5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Peninsular War
- Second Estate
- Tennis Court Oath
- Women's March
- a rich nobles, made up 2% of population
- 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"
- c pledge made by members of France's National Assembly in which they vowed to continue meeting until a new constitution was drawn up
- d a conflict, lasting from 1808 to 1813, in which Spanish rebels, with the aid of British forces, fought to drive Napoleon's French troops out of Spain. killed 300,000 french
- e forcible closing of ports
5 Multiple choice questions
- sat in the center of the hall and wanted some changes in government, but not as many as the radicals.
- A wave of senseless panic that spread through the French countryside after the storming of the Bastille in 1789
- government run public schools
- This was the civil code put out by Napoleon that granted equality of all male citizens before the law and granted absolute security of wealth and private property
- member of the jacobins but didnt dress like a revolutionary, nickname was the Incorruptable, extremist in support of the radical ideas, wanted to build a Republic of Virtue
5 True/False questions
Waterloo → group that wanted to remove the king and establish a republic
Hundred Days → brief period when Napoleon made his last bid for power
Third Coalition → Britain persuaded Russia, Austria, Sweden to join against France
Concert of Europe → sat on the right og the meeting hall, opposed more chamges in governent, trusted the king, and upheld the idea of limited monarchy
Radicals → sat in the center of the hall and wanted some changes in government, but not as many as the radicals.