The people weretired of the Terror.

In this lesson plan, students will use Flocabulary's current events offerings and a history unit on the French Revolution to examine a key question: What is history?

These werecollected with renewed vigor by the nobles in the latter part of the 18thcentury.

Equality on the other handpleases the multitude." Few events have so powerfully influenced thepolitical and economic development of the modern world as the French Revolution.

Ultimately, the Terror swallowed most of the

The glory of foreign victories won under the Directory wasdue to Bonaparte.

Anarchy within, invasion from without. A country cracking from outside pressure, disintegrating from internal strain. Revolution is at its height. War. Inflation. Hunger. Fear. Hate. Sabotage. Fanaticism. Hopes. Boundless idealism . . . and the dread that all the gains of the Revolution would be lost. And the faith that if they won, they would bring Liberty, Equality, Fraternity to the world.

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