Questions to Answer: What were the 3 ‘estates’ under this system?What percentage of the French people were in each estate?Letter P Number ____Piece of French Revolution History: The Declaration of Pilnitz pushed the leaders of the French Revolution to be more radical. Hint? NoneQuestions to Answer: Why did it do this? What does this mean?
Letter SNumber ____Piece of French Revolution History: In 1792, French Revolutionaries went to war with European monarchs. Hint? No Questions to Answer: Which countries were fighting against France? How long did the fighting last?Letter R Number ____Piece of French Revolution History: The new leader who had saved the Directory, Napoleon came from moderately humble beginnings. Hint? NoQuestions to Answer: Describe Napoleon’s humble beginnings. How do these humble beginnings link Napoleon’s rise to power to the Enlightenment? (this second question is hard…you can ask Mr. Hansen about this one if you are stuck!)Letter QNumber ____Piece of French Revolution History: Representatives at the Estates General were asked to write up Cahiers; basically lists of things that were wrong in France that needed fixing. The Third Estate was the estate that wanted the most change and drew up the angriest Cahiers. However, under the voting system of the Estates General, it is unlikely that any of these changes would actually be made. Hint? No Questions to Answer: What was the problem with the voting system in the Estates General (from the perspective of the Third Estate? This answer must be complete and detailed! What voting system made more sense to members of the Third Estate?Letter T Number ____Piece of French Revolution History: Robespierre used Rousseau’s ideas to justify a ‘Reign of Terror”. Hint? NoQuestions to Answer: Which ideas of Rousseau’s am I talking about? How did Robespierre use these ideas? What was the Reign of Terror?
Letter WNumber ____Piece of French Revolution History: As many as 40,000 people died during the ‘Reign of Terror’. Hint? No Questions to Answer: What was the ‘engine’ of the ‘Reign of Terror’?Letter VNumber ____Piece of French Revolution History: Peasants were still suspicious of Louis XVI; partially because more and more royal troops were arriving in Paris from other cities. This definitely made it seem that Louis may have planned to crush the revolution, Declaration of the Rights of Man and all, when the time was right. On October 5th, women marched on Versailles. They were chanting “bread” because they were so hungry. Hint? No