HUM II Test 1 Jeopardy (Shepardson)

HUM II Test 1 Jeopardy (Shepardson) - The French Revolution...

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The End of the Old Order The French Revolution Bonaparte and the French Imperium Restoration of the Concert of Europe The Industrial Revolution and Intellectual Thought 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50
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The End of the Old Order This person was the King of France in 1789
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The End of the Old Order Who is King Louis XVI?
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The End of the Old Order What is the Tennis Court Oath?
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The End of the Old Order A group of people who met at an indoor tennis court and vowed to give France a national assembly.
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The End of the Old Order Assignats
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The End of the Old Order What are bank notes issued by the government after they seized church property because the government was broke.
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The End of the Old Order This constitution forced priests to become civil servants (government employees)
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The End of the Old Order Civil Constitution of the Clergy
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The End of the Old Order Describe the ideas of both Edmund Burke and Thomas Paine
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The End of the Old Order Edmund Burke: You cannot suddenly change a society and its intuitions that have been there for centuries Thomas Paine: Wanted revolution and change
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The French Revolution Jacobins
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The French Revolution A political party that met in a former Jacobin monastary
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The French Revolution “The Incorruptible”
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The French Revolution Who is Maximilien Robespierre
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The French Revolution
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The French Revolution The Thermidorian Reaction: hits the hottest point and begins to cool down
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The French Revolution This town was where the French encountered the turning point of the Revolution.
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The French Revolution Valmy
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