French Revolution Review Quiz II

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Question 1

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What political body passed the follow decree? “Article One…….hereby completely abolishes the feudal system. It decrees that, among the existing rights and dues…….., all those originating in or representing real or personal serfdom shall be abolished.”
Answer
  • The National Assembly
  • The Legislative Assembly
  • The National Convention
  • The Directory

Question 2

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Identify the social status of each of the figures represents in the picture below. (The words on the rock says "Heavy taxes and labor".)
Answer
  • 1st Estate
  • 2nd Estate
  • 3rd Estate
  • The Monarchy
  • 1st Estate
  • 2nd Estate
  • 3rd Estate
  • The Monarchy
  • 1st Estate
  • 2nd Estate
  • 3rd Estate
  • The Monarchy

Question 3

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What statement is the artist of the picture trying to make?. (The words on the rock says "Heavy taxes and labor".). Check all answers that apply.
Answer
  • The words on the rock show that the taxes and forced labor were like a heavy weight pressing down upon the Third Estate.
  • The Second Estate was being kept down by the other two Estates
  • The Third Estate had to pay most of the taxes
  • TheThird Estate was required the work for the other two Estates
  • The First and Second Estates are worried about the treatment of the 3rd Estate.
  • The artist was probably a member of the First Estate and was upset about the treatment of the Third Estate

Question 4

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Who created the Committee of Public Safety?
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  • Louis XVI
  • Maximilien Robespierre
  • The Directory
  • The National Convention

Question 5

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Which period was known as the Great Fear?
Answer
  • 1786–1789, when it was clear that France’s economic situation was dire
  • The summer of 1789, when peasants around the French countryside revolted against their feudal landlords
  • 1793–1794, when Robespierre systematically killed more than 15,000 alleged counter revolutionary activists
  • 1797–1799, when the corrupt Directory ruled dictatorially

Question 6

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Which event did not take place during the summer of 1789?
Answer
  • The Civil Constitutional of the Clergy
  • The Reign of Terror
  • The Great Fear
  • The Tennis Court Oath

Question 7

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Which document effectively nationalized (government takeover) the French church?
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  • The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen
  • The Constitution of 1791
  • The Civil Constitution of the Clergy
  • The Concordat of Worms

Question 8

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To which country was Louis XVI and his family trying to escape when they were captured?
Answer
  • Austria
  • Spain
  • Britain
  • Prussia

Question 9

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Louis XVI convened the Estates General at [blank_start]Versailles[blank_end] for the purpose of rising taxes.
Answer
  • Versailles
  • Paris
  • the Tuileries Palace
  • Varrenes

Question 10

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[blank_start]National Assembly[blank_end] was the political body formed by the representatives of the Third Estate.
Answer
  • National Assembly
  • Legislative Assembly
  • National Convention
  • Directory

Question 11

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[blank_start]Republic[blank_end] is a form of government where people elect the government including the head of the government.
Answer
  • Republic
  • Monarchy
  • Oligarchy
  • Theocracy

Question 12

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What happened September 21, 1792?
Answer
  • France becomes a Republic
  • The King is executed
  • The Reign of Terror begins
  • The King is arrested

Question 13

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Place the following events in their correct chronological order. National Assembly is formed by the Third Estate Feudalism ends in France [blank_start]Women's March on Versailles[blank_end] [blank_start]Flight to Varennes[blank_end] The Royal Family is placed under house arrest at the Tuileries Palace [blank_start]Declaration of Pillnitz[blank_end] Legislative Assembly if formed Legislative Assembly declares war on Austria. Prussia declares war on France [blank_start]Brunswick Manifesto[blank_end] Paris Commune takes over the Legislative Assembly The King is arrested and sent to the prison in an ancient fortress know as the Temple [blank_start]Monarchy is abolished[blank_end]. France becomes a Republic Year 1 of the Republican Calendar
Answer
  • Flight to Varennes
  • Women's March on Versailles
  • Declaration of Pillnitz
  • Brunswick Manifesto
  • Monarchy is abolished

Question 14

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The ___________________________ guillotined thousands during the Reign of Terror.
Answer
  • Committee of Public Safety
  • National Assembly
  • Legislative Assembly
  • Monarchy

Question 15

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Olympe de Gouges wrote the _________________ ?
Answer
  • Declaration of Pillnitz
  • Tennis Court Oath
  • Declaration of the Rights of Woman
  • The Rights of the Woman of France

Question 16

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Base you answer to the following question on this selection: "The National Assembly, considering that it has been summoned to establish the constitution of the kingdom, to effect the regeneration of the public order, and to maintain the true principles of monarchy; that nothing can prevent it from continuing its deliberations in whatever place it may be forced to establish itself; and, finally, that wheresoever its members are assembled, there is the National Assembly..." The name of the document where the above excerpt appeared is called the [blank_start]Tennis Court Oath[blank_end].
Answer
  • Tennis Court Oath
  • Declaration of the Rights of Man
  • Civil Constitution of the Clergy
  • Constitution of 1791
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