The French Revolution: Terror and Triumph
From King Louis XVI to Naploean Bonaparte, readers will discover the incredible people, ideas, and battles that lived and occurred during the French Revolution. The captivating photos and images and compelling facts work in conjunction with the supportive text, glossary, and index to provide an engaging and exciting reading experience as children learn about the storming of the Bastille, the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizens, Robespierre, and King Louis XVI's wife, Marie Antoinette.
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Age of Enlightenment American Revolution angry Antoinette’s Assembly wanted attack August Decrees Austrian and Prussian began Bread called the Declaration Citizen clergy to join constitution for France country’s coup d’etat crops decisions defeat Defensive Move Estate represented Estates-General executed ﬁght back ﬁnances ﬁnancial ﬁnd ﬁrst France’s French Revolution Girondins guillotine Jacques Necker July kill king and queen King Louis XVI king’s landowners leader Legislative Assembly Madame Deﬁcit march to Versailles Marie Antoinette Maximilien Robespierre military mob tore Mobs forced monarchy Napoleon National Assembly National Convention nobility Nobles and clergy ofﬁcers ofﬁcial Palace of Versailles Paris Petit Trianon Radical Move Reign of Terror Revolution Ends riots Robespierre called royal family ruler Second Estate sent to Austria September 1792 September Massacres Social Classes Storming the Bastille taxes Temple Prison Thermidorian Reaction Third Estate threatened France throne was passed violent vote XVI and Marie