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UTTERBACK 18

scrambled quiz questions for chapter 18 THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
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CHAPTER 18 18-1
*THE FIRST FIVE QUESTIONS WILL BE MATCHING TERMS






The Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen proclaimed all of the following EXCEPT

A. an end to tax exemptions.
B. freedom of speech.
C. equal rights for women.
D. freedom of the press.

The Paris Bastille was which of the following?

A. a tennis court
B. an armory and prison
C. Louis's palace
D. a restaurant

The National Assembly's Constitution of 1791

A. set up a limited monarchy.
B. abolished the monarchy.
C. gave all men a vote.
D. satisfied the priests and lower classes.

The Paris Commune demonstrated, then seized power for all of the following reasons EXCEPT

A. defeats in war with Austria.
B. economic shortages.
C. loyalty to Prussia.
D. anger with the monarchy.


The Second Estate did all of the following EXCEPT

A. own from 25 to 30 percent of the land.
B. hold high positions in government and the military.
C. not pay taxes.
D. harvest crops for the clergy.
Name ___________________________________ Date ________________ Class _______________



Section Quiz 18-3


Napoleon's government after 1799


Napoleon's unified law system


Napoleon's birthplace


Napoleon's relatives ruled


Napoleon's final defeat





. Napoleon's military force was called the

A. Grand Army.
B. Coup d'État.
C. Dependent States.
D. Napoleonic Code.


Napoleon's Continental System was designed to

A. defeat Prussia.
B. stop British trade with Europe.
C. unify Italy.
D. conquer Protestantism.

Promotion within Napoleon's government and military was based on which of the following?

A. rank
B. birth C. bribery
D. ability


Napoleon's Civil Code treated women

A. as legal equals to men.
B. as less than equal to men.
C. as co-owners of property with their husbands.
D. equal in divorce proceedings.


Napoleon's agreement with the Catholic Church did all of the following EXCEPT

A. recognize Catholicism as the majority religion of France.
B. return church lands to the pope and clergy.
C. make those who had purchased church land his supporters.
D. restore some stability to France.
The French National Assembly swore the Tennis Court Oath, which was
a promise to redistribute all the wealth in France.
a vow to continue to meet until they had produced a French constitution.
an oath of loyalty to Jean-Baptiste Colbert, an outspoken lawyer that called for doing away with the relics of feudalism.
a promise not to rest until all members of the clergy were tried and executed. TEST QUESTIONS
According to the Civil Constitution of the Clergy,
a. bishops and priests were to be elected by the people and paid by the state.
b. the Church was to be separate from the government.
c. the Methodist Church was to replace Catholicism as the state religion.
d. the Church was to take over the Legislative Assembly. According to the Civil Constitution of the Clergy,
a. bishops and priests were to be elected by the people and paid by the state.
b. the Church was to be separate from the government.
c. the Methodist Church was to replace Catholicism as the state religion.
d. the Church was to take over the Legislative Assembly. The term sans-culottes, meaning “without breeches,” implied that the members of this political group were
a. women, because they wore skirts.
b. wealthy, because they did not wear breeches.
c. pacifists who did not use guns.
d. ordinary patriots without fine clothes. The Committee of Public Safety was given broad powers to
a. drain all the canals.
b. defend France from threats.
c. protect the Paris Commune from thieves.
d. restore order to Brussels. In its attempts to create a new order that reflected its belief in reason, the National Convention
a. declared new national holidays celebrating great French religious leaders.
b. ordered the building of several new libraries and universities, even though the treasury was empty.
c. pursued a policy of de-Christianization, going so far as to adopt a new calendar.
d. drafted yet another constitution to reflect the ideas of the Enlightenment. Napoleon’s coup d’état overthrew the ____ to establish his consulate.
a.Directoryc.British government
b.city mayord.Legislative Assembly The three major parts of Napoleon’s Grand Empire were
a.the First Estate, the Second Estate, and the Third Estate.
b.France, Morocco, and Algeria.
c.the French Empire, the dependent states, and the allied states.
d.Austria, Prussia, and Serbia. The three major parts of Napoleon’s Grand Empire were
a. the First Estate, the Second Estate, and the Third Estate.
b. France, Morocco, and Algeria.
c. the French Empire, the dependent states, and the allied states.
d. Austria, Prussia, and Serbia. In his final battle, Napoleon was defeated by
a. the bitter Russian winter.
b. a combined French and Swiss army.
c. a combined British and Prussian army.
d. the superior British navy. The Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen proclaimed
a. equal rights for all men, but no political rights for women.
b. an end to the monarchy and the abolishing of a National Assembly.
c. equal rights for all citizens, including equal political rights for women.
d. an end to the National police force. Under the Constitution of 1791, the ____ would make the laws.
a. king c. National Assembly
b. House of Commons d. Legislative Assembly The difference between the Girondins and the Mountain was that
a. the Girondins were members of the Third Estate, while the Mountain was not.
b. the Girondins leaned toward keeping the king alive, while the Mountain wanted the king executed.
c. the Girondins were radicals in the city of Amsterdam, while the Mountain represented Germany.
d. the Girondins were legitimately elected by the people, while the Mountain seized power by force. Which of the following was guillotined on July 28, 1794?
a. Maximilien Robespierre c. Georges Danton
b. Jean-Paul Marat d. Victor Hugo The most important of the seven legal codes established by Napoleon was
a. the Religious Code. c. the Merchant Code.
b. the Foreign Policy Code. d. the Civil Code. Promotion within Napoleon’s new bureaucracy was
a. based on location.
b. given to those Napoleon favored, but taken away as soon as they fell out of favor.
c. based on ability only, not rank or birth.
d. designed to benefit the nobility and keep the middle class from obtaining high-ranking positions. The Russians defeated Napoleon’s superior Grand Army by
a.retreating hundreds of miles and burning their own villages and countryside.
b.waiting to attack during the brutal Russian winter.
c.splitting their meager forces in half and attacking from two sides.
d.making an alliance with Egypt, which launched an attack on Turkey to draw Napoleon out of Russia. GOOD LUCK! BRING YOUR STUDY GUIDE...ITS WORTH 15 PTS The link for the text book does not work...use this instead
http://glencoe.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0078799880/student_view0/online_student_edition.html
then type in this code B8973AF70A
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