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5 Matching questions

  1. May 3, 1803
  2. Moderates
  3. Philosophes
  4. Reaction
  5. Radicals
  1. a The thinkers of the Enlightenment. Not only philosophers but critics of society.
  2. b A time after the Napoleonic era where those in power wanted to return to the conditions of an earlier period. Led by Reactionaries.
  3. c Those who had no extreme views regarding the Revolution.
  4. d Sale of Louisiana to The United States
  5. e Those who wanted to get rid of the king, set up a republic, and institute far-reaching changes.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A compensation to other nations for damages inflicted on them.
  2. Louis XVI becomes king
  3. Women's march upon Versailles
  4. 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.
  5. A time when philosophers believed they could apply the scientific method and use reason to logically explain human nature.

5 True/False questions

  1. May 4, 1814Sale of Louisiana to The United States

          

  2. Coup d'├ętatAn 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.

          

  3. Third EstateClergy of the Roman Catholic Church. 1% of the population.

          

  4. ConscriptionThe draft. Stated that all unmarried able-bodied men from 18-25 years of age were liable for military services.

          

  5. DepartmentsThe 83 divided parts of France during the Revolution, reformed by the National Assembly.

          

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