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CHAPTER 11 REVIEW
Name the government that was overthrown by Napoleon’s coup d’ etat.The Directory
What was the mandate of the Civil Constitution of the Clergy?It mandated that the clergy were to be elected by the people
When was the Bourbon Monarchy restored to the throne in FranceWhen was the Bourbon Monarchy restored to the throne in France? (not a date) When Louis XVIII ascended to the throne
What group of people had almost no rights under the Civil Code?Women
Who were the electors? Men who owned or rented property of a certain value and were thus qualified to vote for members of the legislative assemblies
What was the name given to the Cathedral of Notre Dame during the dechristianization?Temple of Reason
What two countries threatened to use force to restore Louis XVI to power?Austria and Prussia
Define taille. The chief tax in France that was paid mostly by the third estate
How did the Russians defeat Napoleon’s Grand Army?By retreating hundreds of miles and burning their villages and countryside including Moscow
What was the most important legal code established by Napoleon?The Civil Code
Who seized power from the Legislative Assembly?The Paris Commune
What did the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen proclaim?Equal rights for all men, but no political rights for women
Who defeated Napoleon in his final battle?The Duke of Wellington
What were the three (3) major parts of Napoleon’s Grand Empire?The French Empire, the dependent states, and the allied states
How did the National Convention try to create a new order that reflected its belief in reason?It pursued a policy of dechristianization, going as far as to adopt a new calendar
Define the term sans-culottes and what did the name imply?Without short breeches; ordinary patriots without fine clothes
Why was Louis XVI forced to accept the decrees of the National Assembly?Because thousands of armed Parisian women descended on the palace and captured him and his family
What was the Tennis Court Oath?A vow to continue to meet until they had produced a French constitution
According to the Civil Constitution of the Clergy how were bishops and priests elected and paid?They were to be elected by the people and paid by the state
What broad powers were given to the Committee of Public Safety?Defend France from threats
Name two major reasons for the collapse of Napoleon’s Grand Army.The survival of Great Britain and the force of nationalism
Which of France’s estates was NOT exempt from the taille?The Third Estate (commoners)
Who made the laws according to the Constitution of 1791?The Legislative Assembly
Who was the leader of the Committee of Public Safety?Maximilien Robespierre
How was a person promoted within Napoleon’s bureaucracy?Based on ability only, not rank or birth
Where was Napoleon defeated by the Duke of Wellington?Waterloo
Identify the bourgeoisie.Middle class merchants, bankers, and industrialists
What was the Reign of Terror?A time during the French Revolution when 40,000 people were killed
Identify the Directory.A group of five men selected by the Council of Elders after the Reign of Terror
Who was the oldest enemy of the Revolution that Napoleon had to make peace with?The Catholic Church
Define nationalism. The unique cultural identity of a people based on their common beliefs
What event began the French Revolution?The storming of the Bastille
What was used by the revolutionaries to execute their opponents?The Guillotine
What island was Napoleon exiled to in his final defeat?St. Helena
End of Chapter 11 Review
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