End of French Revolution.

On December 24th, 1799: The Councils, now strongly under the control of Bonaparte, adopted the Constitution of the Year VIII. The new Consulate was formally established, with Bonaparte as First Consul, Cambacérès as Second Consul, and Charles-François Lebrun as Third Consul.

Traditional histories mark this date as the end of the French Revolution and the beginning of the Napoleonic era. France would come to rule much of Europe.

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