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5 Matching questions

  1. Refractory Clergy
  2. Vendee
  3. The Civil Constitution off the Clergy
  4. Great Fear
  5. "cahiers de doleances"
  1. a a region in western France south of Brittany, it was the site of several anti-Revolutionary uprisings from 1793-6 that claimed as many as a million lives
  2. b peasants attacked manor houses in an effort to destroy the legal records of their feudal obligationns
  3. c French priests who refuded to accept the constitution of the clergy
  4. d each estate was instructed to compile a list of suggestions and grievances and present them to the king
  5. e biggest mistake made by the National Assembly; secularized religion; deeply divided France over the issue of religion

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. incited the women's march to versailles
  2. the Notre Dame Cathedral that was transfomed into an "enlightenment library"
  3. issued by Prussia and Austria to restore order to the French governemnt through the military; not followed through
  4. radical social democrat who led the "angry men" and was responisble for the deaths of 2000 people at Nantes where paris commune was destroyed
  5. the entire nation conscripted into service as war was defined as a national mission; army grew to 1 million

5 True/False questions

  1. Madame de Pomadourmost famous mistress of Louis XV who influenced his political decisions


  2. Comitee of Public Safetyalleged enemies of the revolution were brought before revolutionary tribunals that were created to hearr cases of treason


  3. Second Estatethe nobility that made up 2-4% of the population and owned 25% of the land


  4. Parlementobligated peasants to work for the nobles several days a year


  5. Girondinsa group of Jacobins that became the left or advanced party of the revolution and led the country into waar; waanted republic through law


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