Maximilian Robespiere's Reign Of Terror

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The king was scheduled to die the next day, January 21, 1793. He was pushed into place on the guillotine. Reports of the king 's execution quickly spread across Europe/ Outside of France, Europeans reacted with horror to the news of the French Revolution. Maximilian Robespierre was known for his intense dedication to the revolution. He became increasingly radical and led the national convention during its most bloodthirsty time. The mountain began a series of accusations, trials and executions that became known as the reign of terror, creating a wave of fear throughout the
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