Campaigns, Battles and Events of the French Revolutionary Wars, 1789–1802

Campaigns, Battles and Events of the French Revolutionary Wars, 1789–1802

View of the Battle of Millesimo, fought 13 April 1796 during the First Coalition War against France. French revolutionary troops commanded by Pierre-François-Charles Augereau attacked and defeated troops of the Kingdom of Piedmont-Sardinia under general Giovanni Provera.

French Revolution 1789-1795

  • 14 July 1789 - Bastille (Paris), France
  • 10 August 1793 - Tuileries (Paris), France

First Coalition War against France 1792-1797

  • 27 August 1791 - Kaiser Leopold II. and Friedrich Wilhelm II. meet in Pillnitz, Saxony
  • 1 March 1792 - Leopold II. dies, succeeded by Kaiser Franz II.
  • 18 March 1792 - French Ultimatum against Austria
  • 20 April 1792 - French Declaration of War against Kaiser Franz II. and the Empire
  • 29 April 1792 - Baisieux, France
  • 25 July 1792 - Koblenz Manifest
  • 20 September 1792 - Valmy (Marne), France
  • 17-22 October 1792 - French Siege and Capture of Mainz (Palatinate), Germany
  • 6 November 1792 - Jemappes (Hainaut), Belgium
  • 3 March 1793 - Aix-la-Chapelle (Aachen), Germany
  • 18 March 1793 - Neerwinden (Liège), Belgium
  • 23 May 1793 - Famars (Nord), France
  • 31 March - 22 July 1793 - Allied Siege and Capture of Mainz (Palatinate), Germany
  • 19 and 22 July 1793 - Germersheim (Palatinate), Germany
  • 18 August 1793 - Lincelles (Nord), France
  • 24 August - 8 September 1793 - Dunkerque (Nord), France
  • 27 August - 19 December 1793 - Toulon (Var), France
  • 7-8 September - Hondschoote (Nord), France
  • 12 September 1793 - Avesnes-le-Sec (Nord), France
  • 13 September 1793 - Menin (Flanders), Belgium
  • 14 September 1793 - Pirmasens (Palatinate), Germany
  • 13-15 September 1793 - Boxtel (Brabant), Holland
  • 13 October 1793 - Wissembourg (Alsace), France
  • 15-16 October 1793 - Wattignies (Nord), France
  • 22-29 October 1793 - Nieupoort (Flanders), Belgium
  • 28-30 November 1793 - Kaiserslautern (Rhineland Palatinate), Germany
  • 19 April 1794 - Treaty of Haag
  • 24 April 1794 - Villiers-en-Cauchies, France
  • 26 April 1794 - Beaumont-en-Cambresis (Nord), France
  • 29 April 1794 - Mouscron (Flanders), Belgium
  • 10 May 1794 - Willems (Hainaut), Belgium
  • 18 May 1794 - Turcoin, Belgium
  • 22 May 1794 - Tournai (Hainaut), Belgium
  • 23 May 1794 - Kaiserslautern (Rhineland Palatinate), Germany
  • 12-25 June 1794 – Charleroi (Hainaut), Belgium
  • 26 June 1794 - Fleurus (Hainaut), Belgium
  • 18-20 September 1794 - Kaiserslautern (Rhineland Palatinate), Germany
  • 9 October 1794 - French Siege and Capture of Hertogenbosch Fortress (North Brabant), Holland
  • 12 November 1794 - Bois-le-Duc (Hertogenbosch, North Brabant), Holland
  • December 1794 - Capture of the Rheinschanze Bridgehead at Mannheim (Baden), Germany
  • 13 March 1795 - Laona (Savona), Italy
  • 5 April 1795 - Peace Treaty of Basel, between Prussia and France, followed by Spain
  • 22 April 1795 - Rastatt (Baden), Germany
  • 16-21 July 1795 - Quiberon (Morbihan), France
  • 12 August - 15 September 1795 - Neuwied (Koblenz), Germany
  • 20 September 1795 - French Capture of Mannheim (Baden), Germany
  • 18 October - 23 November 1795 - Austrian Siege and Capture of Mannheim (Baden), Germany
  • 29 October 1795 - French Siege and Allied Relief of Mainz (Palatinate), Germany
  • 11-12 April 1796 - Montenotte (Savona), Italy
  • 13 April 1796 - Millesimo (Savona), Italy
  • 14-15 April 1796 - Dego (Savona), Italy
  • 20 April 1796 - Ceva (Cuneo), Italy
  • 21 April 1796 - Mondovi (Cuneo), Italy
  • 26 April 1796 - Armistice of Cherasco, between the Kingdom of Sardinia and France
  • 10 May 1796 - Lodi (Milan), Italy
  • 14 May 1796 - French Occupation of Milan, Italy
  • 30 May 1796 - Borghetto (Mantua), Italy
  • 27 June 1796 - 2 February 1797 – Siege and Capture of Mantua, Italy
  • 3 August 1796 - Lonato (Brescia), Italy
  • 5 August 1796 - Castiglione (Mantua), Italy
  • 5 August 1796 - Medole (Mantua), Italy
  • 24 August 1796 - Amberg (Upper Palatinate), Germany
  • 3 September 1796 - Würzburg (Franconia), Germany
  • 4 September 1796 - Rovereto (South Tyrol), Italy
  • 5 September 1796 - Caliano (Trento), Italy
  • 7 September 1796 - Armistice of Pfaffenhofen, between Bavaria and France
  • 7 September 1796 - Primolano (Vicenza), Italy
  • 8 September 1796 - Bassano (Vicenza), Italy
  • 2 October 1796 - Biberach (Württemberg), Germany
  • 12 November 1796 - Caldiero (Verona), Italy
  • 15-17 November 1796 - Arcola (Nerona), Italy
  • 14 January 1797 - Rivoli (Verona), Italy
  • 16 January 1797 - La Favorita (Turin), Italy
  • 3 February 1797 - Surrender of Mantua, Italy
  • 3 February 1797 - Imola (Bologna), Italy
  • 19 February 1797 - Peace of Tolentino, between the Pope and France
  • 24 February 1797 - Fishguard (Dyfed), Wales
  • 23 March 1797 - Malborghetto (Udine), Italy
  • 18 April 1797 - Neuwied (Koblenz), Germany
  • 18 April 1797 - Preliminary Peace Treaty of Leoben, between Austrian and France
  • 21-24 July 1797 - Tenerife (Sante Cruz), Canary Islands
  • 11 October 1797 - Camperdown, Holland
  • 18 October 1797 - Peace Treaty of Campo Formio, between Austria and France
  • 29 December 1797 - French Capture of Mainz (Palatinate), Germany

