No the French Revolution was 1789. The rules of Association Football were not formulated until 1863.
No. The revolution created a classless society (In theory at least).
No. Zombies, like unicorns, don't exist
Louisiana, as a state, did not exist at the time of the American Revolution.
The French Revolution ended with the creation of the French Consulate by coup in 1799 in which Napoleon became the First Consul of France. The legal government of the Directory ceased to exist.
No. The French and Indian War ended in 1763. The US did not exist until 1789.
Canada did not exist as a country at the time of the American revolution. There was both french and English colony's though.
Though the US did not exist at the time of the French Revolution and thus could not have supported it, the French Revolution and the American Revolution happened only a few years apart and were closely linked in their democratic ideology. That being said, the French revolution was bloody, chaotic and soon spun out of control. The US should not have supported the French Revolution and its mass executions.
The office of President didn't exist until 1789.
Germany and Italy both did not exist as such during the French Revolution. Both areas consisted of a considerable number of bigger and smaller Kingdoms, Bishoprics, Dukedoms etcetera. Most of them did not interfere with the revolution in France. Later on, the French decided to export their new-found revolutionary ideals to these countries, and French armies - mostly under Napoleon and his Marshalls - overran many of the Italian and German states. Napoleon then established of his siblings and in-laws as kings and queens of the newly conquered German and Italian lands.
To exist is "exister" in French.
Soccer has nothing to do with mathematics. Mathematics would exist and flourish whether or not there was soccer.
If by "Americans," you mean colonists, then they fought the British. Americans didn't exist during the American Revolution, because they were still British subjects.
The Holy Roman Empire will still exist. Italy, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg would not exist. Maybe not even Monaco.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau was the inspiration behind the French Revolution. The leaders of the revolt praised his concept of undivided sovereignty. In his book, "The Social Contract", he stated that the government can't exist unless it looks out for the welfare and equality of its citizens.
Napoleon liked the French revolution very much because he knew that the monarchy would no longer exist and that he could become a more important person. Also, because he was good with people, he knew that he could convince the population to vote him as their emperor.
Any girl, girls special soccer teams exist.
The American Revolution has a definite effect on people in modern day culture. Specifically, the United States might not exist today if not for the Revolution. Furthermore, the American Revolution was what inspired the French to revolt. If the American Revolution hadn't happened, there would be repercussions worldwide today.
George Washington was the leader of the American Army during the revolution. The State of Washington did not exist during the Civil War but was technically, as a territory, part of the Union.
The world cup
They killed people and ate stuff so they all died, so france does no longer exist. Your Face.
there wasn't a president of the US during the French and Indian War because the US didn't exist then. The was from 1754-1763, the declaration of Independence wasn't even signed until 1776.
NEVER, soccer does not exist in Europe it's called football here.
That is question explains itself. The soccer ball is used to make the sport of soccer what it is. For without the ball the sport of soccer would not exist. The ball is used to score goals.
"colarge" does not exist in English or French, please rephrase.