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Jeopardy Napoleon Rise to Power Napoleon Policies Napoleon Downfall Congress of Vienna Industrial Rev Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question Napoleon replaced this executive body which ruled from 1795-1799
$100 Answer The Directory
$200 Question What is a concordat?
$200 Answer An agreement with a Pope
$300 Question Napoleon crowned himself Emperor so that he owed allegiance to no one. What year was this?
$300 Answer 1804
$400 Question What empire did Napoleon wipe off the face of the map?
$400 Answer Holy Roman Empire
$500 Question What replaced the Holy Roman Empire after Napoleon wiped it off the face of the map?
$500 Answer Confederation of the Rhine
$100 Question Napoleon wanted to make sure British goods could not enter Europe. What was this policy called?
$100 Answer Continental System
$200 Question What document said any ship that docked in England could be confiscated?
$200 Answer Milan Decree (1807)
$300 Question France fought this war in the Iberian Peninsula?
$300 Answer Peninsular War
$400 Question This type of fighting involves hit and run tactics meant to stretch out the war.
$400 Answer Guerilla Warfare
$500 Question Who was the Czar of Russia in 1812?
$500 Answer Alexander I
$100 Question When you destroy everything an enemy can use, this is known as what policy?
$100 Answer Scorched-Earth Policy
$200 Question What battle took place October 16 th -19 th 1813?
$200 Answer Battle of Nations
$300 Question Who replaces Napoleon when he is sent to Elba?
$300 Answer Louis XVIII
$400 Question What was the name of Napoleon’s final battle on June 18 th 1815?
$400 Answer Waterloo
$500 Question Where is Napoleon finally sent into exile? (He also dies here in 1821)
$500 Answer St. Helena
$100 Question Who represented Austria at the Congress of Vienna?
$100 Answer Klemens von Metternich
$200 Question Who represented England at the Congress of Vienna?
$200 Answer Robert Stewart Castlereagh
$300 Question Who represented Russia at the Congress of Vienna?
$300 Answer Czar Alexander I
$400 Question Who represented Prussia at the Congress of Vienna?
$400 Answer Prince Karl August von Hardenberg
$500 Question The Congress of Vienna ended in what year?
$500 Answer 1815
$100 Question Name one benefit of the steam engine
$100 Answer -Factories didn’t need to be near rivers -Could power any machine
$200 Question What two resources led to the Industrial Revolution beginning in Great Britain?
$200 Answer Iron & Coal
$300 Question How did life change for people after factories began sprouting up?
$300 Answer Answers could vary
$400 Question Describe child labor during the Industrial Rev.
$400 Answer Long hours, dangerous conditions, risk of injury little pay, little breaks
$500 Question When the means of production are owned by the government and there is no competition, what type of economic system is being employed?
$500 Answer Communist
Final Jeopardy How young was Napoleon when he first became an officer?
Final Jeopardy 16
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he decided to make himself Emperor, which the French supported. took the crown from the pope and placed it on his own head-act of arrogance showed.
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