Second Coalition War against France 1799-1802

  • 2 February 1799 - Austrian Capture of the Fortified Bridgehead at Kleinhüningen (Mulhouse), Upper Alsace
  • 20 March 1799 - Ostrach (South Baden), Germany
  • 25 March 1799 - Stockach (South Baden), Germany
  • 5 April 1799 - Magnano (Verona), Italy
  • 25-27 April 1799 - Cassano d'Adda (Milan), Italy
  • 4-6 June 1799 - Zürich, Switzerland
  • 17-20 June 1799 - Trebbia (Ligurian Appenines), Italy
  • 20 June 1799 - Alessandria/Marengo, Italy
  • 15 August 1799 - Novi Ligure (Alessandria), Italy
  • 27 August 1799 - Grote Keten, Holland
  • 19 September 1799 - Bergen Op Zoom (Brabant), Holland
  • 26-27 September 1799 - Zürich, Switzerland
  • 2 October 1799 - Egmont Op Zee, Holland
  • 2 October 1799 - Alkmaar, Holland
  • 16 October 1799 - Heidelberger Brückensturm
  • 7-15 November 1799 - Minorca (Balearic Islands), Spain
  • 5 April - 6 June 1800 - Genoa, Italy
  • 3 May 1800 - Engen (South Baden), Germany
  • 3 May 1800 - Stockach (South Baden), Germany
  • 5 May 1800 - Mößkirch a.d. Ablach (South Baden), Germany
  • 9 May 1800 - Biberach a.d. Riß (Württemberg, Donaukreis), Germany
  • 16 May 1800 - Erbach (Württemberg, Donaukreis), Germany
  • 9 June 1800 - Montebello (Pavia), Italy
  • 14 June 1800 – Marengo, Italy
  • 19 June 1800 - Höchstädt a.d. Donau (Swabia), Germany
  • 20 September 1800 - Armistice of Hohenlinden, between Austria and France
  • 1 December 1800 - Ampfing (Upper Bavaria), Germany
  • 3 December 1800 – Battle of Hohenlinden (Upper Bavaria), Germany
  • 25 December 1800 - Armistice of Steier, between Austria and France
  • 9 February 1801 - Peace of Luneville, between Austria and France
  • 27 March 1801 - Peace of Amiens, between Britain and France
  • 2 April 1801 - Copenhagen, Denmark

Reichsdeputation 1801-1803

  • 25 February 1803 - Reichsdeputationshauptschluß
  • 3 June 1803 - Treaty of Sulingen, between French General Mortier and Hannover
  • 5 July 1803 - Treaty of Artlenburg; French occupation of Hannover
  • 15 March 1804 - Duc d'Enghien kidnapped in Germany, and shot at Vincennes

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