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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 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 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 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
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