Moderate phase of the French Revolution.
One delegate from each of the three estates of France meet.
Third estate of France is being repressed in Estates general and forms a new assembly.
Citizens were revolting against the French military.
A declaration written by the National Assembly of France.
Parisian citizens confine the royals to Tuileries to keep them in check and to make sure they do not try to flee the country.
Women are fed up with the taxes and price increases on bread and revolt.
Gave limited power to the Church.
Royal family tries to flee to the boarder of France and Austria.
The new constitution cuts and limits the power of the king.
Radical phase of the French Revolution
Paris mob invade Tuileries to try and kill Marie Antoinette.
Citizens of Paris invade the prisons to kill the traitors of the Revolution.
France becomes a republic the people now vote.
Monarchy abolished no more need for a king.
Louis the old king is tried convicted and beheaded for crimes against his country.
The National Assembly Is replaced by the Committee of public safety
People are executed multiple times a day for being less radical than usual.
The people of France (Paris) have killed the old queen of France.
The people of the revolution see that Robespierre has gone to far and put an end to him.
Reaction phase of the French Revolution.
The directory takes power after the National assembly dissipates.
The second constitution is adopted.
Napoleon invades Egypt to weaken British trade.
One of the main phases in the French Revolution.
Napoleon takes his army into the committee of public safety and forces them to change the government to a leadership of three councils him being the first.
Reestablishes the church.
Napoleon declares himself first council or basically dictator for life.
A code or law set by Napoleon to give birth rights to citizens.
Napoleon declares himself emperor of France.
A very important battle that Napoleon fought during the Napoleonic wars.
Napoleon invades Spain to the peninsula.
Napoleon invades Russia but is forced to retreat.
Napoleon is forced to leave his throne and goes into exile.
Napoleon was defeated with his undertrained army and was captured and forced into exile later.
Napoleon goes into exile by force on the island of St. Helena.
He returns from his exile and gathers an army.
Napoleon dies from something wrong with his stomach.