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    The Reign of Terror Heads Up! The Reign of Terror was absolutely the bloodiest, most gory period in the French Revolution. It was a bloodbath. Basically, The Reign of Terror was a series of trials and accusations most of them ending in death by guillotine. If someone, man or woman, rich or poor, was accused of treason they would be unfairly tried, then executed or thrown in prison. The Reign of Terror was headed by the radical rebel group known as The Mountain, with Maximilian Robespierre as…

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    then decide to take action? The Reign of Terror is when Robespierre decided to take the French Revolution a little bit farther to become a democracy which is a big step from absolute monarchy, so he took action instead of asking others if they even wanted a democracy. In the end he ended up failing; was it justified? The Reign of Terror was not justified. First off they took away people’s rights. Next they had so much unneeded death within the entire Reign of Terror. Finally the Citizens of…

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    first moderate stage they had many different events like the formation of the National assembly, and the Tennis court Oath. The radical stage was during the time of the Reign Of Terror which completely contradicted many ideas regarding the French Revolution formulated in the Declaration of the Rights of Man. Therefore the Reign Of Terror had many consequences the french people which caused many unneeded casualties. The second moderate stage ends by the Disbanding…

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    Was The Reign Of Terror Justified? From 1789 to 1800 a time of revolution took place in France to end monarchy and finally give more power to the people. During the revolution, an era of revolts and many deaths, but also new ideas and extraordinary steps to a much needed government, the era of the Reign of Terror. The bloodiest time in the French Revolution, lead by many people such as Robespierre, an educated man that spoke on the behalf of the people and spread ideas and actions for a better…

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    property, security, and resistance to oppression”; which gave citizens equal right, justice, freedom of speech, and freedom of religion. The Reign of Terror The Reign of Terror was the period of Maximilien Robesiperre became the leader of the Committee of Public Safety. In 1793 and 1794 many people who had led the Revolution were executed. During the Terror, thousands of unknown people were got killed. About 40,000 people were executed during this period. About 85 percent of people were…

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    Was the Reign of Terror Justified? The Reign of Terror was a time people fear the government in France. The Government was being close or similar to a tyrant. The Reign of Team was not justified because the Terror was happening when France was defeating Europe, the government basically took away the right of the people, and the Reign of Terror was ran by fear and paranoia. First of all, the Reign of Terror was not justified because it was happening while the France was beating Europe. The Great…

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    Murdered for saying the wrong thing. In 1793 the Reign of Terror began. The French had a monarchy and the people were tired of it. The French people revolted against their government under the lead of Maximilien Robespierre. During the Reign of Terror over 16,000 people died from guillotine. The Reign of Terror was not justified because it was unnecessary, it was brutal, and the people had their basic rights denied. It was unnecessary because so many people already had died. It was…

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    modern terrorism lie. The belief is that the French Revolution was the catalyst that began modern terrorism and it is reason France is incredibly susceptible to terror attacks in the present. The multitude of terror attacks on France’s soil can be linked back to the history of words related to terrorism, the social effects of the Reign of Terror, Laïcité, the double edged sword of citizenship, the stigmatization of nonconforming French minorities, and modern…

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    prominent figures during this time. In an ironic twist of fate, his actions during the Reign of Terror overshadowed his efforts at the start of the revolution, leading to his death by guillotine.…

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    with France’s foreign enemies Despite an early lead, The Reign of Terror allowed the French to fight back and win in the Battle of Valmy. (Doc B). The French punished the émigrés harshly after this victory, but their punishment was neither overly cruel or out of the ordinary. Even today, in the U.S, treason is punishable by death. Treason is not and was not taken lightly at any point in time, and the émigrés knew this. Due to the Reign of Terror, the French were able to defend themselves and…

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