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Military and the Wars of Napoleon Reforms of Napoleon Napoleon’s Empire Works and Discoveries People Napoleon's Life Hodge Podge 100 200 300 400 500 Final Jeopardy
Military- 100 The Treaty of Campo Formio took which country out of war with France? Austria
Military- 200 In 1805, which two countries joined the British against France? Russia and Austria
Military- 300 The Second Coalition against France was made up of: Russia, Austria, The Ottoman Empire, and Britain BONUS- 600 points
Military- 400 At the Battle of Trafalgar, what country did France loose any possibility of invading? England
Military- 500 After the Treaty of Tilsit, Napoleon aimed to cripple the British by: Cutting off all trade between Britain and the rest of Europe
Reforms- 100 The Continental System was designed to cut off all trade from _______ and the rest of Europe. Britain
Reforms- 200 The Napoleonic Code was officially known as the Civil Code of what year? 1804
Reforms- 300 The Continental System extended as far east as: Russia
Reforms- 400 Napoleon's Concordat was with the: Catholic Church BONUS- 800 points
Reforms- 500 The Napoleonic Code abolished the right of the eldest son to be the _______ ____ to his parent’s property. primary heir
Empire- 100 The declaration of Napoleon as Emperor of France was ratified by: A plebliscite
Empire- 200 Napoleon worked to restore order in France, in part by: Employing men from various political groups
Empire- 300 The Treaty of Chaumont restored this group to the French throne: The Bourbons
Empire- 400 Give two other names for the Napoleonic Empire: The First French Empire and The Greater French Empire
Empire- 500 In what year did Napoleon abdicate? 1814 BONUS- 1000 points
Works- 100 “What Is the Third Estate?” was written by: Abbe Sieyes
Works- 200 What country was food canning invented in? France BONUS- 400 points
Works- 300 Romantics were drawn to the art, literature, and architecture of: The Middle Ages
Works- 400 Jean-Jacques Rousseau laid out how to live a good life without being adversely influenced by society in: Emile
Works- 500 In the 18 th century, what writer used the terms Romantic and Gothic interchangeably? Johann Gottfried Herder
People- 100 Who established the Third Coalition for the British? William Pitt the Younger
People- 200 The most extensive neo-gothic monument of central Europe was ordered by: King Ludwig II
People- 300 “The Critique of Pure Reason” was written by: Kant
People- 400 Food canning was invented by: Nicholas Appert
People- 500 Who was the commander who destroyed the French fleet at Abukir in 1798? Horatio Nelson BONUS- 1000 points
Life- 100 Where was Napoleon born? The island nation of Corsica BONUS- 200 points
Life- 200 What year was Napoleon named Emperor of France? 1804
Life- 300 What battle is known as Napoleon’s ultimate defeat? The Battle of Waterloo
Life- 400 What was Napoleon’s first wife’s name? Josephine Bonaparte
Life- 500 How many children were in Napoleon’s family? (siblings including himself) Eight
Hodge Podge- 100 Revolutionary policies regarding what organization garnered the most domestic opposition? French Catholic Church
Hodge Podge- 200 What was the name of the 1802 accord between France and Britain? The Peace of Amiens
Hodge Podge- 300 One of the central features of the Romantic Movement in Germany was the emergence of: Nationalism
Hodge Podge- 400 When the Netherlands was established, it included: Belgium and Luxembourg BONUS- 800 points
Hodge Podge- 500 What group had a key influence on the development of Methodism, following an encounter with its founder? The Moravians
Military- BONUS The Quadruple Alliance included: United Kingdom, Russia, Prussia, Austria
Reform- BONUS The Napoleonic Code separated civil law into how many categories? Three: The law of persons The law of property Acquisition of property
Empire- BONUS Rebellion against French rule in Spain came from the: Peasants and Lower Clergy
Works- BONUS Immanuel Kant argued that human perception is as much a product of the mind’s activity as: Sensory perception
People- BONUS Who was the leader of the Methodist movement? John Wesley
Life- BONUS How many children did Napoleon have? One- Napoleon II
Hodge Podge- BONUS Following the Congress of Vienna, which country gained control of northern Italy? Austria
FINAL JEOPARDY Who crowned Napoleon at his coronation? Himself
Chapter 19 – The Revolution in Politics ( )
The Age of Napoleon Section 4: Pages Napoleon’s Background Born on the island of Corsica Family were minor nobles but had little money Trained.
“A Man of Destiny” Poor family of Lesser Nobility Born in Corsica 10 Yrs. Old - Military School 1783 Student at military academy in Paris.
The Napoleonic Wars Objective To understand the rise of Napoleon To understand the consequences of the Napoleonic Wars.
The Directory In 1795 another Constitution is drafted. An executive group of five men is established called the Directory. The Directory was corrupt and.
The Napoleonic Era Post-Revolution France. Napoleon Bonaparte.
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NAPOLEON BONAPARTE. Napoleon Born in Corsica Family was minor nobility.
Napoleon Bonaparte. Napoleon: Born for Greatness Born 1769 – Corsica Military school at age 9 By age 16 (1785) – Becomes army lieutenant 1795 Defends.
Chapter 19 Lesson 3 Notes: The Rise and Fall of Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France.
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Section 4 – The Age of Napoleon Begins Napoleon Bonaparte I ( ) Emperor of France.
The Age of Napoleon Chapter 3 Section 3. The Rise of Napoleon Napoleon Bonaparte moved through the ranks and became a lieutenant in the French army Napoleon.
Attention please, Take a pen and paper and get ready to take some notes…
The Napoleonic Era, 1799 Napoleon’s Rule of France Napoleon confirmed the gains of the peasantry and reassured the middle class by defending property.
Chapter 19: The Age of Napoleon and the Triumph of Romanticism Section 3: Napoleon’s Empire By Dallin F. Hardy.
Napoleon: Foreign Policy and Downfall. Peace of Amiens between England and France (1802) Divorced after 1 year Napoleon begins disrupting- Holland,
Napoleon Bonaparte Jacques Louis David capturing his victories as a military leader.
The Age of Napoleon Early Life Born in Corsica Age 9 – Military School Age 16 – Lieutenant Joins the French Army when the Revolution breaks.
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