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Jeopardy Game for The French Revolution
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$100 The estate to which the vast majority of the French people belong.
$100 What is the third estate?
$200 The major cause of the French Revolution.
$200 What was the unequal social system that did not allow the vast majority of citizens to participate equally in society?
$300 What Louis XVI did when he needed more money in order to help pay off French debts.
$300 What is finally called a meeting of the Estates General, the first since 1614?
$400 The pledge that the Third Estate made to not disband before they had developed a constitution.
$400 What is the Tennis Court Oath?
$500 The body that the Third Estate formed when their representatives left the meeting of the Estates General.
$500 What is the National Assembly?
$100 The significant event that occurred on July 14th, 1789 and is considered to be the opening act of the French revolution.
$100 What is a Parisian mob stormed the hated Bastille in Paris? Or Storming of the Bastille What is a Parisian mob stormed the hated Bastille in Paris? Or Storming of the Bastille
$200 The storm of the Bastille was immediately followed this.
$200 What is the Great Fear?
$300 After the king refused to give up his power and abide by a constitutional monarchy, the National Assembly came under the control of this more radical (extremist) group.
$300 What is the Jacobins?
$400 The main leader of the extremist group the Jacobins.
$400 Who was Maximilien Rovespierre?
$500 As a result of the Revolution falling into the hands of the radicals, it entered into this phase (the bloodiest phase).
$500 What is the Reign of Terror?
$100 Napoleon first came to the French people’s attention due to this.
$100 What are smashing military victories? Or Battle of Austerlitz
$200 The Concord of 1801 dealt with Napoleon’s efforts to do this.
$200 What is make peace with the Catholic Church?
$300 The Battle of Trafalgar was very important strategic victory for the British for this reason.
$300 What is meant that Napoleon would not be able to invade Britain?
$400 Napoleon tried to strangle Britain through economic warfare; he forbade any nation to trade with Britain through an order known as this.
$400 What is the Continental System?
$500 The Beginning of the end, for Napoleon, happened when he got involved in a costly and time-consuming conflict with Spain known as this.
$500 What is the Peninsular War?
$100 The practice of drawing an enemy further into your country by steadily retreating and then destroying all crops and housing, such as the Russians did to Napoleon, is known as this.
$100 What is the “scorched earth” policy?
$200 The meeting held to the decide how Europe was to be restored after Napoleon was known as this.
$200 What is the Congress of Vienna?
$300 At the Congress of Vienna, Prince Klemens von Metternich believed that it was best to restore power to this group.
$300 Who are the royal families who had ruled before Napoleon?
$400 The Queen of France during the French Revolution.
$400 Who was Marie Antoinette?
$500 A quick and thorough overthrow of an existing government.
$500 What is a Coup d’ etat?
$100 The term that is used to describe Napoleon’s return from his exile at Elba.
$100 What is the 100 days?
$200 The “humane” device that was invented to make execution less cruel during this time.
$200 What was the guillotine?
$300 The document that made all the estates in France essentially equal.
$300 What is the Declaration of the Rights of Man?
$400 The name of the battle in which Napoleon was finally defeated.
$400 What is Waterloo?
$500 The name of the weak government that Napoleon overthrew in 1795.
$500 What is the Directory?
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