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(en) Howard G. Brown, Ending the French Revolution : Violence, justice and repression from the Terror to Napoleon , Charlottesville / Londres, University of . The Reign of Terror, or commonly The Terror (French: la Terreur), refers to a period of the French Revolution when, following the creation of the First French . Reign of Terror, period of the French Revolution from September 5, 1793, to July 27, 1794, during which the Revolutionary government decided to take harsh . Some 17000 people were killed in the Reign of Terror, and as many as 10000 more died in prison or without trial. What caused the French Revolutionary . The Reign of Terror was a dark and violent period of time during the French Revolution. Radicals took control of the revolutionary government. They arrested and . The Reign of Terror was a violent period of the French Revolution, beginning at some point in 1793 and continuing until the fall of Robespierre . Whatever their main preoccupation—public morality, modern political history or, more simply, the links between the Terror and the Enlightenment or the structures . An overview from the leading specialist.