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Complex question.

  • Resources.
    France was large, rich and Populous country. Around 40 million to Austria's 20 million or Prussia's 10 Million, Russian was about the same 40 million, but well behind in wealth. And France was richer than these countries. And once France had established an empire, French advantages increased.

  • Politics and Diplomacy. 
    For a lot of the period France was only opposed to 1 major land power. Even in the Early period, Russia, Prussia were much more concerned with the partition of Poland than dealing with france.

  • the Revolution - patriotism, .
    Initially the revolutionary armies were able to be mobilised essentially by patriotism, and calling for volunteers was responded to in very large numbers, the revolution mobilised more of the French society, this did not last and conscription replaced volunteers. But in critical period the volunteers and enthusiasm

  • The Empire. 
    Once the Revolutionary armies occupied areas, Netherlands, Rhineland, Italy much of the costs of supporting the armies was able to be imposed on the Empire. as much as half the military expenditure of France came formfrom the Empire.

Complex question.

  • Resources France was large, rich and Populous country. Around 40 million to Austria's 20 million or Prussia's 10 Million, Russian was about the same 40 million, but well behind in wealth. And France was richer than these countries. And once France had established an empire, French advantages increased.

  • Politics and Diplomacy. For a lot of the period France was only opposed to 1 major land power. Even in the Early period, Russia, Prussia were much more concerned with the partition of Poland than dealing with france.

  • the Revolution - patriotism, Initially the revolutionary armies were able to be mobilised essentially by patriotism, and calling for volunteers was responded to in very large numbers, the revolution mobilised more of the French society, this did not last and conscription replaced volunteers. But in critical period the volunteers and enthusiasm

  • The Empire. Once the Revolutionary armies occupied areas, Netherlands, Rhineland, Italy much of the costs of supporting the armies was able to be imposed on the Empire. as much as half the military expenditure of France came form the Empire.

Complex question.

  • Resources.
    France was large, rich and Populous country. Around 40 million to Austria's 20 million or Prussia's 10 Million, Russian was about the same 40 million, but well behind in wealth. And France was richer than these countries. And once France had established an empire, French advantages increased.

  • Politics and Diplomacy. 
    For a lot of the period France was only opposed to 1 major land power. Even in the Early period, Russia, Prussia were much more concerned with the partition of Poland than dealing with france.

  • the Revolution - patriotism.
    Initially the revolutionary armies were able to be mobilised essentially by patriotism, and calling for volunteers was responded to in very large numbers, the revolution mobilised more of the French society, this did not last and conscription replaced volunteers. But in critical period the volunteers and enthusiasm

  • The Empire. 
    Once the Revolutionary armies occupied areas, Netherlands, Rhineland, Italy much of the costs of supporting the armies was able to be imposed on the Empire. as much as half the military expenditure of France came from the Empire.

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Complex question.

  • Resources France was large, rich and Populous country. Around 40 million to Austria's 20 million or Prussia's 10 Million, Russian was about the same 40 million, but well behind in wealth. And France was richer than these countries. And once France had established an empire, French advantages increased.

  • Politics and Diplomacy. For a lot of the period France was only opposed to 1 major land power. Even in the Early period, Russia, Prussia were much more concerned with the partition of Poland than dealing with france.

  • the Revolution - patriotism, Initially the revolutionary armies were able to be mobilised essentially by patriotism, and calling for volunteers was responded to in very large numbers, the revolution mobilised more of the French society, this did not last and conscription replaced volunteers. But in critical period the volunteers and enthusiasm

  • The Empire. Once the Revolutionary armies occupied areas, Netherlands, Rhineland, Italy much of the costs of supporting the armies was able to be imposed on the Empire. as much as half the military expenditure of France came form the Empire.

Complex question.

  • Resources France was large, rich and Populous country. Around 40 million to Austria's 20 million or Prussia's 10 Million, Russian was about the same 40 million, but well behind in wealth. And France was richer than these countries. And once France had established an empire, French advantages increased.

  • Politics and Diplomacy. For a lot of the period France was only opposed to 1 major land power. Even in the Early period, Russia, Prussia were much more concerned with the partition of Poland than dealing with france.

  • the Revolution - patriotism, Initially the revolutionary armies were able to be mobilised essentially by patriotism, and calling for volunteers was responded to in very large numbers, the revolution mobilised more of the French society, this did not last and conscription replaced volunteers. But in critical period the volunteers and enthusiasm

  • The Empire. Once the Revolutionary armies occupied areas, Netherlands, Rhineland, Italy much of the costs of supporting the armies was able to be imposed on the Empire.

Complex question.

  • Resources France was large, rich and Populous country. Around 40 million to Austria's 20 million or Prussia's 10 Million, Russian was about the same 40 million, but well behind in wealth. And France was richer than these countries. And once France had established an empire, French advantages increased.

  • Politics and Diplomacy. For a lot of the period France was only opposed to 1 major land power. Even in the Early period, Russia, Prussia were much more concerned with the partition of Poland than dealing with france.

  • the Revolution - patriotism, Initially the revolutionary armies were able to be mobilised essentially by patriotism, and calling for volunteers was responded to in very large numbers, the revolution mobilised more of the French society, this did not last and conscription replaced volunteers. But in critical period the volunteers and enthusiasm

  • The Empire. Once the Revolutionary armies occupied areas, Netherlands, Rhineland, Italy much of the costs of supporting the armies was able to be imposed on the Empire. as much as half the military expenditure of France came form the Empire.

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Complex question.

  • Resources France was large, rich and Populous country. Around 40 million to Austria's 20 million or Prussia's 10 Million, Russian was about the same 40 million, but well behind in wealth. And France was richer than these countries. And once France had established an empire, French advantages increased.

  • Politics and Diplomacy. For a lot of the period France was only opposed to 1 major land power. Even in the Early period, Russia, Prussia were much more concerned with the partition of Poland than dealing with france.

  • the Revolution - patriotism, Initially the revolutionary armies were able to be mobilised essentially by patriotism, and calling for volunteers was responded to in very large numbers, the revolution mobilised more of the French society, this did not last and conscription replaced volunteers. But in critical period the volunteers and enthusiasm

  • The Empire. Once the Revolutionary armies occupied areas, Netherlands, Rhineland, Italy much of the costs of supporting the armies was able to be imposed on the Empire.