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Cisrhenian Republic

Cisrhenian Republic
Cisrhenanische Republik
Client state of France


Capital Not specified
Government Republic
Historical era Napoleonic Wars
 •  Creation 28 August 1797
 •  de jure annexed by France 28 August 1802
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Electorate of Cologne
Electorate of Mainz
Electorate of Trier
Electorate of the Palatinate
Duchy of Jülich
Duchy of Cleves
Free City of Aachen
First French Republic

The Cisrhenian Republic was a French client republic created on 28 August 1797 on the western bank of the Rhine river, under French domination.

Under the terms of the Peace of Basel in 1795, the Kingdom of Prussia had been compelled to cede all her territories west of the Rhine, and together with the west-Rhenish territories of the Prince-Bishops of Trier, Mainz and Cologne, the Electorate of the Palatinate, the duchy of Jülich, and the free city of Aachen and Cologne, they were combined into the short-lived Cisrhenian Republic under the rule of a "Protector" Louis Lazare Hoche, a French general.

In the François Joseph Rudler into the départements of Roer, Rhin-et-Moselle, Sarre and Mont-Tonnerre. The inclusion of the western bank of the Rhine into the French Empire also led to the Reichsdeputationshauptschluss.

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