All About History, Issue 39, 2016

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Nelson’s fatal injury caused him to miss the climax of the battle, where three British ships battered the French flagship Bucentaure into submission, and Villeneuve was forced to surrender. All around British ships were tearing holes into the combined fleet, at great loss of life. The French ship Achille refused to surrender, and was blown up with everyone on board. By the end of the battle, the British had suffered 1,666 casualties, while the combined fleet’s casualties numbered near 14,000. France and Spain lost approximately 21 ships in the battle, while Britain lost none.

Nearly early three-quarters of peasants will find themselves accused of hoarding, evading the draft or committing rebellion. 48 Dos & Don’ts Lose any titles you might have. Get rid of any links you have to the royal family, or any royalists that you might know. Robespierre firmly believes anyone who is with the nobility is against the ‘people’, and for this they deserve to lose their heads. Join up to the National Guard, if you can. It’s a uniform, which will keep you warm, while providing you with food, shelter and maybe even an income.

If you are even suspected of supporting federalism, you risk losing your head to the guillotine. Get out of Paris. If possible, leave France until the revolution has died down. Out of the city you’ll be away from the murderous revolutionaries itching for the kill. Did you know? 02 WHERE TO STAY If you value your life, your safest bet for survival is to get out of Paris – in fact, if you can, get out of France. In Robespierre’s Reign of Terror, nobody is safe. With the statue of King Louis XVI torn down and replaced by a guillotine in the Place de la Revolution (Revolution Square), beheadings are an almost daily occurrence.

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