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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 The Estates Liberte`, Egalite` Fraternite` Government Napoleon Miss A. Says “…”
The Estates $100 The First Estate contained this group which owned 10% of the land and paid no taxes.
The Estates $100 What is the Clergy?
The Estates $200 The Second Estate was made up of this group who owned 25-30% of the land and paid no taxes.
The Estates $200 What is the nobilty?
The Estates $300 The name given to the wealthy middle class of the Third Estate.
The Estates $300 What is the bourgeoise?
The Estates $400 The name for the governing body that consisted of representatives from all three estates.
The Estates $400 What was the Estates General?
The Estates $500 The Third Estate changed it’s name to this and vowed to create a constitution for France.
The Estates $500 What is The National Assembly?
Liberte`, Egalite`, Fraternite` $100 This beheading machine became the weapon of choice for the revolution.
Liberte`, Egalite`, Fraternite` $100 What was the Guillotine?
Liberte`, Egalite`, Fraternite` $200 The National Assembly gave this group power after Louis XVI was executed.
Liberte`, Egalite`, Fraternite` $200 What is The Committee of Public Safety?
Liberte`, Egalite`, Fraternite` $300 Members of this group took the king captive and referred to themselves as sans-culottes, “without breeches.”
Liberte`, Egalite`, Fraternite` $300 What is the Paris Commune?
Liberte`, Egalite`, Fraternite` $400 Members of the 3 rd Estate tore down this prison and armory after they raided it and found no weapons inside.
Liberte`, Egalite`, Fraternite` $400 What is the Bastille?
Liberte`, Egalite`, Fraternite` $500 The Reign of Terror began and ended with this radical Jacobin, who was a member of the Committee of Public Safety.
Liberte`, Egalite`, Fraternite` $500 What was Maximilien Robespierre?
Government $100 This document, signed on July 4 th 1776, was based on ideas of the Enlightenment.
Government $100 What was the Declaration of Independence?
Government $200 This document, adopted on August 26 th, 1789 was inspired by the English Bill of Rights, the American Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution.
Government $200 What is the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen?
Government $300 This new committee of five people would lead France until Napoleon overthrew them in 1799.
Government $300 What is The Directory?
Government $400 Under the Constitution of 1791, this group would make the laws, despite the fact that there was still a king.
Government $400 Who was the Legislative Assembly?
Government $500 The Robespierre led CPS wanted a democratic republic composed of good citizens known as this….
Government $500 What is the Republic of Virtue?
Napoleon $100 Napoleon became consulate of France by taking part in this overthrow of the government.
Napoleon $100 What is a coup d'état?
Napoleon $200 Once in power, Napoleon unified all the laws in France by introducing this change.
Napoleon $200 What is the Napoleonic Code, or Civil Code?
Napoleon $300 Napoleon controlled his Grand Empire by setting up these two types of states under his rule.
Napoleon $300 What are dependent states and allied states?
Napoleon $400 Napoleon was exiled after both of his defeats. First to Elba, and then to this small island in the southern Atlantic.
Napoleon $400 What is St. Helena?
Napoleon $500 The Russians foiled Napoleon’s invasion attempt by using this tactic which involved burning their own supplies and cities to the ground.
Napoleon $500 What is the scorched earth tactic?
Miss A. says, “…” $100 A sense of identity as a country based on a common language, religion or other symbols is known as this…
Miss A. says, “…” $100 What is nationalism?
Miss A. says, “…” $200 Despite many attempts, Napoleon was never able to defeat this island nation north of France.
Miss A. says, “…” $200 What is Great Britain?
Miss A. says, “…” $300 The lavish spending of this queen of Louis XVI led to public resentment and she was eventually beheaded.
Miss A. says, “…” $300 Who was Marie Antoinette?
Miss A. says, “…” $400 Before he became emperor, Napoleon was given this title, taken from ancient Rome.
Miss A. says, “…” $400 What is consulate?
Miss A. says, “…” $500 Napoleon’s combined forces of France, the allied states and the dependent states was known by this title.
Miss A. says, “…” $500 What is the Grand Empire?
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