The Principles of the French Revolution in its First Three Years

The French Revolution(1789-1799), was a very tense and heated situation, which quickly accelerated into full on chaos and destruction. But what were the principles of the French Revolution in the early years of the Revolution, or the first three years of the Revolution?

The first three years of the Revolution was the laying of the foundation of a new government, which included a new constitution. This was the time when the lands of the church were being confiscated, and the church was beginning to receive pressure into changing the way it was run. The first three years were probably the most reasonable and mellow, but after this period of three years things went into further madness, with the execution of many individuals. Thus, these were the principles of the French Revolution in its first three years.

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