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Grade 10 French Revolution
The American Revolution and French Revolution were turning points in history the results of these revolutions
  1. lead to the abolition of slavery
  2. inspired other peoples seeking democracy and independence
  3. marked the end of European influence on the Western Hemisphere
  4. demonstrated the need for strong peacekeeping organizations
Grade 10 French Revolution
At the Congress of Vienna the governments of Europe reacted to the French Revolution and the rule of Napoleon by attempting to
  1. restore old regimes to power
  2. spread the idea of democracy
  3. encourage nationalist movements
  4. promote European free ttrade
Grade 10 French Revolution
Which factors helped cause the defeat of Napoleon during his Russian invasion
  1. the severe winters and large size of Russia
  2. the many rivers and mountains of Russia
  3. the coalition between Russia and democratic leaders
  4. well trained Russian armies
Grade 10 French Revolution
Before the French Revolution, the people of France were divided in three estates based mainly on their
  1. education level
  2. geographic location
  3. social class
  4. religious beliefs
Grade 10 French Revolution
In order rule France more effectively, Napoleon created a comprehensive set of laws called
  1. continental system
  2. Napoleonic Code
  3. Napoleon's Law
  4. Legitimacy
Grade 10 French Revolution
The French people supported Napoleon Bonaparte because they hoped he would
  1. adopt the ideas of the Protestant Reformation
  2. restore Louis XVI to power
  3. provide stability for the nation
  4. end British control of France
Grade 10 French Revolution
The primary purpose of the Committee on Public Safety was to
  1. Make sure that France was secure from foreign attack
  2. spy on the King and Queen of France
  3. spread the words of Enlightenment
  4. decide who were traitors and enemies of the Republic
Grade 10 French Revolution
Which list of French leaders in the correct chronological order?
  1. Louis XVI Napeoleon Robespierre
  2. Robespierre Napoleaon Louis XVI
  3. Louis XVI Robespierre Napoleaon
  4. Napoleon Louis XVI Robespierre
Grade 10 French Revolution
One of the main purposes of the Congress of Vienna was to
  1. promote democratic governments in all of Europe
  2. preserve the German territories
  3. restore the power of the Holy Roman Empire
  4. establish a balance of power in Europe after the defeat of Napoleon
Grade 6 French Revolution
This made peace with Catholic Church but kept it under state control:
  1. Continental System
  2. Napoleonic Code
  3. Concordat of 1801
  4. Plebiscite
Grade 6 French Revolution
What happened to Napoleon at age 9?
  1. Sent to France for military training
  2. Sent to Italy for academic studies
  3. Sent to England for political training
  4. Sent to America for economic studies
Grade 6 French Revolution
Where was Napoleon born?
  1. Elba
  2. St. Helena
  3. Corsica
  4. Brooklyn
Grade 6 French Revolution
Identify 'La Marseillaise'.
  1. Village of Napoleon's defeat
  2. French national anthem
  3. Admiral Nelson's flagship
  4. French doughnut
Grade 6 French Revolution
Admiral Horatio Nelson defeats the French Fleet at this battle.
  1. Battle of Waterloo
  2. Battle of Trafalgar
  3. Battle of Corsica
  4. Battle of the French Armada
Grade 6 French Revolution
This was a 5 man, two-house legislature that held absolute power for four years in France.
  1. Consulate
  2. National Assembly
  3. Legislative Assembly
  4. Directory
Grade 6 French Revolution
Napoleon's idea of cutting off economic ties with Britain and Europe was known as:
  1. Concordat of 1801
  2. Continental System
  3. Napoleonic Code
  4. Consulate
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