What caused the revolutionary wars?

The great French revolution of 1789 was also strongly reflected in the states adjacent to it, prompting them to take decisive measures against imminent danger. The Holy Roman Emperor Leopold II and the Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm II on a personal meeting in Pilnitsa agreed to stop the spread of revolutionary ideas. They were prompted by the insistence of the French emigres, who formed the corps of troops in Koblenz under the command of Prince Conde. Military preparations were begun, but the monarchs for a long time did not dare to open hostile actions. The initiative was followed by France, which on April 20, 1792 declared war on Austria for its hostile actions against France. Austria and Prussia entered into a defensive and offensive alliance, which gradually joined almost all other German states, as well as Spain and the kings of Sardinia and Neapolitan.

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