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The Clergy makes up this Estate
What is the First Estate?
The name for the French middle class
What is Bourgeoisie?
This event happened July 14, 1789
What is the taking of the Bastille?
The third estate made up approximately this percent of France’s Population
What is 97%?
Louis and Marie Antoinette tried to flee the country and were captured in this town
Where is Varennes?
this radical club that set out to build a “republic of virtue”
Who are the Jacobins?
This political faction sat on the left site of the Legislative Assembly
Who are the radicals?
The name for people who fled the country during the French Revolution
Who are Émigrés?
People who were safe from the guillotine during the Reign of Terror
Who is NO ONE?
This document stated that “men are born and remain free and equal in rights?
What is the Declaration of Rights of Man and Citizen?
Napoleon’s biggest mistake that cost him the majority of his army and lead to the Capture of Paris by his enemies?
What is the Invasion of Russia?
The only major battle lost by France
What is the Battle of Trafalgar
The War fought with Spain is known as this
What is the Peninsular War?
Napoleon’s Continental System was designed to cut this country off from the rest of Europe
Who is Great Britain
This enabled Napoleon to control his neighboring countries?
What is his large army?
As a result of the actions taken by the Congress of Vienna many ruling families were returned to their throne through this principal idea
What is Legitimacy?
This goal of the Congress of Vienna allowed for a balance of power in Europe
What is surrounding France with strong states?
This Austrian was the most important leader of the Congress of Vienna
Who is Klemens Von Metternich?
The Congress of Vienna feared punishing France for this reason
What is they would want revenge?
This newly created country was made up of 38 states and dominated by Austria
What is the German Confederation?
The Napoleonic Code established this for France
What is law and order?
Napoleon sold this land to finance his campaigns in Europe
What is the Louisiana Purchase?
The policy used by the Russians during Napoleon’s invasion
What is scorched- earth?
This person known as the incorruptible wanted to protect the Revolution from its enemies
Who is Robespierre?
Marie Antoinette had these kinds of animals in her hamlet
What are perfumed sheep?
Make your wager
This is the first form of revolutionary Government established after the beginning of the Estates General
What is the National Assembly?
7.1 - The French Revolution What class of people belonged to the Second Estate? Nobles.
The French Revolution and Napoleon Section Two Revolution Brings Reform and Terror.
Chapter 7-The French Revolution and Napoleon. France.
The French Revolution A Timeline of French Events
WH Quiz Review Revolutions. Who was Maximilien Robespierre?
Napoleon and the Congress of Vienna Review Questions.
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The French Revolution -Key Concepts-. Revolutionary Ideas -Ideological Foundation for Political Liberalism-
The French Revolution and Napoleon Section Five The Congress of Vienna.
After Napoleon was exiled, the nations that made up the Grand Alliance met to decide the fate of European nations (Austria, Britain, Prussia, and Russia).
Warm Up Answer the following questions based on the map, Revolutions in Europe, 1848 (p. 594): a. Which revolution site lies closest to the 40 degrees.
Napoleon’s Empire Collapses Napoleon made 3 mistakes 1 st : the Continental System—In November of 1806, Napoleon called for a blockade of all ports.
Please do not talk at this timeNov. 4 HW: Finish Book Work on Napoleon from class Use your notes and pgs. 229 – 233 in your book to create a Napoleon Political.
The French Revolution and Napoleonic Era Chapter 18.
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Please do not talk at this timeOct 27 Napoleon Week! Please get a chart from the front of the room HW: Use Chapter 7, Sec. 3 and 4 to add to your Chart.
Absolutism Enlightenment French Revolution VocabMisc IMisc. II Final Question.
FRENCH REVOLUTION AND NAPOLEON CH. 23. Dauphin = Title for the heir to the French Crown Dauphine = wife heir to the French Crown.
BELL RINGER 1)What was the Tennis Court Oath? 2)What was the National Assembly? 3)What was the Declaration of Rights of Man and the Citizen? 4)Why was.
Causes of the Rev. in Fr. “Little by little, the old world crumbled, and not once did the king imagine that some of the pieces might fall on him.” ― Jennifer.
Napoleon Part II Empire to Exile to Empire to House Arrest Learning Target: Explain the political actions taken by French citizens during the French Revolution.
Europe After Napoleon Chapter 12, Section 2. The Congress of Vienna Congress of Vienna met in September 1814 to determine a final peace settlement with.
3 Phases of the French Revolution Pre-Revolutionary Events (mid 1789) May 5, 1789 – Louis XVI calls a meeting of the Estates General (to raise taxes) June.
By Chris Anderson Randolph-Henry High School. Introduction France will reach its height during the same time as the American Revolution France was very.
POP QUIZ! 1) Invaded Russia 2)Created a Republic 3)Contributed to the American Revolution 4)Called the Estates-General 5)Led the National Assembly 6)Created.
World History 1500 to Present Unit 3 Notes: French Revolution and other Enlightenment inspired revolutions, spread of nationalism; Unification Movements;
French Revolution & Napoleon Ch. 11. The Three Estates First Estate The Church Second Estate Rich Nobles Third Estate- everyone else Bourgeoisie- merchants,
The Congress of Vienna The beginning of the 100 years peace.
French Financial Crisis deeply in debt due to Seven Years War and American Revolution parlements – French royal courts dominated by hereditary nobility.
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