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  1. August 10, 1792: the fall of the monarchy
  2. Unit of celebrated impossible (july 1790-june 1791)
  3. The Civil Constitution of the Clergy (July 12, 1790)
  4. Despite the monarchy varennes (20 juin-septe mber 1791)
  5. The 1791 Constitution and the Legislature
  6. Leak in the front (october 1791-august 1792)
  7. The republic and the fate of the king (10 august 1792-21 january 1793)

France is at war with Austria since April 20. On July 25, Brunswick promises the worst tortures in Paris where Parisians do not subordinate themselves to the king, which spreads out into the open connivance of the king abroad. Paris takes a petition calling for the overthrowing of the king. The Legislature refused to judge Lafayette accused of wanting to save the monarchy. The Jacobins were divided. Robespierre was in favor of the regime change. On August 9, the marching orders to the Tuileries were launched.

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