5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What problems did Napoleon's forces encounter on the Iberian Peninsula?
- National Convention
- National Assembly
- St. Helena
- Louis XVIII
- a 1792—1795: abolish
monarchy; establish republic—shift towards
- b - Had to deal with Spanish Guerrilla Warfare.
- Portuguese and Spanish rebel, aided by the British.
- French lose 300,000 people.
- c Location of Napoleon's exile
- d French monarch who was restored to the throne by the allies after Napoleon was defeated.
- e 1789—1791—limited
Monarchy; end of feudalism, Dec. of Rights;
Const. of Clergy (swear oath—C.C. loses land)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- educated, middle class of France; provided force behind the Revolution
- all 3 estates have equal power in government, National Assembly becomes Legislative Assembly, absolute monarchy is abolished, forcing the king to obey.
- a machine for beheading people, used as a means of execution during the French Revolution.
- • Despite early treaty, Russia continues to
• Napoleon decides to invade
• Amasses army of ~500,000 (422,000-
• Invasion begins in June, 1812
• Remembered as one of history's greatest
- - To ban the public exercise of religion.
- Completely separate Church from State.
5 True/False Questions
How did Napoleon come to power? → • Embraces the
Jacobins in F.R.
• 1793-Repels British
fleet from Toulon
• Promoted to B.G.
• 1794-Arrested (T.R.)
• 1795-Saves the
Revolution with a
"whiff of grape shot"
• Promoted to General
Emigres → French nobles who fled from France during the peasant uprisings. They were very conservative and hoped to restore the king to power.
Estates → The tiny island that Napoleon was granted after his abdication. Off the coast of Italy.
How did French society change during the most radical phase of the Revolution? → - De-Christianization
- Revolutionary Calendar.
- No God, No Religion, No King, No Constitution.
August 4th, 1789 → This is the date the National Assembly ended the Old Regime, feudalism, church tithes and the special privileges of the First/Second Estates