frech revolution

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In History
  • Meeting of the Estates General

    Meeting of the Estates General
    pressured by France’s desperate financial situation,the King convened an Assembly of Notables. France’s finance minister,
  • Fall of the Bastille,

    Fall of the Bastille,
    a Parisian mob broke down the gates of the ancient fortress known as the Bastille
  • Women's March on Versailles

    Women's March on Versailles
    Women's March on Versailles.
  • Flight to Varennes

    king tries to run away
  • dissolution of the national assembly

    dissolution of the national assembly
    The National Constituent Assembly dissolved itself in 1791, passing government to the newly created Legislative Assembly.
  • war with austria

    Revolutionaries wanted war because they thought war would unify the country, and had a genuine desire to spread the ideas of the Revolution to all of Europe
  • Declaration of the Republic

    Declaration of the Republic
    the First Republic of France is established
  • Reign of Terror

    1794 was a period of violence during the French Revolution incited by conflict between two rival political factions, the Girondins (moderate republicans) and the Jacobins (radical republicans)
  • the Trial of Louis

    The trial began on 3 December.was the trial of the former king—officially called "Citizen Louis Capet"
  • The Directory

    The Directory
    the French Revolutionary government set up by the Constitution of the Year III, which lasted four years, from November 1795 to November 1799.
  • Napoleon

    they had a puch of state made by Napoleon in 9 of november in 1799
  • Napoleonic wars

    18 may. 1803 – 20 nov. 1815 The Napoleonic Wars, also called the Coalition Wars, were a series of war conflicts that took place during the time that Emperor Napoleon
  • Congress of Vienna, assembly

    1814–15 that reorganized Europe after the Napoleonic Wars. It began in September 1814, five months after Napoleon I's first abdication and completed its “Final Act” in June 1815, shortly before the Waterloo campaign and the final defeat of Napoleon.