5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Tennis Court Oath
- M. Robespierre
- Olympe de Gouge
- Declaration of Pillnitz
- a Delegates of the third estate made an oath not to disband until the National Assembly had drafted a constitution
- b the promise by Austria and Prussia to protect the French monarchy
- c in the French Revolution, a radical group made up of Parisian wage-earners, and small shopkeepers who wanted a greater voice in government, lower prices, and an end of food shortages
- d "man that can do no wrong" "incorruptible", incredible speaking skills, most virtuous man alive, drove the revolution off the cliff. after passed was questioned to be mentally ill
- e wrote the "Rights of Women and the Citizen"
5 Multiple choice questions
- Extremists who oppose a change and want to turn the clock back to the time before certain changes occurred
- a vast panic that spread quickly through France in 1789; peasant rebellions bacame part of the Great Fear; citizens, fearing invasion by foreign troops that would support the French monarchy, formed militias
- Expression of the people's will by direct ballot
- assassinated Jean-Paul Marat b/c she is convinced that the Jacobins are destroying France
- inherits the country on the verge of it collapsing; VERY POOR KING-did not do his job; had no interest in anything political, would have rather been a locksmith. married Marie Antionette at a very young age
5 True/False questions
Consulate → Form of government which followed the directory -established by Napoleon-ended when Napoleon was crowned emperor.
Jean Paul Marat → spread word that EVERY possible thing that could go wrong was Louis fault. National assembly wants him to shut up, so he hid in the sewers and developed nasty skin condition
"Old Regime" → This was a political party within the National Convention named because the people that made up this party sat on the highest benches in the assembly hall. These people were the activists within the Convention. The Mountain worried that the Girondists would become conservative because of their already moderate beliefs. Although they were in competition with each other, the Mountain eventually won due to their alliance with the Sans-Culottes, resulting in a more radical group of people. The mountains believed in equal outcome.
Louis XV → Built many cultural aspects, very famous for Versailles. Part of the Bourbon family...ladies man
Louis XIV → Built many cultural aspects, very famous for Versailles. Part of the Bourbon family...ladies man