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In History
  • The constitution of thr united states isratified by the United states

    The constitution of thr united states isratified by the United states
    following the radificatoin of the united states both the three branches of goverment were made as well as the rights and responsibilaty of the states
  • French revolution

    French revolution
    The French Revolution started because of social and politacal upheavel inspiared by liberal and radical ideas that alterd history forever.
  • olympe de gouges writes declaration of rights for women

    olympe de gouges writes declaration of rights for women
    Olympe was an amazing playwright and womens activist who belived in abolishing slavery and spreading the word of her teachings.
  • National convention establishes French Repuplic

    The Legislative Assembly decreed the provisional suspension of King Louis XVI and the convocation of a National Convention which should draw up a constitution. At the same time it was decided that deputies to that convention should be elected by all Frenchmen twenty-five years old or more, domiciled for a year and living by the product of their labor.
  • King lewis is executed

    King lewis was killed by the guilliten for high treason as well as his wife that same year.
  • The directory is formed

    The directory is formed
    this was the government of France during the penultimate stage of the French Revolution. Administered by a collective leadership of five directors, it operated following the National Convention and preceding the Consulate.
  • Napolen particpates in coup detat that topples french goverment

    Napolen particpates in coup detat that topples french goverment
    Coup d'etat- In 1799, a sudden overthrow of the government, led by the successful and popluar general Napoleon Bonaparte, toppled the Directory then Napoleon seized power.
  • nopolean reaches agreement with cathlic church

    During the French Revolution, the National Assembly had taken Church properties and issued the Civil Constitution of the Clergy, which made the Church a department of the State, effectively removing it from papal authority. At the time, the nationalized Gallican Church was the official church of France, but it was essentially Catholicism. The Civil Constitution caused hostility among the Vendeans towards the change in the relationship between the Catholic Church and the French government.
  • Napoleon made consul for life

    His continued intervention in Italy, Germany, the Helvetic Republic (Switzerland), and the Netherlands as well as his refusal to arrange a commercial treaty with Great Britain aroused British distrust. Britain failed to restore Malta to the Knights Hospitalers, as the Treaty of Amiens had stipulated. In May, 1803, Britain again declared war on France. Napoleon built up his army, apparently preparing to invade England, but the invasion fleet he assembled (1803–5) was repeatedly struck by storms,
  • napolean reaches an agreement with the pope

    a truce was made.
  • Napoleon is crowned Emperor

    According to the French Republican Calendar), at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, has been said to mark "the instantiation of modern empire", representing a "transparently masterminded piece of modern propaganda". the Sénat conservateur vested the Republican government in an Emperor, and preparations for a coronation followed. Napoleon's elevation to Emperor was overwhelmingly approved by the French citizens in a referendum. Among Napoleon's motivations for being crowned were t
  • Napoleon invades russia

    Napoleon invades russia
    when Napoleon's Grande Armée crossed the Neman River in an attempt to engage and defeat the Russian army. Napoleon hoped to compel Tsar Alexander I of Russia to cease trading with British merchants through proxies in an effort to pressure the United Kingdom to sue for peace. The official political aim of the campaign was to liberate Poland from the threat of Russia. Napoleon named the campaign the Second Polish War to gain favor with the Poles and provide a political pretense for his actio
  • The british defeat the french and the spanish at trafalger

    The british defeat the french and the spanish at trafalger
    The battle was the most decisive naval victory of the war. Twenty-seven British ships of the line led by Admiral Lord Nelson aboard HMS Victory defeated thirty-three French and Spanish ships of the line under French Admiral Pierre-Charles Villeneuve off the southwest coast of Spain, just west of Cape Trafalgar, in Caños de Meca. The Franco-Spanish fleet lost twenty-two ships, without a single British vessel being lost.