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A dictator who was in charge of France at the end of  French Revolution. 

A. Napoleon

B. Robespierre

C. King Louis XVI

A. Napoleon


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Who became leader of the radical wing of the revolutionary government known as the Reign of Terror?

A. Napoleon Bonaparte

B. Maximilien Robespierre

C. King Louis XVI

B. Maximilien Robespierre

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An attempt to overthrow the current government. 

A. peaceful agreement

B. a protest

C. coup d'etat

C. coup d'etat

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What was the rallying cry of the French Revolution? 

A. Liberty, Equality and Fraternity

B. Health, Happiness and Freedom

C. Long Live the King

A. Liberty, Equality and Fraternity

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What happened to Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette?

A. they died of old age

B. they died in prison

C. they died by the guillotine

C. they died by the guillotine

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Which estate does a noble person belong to?

A. First Estate

B. Second Estate

C. Third Estate

B. Second Estate

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Who was most affected by the Napoleonic Codes?

A. Men

B. Women

B. Women

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The most significant cause of the French Revolution.

A. Economic Inequality

B. Social Inequality

C. Both Economic and Social Inequality

C. Both Economic and Social Inequality

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The radical Jacobin leader during the Reign of Terror.

A. Robespierre

B. Marie Antoinette

C. King Louis XVI

A. Robespierre

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Name the 10 year period from 1789-1799.

A. What is the American Revolution?

B. What is World War I?

C. What is the French Revolution?

C. What is the French Revolution?

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The Purpose of the Reign of Terror. 

A. to purge France of enemies of the Revolution and protect the country from invaders

B. to help keep the king in power

C. to help invaders overthrow France

A. to purge France of enemies of the Revolution and protect the country from invaders

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Which estate did the peasants belong to?

A. First Estate

B. Second Estate

C. Third Estate

C. Third Estate

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How many times was Napoleon exiled?

A. 1 time

B. 2 times

C. 3 times

B. 2 times

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"Terror is the Order of the Day"-Maxiemilien Robespierre 

What method did he use to instill fear? 

A. the Guillotine

B. a firing squad

C. threat of imprisonment

A. the Guillotine

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The French Revolution was marked by political, economic, and social reform. What paved the way for Social reform? 

A. Adopting the Declaration of Rights of Man

B. Continuing with a monarchy

C. Declaring anarchy

A. Adopting the Declaration of Rights of Man

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The incident which sparked the Revolution.

A. Napoleon declaring himself Emperor of France

B. the attack on the Bastille

C. The Reign of Terror

B. the attack on the Bastille

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How did France change under the National Assembly?

A. France became a Monarchy

B. France became a Republic

C. France became a Dictatorship

B. France became a Republic

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What was the Tennis Court Oath?

A. a place where the First Estate met to discuss the issues France was facing

B. a place where the Third Estate gathered on a tennis court to take an oath to force a new constitution on the king

C. a place where the Second Estate met to discuss the issues of France

B. a place where the Third Estate gathered on a tennis court to take an oath to force a new constitution on the king

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What was Napoleon's Coup d'Etat?

A. Asking permission to take over the weakened government

B. Suddenly taking over or overthrowing the weakened govenrnment

B. Suddenly taking over or overthrowing the weakened govenrnment

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The principles of the American Revolution and the French Revolution are similar in many ways.

What type of government did they both favor?

A. Dictatorship

B. Monarchy

C. Representative Government

C. Representative Government

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What is one way that the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen was similar to the Declaration of Independence?

A. they didn't have any similarities

B. affirmed the function of government was to protect individual rights

C. both protected only the 1st estate

B. affirmed the function of government was to protect individual rights

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Leading up to the French Revolution, life was good, food was plenty and everyone paid taxes.

A. True

B. False

B. False

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How many estates or classes were there during the time of the French revolution?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

C. 3

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Before the revolution, who paid all of the taxes in France?

A. the First Estate

B. the Second Estate

C. the Third Estate

C. the Third Estate

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What title did Napoleon give himself?

A. Dictator

B. King

C. Emperor

C. Emperor

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What was the Bastille?

A. a prison

B. a hospital

C. a palace

A. a prison

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Prior to the French Revolution, the government headed by King Louis XVI was a(n)

A. Constitutional Monarchy

B. Absolute Monarchy

B. Absolute Monarchy

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What was known as the National Razor?

A. the Bastille

B. the Guillotine

C. Versailles

B. the Guillotine

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What estate would a clergy member belong to?

A. the First Estate

B. the Second Estate

C. the Third Estate

A. the Second Estate

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What was life like during the French Revolution?

A. Peaceful

B. Serene

C. Chaotic

C. Chaotic

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