First War of the Coalition [1792-1802]
The Battle of Jemappes took place on November 6, 1792 near Jemappes in Hainaut, Belgium, near Mons. The battle is part of the fighting between the troops on the one hand, the first coalition, formed by Austria, Prussia, the Kingdom of Naples, the Kingdom of Sardinia, Great Britain, the United Provinces of the Netherlands, Spain and the French revolutionary troops on the other.
Few historical processes at the end of the 18th century marked Europe, but especially France, like the revolution. When it broke out in 1789, the whole of Europe watched with bated breath the collapse of the regime that until recently ruled in the most powerful state on the continent.
From the ideals of revolution to the rule of terror
The third part of the characteristics of the basic processes of the French Revolution, which deals with the period of Jacobin terror.