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       Old Regime - $100

 He was the King of France at the
     time of the revolution.



Louis XVI
       Old Regime - $200

  She was the Queen of France
   with very expensive taste.


Marie Antoinette
         Old Regime - $300

  This group was known as the 1st
   Estate and received a tithe and
      privilege from the King.



Clergy
        Old Regime - $400

 This is the name of the beautiful
palace where the French monarch
               lived.

Versailles
      Old Regime - $500

   This was the name of the
 educated, wealthy, and highly
taxed members of the 3rd Estate.

Bourgeoisie
             Causes - $100

Revolutionary ideas spread to France
as a result in their participation in this
                   war.



The American Revolution
         Causes - $200

  Frustrations with the King’s
  policies boiled over after this
            meeting.


Estates General
           Causes - $300

      Much of the 3rd Estates
  frustration centered around this
                issue.


taxation
           Causes - $400

Base on enlightenment ideals, the
3 rd Estate adopted this three word

         mantra for France.



Liberty, Equality, Fraternity
        Causes - $500

Due to her spending habits, the
Queen of France was given this
          nickname.


“Queen Deficit”
          Revolt - $100

   After being locked out of the
 meeting place, representatives of
 the 3rd Estate pledged to create a
 new government for France. This
      event was known as…
The Tennis Court Oath
           Revolt - $200

 This was the symbolic start to the
 French Revolution. It marked the
 movement of the revolution from
        Versailles to Paris.

Storming of the Bastille
          Revolt - $300

 This event was characterized by
 farmers attacking nobles estates
       in the countryside.


The Great Fear
                    Revolt - $400

     Members of the 3rd Estate
   declared that the old order no
 longer exists, and took this name
 while proclaiming themselves the
    true government of France.
National Assembly
          Revolt - $500

   This group of poor Parisians
 would provide necessary support
 for the revolutionary movement.


Sans-cullottes
           Terror - $100

 This group consisted of radicals
 who wanted to rid France of any
      ties to the Monarchy.


Jacobins
             Terror - $200

  This device would be used to
 execute approx. 30,000 enemies
        of the revolution.



Guillotine
         Terror - $300

He used his position as the head
  of the Committee of Public
Safety to propel himself into the
    de facto ruler of France.

Maximilien Robespierre
            Terror - $400

 Court proceedings used during
 the Revolution to try political
           offenders.


Tribunals
        Terror - $500

He was King of Austria, brother
 of Marie Antoinette, and he
   declared war on France.


Leopold II
          Napoleon - $100

 Napoleon was born on this island
    in the Mediterranean Sea.



Corsica
       Napoleon - $200

  This was the name given the
reforms made to the French legal
            system.

Napoleonic Code
         Napoleon - $300

 Napoleon was granted power by
 the people of France using this
  simple yes/no voting method.

Plebiscite
        Napoleon - $400

 Napoleon’s final defeat came at
  the hands of the British and
  Prussians during this battle.

Battle of Waterloo
         Napoleon - $500

 These were government run schools
    established under Napoleon.




lycees
        Congress - $100

  This Austrian Prince led the
     Congress of Vienna.



Metternich
        Congress - $200

    This was the desire of the
   conservatives to restore the
    former monarchs to their
  positions of power in Europe.

legitimacy
        Congress - $300

The Congress of Vienna intended
 to surround France with strong
countries in order to establish a…


Balance of Power
        Congress - $400

   This established an alliance
system that would protect nations
  should revolutions break out.


Concert of Europe
         Congress - $500

 He became King of France following
      Napoleon’s exile to Elba.




Louis XVIII

				
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