Ap european History Chapter 20 QuizAp european History Chapter 20 Quiz
Before returning to Paris to become Consul in the Directorate (1799), Napoleon's military campaign had failed in
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Document Based Question – dbq learning How to Write a dbq task #1Document Based Question – dbq learning How to Write a dbq task #1
Task #1 – Deconstructing the question. Specifically and in your own words describe what the question is asking you to do. Start by circling the directive words. Use the Historical Background to help you in this process
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Wh 2 Napoleon 3: Metternich’s Congress of Vienna, Concert of Europe, and the fate of Bourbon Restorationism in FranceWh 2 Napoleon 3: Metternich’s Congress of Vienna, Concert of Europe, and the fate of Bourbon Restorationism in France
Louis, by the grace of God, King of France and Navarre, to all those to whom these presents come, greeting
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Rise of AbsolutismRise of Absolutism
Began because European monarchs began claiming the authority to rule without limits on their power
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Louis XIV was King who ruled by Divine Right. He was a member of the Bourbon Dynasty, a ruling family in France. He commissioned the building of the Palace at Versailles which was paid for with taxes paid by the peopleLouis XIV was King who ruled by Divine Right. He was a member of the Bourbon Dynasty, a ruling family in France. He commissioned the building of the Palace at Versailles which was paid for with taxes paid by the people
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The spanish transition and the case of cubaThe spanish transition and the case of cuba
Many often perceive of the rupture of 1898 as a total severing of ties that split the political destinies of the two nations, yet a more detailed examination reveals evidence to the contrary
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Napoleon BonaparteNapoleon Bonaparte
Directory. He established the Consulate, which gave him executive power. Acting as First Consul, Napoleon effectively ran France. In 1802, he assumed the title of “Consul for Life”. In 1804, he crowned himself emperor
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1. Enlightenment thinkers1. Enlightenment thinkers
The writers and critics who fostered the attitude of change and reform during the Enlightenment were called
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French Absolutism, Enlightenment, & Revolution! Outcome: Absolutism & Absolute Monarchs Absolutism in EuropeFrench Absolutism, Enlightenment, & Revolution! Outcome: Absolutism & Absolute Monarchs Absolutism in Europe
Absolute Monarch: kings or queens who held all the power within their states’ boundaries
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Wh-2 French Revolution 1: Social and Political Fundamentals, the Estates-General, and the Principle Antecedents (the Storming of the Bastille and the Great Fear) of the RevolutionWh-2 French Revolution 1: Social and Political Fundamentals, the Estates-General, and the Principle Antecedents (the Storming of the Bastille and the Great Fear) of the Revolution
Especially when compared to the monarchical systems remaining extant throughout Europe, what role did the French Revolution play in the transition into the modern world?
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Wh-2 French Revolution 2: The Declaration of the Rights of Man and The Reign of TerrorWh-2 French Revolution 2: The Declaration of the Rights of Man and The Reign of Terror
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A century of Conflict and Crisis Religious Wars (Chapter 4)A century of Conflict and Crisis Religious Wars (Chapter 4)
Peace of Augsburg: declared that the religion of the ruler would decide the religion of his territory
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