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Chapter 19: The French Revolution and Napoleon

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Bryanna Zwicker

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Chapter 19:
The French Revolution and Napolen Section 1+2:
Creating a New France and On the Eve of Revolution Main Idea:
The National Assembly instituted political and social reforms in the moderate first stage of the Revolution+Social unrest, Ecenomic troubles, and the desire for political reforms to the French Revolution Section 3:
Radical Days
Section Idea:
The radical phase of the revolution led to the monarchys downfall and a time of violence known as the Reign of Terror. Section 4: The Age of Napoleon Begins!
Main idea: Napoleon's Rise to Power Through Military and Political Power Main idea 1:Napoleon's rise to power through military and political power Napoleon's youth Victories and losses in the military Main idea 1: People in france used an
outaded social stystem named the
ancient regime, meaning old order. Napoleon becoming consul for life Concordat of 1801 makes peace with the Catholic Church
by keeping Church under State control and allwoing religous freedom Napoleonic Code gives and takes away rights from citizens Annexed land on the European Map Continental System tries to shut down British ports and defeat them for good Ancient Regime was made up of the: Attack on Britain= Failure First Estate: Clergy
Second Estate: Nobility
Third Estate: Vast major of people Section 5: The End of an Era Main idea: Napoleon was finally defeated, but revolutionary ideals and the postwar peace settlement affected Europe for many years Clergy: wealth, and privilege. Provided social services Resistance in Spain Guerrilla warfare Grand Army defeated in Russia Nobility: Knights helped defend land. They got top jobs in government, army, courts, and the Church Exile to Elba and recognition of King Louis XVIII as king Escaping and regrouping for Waterloo Vast majority: 98 % of people. Made up of the Middle class, and below. Main idea 2: In this time period, there were many ecenomic problems Deficit Spending: major problem,
and is when government spends more than it takes in Cahiers: notebooks where people list out their grievences, and various reforms they wanted to see in the government People went to versailles to help their voices be heard when delegates wanted to have
a meeting and it was locked, they
moved and ended up having it in a
tennis court. This became known
as the tennis court oath. Main idea 3: There was a time of revolts
in Paris and other provinces that occured,
and there were multiple attempts at reform Great fear: time when rumors
spread about attacks on towns and such. Peasants = affected by famine and took out anger on nobles Declaration of the rights of man and the citizen: First step toward writing a constitution
- Was modeled after declaration of independance Louis XVI: King at the time, and he
was slow to accept the reforms that
had been presented Declaration of Pilnitz: Document presented
by the monarchs, however it was a lie.
- France took it seriously http://teachers.ausd.net http://sbmerge.com photo sources http://aes.iupui.edu http://www.keystagehistory.co http://www.visitingdc.com http://www.siue.edu http://www.memo.com http://www.thefreedictionary.com http://billsrevolutionper4.pbworks.com http://www.kidspast.com http://www1.curriculum.edu http://commons.wikimedia.org http://schools-wikipedia.org Main Idea 1:
The creation of the National Convention led to many good and bad ideas, decisions and other legal groups
After the September Massacres a new legislative body called the National
Convention was made http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com Suffrage was givin to all male citizens thanks to the National Convention http://www.suite101.com The national convention made the committee of Public Saftey to deal with threats to France. http://pages.uoregon.edu After the reign of Robespierre the convention faded away and the Directory was set up http://www.xtimeline.com Main idea 2:
The reign of Maximillen Robespierre impacted and changed the direction of the revolution in many areas Maximillen was a leader in the committee of Public Saftey. The reign of terror started because the committee of Public Saftey was concerned for their lives. http://www.executedtoday.com http://classicwalksparis.com Maximillen put into action the use of the guillotines. The members of the National Convention turned against the committee of Public Saftey and executed Maximillen. http://njnnetwork.com https://jspivey.wikispaces.com Main Idea 3:
Women played a large role in the revolution with their determination to be considered equals Olympe de Gouges wrote a book called "Declaration of the Rights of Women." Many women believed that like men they were born equal so should be treated like equals http://www.executedtoday.com http://womenshistory.about.com Many men thought that giving women equal rights would go against their nationalism. When women spoke out in the Reign of terror they were often beheaded like Olympe de Gouges was. http://aheinakroon.wordpress.com/ http://ann-lauren.blogspot.com http://worldhistoryatyhs.wikispaces.com Main idea 2: France's rise under Napoleon Napoleon makes reforms to restore economic prosperity,,
such as controlling prices, new industry, and building roads and cana; Main idea 3: Napoleon builds an empire Chapter 19 Quiz Questions 1. 2. 3. Napoleon wrote the book " Declaration of the Rights of Women?" T/F 4. 5. Prezi done by: Noah Casassa, Natalie Marin and Bryanna Zwicker Out of the three parts of the ancient regime,
What is two of them? What was the Great fear? http://google.com In 1804, Napoleon names himself Emperor over France Napoleon tries to invade Britain Main idea 1: Challenge's to Napoleon's Empire Rioting Main idea 2: The downfall of Napoleon Waterloo= Disaster Main idea 3: Congress of Vienna Goal was for lasting peace Redrew the European map and restored monarchs What was the country that Napoleon used economic warfare against?
A. Russia B. Britian C. China Where was Napoleon first exiled to? Main idea: Napoleon rose to powe
in France and built a vast empire that included much of Europe http://uncleyap-news.blogspot.com By 1793, The French revolution had plunged France into a general European war that would last on and off for 20 years and transform Europe.
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