Lost power to the Assembly.
Overthrown following the Declaration of Pillnitz by radical labor leaders in Paris.
Set up and led by Robespierre to Institute the Terror
Overthrown by Napoleon and established upon Robespierre's death as part of the Thermidorian reaction to the Terror and the end of the war emergency.
Ended with the Tennis Court Oath and the declaration of the National Assembly
Favored a bicameral legislature with a full veto for the King.
Supporters of a unicameral legislature and a delaying veto for the King. They one out after the Bread March on Versailles
Overthrown by the Thermidorians.
The Girondins believed the Revolution should spread, and represented moderate interests in the Convention.
The radical wing of the Jacobins that would control the Convention in its later days.
The reactionary group to the Terror that persecuted the Jacobins and founded the Directory.
The nobles refused to accept a new tax program designed to relieve the impending financial crisis.
The Estates General formally became the Assembly after the storming of the Bastille.
This was done by the Third Estate claiming they would stay in the tennis court until a constitution had been drafted.
The peasants rose up against the manors in fear of marauding robbers in the countryside to arm themselves and simultaneously destroy the oppressive manorial system.
The King recognized the new municipal government in Paris and took pressure off the Assembly because of this event.
Proclaimed civil rights and national sovereignty for the French people.
Thousands of women marched on Versailles to demand action against inflation and forced the King to take up residence in Paris, where he recognized the Assembly.
In order to raise funds and reapportion lands, the Assembly auctioned off Church lands, which did little but give the rich more lands.
This measure by the Assembly subjugated the Church to the state and was unpopular both domestically and internationally.
This seriously hurt trust for the King and made him a hostage in his Parisian palace.
Provided for a unicameral government with a delaying veto for the King.
In response to the Brunswick Manifesto, people were enraged at monarchists and stormed the Parisian palace and overthrew the Assembly in favor of the Convention.
In response to the lack of government, the Parisian mobs took over the task of rooting out enemies of the revolution.
Beheaded for treason because he was in correspondence with the Austrian armies during the emergency
Due to ideological differences with the Jacobins, who were more radical.
The Girondins were expelled from the Convention and returned to the provinces, where they gained control and fought against Jacobin armies.
This Constitution was suspended until after the emergency, but by that time the Convention had lost power.
Instituted by the Committee to prevent hyperinflation and create stable food and commodity prices for the poor. It also kept wages low.
Instituted by Robespierre and the Committee to get rid of internal pressures during the war emergency. Some 40,000 people were killed because of it.
Done by the Thermidorians due to the end of any need for the Terror after the war emergency was over.
This was the persecution of the Jacobins by the Thermidorians.
This set up the bicameral government led by the Directory, which acted as the executive.
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Stated that Prussia and Austria would fight France if other European powers promised to help them.
Started by France after the Brunswick Manifesto.
Stated that death and destruction would characterize Paris if the French Royals were harmed. Made by Austria and Prussia.
A ragtag French army defeated an invading Austrian force to relieve pressure on Paris.
Began with the execution of King Louis XVI. Included Britain, the Dutch, Austria, Prussia, Naples, Sardinia, and Spain.
Done in response to the execution of Louis XVI.
This victory ended the war emergency and led to the end of the Terror and the downfall of Robespierre.