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5 Matching questions

  1. scorched-earth policy
  2. Women's March
  3. National Assembly
  4. Waterloo
  5. Tennis Court Oath
  1. a burning grain fields and slaughtering livestock so as to leave nothing that the enemy could eat
  2. b there was a tax on bread and the peasants couldn't afford it so they go to Marie Antoinette and she supposedly tells them "let them eat cake"
  3. c Napoleon's final battle and he lost; the English and the Persians defeated him.
  4. d pledge made by members of France's National Assembly in which they vowed to continue meeting until a new constitution was drawn up
  5. e a french congress established representatives of the Third Estate on July 14, 1789 to enact laws and reforms in the name of the French people

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A war between the United States and Britain the resulted because of capturing naval vessels and Native Americans problems blamed on Britain.
  2. queen of France (as wife of Louis XVI) who was unpopular her extravagance and opposition to reform contributed to the overthrow of the monarchy; she was guillotined along with her husband (1755-1793)
  3. sat on the left side of the meeting hall, wanted more sweeping changes, hated the king and wanted to set up a republic, believed commoners should have full power
  4. no one country has more power than the other
  5. sat on the right og the meeting hall, opposed more chamges in governent, trusted the king, and upheld the idea of limited monarchy

5 True/False questions

  1. Blockadegovernment run public schools

          

  2. King Louis XVIthe king who assumed the throne once napoleon was exciled to elba. unpopular among subjects, especially peasants

          

  3. Hundred Dayssat on the left side of the meeting hall, wanted more sweeping changes, hated the king and wanted to set up a republic, believed commoners should have full power

          

  4. King Louis XVIIIthe king who assumed the throne once napoleon was exciled to elba. unpopular among subjects, especially peasants

          

  5. Klemens von Metternichreign of the jacobins who set out to crush , thousands killed at the guillotine

          

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