The French Revolution 1789-1815

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The French Revolution 1789-1815

Invasion of Russia

June 20, 1789

Tennis Court Oath

July 14, 1789

Fall of the Bastaille

August 26, 1789

The Declaration of Rights

October 5, 1789

July 12, 1790

Women March on Versailles

Civil Constitution of Clergy

The Constitution of 1791

September 20, 1791

September 5, 1793

February 20, 1799

August 22, 1795

May 2, 1808

June 24, 1812

The Reign of Terror

Constitution of 1795

Napoleon becomes consulate

Invasion of Spain

The French Revolution 1789-1815

was the emporer of France from 1804 to 1814. He fought a series of wars the Napoleonic Wars involved complex coalitions for and against him.

The war started when French and Spanish armies occupied Portugal in 1807, and escalated in 1808 when France turned on Spain, its ally until then.

was a period of violence that occurred after the French Revolution, incited by conflict between rival political factions, the Girondins and the Jacobins,

A brief attempt at resistance was made at Smolensk in August the Russians were defeated in a series of battles, and Napoleon resumed his advance.

The first written constitution of France.

The March that began over women who were Rioting over the lack of bread to eat.

a law passed on 12 July 1790 during the French Revolution, that subordinated the Roman Catholic Church in France to the French government.

Document of French Revolution in the History of Human rights that defines the indidvidual and collective rights of the three estates.

the Bastille, an old fortress prison which had long been viewed as a sumbol of the king's absolute authority. The mob attacked the Bastille and released the seven prisoners inside.

The defeat at Waterloo ended his rule as Emperor of the French, marking the end of his Hundred Days return from exile.

Was the constitution made by the national Convention which stayed in effect until 1799.

The Third estate was locked our of their meeting room so Confused and angry, they met instead at an indoor tennis court on the palace grounds and signed an oath not to disband until they had drawn up a new, fair constitution for France.

June 18, 1815

Battle of Waterloo


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