French revolution and napoleon test review multiple choices



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FRENCH REVOLUTION AND NAPOLEON TEST REVIEW

MULTIPLE CHOICES



  1. The bourgeoisie belonged to which of the following groups?

  2. European rulers denounced the French Revolution because

  3. The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen stated that

  4. At the meeting of the Estates General, the Third Estate wanted to

  5. Prior to the French Revolution, the First Estate owned approximately what percent of the land in France?

  6. In 1792, the French people repelled an attack by

  7. Louis XVI was convicted of

  8. Arrange the following governments during the French Revolution in correct chronological order:

  9. The most serious economic problem facing the French government in the 1700s was that

  10. The fall of the Bastille was important because it

  11. During the Reign of Terror, Robespierre tried to

  12. France’s economy was mainly supported by

  13. The immediate cause of the Parisian women’s March on Versailles was

  14. On the eve of the French Revolution, France was the wealthiest, most influential, and most populous nation in Europe. Its population was approximately

  15. Napoleon gained power in France in 1799 by

  16. Which of the following was NOT considered a positive accomplishment of Napoleon?

  17. The Continental System was Napoleon’s plan to

  18. Many people were dissatisfied with the government of the Directory because

  19. Which of the following was the chief goal of the Congress of Vienna?

  20. The dominance of Napoleon helped inspire, in subjugated lands, feelings of

  21. The influence of Napoleon on Europe lasted long after he was defeated because

  22. Why did the Congress of Vienna redraw the boundaries of some European countries?

  23. Napoleon’s downfall came as a result of

  24. Which of the following would be an example of the principle of legitimacy?

  25. Napoleon’s political stature grew because of all the following EXCEPT

IDENTIFICATION OF KEY TERMS AND PEOPLE

NATIONALISM SCORCHED-EARTH POLICY JOSEPH GUILLOTIN LOUIS XVI

LEOPOLD II MAXIMILIEN ROBESPIERRE OLYMPE DE GOUGES MARIE ANTOINETTE

ALEXANDER I MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE DUKE OF BRUNSWICK DUKE OF WELLINTON



COUP D’ETAT PLEBISCITE PRINCE METTERNICH HORATIO NELSON

LOUIS XVIII FRANCIS I CHARLOTTE CORDAY JEAN PAUL MARAT


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