1648-1789 1815-1849
Last revised on August 13th 2001




DEFINITION AND EARLY HISTORY

Revolution
a definition
Earlier Revolutions


PRECEDING 18TH CENTURY REVOLUTIONS

American Revolution
1776-1783
The Netherlands
the Patriots, 1787


THE FRENCH REVOLUTION

First Phase
1789
Second Phase
1790-1792
Third Phase
1793-1795
Fourth Phase
1795-1799
The French Republic Revolutionary Spirit The French Army The French Economy


REACTION ON THE FRENCH REVOLUTION

Habsburgian Netherlands Britain & Ireland Germany Hungary
Spain Portugal Italy Poland
Haiti Serbia


SATELLITE STATES

Batavian Republic
1795-1806
Helvetian Republic and Valais
1798-1813
Lombard/Transpadan/Cispadan/
Cisalpinian/Italian Republic, 1797-1805
Piemontese/Subalpine Republic, 1797-1805 Ligurian Republic
1798-1813
Anconitan/Roman Republic
1798-1802
Parthenopean Republic
1798-1802






The Rise of Napoleon Napoleon's Wars Napoleon Reshaping the Map Napoleon as Reformer


TERRITORIES UNDER DIRECT FRENCH ADMINISTRATION

Belgium, 1793-1813 The Rhineland, 1795-1813 Savoy-Piemont, Genoa, Parma, Tuscany, Latium 1805/07-1813 Illyrian Provinces, 1809-1813


SATELLITE STATES

Rhenian Confederation Kingdom of Holland Kingdom of Westphalia
Kingdom of Spain Kingdom of Italy Kingdom of Naples Duchy of Warsaw



OTHER EUROPEAN STATES DURING THE NAPOLEONIC PERIOD

Countries which, until 1812/13, joined the Continental System

Austria 1789-1815 Prussia Denmark Sweden
Russia Switzerland 1803-1813


Britain and the Countries under British protection

Britain British Presence in the Mediterranean
Portugal Sicily Sardinia Ionian Islands, 1809-1863






Ottoman Empire Persia and Central Asia India Southeast Asia China
Korea Japan North America The Caribbean Central America
South America Sub-Saharan Africa :
African States
Sub-Saharan Africa :
The Colonies






The Historical Importance of the
Revolutions of the 18th Century




EXTERNAL
FILES
Treaties and Conventions of the Revolutionary France and Napoleonic Era, from Revision History
DOCUMENTS
REFERENCE