The French Revolution was a success and a fail. The delegates of the first National Assembly were in favor with a constitutional monarchy. The delegates also thought that taxation should be revised and that men should be treated equally before the law.
The fail of the French Revolution was the "reign of terror" (1793-34) The "Reign" was started by Robespierre and his so called "followers" but his followers were like his protection and security. You may call it the "Security of the Republic" cause the exposed traitors to the people. But Robespierre made "Terror" cause he used execution and imprison a lot of people who Robespierre thought was a threat. But it all came to an end when Robespierre was sent to the Guillotine.
The success was the really important outcome of The French Revolution it gave many citizens the "taste" or the "feel" of liberty, equality between the poor and the rich.
Louis XVI ended the military dictatorship of Napolean Bonaparte
Louis XVI was a heroin cause he helped out citizens and ended Napolean life.
Napolean was a villain cause he did not do anything to help the citizens he only did things for himself
The French Revolution began in 1789 with the storming of the Bastille on July 14th. From 1790 to 1794, the revolutionaries grew increasingly radical. Americans were at first enthusiastic in support of the revolution. However, over time divisions of opinion became apparent between the poor and the rich.
Burke was opposed to the Revolution. In 1790 he published his book Reflections on the Revolution in France as a warning to many English reformers such as the Country Gentry, the Foxites and Wilkwesites who believed that the French were having their own Glorious Revolution. Clubs had been set up to celebrate Britain's centenary of the Glorious Revolution and these clubs began to celebrate with the French, to aid and encourage their revolution.
PUBLISHED 1-17-17 By, LILY ANDERSON