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French Revolution Review QuestionsFrench Revolution Review Questions
What were the main ideas of the French Enlightenment? How did the French government respond to these ideas?
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Twentieth Annual Conference 3 4 July 2006, University of Sussex, Brighton, ukTwentieth Annual Conference 3 4 July 2006, University of Sussex, Brighton, uk
Martine grinberg 1(cnrs centre de Recherches Historiques, Paris), “Le triomphe de la «voix morte». L'écriture du droit coutumier et ses effets dans le monde seigneurial
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Why did the ancien regime collapse in 1789?Why did the ancien regime collapse in 1789?
Enlightenment. However the short-term causes consists of the Financial crisis where wars left France into a huge debt, the failure of the reform process, the political crisis and the economic crisis
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Review Sheet for the French Revolution and Napoleon TestReview Sheet for the French Revolution and Napoleon Test
What are the three estates? Be able to tell me what group of people belongs to each
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Chapter 2 test: The French Revolution & Napoleon part a: Multiple ChoiceChapter 2 test: The French Revolution & Napoleon part a: Multiple Choice
Part a: Multiple Choice — Read the question. Choose the best answer by filling in the appropriate letter on your scantron sheet. (1 mark each)
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Before the revolutionBefore the revolution
Both the nobility and the bourgeoisie benefited from ties to the monarchy. The nobility maintained its social prestige through its role at the royal court
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Task: a research reportTask: a research report
Outcome 1: evaluate the role of ideas, leaders, movements and events in the development of the revolution
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Honors Sophomore English 18 November 2011Honors Sophomore English 18 November 2011
The French Revolution was largely the result of division of classes of the French people and an aristocracy that cared more about their status than the common people or the good of the nation
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The Revolution in Politics, 1775–1815The Revolution in Politics, 1775–1815
They should be able to assess the impact of the Revolution on the French colonies. They should also be able to offer an explanation of the rise and fall of Napoleon Bonaparte
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Cram Notes: The French RevolutionCram Notes: The French Revolution
These Cram Notes summarise key concepts and content for the French Revolution, following the requirements of each Area of Study in the vcaa study Design. Use them to help you revise your knowledge and understanding of what will be tested in the
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The French Revolution Mid 1780s France on the verge of bankruptcy. 1789The French Revolution Mid 1780s France on the verge of bankruptcy. 1789
August 14, 1789 National Assembly met and passes the decree of abolishing the ancien regime. In other words all privileges the wealthy people had no longer existed. King Louis XVI disagreed
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Aims and structure of this reportAims and structure of this report
Introduction – humanitarian intervention in a sovereign state under a military government
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A brief History of PakistanA brief History of Pakistan
B. C. and 1400 B. C. of Aryans, Indo-European warrior tribes from the Caucasus region in what is now Russia. The Aryans were followed in 500 B. C. by Persians and, in 326 B. C., by Alexander the Great
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