1740-1830

Reigns

Fredrick II, the "Great"

1740 - 1786

Ivan VI

1740 - 1741

Maria Theresa

1740 - 1780

Elizabeth

1741 - 1762

Charles VII

1742 - 1745

Francis I

1745 - 1765

Ferdinand VI

1746 - 1759

Charles III

1759 - 1788

Geroge III

1760 - 1820

Peter III

1762

Catherine II, the "Great"

1762 - 1796

Louis XVI

1774 - 1792

Joseph II

1780 - 1790

Fredrick William II

1786 - 1797

Charles IV

1788 - 1808

Leopold II

1790 - 1792

Francis II

1792 - 1835

Louis XVII/ Convention

1792 - 1795

Francis II

1792 - 1806

Directory

1795 - 1799

Paul

1796 - 1801

Fredrick William III

1797 - 1840

Consulate

1799 - 1804

Alexander I

1801 - 1825

Napoleon

1804 - 1814

Joseph

1808 - 1813

Ferdinand VII

1813 - 1833

Louis XVII

1814 - 1824

George IV

1820 - 1830

Charles X

1824 - 1830

Nicolas I

1825 - 1855

Political/ Diplomatic

Enlightened Absolutism

1740 - 1790

Pugachev

1742 - 1773

Death of Charles VII (Bavarian Line) and Habsburg Line resumes

1745

Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle

1748

Seven Years War

1756 - 1763

Danton

1759 - 1794

Castlereagh

1769 - 1822

Partitions of Poland

1772 - 1795

With Russia and Prussa

Metternich

1773 - 1859

Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen

1789

Jacobin

1789 - 1794

March on Versailles

1789

Robespierre

1789 - 1794

Tennis Court Oath

June 17, 1789

Night of August 4th

August 4, 1789

Civil Constitution of the Clergy

1790

Declaration of Pillnitz

1791

Constitution of 1791

1791

Declaration of Pillnitz

August 27, 1791

Legislative Assembly

October 1791 - September 1792

Alexander Ypsilanti

1792 - 1828

Gironde

1792 - 1793

Mountain

1792 - 1794

Brunswick Manifesto

July 25, 1792

National Convention

September 20, 1792 - October 26, 1795

Committee of Public Safety

1793 - 1795

Enrage

1793

Reign of Terror

1793 - 1794

Vendee

1793 - 1796

Levee en Masse

August 16, 1793

Thermidore

1794

Talleyrand

1799 - 1807

Concordat of 1801

1801

Napoleon's Concordat

1801

Joseph Mazzini

1805 - 1872

Austerlitz

December 2, 1805

with Russia also

Holy Roman Empire becomes extinct- Austrian Domain

1806

Treaty of Tilsit

1807

with Russia also

Louis Blanc

1811 - 1882

Moscow Invasion

June 24, 1812

with France also

Congress of Vienna

September 1814 - June 1815

Corn Laws

1815 - 1846

"Age of Metternich"

1815 - 1848

Aix La Chapelle

1818

Carlsbad Decree

1819

Peterloo Massacre

1819

Congress of Verona

1822

between Russia, Austria, Prussia, France, and the United Kingdom

Decembrists Revolt

1825

Economic/ Social

Jacque Necker

1732 - 1804

Herder/ Volksgeist

1744 - 1803

Common Dating System

1752

Wollstonecraft

1759 - 1797

David Ricardo

1772 - 1823

Adam Smith's "Wealth of Nations"

1776

Fredrich List

1789 - 1846

Great Fear

June 1789 - August 1789

Bastille

July 14, 1789

Law of Maximum

1793

Magyars

1800 - 1900

Romanticism

1800 - 1850

Burschenscaft

1800 - 1900

Age of Ideologies

1815 - 1850

Cultural/ Intellectual

Emilie Du Chatelet

1708 - 1749

David Hume

1711 - 1776

Concordet

1743 - 1794

Marat

1743 - 1793

Jacques Louis David

1748 - 1825

Jeremy Bentham

1748 - 1832

Mirabeau

1749 - 1791

Babeuf

1760 - 1797

Count de Saint Simon

1760 - 1825

Malthus

1766 - 1834

Robert Owen

1771 - 1858

Charles Fourier

1772 - 1837

Watt's Steam Engine

1780

Abbe Sieyes/ "What is the Third Estate?"

1789

Abolition of Feudalism

1789 - 1800

Western and Central Europe

Le Chapelier Law

June 1791

Wollstonecraft's "Vindication of the Rights of Women"

1792

Hegel

1800 - 1900

John Stuart Mill

1806 - 1873

Congress of Troppau

1820

between Russia, Austria, Prussia and Britain