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Ch 5: The French Revolution & Napoleon (1780-1815): Homework Help

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The French Revolution & Napoleon (1780-1815) chapter of this Western Civilization Since 1648 Homework Help course helps students complete their French Revolution homework and earn better grades. This homework help resource uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long.

How it works:

  • Identify which concepts are covered on your French Revolution homework.
  • Find videos on those topics within this chapter.
  • Watch fun videos, pausing and reviewing as needed.
  • Complete sample problems and get instant feedback.
  • Finish your French Revolution homework with ease!

Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:

  • Causes of the French Revolution
  • The creation of the National Assembly of France
  • The Reign of Terror
  • Napoleon's rise to power
  • Military and economic expansion under Napoleon
  • Napoleon's exile and defeat at Waterloo
  • The Congress of Vienna

9 Lessons in Chapter 5: The French Revolution & Napoleon (1780-1815): Homework Help
The Causes of the French Revolution: Economic & Social Conditions

1. The Causes of the French Revolution: Economic & Social Conditions

In this lesson, we explore the social, economic, and political conditions in late 18th-century France, out of which the French Revolution exploded in 1789.

The National Assembly of France: Creation, History & Impact

2. The National Assembly of France: Creation, History & Impact

In this lesson, we explore the initial phase of the French Revolution and the creation of the National Assembly of France. We'll also discuss the reforms it initiated and the events in France prior to the Assembly's fall in 1792.

The Reign of Terror in the French Revolution: Definition, Summary & Timeline

3. The Reign of Terror in the French Revolution: Definition, Summary & Timeline

In this lesson, we explore the phase of the French Revolution popularly known as the Reign of Terror, a year-long period where thousands of French men and women lost their lives.

Napoleon Bonaparte: Rise to Power and Early Reforms

4. Napoleon Bonaparte: Rise to Power and Early Reforms

In this lesson, we explore the rise to power of one of France's greatest rulers, Napoleon Bonaparte, and his subsequent achievements during the first few years of his rule up until he was crowned Emperor in 1804.

The Napoleonic Empire: Military & Economic Expansion

5. The Napoleonic Empire: Military & Economic Expansion

In this lesson, we explore the French Empire under the Emperor Napoleon I, from Napoleon's coronation as emperor in 1804 until the fateful invasion of Russia in 1812.

Arc de Triomphe: History & Facts

6. Arc de Triomphe: History & Facts

Often copied - and itself an adaptation of earlier Roman triumphal arches - the Arc de Triomphe is among the most famous landmarks in the world. Built to honor those who died in the Napoleonic Wars and a fitting neighbor to the French Tomb of the Unknown, it revitalized a standard in monument construction.

The Fall of Napoleon & the Congress of Vienna: Definition & Results

7. The Fall of Napoleon & the Congress of Vienna: Definition & Results

In this lesson, we explore the fall of Napoleon's French Empire after his fateful decision to invade Russia in 1812. In turn, we also discuss the Congress of Vienna that convened after Napoleon's defeat and attempted to plan post-Napoleonic Europe.

Louis XVI: Reign, Trial & Execution

8. Louis XVI: Reign, Trial & Execution

This lesson explores the life and death of Louis XVI: last king of France. We will examine Louis's role in the downfall of the monarchy and the events that led to the French Revolution. Was he a tyrant opposed to freedom or was he a victim of a nation's thirst for blood?

Marie Antoinette: Biography, Execution & Quotes

9. Marie Antoinette: Biography, Execution & Quotes

In this lesson, learn about the life, quotes (and misquotes), and execution of the last queen of France, Marie Antoinette. Then you can test your knowledge with a quiz.

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