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Describe the Rise of Napoleon in France
Asked by aparna9458 | 31 Jul, 2023, 15:18: PM
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  • France became a republic after the French Revolution. Robespierre, the head of the Jacobin Club, followed the policy of severe control and punishment. Clergymen, nobles and people who were considered enemies to the republic were guillotined. 
  • He even ordered the killing of his own party members who did not agree to his methods and ways. Robespierre followed his policies so strictly that even his supporters turned against him. Finally, he was convicted by a court in July 1794 and was guillotined. 
  • After the fall the Jacobin Government, the wealthier middle class took the power into their own hands. They introduced a constitution which did not give voting rights to the non-propertied class. 
  • Two legislative councils were elected, who then appointed a Directory, an executive consisting of 5 members. 
  • Directors often clashed with the Legislative Councils. It was this political instability which paved way for the rise of military dictator, Napoleon Bonaparte. 
Answered by Social Science Expert | 31 Jul, 2023, 19:38: PM
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