The Failure of The French Revolution By Laura Castro

The French Revolution was a failure in my opinion it didn't any form of government it just started a dictatorship. This was a important event in Europen history. This battle was from 1789 to late 1790s.

Like the American Revolution the French Revolution was influenced by enlightenment ideas. Catholic was the original religion in France. The French population of 28 million was almost entirely catholic. By 1749 The French church's and religious orders were not allowed.

Louis XVI

Louis XVI was the king of France from 1774 -1792 , He was married to Marie Antoinette . He was guillotined in 1793.

Reign of Terror

The reign of terror brought war between France and other neighboring nations. The British and Russians formed a coalition and invaded France.The revolutionaries also wanted to export ideas of the French Revolution to neighboring nations.

Napoleon Bonaparte was a French military and political leader who rose to prominence during the French Revolution and led several successful campaigns during the French Revolutionary Wars.

Napaleon Bonaparte was Hero he not only won many battles for the French but he was a military genius. He had many strategies that lead him to victory.

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