Unfavorably, The Terror led to persecution of the people of France, as many people who were in various ways undeserving of capital punishment were killed. The French Counter-Revolution was composed of various groups both in and outside of France who were opposed to the French Revolution and actively attempted to change its course. Those who were executed were a result of acts of treason, such as conspiracy, opposing with counter-revolutionary opinions, or refusing alliance to the state (document 3). indicating any sort of resistance will result in an...
During the Reign of Terror, the third estate was struck with fear of dying for supposedly supporting the anti revolutionary movement. The French were able to use the power of terror to strike a message into the heart of the people, by killing thousands, while the Russians only succeeded in killing thousands of their own people. There are far fewer people killed during the Reign of Terror than during the period of the Red Terror. In both situations, when the people have different views that want the state has, then they are considered an enemy of the state and
They saw the boom was affecting them for the worse... ... middle of paper ... ... machinery in big supermarkets and shops lead to less demand of farm good. Demand was less than supply. Overall, many reasons led to the problems of the farming industry. Not one reason is the most important as they all helped wit the cause, but arguably the loss in European market was pretty high. Without the demand from these European countries, the farmers lost a huge amount of sales.
This started the Reign of Terror. Once the Reign of Terror began, mass killings and trial sessions began to take place. Very simple laws were in place to determine when people could be arrested. Anyone could be arrested for “their conduct, their relations,... ... middle of paper ... ...error was a dark time during the French Revolution. Many men, women, children, nobles, and royalty were killed needlessly.
When the french government failed to keep the citizens together, there was an event known as the French revolution during 1789 AD - 1792 AD, this was when countless reformations were made in Frances which unbalanced society, causing civilisation to crash and run into chaos. In this short time period, people were having too much freedom, killing their own king and queen weren’t enough, they had to kill more than 16,000 french people were in the course of nine months with the newly invented death machine - the guillotine. What caused this event that brought down the Royal family and created the reign of terror? Firstly, there was a food crisis due to the crop failures in the 1780’s, which caused the inability of France to feed its people, carving the path to revolution. The food shortage made the prices of bread raise, which caused many people of the third estate to die from fighting for food or starvation.
The Reign of Terror is just the culmination to the bloodiness and the atrocities of the French Revolution. It is quite ironic that a Revolution based on the ideals of Reason and the fight for the people, would kill over thirty thousand of their countrymen. In conclusion, the Reign of Terror was the climax of this terrible Revolution. The violence and paranoia of the sans culottes, the lust for political power in the convention, and the petty differences of one person to another finally reached a head, exploding into a mass execution.
They also kill people over religious beliefs like Catholics. They both react in the same way that people are different. They kill because of different color and race and religion. They kill anyone that’s not a white American and the puritans kill over religion and belief. Witch Trials in the KKK, members work together as a band of brothers to seek hateful revenge on those that disagree on their beliefs, or those who have stood against the Klan.
They were so hated in France that they would be kicked out of the city on a regular basis, but they would still always come back time after time. In the fourteenth century jews were accused of causing the black death, thus trying to kill millions of people. The inaccurately doctrines stated that this was happening because of the jews blasphemous and satanic practices. As punishment for this belief King Philip IV ordered the jews to give up all of their belongings except for the clothes on their backs. After that King Henry the Second required jews to wear the yellow badge, thus making them easily identifi... ... middle of paper ... ...em money, but evidence proves this undeniable inhumane truth.
They had trouble paying for bread, while the others classes feasted away. Finally, they began violent revolts. Then, in 1794 Robespierre came into power. He was a horrible ruler, who killed thousands of men unjustly. There weren't fair trials, and anyone suspected was executed.
Tacitus said, “Mockery of every sort was added to their death” this suggests to me that Christians were killed uncivilised such as pouring tar and pitch over them and using them as “living torches” to light his chariot races. Also they were sewn into animal skins and killed by dogs or even nailed to the cross like Jesus in fact when Peter was put to death he insisted he would be crucified upside as he felt he wasn’t worthy to die like Jesus. Overall Nero prosecuted and treated Christians very badly just to save his reputation as an emperor. In this section of my coursework I am going to explain why some people think Marks Gospel was written for non- – Jews facing persecution. Firstly when he writes anything in Amaraic, this is the Jewish lanuage at the time of Jesus he translates it into Greek his suggests that is