← Ch. 10-23 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Franco-Prussian War
- Benjamin Constant
- Henry III
- Treaty of Dover
- a The war which helped Bismarck complete unification by bringing southern German states under Prussian control. It resulted in the fall of Napoleon III and the Second French Empire.
- b In 1670, Charles II and Louis XIV had a secret meeting and allied against the Dutch, as long as Charles promised to convert England to Catholicism when conditions permitted.
- c Initially made up of six members and later of eight members, this council governed Florence.
- d Politique king who passed the Peace of Beaulieu, allowing Huguenots complete civil and religious freedom. But France was not ready for this, and the Catholic League freed him to reject it. He teamed up with Henry of Navare, and the planned the successful assassinations of the Duke and cardinal of Guise. When the planned an invasion of Paris, he was killed.
- e (1767-1830) French liberal theorist who believed that "property alone renders a man capable of exercising his political rights."
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- This ended the 3rd war of religion allowed Protestants full religious freedoms within their territories and the right to fortify their cities.
- A member of a British political party, founded in 1689, that was the opposition party to the Whigs and has been known as the Conservative Party since about 1832
- This radical Dominican preacher convinces most the fearful Florentines that the French king's arrival was a long-delayed and fully justified vengeance on their immortality.
- March 20-June 22, 1815-began on March 1, 1815, when
Napoleon landed in the south of France and marched
with large-scale popular support, into Paris;Napoleon capitalized on the stalled talks at Vienna
and left Elba for France.
- 1804-1814-Dec 2, 1804, Napoleon crowned himself hereditary
Emperor of France in Notre-Dame Cathedral;Hoped to preempt plans of royalists to return the
Bourbons to the throne;Believed an empire was necessary for France to
maintain and expand its influence throughout
forces of nationalism
5 True/False Questions
Catholic Emancipation Act 1829 → Guaranteed Belgian neutrality.
Quadruple Alliance → The second wife of Henry VIII. He desired her over Catherine of Aragon.
Essay Concerning Human Understanding → Napoleon decided to wage economic warfare against
Britain after his loss at the Battle of Trafalgar;, Napoleon's efforts to block foreign trade with England by forbidding Importation of British goods Into Europe.
Hoberreaux → Also known as Francois Marie Arouet, he was by far the most influential of the philosophes. In addition to writing works such as "Letters on the English," "Candide," and "Elements of the Philosophy of Newton," he attacked war and religious persecution. Chief rival was Rousseau.
Versailles → Led by Cornelius Jansen, this Roman Catholic group formed in opposition to the political influence of the Jesuits.