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The French Revolution

Three Estates Estates General to National Assembly New Fears Radical Revolution Napoleon
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This was the chief tax of France that the First Estate was exempt from.
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This was the chief tax of France that the First Estate was exempt from.
What is the Taille?
Comprised the Second Estate with a population fo 350,000 and 25% of land ownership.
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Comprised the Second Estate with a population fo 350,000 and 25% of land ownership.
Who were the Nobles?
Prior to the abolishment of Feudalism, many of the Third Estate were known as.
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Prior to the abolishment of Feudalism, many of the Third Estate were known as.
Who are Serfs?
This group made up the First Estate and was controlled by those from aristocratic families.
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This group made up the First Estate and was controlled by those from aristocratic families.
Who is the Clergy?
This group of merchants, lawyers, and bankers made up the higher end of the Third Estate.
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This group of merchants, lawyers, and bankers made up the higher end of the Third Estate.
Who are the Bourgeosie?
Identify one of the three reasons for the breakdown in the French economy.
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Identify one of the three reasons for the breakdown in the French economy.
Food Shortage, Overspending, inflation
This group in the Estates-General was often outvoted by a 2-1 block.
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This group in the Estates-General was often outvoted by a 2-1 block.
Third Estate
Attempt to write a constiution after being locked out of the Esates-General was sworn.
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Attempt to write a constiution after being locked out of the Esates-General was sworn.
Tennis Court Oath
Mob violence led to the storming of this Parisian capital landmark.
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Mob violence led to the storming of this Parisian capital landmark.
Bastille
Newly formed National Assembly issued this document inspired by the US Decl. of Ind + Bill of Rights
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Newly formed National Assembly issued this document inspired by the US Decl. of Ind + Bill of Rights
Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen
This new conservative body created laws and eventually declared war on Austria.
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This new conservative body created laws and eventually declared war on Austria.
The Legislative Assembly
Seizure of property and lands of this group were sold to raise money for the nation.
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Seizure of property and lands of this group were sold to raise money for the nation.
Catholic Church
The new government of France consisted of this type of Monarchy.
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The new government of France consisted of this type of Monarchy.
Limited
Rebellion by this group in Paris, captured the King, demanded a National Convention and universal suffrage
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Rebellion by this group in Paris, captured the King, demanded a National Convention and universal suffrage
Paris Commune
Radicals gaining power in National Assembly known for being 'without breeches'
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Radicals gaining power in National Assembly known for being 'without breeches'
Sans-Culottes
Radical group that was divided into factions of the Mountain and Girondins
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Radical group that was divided into factions of the Mountain and Girondins
Jacobins
Louis XVI and this wife were executed by the National Convention.
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Louis XVI and this wife were executed by the National Convention.
Marie Antoinette
To ensure all those against the revolution were punished, Robespierre headed up this>
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To ensure all those against the revolution were punished, Robespierre headed up this>
Committee of Public Safety
Council of 500 and Elders selected 5 Elders to run this group.
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Council of 500 and Elders selected 5 Elders to run this group.
Directory
It is estimated that 40,000 people were executed during this era.
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It is estimated that 40,000 people were executed during this era.
Reign of Terror
At 30 years old this General gained power over France in event known as.
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At 30 years old this General gained power over France in event known as.
Coup d'etat
Though Napoleon was not religious, he reinstituted this group in exchange that they didn't demand the return of properties
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Though Napoleon was not religious, he reinstituted this group in exchange that they didn't demand the return of properties
Catholic Church
Simplification of laws that preserved many ideas of the revolution.
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Simplification of laws that preserved many ideas of the revolution.
Napoleonic Code or Civil Code
This nation's Naval supremacy was an enemy of Napoleon that he could never defeat.
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This nation's Naval supremacy was an enemy of Napoleon that he could never defeat.
Britain
The first of Napoleon's military failures against the Russians led to this.
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The first of Napoleon's military failures against the Russians led to this.
His exile on Elba
The final defeat of Napoleon came at the hand of the Duke of Wellington in this battle.
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The final defeat of Napoleon came at the hand of the Duke of Wellington in this battle.
Waterloo.




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