The Legislative Assembly (French: Assemblée législative) was the legislature of
France from 1 October 1791 to 20 September 1792 during the years of the
French Revolution. It provided the f...
The Legislative Assembly was the governing body of France between ... Its
deputies had drafted a constitution they believed reflected the aims of the
Legislative Assembly, French Assemblée Législative, national parliament of
France during part of the Revolutionary period and again during the Second ...
Apr 18, 2011 ... Formed in October 1791, the Legislative Assembly was the body of people
vested with the power to make laws during the French Revolution.
Most of the members of the Legislative Assembly held extreme views and that
could .... The revolutionaries of France were not contented with the spread of their
Apr 28, 2012 ... There were, it is true, in the Legislative Assembly two parties: the royalist .... in
May 1791, “that the French Revolution, for which you are fighting, ...
Definition: When the National Assembly, the body of French Estates General
representatives whose creation is held to have started the French Revolution, ...
Dec 8, 2009 ... The French Revolution Liberty Leading The People by Delacroix. ... Why did the
Legislative Assembly and Louis XVI favor war?
In accordance with France's new constitution, the National Assembly disbanded
itself. Power passed to a newly elected Legislative Assembly (parliament), ...
Under the Constitution of 1791, France would ... The Legislative Assembly first
met on October 1, 1791, and ...