along with a two-house legislature. The Directory: • Made peace with Prussia and Spain • Continued the war with Austria and Great Britain • Created a constitutional monarchy The Directory was also corrupt and did not solve continued problems such as rising bread prices. They appointed Napoleon Bonaparte, a popular military hero, to rule France.
    • •nationalism – a strong feeling of pride in and devotion toone’s country By 1799, France had changed dramatically from the country of Louis XVI and his court. • The term citizen applied to people of all social classes. • Elaborate fashions gave way to practical and simple clothing. • Nationalism rose throughout France. • State schools replaced religious ones. • Systems were organized to help the poor, old soldiers, and widows.
    • What events occurred during theradical phase of the French Revolution?The downfall of the monarchy and a time ofviolence called the reign of terror.