Poverty in Paris
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3m 25s
In this comic take on the poverty in Paris on the eve of the French Revolution, the French people are desperate to make ends meet.


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Members of the Third Estate attempt to enter the chamber but find that it is locked and guarded by soldiers. They congregate in a nearby tennis court and resolve to give France a constitution.
The National Assembly presents to France the Declaration of the Rights of the Man and of the Citizen. Marquis de Lafayette reads an excerpt from the document, highlighting its focus on human civil rights.
Note: Turn on the captions on the video player to view English subtitles. Robespierre struggles to understand the path France is taking and why some people are resisting the revolution. To save the revolution, Saint-Just convinces the other revolutionists that they need to accompany virtue with terror. Terror then becomes entrenched in the Revolution.
Note: Turn on the captions on the video player to view English subtitles. Saint-Just gives an impassioned speech in which he calls for the death of Louis XVI. He believes the king to stand in the way of the French Revolution and enlightenment ideas.
Mr. Peabody and Sherman find themselves in the midst of the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution. They experience first-hand the hostility of the French people against the aristocrats. Mr. Peabody is about to be executed via the guillotine but manages to escape with a clever and elaborate plan.