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  1. A.P. European History French Revolution

  2. The French Revolution The Estates General 100 200 300 400 500 The National Assembly 100 200 300 400 500 The Legislative Assembly 100 200 300 400 500 The National Convention 100 200 300 400 500 Vocabulary/ Miscellaneous 100 200 300 400 500

  3. What were the thirteen parlements, led by the French parlement? MAIN These were the royal courts and strongholds of the aristocracy that resisted change, especially when applied to the aristocracy. SUBJECT: The Estates General 500 400 300 200 100

  4. What were the, War of the Austrian Succession ( 1740 – 1748), The Seven Years War (1756 – 1763) The American Revolutionary War ( 1776-1783)? These were the three expensive wars that were fought leading up to the French Revolution and exhausting the French Treasury. MAIN 500 SUBJECT: The Estates General 400 300 200 100

  5. Who was Jacques Robert Turgot, Jacques Necker, Charles Calonne, Lomenie Brienne, and Jacques Necker again? These were the different financial advisers appointed by Louis XVI to help solve the financial crisis. MAIN 500 SUBJECT: The Estates General 400 300 200 100

  6. What were the cahiers des doleances? MAIN These were the lists of grievances drawn up by the three Estates to try and limit royal authority. 500 SUBJECT: The Estates General 400 300 200 100

  7. What was the National Assembly also called The Constituent Assembly? MAIN This was the combined single body legislature that was initiated by the Third Estate after five weeks of stalemate on voting procedures in 1789. 500 SUBJECT: The Estates General 400 300 200 100

  8. What was the Tennis Court Oath? MAIN This was the famous pledge by the National Assembly to write a Constitution for France. 500 400 300 SUBJECT: The National Assembly 200 100

  9. MAIN What was the Bastille? This was the prison in Paris that was stormed by the Paris mob on July 14th, 1789 and even though it only housed seven inmates it became the symbol of the beginning of the French Revolution. 500 400 300 SUBJECT: The National Assembly 200 100

  10. Who was Marquis de Lafayette or Gilbert du Motier? MAIN He took control of the National Guard which restored order in Paris and was later ousted by the Jacobins and forced to flee and captured by the Austrians. 500 400 300 SUBJECT: The National Assembly 200 100

  11. What was the “Great Fear” MAIN This was the mass hysteria that swept the French countryside in rumors of invasion or armies of brigands and led to destruction of property and lives in the provinces in 1789. 500 400 300 SUBJECT: The National Assembly 200 100

  12. What was the Declaration of Rights of Man and of Citizen? MAIN This was the French document that was based on the American Declaration of Independence and drawn up by the National Assembly in August of 1789. 500 400 300 SUBJECT: The National Assembly 200 100

  13. What were the 83 Departments? MAIN These were the 83 districts that France was divided up into in 1791 and by the new Constitution. 500 SUBJECT:The Legislative Assembly 400 300 200 100

  14. What was the title of nobility and the feudal obligation of serfdom as well as recognizing the rights of blacks in France and mulattoes in the Caribbean? These were two institutions that were eliminated by the National Assembly when they wrote the Constitution of 1791. MAIN 500 SUBJECT:The Legislative Assembly 400 300 200 100

  15. What were the assignats? MAIN These were the bonds issued by the National Assembly and backed by selling church lands which were now considered to be property of the French state. 500 SUBJECT:The Legislative Assembly 400 300 200 100

  16. Who was Jacques Pierre Brissot? MAIN He was the French minister who urged the declaration of war on Austria and later Prussia by the Legislative Assembly. 500 SUBJECT:The Legislative Assembly 400 300 200 100

  17. What were the Jacobins and Girondists who sat on the left of the Legislative Assembly the Feuillants, who were Constitutional Monarchists who sat on the right ? These were the radical parties of the Legislative Assembly that sat on the left side of the assembly. MAIN 500 SUBJECT:The Legislative Assembly 400 300 200 100

  18. Who was Maximilian Robespierre? MAIN He was the radical leader of the Jacobins and later helped lead the Reign of Terror. 500 400 300 SUBJECT: The National Convention 200 100

  19. What was the Paris Commune? MAIN This was the government of Paris that took control of France in 1792 from the Legislative Assembly and took the country in a radical move toward a Republic. 500 400 300 SUBJECT: The National Convention 200 100

  20. Who was Jean-Paul Marat? MAIN This was the radical journalist who was stabbed in his bathtub by the Girondist, Charlotte Corday. 500 400 300 SUBJECT: The National Convention 200 100

  21. Who were the sans-culottes? MAIN These were the artisans and shop keepers who came to dominate Parisian and therefore French politics. 500 400 300 SUBJECT: The National Convention 200 100

  22. What was the Committee of Public Safety ( led by Robespierre) ? This was the group of twelve men who led the police and court tribunals in eliminating the enemies of the state and starting a levee en masse or national draft. MAIN 500 400 300 SUBJECT: The National Convention 200 100

  23. What was the Thermidorian Reaction ? MAIN This was the name given to the overthrow of Robespierre and his radical government and his eventual execution. 500 400 300 SUBJECT:Vocabulary/Miscellaneous 200 100

  24. What was the Declaration of Pilnitz? MAIN This was the decree issued by Leopold II of Austria, Frederick William II of Prussia, and Louis XVI’s brother Charles-Phillipe, the Comte d’Artois at a castle in Dresden vowing support for the King of France and possible invasion. 500 400 300 SUBJECT:Vocabulary/Miscellaneous 200 100

  25. Who were the emigres? MAIN This was the group of aristocrats, conservatives, and moderates who fled France throughout the Revolution and were condemned by the radicals if they returned to France. 500 400 300 SUBJECT:Vocabulary/Miscellaneous 200 100

  26. What are the tricolor Flag and the National Anthem, La Marseillaise? These were the two national symbols of the French Revolution that still exist today as French national symbols. MAIN 500 400 300 SUBJECT:Vocabulary/Miscellaneous 200 100

  27. What was the Directory? MAIN This was the government established in the new Constitution of 1795 which was not a democracy or republic or dictatorship. 500 400 300 SUBJECT:Vocabulary/Miscellaneous 200 100