The French Revolution and Napoleon Bonaparte (1780-1815) Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. The French leader who sought out internal enemies of the French Revolution was

Question 2 2. Napoleon's final and decisive defeat by the Duke of Wellington came at the

Question 3 3. The chaos and execution of many individuals during a period of the French Revolution was known as the

Question 4 4. An important reform instituted by the National Assembly was the Declaration of the Rights of Man. This reform borrowed ideals from which document?

Question 5 5. The series of revolts in Spain and Portugal, which drained French resources, is known as the _____.

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Question 6 6. Calonne's last ditch effort to avoid fiscal insolvency without calling an Estates-General was called the _____in _____.

Question 7 7. In 1805, a British fleet led by Admiral Lord Nelson destroyed a combined French and Spanish fleet in the Battle of _____.

Question 8 8. After Napoleon's first major defeat, countries gathered together to determine how to divide up territory that France had conquered as well as create a balance of power between countries to avoid further conflict. This meeting was called the

Question 9 9. Why did Napoleon choose to forge a peace with Great Britain after becoming First Consul?

Question 10 10. Why did Napoleon revive the Polish state?

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Question 11 11. Which of the following is a reason why Napoleon invaded Russia?

Question 12 12. Where did Napoleon leave his army when he slipped back to France in 1799?

Question 13 13. Approximately how many people were executed during the Reign of Terror?

Question 14 14. France saw its greatest territorial expansion under whom?

Question 15 15. Why was the Congress of Vienna convened?

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Question 16 16. What was Napoleon's final and decisive defeat at the hands of the Duke of Wellington?

Question 17 17. Who was originally responsible for leading the Committee of Public Safety that was formed in April 1793?

Question 18 18. Which of the following was not a cause of the French Revolution?

Question 19 19. Which event is often considered to be the symbolic start of the French Revolution?

Question 20 20. Why did Prussia and Austria support Louis XVI, causing the National Assembly to proclaim war against them?

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Question 21 21. Which of the following social groups did most of the tax money come from prior to the French Revolution?

Question 22 22. Napoleon's inability to take which country had a significant influence on his downfall?

Question 23 23. What two islands was Napoleon exiled to?

Question 24 24. Astoundingly Napoleon rose to French throne at what age?

Question 25 25. The Continental System was put in place to block trade between _____ and the rest of Continental Europe.

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Question 26 26. What was the territory Napoleon carved out of the former Holy Roman Empire as an independent state?

Question 27 27. What eventually led to the end of the Reign of Terror in France?

Question 28 28. Why did many Enlightenment thinkers believe the America Revolution could be viewed as a model for what should be achieved in France?

Question 29 29. What event is often considered by historians the point when Louis XVI lost total control of the events in Paris?

Question 30 30. Why was the Siege of Toulon important for Napoleon?

The French Revolution and Napoleon Bonaparte (1780-1815) Chapter Exam Instructions

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