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Feudal system used in France since the Middle Ages Old Regime
Who made up the Estates-General? 1 st Estate 2 nd Estate 3 rd Estate Church/clergy Lords or Nobles The Bourgeoisie, anybody who worked,& the peasants
Who was the king of France during the Revolution? Louis XVI
Austrian Born woman Known as Madam Deficit Marie Antoinette
Reason why the Estates –General was called for the 1 st time in 175 years Excessive spending & huge gambling debts
He urged the 3 rd Estate to form the National assembly & Napoleon to take control Abbe’ Sieyes
The name of the pledge made up by the 3 rd estate to not leave until they had written a new constitution Tennis Court Oath
The women of Paris marched to Versailles in the rain Womens March
Owner of a Revolutionary Newspaper, his answer to problems was kill more people Jean Paul Marat
Men who wore their pants down Sans-culottes
Leader of the Committee of Public safety Robespierre
What group imposed the Reign of Terror? Committee of Public Safety
What % of the population belonged to the 1 st & 2 nd Estates 2%
How did the National Assembly loose support of the peasants? Took away the Catholic Church
Why did Napoleon sell the Louisiana Purchase? Raise Money Cut his losses Punish the British
Why is the Battle of Trafalgar important? Napoleon gives up hope of invading Britain English Naval Power is secured for 100 years
What were Napoleons 3 major mistakes? Continental System Peninsular War Invading Russia
How did Czar Alexander defeat Napoleon? Scorching the Earth
A mob stormed a prison looking for gunpowder Bastille Day
Liberty, Equality, Fraternity Slogan of the Revolution
“men are born free and remain free and equal in rights” Declaration of the rights of Men
Who was safe from the guillotine? No one
Public schools uniform laws fairer tax code Napoleons accomplishments
Why did Napoleon attack Portugal? To enforce the continental system
Group that liked the Enlightenment Views Bourgeoisie
By how much did Napoleon Increase french territory? Tripled it
Napoleons last battle Waterloo
Island Napoleon was exiled to Elba
Napoleon’s last hoorah 100 days
Napoleons final home St Elena
A sudden take over Coup d e’tat
Wave of Panic in Paris The Fear
She was good with a knife Charlotte Corday
Radical Revolutionary group Jacobins
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