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by Rodney Allen

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The failure of the French Revolution of 1789 to establish stable political institutions based on a liberal constitutional monarchy led to terror

The failure of the French Revolution of 1789 to establish stable political institutions based on a liberal constitutional monarchy led to terror. Independent scholar Allen (who read history at Oxford) sees in the August 10, 1792 Revolution in France the same failed attempt to establish "a new social and political era" that marked the October 25, 1917 Revolution in Russia.

Threshold of Terror book. The failure of the French Revolution of 1789 to establish stable political institutions based on a liberal constitutional monarchy led to terror, civil war and instability for France and 23 years of almost uninterrupted war for the rest of Europe.

The failure of the French Revolution of 1789 to establish stable political institutions based on a liberal constitutional monarchy led to terror, civil war and instability for France and 23 years of almost uninterrupted war for the rest of Europe.

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The failure of the French Revolution of 1789 to establish stable political institutions based on a liberal constitutional monarchy led to terror, civil war and instability for France and twenty-three years of almost uninterrupted war for the rest of Europe. During this period, over 40,000 people were brought before the Revolutionary Tribunal and guillotined

The French Revolution of 1789 did t set out to end the French monarchy. It aimed to create liberal constitutional government, with the king continuing to be responsible for national administration

The French Revolution of 1789 did t set out to end the French monarchy. It aimed to create liberal constitutional government, with the king continuing to be responsible for national administration. This objective was believed to have been attained by the establishment of the Constitution of September 1791. However, radicals were t satisfied and France's declaration of war against Austria in April 1792 enhanced fears of counter-revolution led by aristocratic emigre forces based in Coblenz.

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The Last Hours of the Monarchy in the French Revolution (Thrupp, Stroud, Gloucestershire: Sutton Publishing, 1999); in Canadian Journal of History/Annales Canadiennes d'Histoire 37/1 (April 2002), 120–126

The Last Hours of the Monarchy in the French Revolution (Thrupp, Stroud, Gloucestershire: Sutton Publishing, 1999); in Canadian Journal of History/Annales Canadiennes d'Histoire 37/1 (April 2002), 120–126. Twentieth-Century Communism-The Rise and Fall of an Illusion. François Furet, The Passing of an Illusion. The Idea of Communism in the Twentieth Century (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1999); The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, Repression (Cambridge, Mass.

In this exciting look at the fall of King Louis XVI, Allen looks at the two days in August, 1792, which lead to the King's fall and began the Reign of Terror, during which more than 40,000 people were guillotined.