5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- First Estate
- Enlightened Despotism
- a A procedure in which Napoleon submitted the constitution of his new government to the people for a vote.
- b Love of ones country rather than love of one's religion.
- c Clergy of the Roman Catholic Church. 1% of the population.
- d A system of government in which absolute monarchs ruled according to the principles of the Enlightenment.
- e Those who did not want to change the existing conditions, who thought the Revolution had gone on too long.
5 Multiple choice questions
- First Constitution proclaimed
- The thinkers of the Enlightenment. Not only philosophers but critics of society.
- Gatherings of the social, political, and cultural elite.
- The 83 divided parts of France during the Revolution, reformed by the National Assembly.
- Execution of Louis XVI
5 True/False questions
May 4, 1814 → Louis XVIII enters Paris (Bourbon dynasty restored)
Conscription → The draft. Stated that all unmarried able-bodied men from 18-25 years of age were liable for military services.
June 20, 1791 → Execution of Louis XVI
Concordat → 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.
Bill of Rights → The thinkers of the Enlightenment. Not only philosophers but critics of society.