5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- September 3, 1791
- June 20, 1791
- December 2, 1804
- a Those who wanted to get rid of the king, set up a republic, and institute far-reaching changes.
- b First Constitution proclaimed
- c The French Concordat with the Catholic Church
- d Napoleon crowned Emperor of France
- e King's Flight to Varennes
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Just laws and wise governments must be created by and subject to the will of the people.
- Louis XVI becomes king
- Make the laws. The Congress.
- The 83 divided parts of France during the Revolution, reformed by the National Assembly.
- The Estates General is convoked for May 1, 1789
5 True/False Questions
Enlightenment → A time when philosophers believed they could apply the scientific method and use reason to logically explain human nature.
July 5, 1809 → Storming of the Bastille
November 3, 1795 → First Constitution proclaimed
Bourgeoisie → A procedure in which Napoleon submitted the constitution of his new government to the people for a vote.
Scorched-earth policy → An agreement between the people and Napoleon (1801), in which the Catholic religion was recognized as the religion of most French citizens, but did not abolish the religious toleration guaranteed by the Declaration of the Rights of Man.