Timeline (Montmédy)

From Alternate History

This is a timeline for Montmédy alt-history

1791

June
Louis XVI and his family escape from Paris.
Louis XVI stays in Montmédy, protected by royalist general François Claude de Bouillé. His family is sent to Austria under protection of Emperor Leopold II.
July
Bouillé and other royalist leaders increase attacks against revolutionary formations. Riots in Paris and other major cities.
Upon arrival of Marie-Antoniet to Vienna, Emperor Leopold II ask other monarchies to support the royalists in France
August
Treaty of Sistova puts end to the Austrian-Ottoman war.
Slave Rebelion starts in Saint Domingue.
Pact between Emperor Leopold II, and king Frederick William II of Prussia, to support the royalists in France in the name of the Holy Roman Empire, effectively only if the Revolutionaries attacked HRE or Austrian interests or is a third monarchy would join the war. The treaty dealt also (and primarly) on Poland.
September
Montmédy becomes unsafe for Louis XVI of France so he is moved to Austrian Netherlands and finally to Vienna.
Several German mercenaries join Bouillé.

1792

January
Targowica Confederation signed in St. Petersburg, opposing the new Polish-Lithuanian constitution.
Royalists advances in Southeast France with support of Austrian and Italian mercenaries.
March
The Revolutionary Assembly granted civil and political rights to free men of color in the colonies.
May
Russia declares war to the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Soon they march over the Commonwealth. Prussia withdraw from her alliance with Poland.
July
King Stanisław August Poniatowski sues for peace but is overthrown by his nephew Prince Józef Poniatowski. Polish resistance continue.
September
The Polish break the Russian Army at the Vistula.
October
Royalist resistance in the North is pushed to the border of Austrian Netherlands. Bouillé joins the Southeastern Front.

1793

February
Treaty of Danzig leads to the restoration of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth before the Constitution of 1791. King Stanisław August Poniatowski is restored. Minor territorial concessions from Poland to Russia and Prussia.
March
Siege of Marseille begins. Royalists attempting the control of the revolutionary port and stronghold.
April
Marseille falls to the royalists.
June
The Revolutionary Assembly sends several troops to Saint Domingue to control control the Slaves, the whites (most of them monarchists), and to ensure that Spain would not invade.
August
Second siege of Marseille. Revolutionary forces encircled royalists forces in the city.
Octuber
Marseille falls to the revolutionaries.
French Revolutionary army in Saint Domingue surrender as overrun by rebel slaves lead by Toussaint Louverture. Louverture offers the Revolutionaries to join forces against monarchists and defend Saint Domingue against monarchists and foreign involvement.

1794

January
Emancipation of slaves in Saint Domingue becomes an issue in the Revolutionary Assambly.
April
Revolutionary General Jean-Baptiste Jourdan defeats royalist general François Claude de Bouillé in the battle of Briançon. End of Civil War.
July
The Revolutionary Assembly proclaim the constitution of 1794, on July 14th, confirming France as a constitutional republic, and elect Bertrand Barère as president interim. Emancipation of slaves is proclaimed through France and her colonies.
Emperor Leopold II of Austria declares war to the French Republic.
September
Lead by Lafayette, France invades Austrian Netherlands
Octuber
The British Empire declares war to the French Republic and orders blockades to the French colonies, but have no plans to commit troops in the continent.

1795

January
The United Belgian States were restored under protection of the French Republic. Actually a puppet state.
February
Jourdan orders a March over Northern Italy, with the aim of securing allies to France and push Austrian troops away.
August
Battle of the Gulf of Trieste. The French Navy defeat the Austrian Navy.
September
Battle of Drava. The French-Italian Army defeats Austrian defences.
October
Battle of Graz. Further defeat for the Austrians, but French-Italian advance is halted.
Emperor Leopold II sues for a ceasefire.
November
Armistice of Graz. Austria declares the cease of all hostilities against the French republic and the autonomy of Belgium and Milan, and promises not to interfere with other Italian states.

1799

January
Hostilities renew between the French Republic and the Austrian and British Empires.

1801

Barbary War. The USA, France, Sweden and Sicily occupy Morocco and the Barbary states of Algiers, Tunis and Tripolitania to stop pirating and forced tributes.

1803

Armistice of Venice. Austria recognize the French Republic and the French anexation of former Austrian Netherlands. The United Kingdom retires from the continental scenario.

1806

The USA army lead by Jackson occupy Mobile, and New Orleans. No claims made on St. Louis or upper Louisiana territories. Soon the Spanish recover Mobile.
France has completed taking possession of all Holy Roman principalities and territories west of the Rhine.

1812

June
The United States declare war to the United Kingdom.
August
Spain declares war to the United States (officially).

1813

March
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New Hampshire negotiated a separate peace with the United Kingdom.
Siege of Baton Rouge ends with the defeat of Jackson to the Spanish Navy.
August
Armistice conversations between the USA, the UK, Spain and the New England Confederation begun in Hartford.

1816

Beginning of the French invasion of Algiers, commanded by marshal Bernadotte.

1817

France begins to invade Egypt and Syria, commanded by marshal Bonaparte.

1819

King Charles IV of Spain dies. His son Ferdinand is crowned as Ferdinand VII of Spain.

1823

Treaty of Istambul: the United Kingdom and the Ottoman Empire agreed not to contest the French pretensions in Algiers; final recognition to the French Republic by Britain and the Ottomans; and the pacific withdraw of the French troops in Egypt and Syria.
Bernadotte retires from military services. Bonaparte assigned to the Algiers campaign.

1831

French occupation of Algiers declared completed.
The United Kingdom abolishes slavery in the whole British Empire.
King Ferdinand VII of Spain dies. His brother Charles is crowned as Charles V of Spain.

1832

Gold is discovered in California

1835

The states of New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Vermont signed an agreement to secede from the Union, and to constitute the Columbian Federation.
The USA government declared the Federation illegal. Shooting war and embargo between Columbian Federation and the Federal Government.

1836

January
Authorities in Spanish Province of St Louis declare the Republic of Missouri claiming Indian territories north of 41°.
July
The USA lifted the embargo and recognized the Columbian Federation under the compromise that Ohio, Delaware, and Maryland were kept in the Union.
September
Viceroy of New Granada captured by rebels while escaping from Popayan to Pasto.

1839

Rebels in Mexico proclaim the Mexican Republic, claiming whole New Spain territories (but only control the Mexican province)
Granadine Union established as a Federal Republic, comprising all provinces of New Granada.
United Provinces of Rio de la Plata conformed by provinces of Buenos Aires, Córdoba and Montevideo.
Kingdom of Perú is formed by provinces of Lima, Cusco, Trujillo and Guayaquil. Viceroy Miguel de La Torre acts as Regent while a king is appointed.

1843

King Charles V of Spain abdicates to his son Charles Louis, who become Charles VI of Spain.

1845

Charles Louis (King Charles VI of Spain) crowned as king Charles I of Peru.

1846

Charles Louis (King Charles VI of Spain) crowned as king Charles Louis of Vasconia-Navarre.

1865

King Charles Louis of Spain, Vasconia-Navarre and Peru, head of the Spanish Commonwealth, dies.