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French Revolution and Napoleonic Era Worksheet

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French Revolution and Napoleonic Era Worksheet
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March 26, 2014
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French Revolution and Napoleonic Era Worksheet

1. Essay

Explain, in 1,050 to 1,400 words, how the following ideas and ideals influenced the events and motivated the participants in the French Revolution:

Liberty
Equality
Brotherhood
Hubris
Fiscal irresponsibility
Democracy
Technology

2. Napoleonic Timeline

For each date and location, identify the significant event that occurred and write a single-sentence description of the event.

August 15, 1769
Napoleon Bonaparte was born.
Ajaccio, Corsica

July 4, 1776
The Declaration of Independence was approved by the Second Continental Congress meeting in the Pennsylvania State House. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

July 14, 1789
The citizens of Paris ignited the French Revolution by storming the Bastille prison and released seven prisoners. Paris

September 21, 1792
The monarchy was abolished
France

January 21,1793
King Louis XVI was executed.
Paris

August 22, 1795
The Constitution of the year III was adopted.
France

November 15–17, 1796
The battle of Arcola which was the decisive battle during Napoleon’s defeat. Arcole, Italy

1798
Napoleon persuaded the ruling to invade Egypt.
Malta, Egypt, and Syria

November 9,1799
Napoleon and Abbe Sieyes pulled off a coup in France.
France

February 9, 1801
The treaty peace between the French Republic and the Emperor and the Germanic Body. Lunéville, France

1801
Napoleon made peace with the pope and reconciled h
The differences between the state and the Catholic Church.
Rome and Paris

March 25,1802
The treaty of Amiens was signed.
Amiens, France

December 2, 1804
Napoleon crowned himself Emperor
Paris

October 21,1805
The battle of Trafalgar was a naval engagement fought by the Royal Navy. Atlantic Ocean, near Cádiz, Spain, and the Straits of Gibraltar

December 26,1805
The treaty of Pressburg agreement was signed.
Bratislava (Pressburg)

June–November 1812
The French Invasion of Russia began.
Russia

October 16–19, 1813
The battle of Leipzig was fought by the coalition armies.
Leipzig, Germany

April 11, 1814
The treaty of Fontainebleau was signed.
Paris

March 20, 1815
The treaty of Paris was signed.
France

June 15,1815
Napoleon suffered defeat at the hands of Duke of Wellington and bringing an end to the Napoleonic era of European history. Waterloo, Belgium

May 5, 1821
Napoleon dies as a British prisoner.
Saint Helena, South Atlantic

References

Kishlansky, M., Geary, P., & O'Brien, P. (2010). Civilization in the West (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson Education, Inc.

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