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Athough he spent a great deal of time in England, where was George Friederic Handel from?
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Athough he spent a great deal of time in England, where was George Friederic Handel from?
Germany
Although he spent a great deal of time in England, where was Franz Joseph Haydn from?
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Although he spent a great deal of time in England, where was Franz Joseph Haydn from?
Hungary
Which well-known classical composer composed the Marriage of Figaro?
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Which well-known classical composer composed the Marriage of Figaro?
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Which well-known baroque composer composed the Mass in B Minor?
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Which well-known baroque composer composed the Mass in B Minor?
Johann Sebastian Bach
By 1730, which artistic style began to replace the baroque and neoclassical styles?
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By 1730, which artistic style began to replace the baroque and neoclassical styles?
Rococo
To which estate did the nobles belong?
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To which estate did the nobles belong?
Second
To which estate did the peasants belong?
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To which estate did the peasants belong?
Third
To which estate did the clergy belong?
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To which estate did the clergy belong?
First
To which estate did the bourgeoisie belong?
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To which estate did the bourgeoisie belong?
Third
To which estate did middle class bankers, merchants, and professionals belong?
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To which estate did middle class bankers, merchants, and professionals belong?
Third
Which national legislature was called to meet by King Louis XVI on May 5, 1789?
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Which national legislature was called to meet by King Louis XVI on May 5, 1789?
Estates General
On June 17, 1789, which new legislative body did the Third Estate declare that it now was and that made laws for France?
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On June 17, 1789, which new legislative body did the Third Estate declare that it now was and that made laws for France?
National Assembly
Which five member executive committee ruled France under the First Republic?
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Which five member executive committee ruled France under the First Republic?
Directory
When members of the Third Estate took the Tennis Court Oath in 1789 at the start of the French Revolution, what were they vowing to complete?
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When members of the Third Estate took the Tennis Court Oath in 1789 at the start of the French Revolution, what were they vowing to complete?
Draft a new Constitution
What was the name given to the list of individual rights and liberties of the people of France, established on August 26, 1789?
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What was the name given to the list of individual rights and liberties of the people of France, established on August 26, 1789?
Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen
Which killing device was invented to make executions quicker and to execute people more humanely during the French Revolution?
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Which killing device was invented to make executions quicker and to execute people more humanely during the French Revolution?
Guillotine
Which famous Jacobin took control of France’s Committee of Public Safety in 1793?
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Which famous Jacobin took control of France’s Committee of Public Safety in 1793?
Maximilien Robespierre
The Committee of Public Safety crushed opposition to the Revolution and executed 40,000 people in what became known as what?
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The Committee of Public Safety crushed opposition to the Revolution and executed 40,000 people in what became known as what?
Reign of Terror
Which royal prison and armory was defeated and dismantled by the rebels during the French Revolution?
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Which royal prison and armory was defeated and dismantled by the rebels during the French Revolution?
Bastille
The overthrow of the government often goes by what French term?
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The overthrow of the government often goes by what French term?
Coup d'etat
Napoleon’s Great Army was defeated when it attempted to invade which nation?
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Napoleon’s Great Army was defeated when it attempted to invade which nation?
Russia
Which country defeated the French-Spanish fleet in 1805 at Trafalgar and never fell to Napoleon?
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Which country defeated the French-Spanish fleet in 1805 at Trafalgar and never fell to Napoleon?
Great Britain
After his return from exile, Napoleon lost to a combined British and Prussian army under the Duke of Wellington at which famous battle in Belgium on June 18, 1815?
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After his return from exile, Napoleon lost to a combined British and Prussian army under the Duke of Wellington at which famous battle in Belgium on June 18, 1815?
Waterloo
Napoleon’s plan to stop British goods from reaching the European continent and being sold there in order to economically weaken Great Britain was known as what?
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Napoleon’s plan to stop British goods from reaching the European continent and being sold there in order to economically weaken Great Britain was known as what?
Continental System
Which island was Napoleon Bonaparte originally from?
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Which island was Napoleon Bonaparte originally from?
Corsica
Which king and queen of France were executed by guillotine on January 21, 1793 (must have both names)?
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Which king and queen of France were executed by guillotine on January 21, 1793 (must have both names)?
Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette




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