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Ninth Grade (Grade 9) French Revolution Questions

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Grade 9 :: French Revolution by billycamps
Napoleon Bonaparte rose to power as
  1. A liberal who supported the Third Estate
  2. A military hero
  3. An opponent of Robespierre
Grade 9 :: French Revolution by billycamps
Which of the following documents spells out Enlightenment ideas as they were applied to revolutionary France?
  1. The Declaration of Independence
  2. Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
  3. The Social Contract
Grade 9 :: French Revolution by billycamps
Which of the following documents spells out Enlightenment ideas as they were applied to revolutionary France?
  1. The Declaration of Independence
  2. Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
  3. The Social Contract
Grade 9 :: French Revolution by skierzac
What were social groups called?
  1. salons
  2. parties
  3. groups
  4. gatherings
Grade 9 :: French Revolution by Teacher_T
Napoleon's purpose in instituting the Continental System was to
  1. defeat England through an economic war.
  2. consolidate the separate states of Germany.
  3. unify Italy.
  4. create a united Europe under the leadership of France.
Grade 9 :: French Revolution by klaspc8
Napoleon Bonaparte rose to power as
  1. A liberal who supported the Third Estate
  2. A military hero
  3. An opponent of Robespierre
  4. A supporter of Marie Antoinette
  5. None of the above
Grade 9 :: French Revolution by klaspc8
Which of the following documents spells out Enlightenment ideas as they were applied to revolutionary France?
  1. The Declaration of Independence
  2. Second Treatise of Government
  3. The Social Contract
  4. Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
  5. Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte
Grade 9 :: French Revolution by Teacher_T
Although the Storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789 is celebrated as the "start of the French Revolution," the first act of revolution may have been the resolve of the Third Estate to write a constitution. It is of
  1. the forming of the National Assembly
  2. the swearing of the Tennis Court Oath
  3. the storming of the Tuileries
  4. the public proclamation of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen
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