the republic and the reign of terror, 1792-1794 history 104 / february 13, 2013

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The Republic and the Reign of Terror, 1792-1794 History 104 / February 13, 2013 Slide 2 Forces for radical change: the Jacobins Slide 3 Forces for radical change: the sans-culottes Slide 4 Forces for radical change: the press Slide 5 Jean Paul Marat (1743-1793) Editor, The Friend of the People Slide 6 The flight to Varennes (June 1791) Slide 7 Louis tries to embrace symbols of revolution Slide 8 Europe in 1790 Slide 9 Louis captured by the mob in Paris (Aug. 10, 1792) Slide 10 Massacres in Paris, Sept. 2-6, 1792 Slide 11 Slide 12 Victory at Valmy (Sept. 20, 1792) Slide 13 Louis says farewell to his family Slide 14 Louis at the guillotine (Jan. 21, 1793) Slide 15 Prime Minister William Pitt urges the House of Commons to declare war (Feb. 1793) Slide 16 France besieged, 1793 red areas occupied by France as of early 1793 white boxes invading armies green areas uprisings against the Republic Slide 17 Conquests in Germany: spreading the revolution by force Slide 18 The revolutionary calendar Slide 19 The Festival of the Supreme Being (June 8, 1794) Slide 20 Maximilien Robespierre (1758-1794) the incorruptible Slide 21 Revolutionary paranoia: the Committee of Public Safety Slide 22 Marat assassinated by Charlotte Corday (July 13, 1793) - painting by Jacques-Louis David Slide 23 The reign of terror: the guillotine in constant use Slide 24 Robespierre arrested (July 27, 1794) Slide 25 Robespierre guillotined

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