French Revolution

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French Revolution

"To punish the oppressors of humanity is clemency; to forgive them is cruelty" ~Maximilien Robespierre~

Fall of the Bastille

Congress of Vienna

Napoleon Declares Himself Emperor

Tennis Court Oath

Louis XVI9 ' Marie Antoinette beheaded

Napoleon Invades Russia

The Tennis Court Oath began on June 20th, 1789. The third estate tried to force the King to adopt a new constitution.

This began from June 24th, 1812 to December 14th, 1812. He had over 680,000 soldiers and over 70,000 casualities. He also did not expect the cold.

Louis and Marie Antoinette were beheaded on January 21st, 1793. They were both married at the age of 15.

It was a 73 feet tall prison. This began on July 14th, 1789 and the crowd demanded arms and ammo.

Regin of terror began after King Louis XVI's death in 1793. The first victim was Marie Antoinette. Executions were considered educational and women were encouraged to sit and knit amongst them. Terror was desgined to fight enemies against the revolution. The last victim was Robespierre.

Battle of Waterloo

The battle of Waterloo began June 18th, 1815. This battle ended Napoleon's reign. This battle also had 3 armies that were involved.

The Congress of Vienna lasted from september 1814 to June 1815. This reorganized Europe after Napoleonic Wars. Europe nations were all represented and Austria, Russia, and Great Britian wanted Napoleon overthrown.

French Revolution

Napoleon crowned himself emperor on December 2, 1804 and the ceremony lasted more than three hours.

Reign of Terror


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