Committee of Public Safety, Robespierre pursued a planned economy and vigorous mobilization for war. He grew increasingly paranoid about counterrevolutionary opposition, however, and during the Reign of Terror of 1793–1794 attempted to silence all enemies of the Revolution in an effort to save France from invasion. After the moderates regained power and the Thermidorian Reaction was under way, they had Robespierre executed on July 28, 1794.Napoleon:A general in the French army and leader of the 1799 coup that overthrew the Directory. Napoleon’s accession marked the end of the French Revolution and the
beginning of Napoleonic France and Europe.Dynasties: Identify these dynasties with the countries where they ruled and the centuries of their rule:Habsburgs (1526-1867): Austria,royal German family, capital Vienna.Bourbons (1268-1861): France,European royal house of French origin.Stuarts (1371-1714): Scotland, European royal house of Scotland.Tudors (1485-1603): England, Royal house of welsh origin, Kingdom of England.Romanovs (1613-1917): Russia, second, and last imperial dynasty.Hohenzollern family of Brandenburg (1100-Current): Brandenburg/Prussia/Germany/Romania, Georg Friedrich current head of house “Princeof Prussia” (Fredrick the Great)Primary documents:You have to read documents carefully. In the test you might receive excerpts from these documents. You will have to identify the text with a historicalissue (Enlightenment, French revolution, Restoration of Europe, etc), with the name of its author, country and the century in other words you have to answer who wrote this document, when, where and what historical event it is about.Candide: You have to be able to prove that this text belongs to the Enlightenment; you have to know the plot and major characters. Also explain how this novel can be used as a historical source in scholarly research.