Which of these external factors are ones that help shape nationalism?
Before the French revolution, the dictator was the focus of the nation.
What was the usual result of a vote in the Estates General?
The First and Second Estates could always outnumber the Third Estate by 2 to 1.
The Second Estate was always the majority compared to the First and Third Estate.
All votes were equal.
The First Estate held the most number of votes compared to the other Estates combined.
As a result of Louis XVI's plan which was blocked by the aristocrats, the King called a meeting with who?
Which of these was not a geographic cause of the downfall in 1789 France?
Winter of 1788 was bitterly cold.
The melted snow caused floods in the area.
There was a drought in summer of 1789.
Heavy rain which ruined their crops.
What was the voting procedure of in the Estates General?
They met and voted separately and each majority vote from the Estate counted as a single vote.
Votes were counted individually and scored by total.
Estates met together to discuss one unanimous vote which resulted in a single vote from each Estate.
Estates anonymously voted and votes were treated as one amongst others.
The Tennis Court Oath was:
The bourgeoisie vowed not to leave the tennis court in Versailles until they made a new regime for France.
The Second Estate gathered in the tennis court to revolt against the King.
The national assembly swore not to disband until a new constitution for France was put in place.
The Estates decided to break from the Estates General and draw up their own sovereignty.
The current Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms was based off of the declaration of The Rights of Man and Citizen.
What was the purpose of the Reign of Terror?
To promote patriotism throughout the country and encourage national unity.
Execution and arrest of anyone who defied the revolutionary ideas.
The King feared opposition from the public and ordered punishment for anyone who disagreed.
Riots and protests brought up about the entire country.
Why were Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette executed?
To ensure that gains made during revolution were not lost.
As a warning to other countries who were watching the revolution.
To instill fear into the hearts of citizens and prevent opposition.
As the answer to dissolve the old Regime and renew the constitution.
When was the province of Nunavut created?
Because France was constantly at war, they were experiencing a phase of bankruptcy.
What did the Tennis Court Oath inspire Parisians and/or people from other parts of France to do?
Hide in terror and promote national security.
Revolt against the people which resulted in multiple casualties.
Rise up against the nobles and clergy who had controlled them.
Take an oath in a football field.
Which expression does not suggest that a nation is a collective?
An inseparable whole
A sovereign nation
What is a way a citizen can proclaim patriotism?
Protesting for a national cause
Attending a course on a foreign nation
Donating humanitarian aid internationally
Isolating oneself and refusing to be politically involved
What is self determination?
Political authority to control one's own affairs
Not influenced or controlled by others in matters of opinion
The right or condition of self-government, especially in a particular sphere
The power to control one own's affairs
What is sovereignty?
Political authority to control one own's affairs.
The right or condition of self-government, especially in a particular sphere.
The power to control one own's affairs.
The "rule of law" in important in which it stands to reflect a utopian society.
______ nationalism, respect for one's beliefs and values, is different from _______ nationalism, which is founded on shared ethnicity, culture, and language.
Which of these commonalities matter in a civic nation?
Your feelings of belonging to groups are part of your "_________" identity.
Unlike countries, nation-states cannot be a part of the United Nations.
The concept of the nations refer to ________, not a ________, or a nation-state.
Civic nationalism: pre-existing characteristics or traditions lead to a shared sense of nation.
A _____ nation emerges from the choice of citizens to live according to shared principles.
What are "loyalties that compete?"
First Nations Loyalties
The purpose of the Royal Commission is to:
Inquire the public about dependence
A tool used to deal with complicated issues
Repair relations that enable people to come to terms
Coexist two differing nations in peace
Sovereignist is someone who is an advocate for the multiculturalism and pluralistic ideals for Canada.
A belief or doctrine that holds that collectives should be encouraged to affirm and promote their unique cultural identity in a diverse society.
The arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively.
A condition or system in which two or more states, groups, principles, sources of authority, etc., coexist.
Of, relating to, or constituting several cultural or ethnic groups within a society.
What is the link between patriotism and loyalty?
Both show the relationship of an individual towards his or her nation.
National loyalties show bias and may affect patriotism for one's country.
Loyalty is an extension of patriotism - love for one's country.
Patriotism links loyalty in which people's collective identity is united as one for loyalty to the nation.
In France, the Feudal System, also known as the Old Regime, was very rigid.
What was the political system held in France between 5th century and the 15th century?
A form of government in which all power is invested in one ruler.
Government in which power is distributed and limited by a system of laws that the rulers must obey.
A system of government in which power is divided between a national (federal) government and various regional governments.
A system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state.
The First Estate did not:
serve the state
The Third Estate:
held most important positions in society
collect dues from the Second Estate
kept the birth and old
paid to the state
In the Tennis Court Oath, the Third Estate declares a new constitution and proclaim themselves the:
The March of the Women did what?
Made the government function under threat of mob violence
Destroy medieval documents that demanded service
Instill fear into neighbouring countries of an impending revolution
Abolish feudal dues
Louis XVI agreed to France becoming a limited monarchy, which grew into the success France is today.
What was the spark that caused French to enter war in 1792?
The execution of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette
Austria, on Antoinette's behalf, issued a warning to avoid harming the King and Queen.
Napoleon's invasion on Russia homeland
The threat of mob violence by the women of France
What were the results of France entering war?
They came, they saw, they conquered.
Led a series of long lasting wars which ended in victory.
The French republican troops led a victory and defeat against European troops.
French armies were not prepared for the conflict and ended in disaster.
These people were radical revolutionaries who eventually gain power and opposed the monarchy.
Robespierre, leader of the Jacobins, ended the Reign of Terror by:
Becoming taken over by another subordinate
Alienated members of the committee which caused them to turn against him
The revolutionary leaders were threatened by his ideals
Execution of peasants and bourgeoisie
The Directory was:
5 man executive body whose aim was to avoid a dictatorship
Representatives chosen by universal male suffrage
The committee for public safety
The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen was not:
listed about ideas of freedom, liberty, and human rights
a statement drawn up of democratic countries today
an abolishment on traditional privileges on the monarchy
a guarantee of certain political rights to Canadian citizens and civil rights of everyone
Napoleon stopped a pro royalist riot by giving what he called the "Whiff of Grapeshot".
Napoleon moved to Northern Italy to:
encourage religious orders
expand age-old noble privilege
Napoleon only lost one battle, from 1803 to 1808, at this point in his life. Which battle was this?
Battle of Trafalgar
Battle of the NIle
Battle of Corsica
Battle of Waterloo
Napoleon called Britain the "nation of shopkeepers". In attempt to defeat Great Britain, Napoleon:
implemented the continental system
went to war against the British navy
weakened Britain economy
carried out a French invasion across waters into England
The Napoleonic Code reformed the French legal code to reflect the principles of the old Regime.
The Lycee System of Education was created by Napoleon in order to reform the education system.