Comoros becomes a French protectorate.
The islands become a French overseas territory and are given representation in the French parliament.
Comoros is granted political autonomy.
Three of the islands making up the Comoros reach an agreement with France to become independent. A fourth island, Mayotte, votes to stay under French rule.
Comoros officially becomes independent from France.
The islands of Anjouan and Moheli declare independence from the Comoros.
As part of a new constitution, the three islands of Anjouan, Moheli, and Grande Comore agree to stay a united country with each island having greater autonomy, including separate presidents for all three islands.
The island of Mayotte votes to fully integrate with France. Comoros disputes the vote, as the government still lays claims to the island.