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French revolution. Jean Baptist Colbert. THREE ESTATES. CLERGY, NOBILITY, THIRD ESTATE. Main Phases of the French Revolution. Phase I Fall of Bastille (1789) Declaration of Rights of Men and citizens (1789) Phase II Civil Constitution of Clergy (1791) Beginning of War (1792)

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THREE ESTATES

CLERGY, NOBILITY, THIRD ESTATE

main phases of the french revolution
Main Phases of the French Revolution

Phase I

  • Fall of Bastille (1789) Declaration of Rights of Men and citizens (1789)

Phase II

  • Civil Constitution of Clergy (1791)
  • Beginning of War (1792)
  • Declaration of the Republic (1792)
  • Vendeé (1793)
  • Execution of King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette (1793)

Phase III

  • Jacobin Republic (Terror) (1793-1794)
  • New Constitution (1793)

Phase IV

  • Thermidor (1794-1795)

Phase V

  • Directorate (1795-1799)

Phase VI

  • Napoleon (1799-1815) (Emperor in 1804)
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Main Phases of the French Revolution

Phase I

  • Fall of Bastille (1789) Declaration of Rights of Men and citizens (1789)

Phase II

  • Civil Constitution of Clergy (1791)
  • Beginning of War (1792)
  • Declaration of the Republic (1792)
  • Vendeé (1793)
  • Execution of King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette (1793)

Phase III

  • Jacobin Republic (Terror) (1793-1794)
  • New Constitution (1793)

Phase IV

  • Thermidor (1794-1795)

Phase V

  • Directorate (1795-1799)

Phase VI

  • Napoleon (1799-1815) (Emperor in 1804)
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