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Terror in the French Revolution

Summary: Was the Terror of 1793-1794 during the French Revolution inherent from the revolution's outset, or was it the product of exceptional circumstances? The French revolution began with high hopes of a peaceful transition from an absolutist monarchy to a parliamentary one. An analysis of the revolution's events, however, suggests that exceptional circumstances in 1792, such as war with Austria and turmoil between the Girondins and the Mountains, did contribute to the Terror.
Was the Terror of 1793/4 inherent from the revolutions outset or was it the product of exceptional circumstance"

In this essay I shall try to find whether the Terror was inherent from the French revolutions outset or was it the product of exceptional circumstances. The French revolution is the dividing line between the Ancien Regime and the modern world. After France the hierarchy that societies of the time had been founded on began to change and they began to sweep away the intricate political structures of absolute monarchy, but however to achieve this was the Terror absolutely necessary? And was it planned/ or was it just the extraordinary circumstances, which the French had lead themselves into once they had deposed of Louis the sixteenth. Whatever way it is looked at, the political ideology of the rest of the world was going to change after the French...

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