The age of the liberal revolutions.

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In History
  • Creation of the National Assembly.

    Creation of the National Assembly.
    Representatives of the 3 state met.
  • Declaration of rights of Man and the Citizen.

    Declaration of rights of Man and the Citizen.
  • Women’s revolution.

    Women’s revolution.
    Women’s march on Versailles.
  • Storming of the Bastille.

    Storming of the Bastille.
    People of Paris stormed the Bastille.
  • Civil Constitution of Clergy.

    Civil Constitution of Clergy.
    It caused the immediate subordination of the Catholic Church in France to the French government.
  • Constitution (political liberalism).

    Constitution (political liberalism).
    Based on separation of powers, national sovereignty and legal equality.
  • Flight to Verennes.

    Flight to Verennes.
    The Austrian army invaded France and Louis XVI fled Paris
  • Women’s revolution.

    Women’s revolution.
    A law gives women the right to inherit.
    Olympe de Gouges writes the Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen.
  • First use of guillotine.

    First use of guillotine.
  • Austria entered in France.

    Austria entered in France.
    They reached Paris
  • Execution of Louis XVI.

    Execution of Louis XVI.
  • Execution of Marie Antoniette.

    Execution of Marie Antoniette.
  • Reing of terror.

    Reing of terror.
    375 women execute.
  • Fall of the Jacobins.

    Fall of the Jacobins.
    Execution of Robespierre.
  • Constitution (political liberalism).

    Constitution (political liberalism).
    Republican model, censitary suffrage.
    The power was given to the Directory.
  • The directory.

    The directory.
    The power was given to a Directory formed by 5 members. It was supressed the universal male suffrage and restablished the censitary suffrage.
  • Coup d’état by Napoleon.

    Coup d’état by Napoleon.
  • The consulate.

    The consulate.
    During this period, Napoleon Bonaparte, as First Consul, established himself as the head of a more authoritarian, autocratic, and centralized republican government in France while not declaring himself sole ruler. The consulate was formed by Canbacérès, Bonaparte and Lebrun.
  • Constitution of the new political system.

    Constitution of the new political system.
    No separation of powers.
  • Napoleon emperor.

    Napoleon emperor.
  • Frances victory.

    Frances victory.
    France’s victory over Austria and Russia at Austerlitz.
  • Spain invaded by France.

    Spain invaded by France.
  • Napoleon failed the invasion of Russia.

    Napoleon failed the invasion of Russia.
  • The Holy Aliance Treaty.

    The Holy Aliance Treaty.
    The Holy Alliance is the name given to the treaty signed on September 26, 1815, in Paris by the monarchs of Austria, Prussia, and Russia. There were some ideas to reestablish absolutism.
  • Battle of Waterloo.

    Battle of Waterloo.
    France loses against Great Britain and Prussia.
  • Napoleon’s death.

    Napoleon’s death.
  • Liberal revolution in France.

    Liberal revolution in France.
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    Constitutional monarchy.

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    Social Republic.

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    The Girondin Convention.

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    The Jacobin Convention.

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    Conservative Republic