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Who was the Jacobin revolutionary who led the Reign of Terror?

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2015-12-14 02:18:01
2015-12-14 02:18:01

Maximilien Robespierre.

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the reign of terror which was led by Robespierre and the Jacobin, contradicted the french revolution because if anyone opposed Robespierre and the Jacobin you were beheaded by the guillotine.

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Robespierre led the Reign of Terror, which is when the guillotine was used to kill many innocent subjects.

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Factionalism between the Girondins and the Jacobins led to the reign of terror.

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led to thousands of executions by the guillotine.

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Led thousands to the execution by the guillotine.

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No it was Maximilien Robespierre.

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The reign of terror contributed to the rise of democracy. This led the people to unite and protect their freedom, thus giving birth to democracy.

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Maximilian Robespierre led it until he was guillotined, signifying the end of the "Reign"

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The Reign of Terror during the French Revolution led to the execution of thousands of people suspected of treason. The French Revolutionary Government (1793-1794) tried to protect the Revolution against domestic enemies. It arrested thousands of suspected enemies of the Revolution for treason, and either imprisoned or executed the suspects. The French Revolutionary Government executed both the king and queen of France.

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The primary belief of the leaders of France during the Reign of Terror, like Robespierre, was that the Revolution was constantly under threat of being overturned or reversed by subversives, émigrés, nobility, and numerous other people. In order to maintain the Revolution and prevent France from returning to the hated Ancien Régime, the government had to eliminate the insurrectionists. This led to the mass executions that defined the Reign of Terror.Of course, outside of the four walls of the Jacobin-led French government, pretty much everyone agreed that the fears of betrayal and revolution-reversal among the Jacobins had risen to the level of paranoia and were no longer a legitimate safety concern.

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Robespierre (the leader of the Jacobins) was the last to be executed, ending the Reign of terror. He was faced upwards in the guillotine, because that was thought to be fair punishment for him since he had sent so many others to the guillotine.

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Maximilien Robespierre gets that dubious honor as the Deputy of the Committee of Public Safety.this was part of the French Revolution after the death of Louis XV1 in 1793. Terror was the order of the day in the words of Maximilien Robespierre who led the Terror. Accross France 30,000 lost their livesthis was part of the French Revolution after the death of Louis XV1 in 1793. Terror was the order of the day in the words of Maximilien Robespierre who led the Terror. Accross France 30,000 lost their lives

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Robespierre lost his popularity and gained power, consequently to that he was executed on the guillotine like many of his victims.


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