Three Estates
End of Old Regime
Radical Revolution
Reign of Terror
Rise of Napoleon

100

The First Estate consisted of this group of people.

Who were the clergy?

100

The Declaration of Rights of Man and the Citizen was inspired by the English Bill of Rights and this American document.

What was the Declaration of Independence?

100

He published the radical journal, The Friend of the People.

 Who was Jean-Paul Marat?

100

To defend France from domestic terror, this committee adopted policies that would become known as the Reign of Terror.

What was the Committee of Public Safety?

100

At age 24, the Committee of Public Safety gave Napoleon this title, aiding his rise to military power. 

What was brigadier general?

200

This estate paid all the taille.

Who were the Third Estate?

200

It was this group of people armed with broomsticks and pikes that finally got the king to concede to their demands. 

Who were the Parisian women?

200

When formed, the National Convention's main priority was to do this.

What was draft a new constitution?

200

Most executions were occurred in towns that rebelled against this. 

What was the National Convention?

200

Napoleon held absolute power despite having set up this new form of government. 

What was the consulate?

300

The members of the bourgeoisie were considered to be a part of this estate.

What was the Third Estate?

300

In order to increase revenue, the National Assembly seized and sold land owned by these people.

Who was the Church?

300

Of the two factions formed in France, it was this group that convinced the Convention to execute King Louis XVI. 

Who was the Mountain?

300

During the Reign of Terror, about 15% of the victims were clergy or nobles. The rest were from here. 

What was the Third Estate?

300

Napoleon was named Consul for life, then gave himself this new title. 

What was Emperor Napoleon I?

400

This estate owned about 25% of the land.

Who was the Second Estate?

400

Clergy, government officials and this other group of people now couldn't not be appointed, but had to be elected. 

Who were judges?

400

He led the rebellion, saying "Virtue without terror, is fatal."

Who was Robespierre?

400

Once the war on domestic terror was over, this would prevail.

What was the Republic of Virtue?

400

This preserved rights won by the Revolution, unless you were a woman, who was deemed "less than a man."

What was the Civil Code or Napoleonic Code?

500

Members of the Third Estate demanded that the Assembly keep meeting until a new constitution was written. This was later named after the venue they moved the meeting to.

What was the Tennis Court Oath?

500

The members of the Paris Commune referred to themselves as this, which means "without breeches."

What were the sans-culottes?

500

He earned the nickname "drinker of blood," because he encouraged the poor to take what they needed, but any means necessary.

Who was Marat?

500

Because the Convention believed that religion encouraged superstition over reason, they adopted a policy of this. 

What is de-Christianization?

500

After his defeat at Waterloo, Napoleon was sent to his second exile, here. 

What was St. Helena?