Solution:1793-1794 is referred to as the "Reign of Terror."
Following the founding of the First Republic, many mass murders and several public executions occurred in 1793 and 1794. It was called the "Reign of Terror" under Robespierre, who used a firm control and harsh punishment approach. People who disagreed with his policies in his party and former nobles and church members were all viewed as "enemies" of the republic. Hence, they were arrested, imprisoned, and later found guilty by a revolutionary court. They were then put to death by guillotine if the judge found them to be "guilty." A guillotine, which consists of two poles and a blade, is used to decapitate a person.