Nathan Penna - What occurred during the Radical Revolution Stage of the French Revolution_ To what e

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Name: ___________________________________________________ Period: ________ Objective: During the Radical Revolution stage of the French Revolution what actions were taken to address issues in France? To what extent did those actions fix those problems? Describe what occurred during the Radical Revolution Stage of the French Revolution Evaluate what revolutionaries were able to achieve during this stage of the French Revolution Introduction Directions: Complete the See-Think-Wonder chart below. "Execution of Louis XVI" – German copperplate engraving, 1793, by Georg Heinrich Sieveking See Identify three things you see in the image above. Think Based on this image, what do you think the Radical Revolution stage of the French Revolution was like? Wonder Based on this image, what questions do you have about the Radical Revolution stage of the French Revolution? -soldiers -horses -head -very bloody and there was a lot of death - If you're sentenced to be beheaded can u get out of it?
Big Idea Directions: Read the BIG IDEA aloud three times. Our Big Idea: During the Reign of Terror stage of the French Revolution, extremists attempted to address issues in France through violence by executing those that opposed them. Radical Revolution Stage Timeline: 1792-1794 Directions: Using the images and text below, respond to the questions. April 1792: France declares war on Austria, Prussia, Britain, Holland, and Spain Painting entitled “The Battle of Valmy” by Horace Vernet, created in 1826. The battle took place in 1792 and was a major victory for the French against Prussia during the Revolutionary Wars. The Constitution of 1791 established a new government that set up a limited monarchy instead of an absolute monarchy. In June 1791, King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette along with their children attempted to escape Paris in disguises, however, they were caught and brought back to France. By 1792, European monarchs were concerned that the revolution could spread to their countries. When the émigrés, former members of the nobility and

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