h1

Combatants in the French Revolutionary Wars

May 7, 2008

Revolutionary France

Opponents

French Republic

Austria

United Irishmen

Prussia

Polish Legions

Great Britain

Denmark – Norway

Russia

French client republics of Italy

Republic of Boulon (1794 – 1795)

French Royalist

Republic of Alba (1796 – 1801), annexed to the French Empire

Spain

Ligurian Republic (1796 – 1805), annexed to the French Empire

Portugal

Bolognese Republic (1796), annexed to the Cispadane Republic

Sardinia

Cispadane Republic (1796 – 1797), formed the Cisalpine Republic

Naples and Sicily

Transpadane Republic (1797), formed the Cisalpine Republic

Ottoman Empire

Republic of Bergamo (1797), formed the Cisalpine Republic

Dutch Republic

Republic of Bergamo (1797), formed the Cisalpine Republic

Cisalpine Republic (1797 – 1802) transformed into the Italian Republic

Republic of Brescia (1797)

Republic of Crema (1797)

Republic of Ancona (1797 – 1798), joined Roman Republic

Roman Republic (1798 – 1800)

Tiberina Republic (1798 – 1799) capital Perugia, joined Roman Republic

Lémanique Republic (1798), today Vaud canton

Etruscan Republic (1799)

Republic of Pescara (1799)

Parthenopaean Republic (1799) capital Naples

Republic of Rauracia (Raurakische Republik/Republique Rauracienne), revolutionary French republic in Basel (1792 – 1793)

Republic of Mainz revolutionary French republic in Rheinhessen and Pfalz (1793)

Batavian Republic (1795 – 1806), Netherlands

Cisrhenian Republic (1797), Germany

Republic of Connaught (1798), accompanying Humbert‘s Irish expedition

Helvetic Republic (1798 – 1803), Switzerland

Here is a list of the nations, factions and republics (newly created) that took part in the French Revolutionary wars. The lists just go to Wikipedia at this stage.

Advertisements

2 comments

  1. I’m no longer sure the place you are getting your information, but good topic. I must spend some time studying more or figuring out more. Thanks for fantastic information I was in search of this information for my mission.


  2. It’s great that you are getting ideas from this post as well as from our dialogue made at this place.



Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: