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French Revolution

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    Napoleone Buonaparte

    He was a French military and political leader who rose to prominence during the French Revolution and led successful campaigns during the Revolutionary Wars
  • Jacques necker general director

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    Monarchic Stage

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    French Revolution

  • The Estates General were convened by Louis XVI, King of France. They met at Versailles

    The economic crisis forced the French sovereign to bring them together, so that they could adopt the most convenient measures.
  • General States

    The Estates General was inaugurated in the Ballroom of the Palace of Versailles, summoned by Louis XVI, with the intention of resolving the critical situation that the French Treasury was going through. Formed by 1138 individuals
  • National Assembly

    National Assembly
    The national assembly, put the Revolution in the hands of the moderate sectors. With it, France ceased to be an absolute monarchy and was organized as a limited and constitutional monarchy.
  • Ball Game Oath

    Versailles fell prey to political turmoil. Louis XVI, harassed by financial problems and popular discontent, had been forced to convene the Estates General, the traditional assembly representing the kingdom of medieval origin.
  • Assault on the Bastille

    Assault on the Bastille
    The Bastille was a powerful fortress that dominated the popular neighborhoods of eastern Paris, a symbol of the arbitrary authority of the absolute monarchy, which was originally a fortification against the English during the Hundred Years' War, and which Richelieu converted into a prison of the State. https://youtu.be/2YCQ9h6Dw74
  • Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen

    The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, was the end of the Old Regime and the beginning of a new era. It is inspired by the Declaration of the Rights of Man that was issued in the United States, in addition to being inspired by the philosophical spirit of the 18th century. This event proclaims the rights of freedom, security and resistance to oppression.
  • The Civil Constitution of the Clergy is promulgated

    The assets of the Church passed into the power of the State and the appointment of the ecclesiastical authorities would be made from now on by the election of the people.
  • The Kings run

    Louis XVI tried to flee abroad but was discovered in Varennes and then arrested and locked up in the Tuileries
  • Escape from Varennes

    The Escape from Varennes, was one of the most significant events of the French Revolution, which happened after the serious fall of the royal family in question to its authority. It happened on the night of June 20, 1791, Marie Antoinette, Louis XVI and their children tried to flee from the Tuileries Palace
  • First Constitution

    First Constitution
    The Constitution of 1791 is the product of the first years of the French Revolution, and marked a very important milestone in the advancement of political participation compared to the previous model of the Old Regime. We have already talked about the historical events that marked the path of the Revolution during the Assembly, let us now see what its greatest work was: the Constitution of 1791
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    Replic stage

  • Assault on the Tuileries Palace

    There was a great resentment of the people towards Louis XVI and his family, this finally exploded on August 10, 1792, when the enraged crowd stormed the Tuileries Palace, accusing the monarch of treason between shouts, thus forcing him to take refuge in the Legislative Assembly.
  • Assault to the Tullerias

    Assault to the Tullerias
    The main event was the storming of the Tuileries Palace by the insurgents, members of the Paris sections and the Paris sans-culottes, together with the "federated" troops.
  • First french republic

    The events that happened in France terrified the European monarchs, who saw that their thrones were in danger and formed a coalition against the revolutionaries. Louis XVI, in an attempt to escape, ended up being discovered and the people attacked the Tuileries Palace
  • Jacobina Convention

    The committee of public health directed the war, diplomacy, finances, and internal security of France. The revolutionary court judged those suspected of being counterrevolutionaries without the possibility of defense
  • Luis XVI Excecution

    Luis XVI Excecution
    He was a French monarch who held the title of Duke of Berry. He was found guilty of treason and sentenced to the guillotine on January 21, 1793. His execution marked the end of the absolutist monarchy in France.
  • Maria's Antonietas death

  • Robespierre's execution

    Robespierre's execution
    Robespierre, was one of the most recognized politicians of the French Revolution. Robespierre, was pursued and captured at Varennes, one of the places he decided to stop during his journey. Finally, Robespierre was recognized as guilty of establishing alliances with various foreign powers. And he was sentenced to die in the ordeal on July 27, 1794
  • Thermidor Strike

    The Convention ends, initiating a period of reaction against the revolutionary government policy. This occurs after the fall of Robespierre on the guillotine. Finally, the period of the French Republic and the rule of the Jacobins ended
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    Napoleon's goverment

  • Napoleon's coup

    Napoleon's coup
    The coup d'état takes place on Brumaire 18 of the year VIII, a conspiracy of notables who want to defend, with the support of the army, the interests of the bourgeoisie that emerged from the Revolution.
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    Napoleon's first reign

  • Napoleon's coronation

    Napoleon's coronation
    Napoleon was crowned Emperor of the French on Sunday, December 2, 1804 at Notre-Dame de Paris in Paris. It marked "the instantiation of the modern empire"
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    Napoleon's second reign