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    students to use a primary source document to learn about the execution of French King Louis XVI in 1793. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom use or direct students to the website to answer the worksheet questions: http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/louis.htm The primary source document is labeled (The Execution of Louis XVI‚ 1793) Students read the document and answer the questions on the worksheet. The

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    in 1801 and what did it say? 6. What was the Civil Code? 7. What did Napoleon do in 1802 to give himself more power? 8. What happened on December 2‚ 1804? Considering the French Revolution and what happened to Louis XVI‚ why is that ironic? 9. According to Bertaud (in red)‚ why was it important that the Pope came to Paris for the ceremony? Finally‚ a kingdom as tiny as his ambitions were great. http://www.channel4.com/history/microsites/H/history/guide18/part01

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    LOUIS XIV OF FRANCE AND ABSOLUTISM QUESTION: In Louis XIV’s view‚ what were the qualities of an effective monarch? In his opinion‚ what were the main obstacles to absolute rule? Louis XIV is known as being one of the most remarkable monarchs in history. He reined for seventy-two years (1643-1715) and from 1661‚ he personally controlled French government. The 17th century is labelled as the age of Louis XIV. Louis XIV‚ was a strong believer in “absolutism” - term used to describe a form of monarchical

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    affair? Q5 Do you think consultation of discussion are important features of democracy. why or why not? FRENCH REVOLUTION MULTIPLE CHOISE QUESTIONS: 1. When did Napoleon Bonaparte crown himself as emperor of France? a) 1804 b) 1904 c) 1905 d) 1876 2. On which day Louis XVI call together the meeting of estate general? a) 4 August 1789 b) 5 May 1788 c) 5 May 1789 d) 17 April 1759 3. When did the slave trade begin? a) 18th Century b) 19th Century c) 17th Century d) 16th Century

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    › History‎ Sep 23‚ 2010 – ok so i have to write a five paragraph essay in school and the topic is 3 reasons for the french Revolution and explain why they caused it. im ... What would a good topic sentence be for this essay ... What did King Louis XVI do or not to to cause the ... What were the main causes of the French Revolution ... How did Poverty cause the French Revolution? 2 answers 4 answers 2 answers 1 answer 25 Apr 2010 26 Mar 2010 16 Jan 2010 13 Dec 2008 Free The Causes Of

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    of King Louis XIV. As a concerned French citizen‚ I am baffled with these occurrences and I’m searching for answers as to what will be coming up for the future of our community. I fear that in this revolution we will loose ourselves the same way our previous king‚ Louis XVI‚ attempted to betray us. His execution was the right move‚ but will happen to us during this frightful time between all this mess of the revolution. In his selfish attempts to have safety and absolute power‚ Louis XVI‚ committed

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    It was 1789‚ King Louis XIV was on the throne and the ‘Revolution was born in blood’; the French Revolution had begun. The French Revolution began in 1789 on July 14th (Bastille Day) where the commoners of Paris stormed the prison‚ murdered the Governor and the Mayor of Paris. They were not standing for the mismanagement and tyranny of the French monarchy any longer. The Revolution that followed was a bloody massacre of torture and new ideas. Although the French Revolution only caused the people

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    The French revolution took place in France from 1789 to 1792‚ during the reign of King Louis XVI. It was an expression of discontent from the poor towards the rich‚ and of how they thought France was governed unfairly. The revolution is considered one of the most important events in human history‚ as it has continued to shape societies and the ways we live today (Cody‚ 2008). Through examining political‚ economical‚ social and cultural factors that led up to the French Revolution‚ this essay aims

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    During 1780s to 1790s France was in total chaos. France was ruled by the Bourbon family King Louis XVI from 1754 to 1793‚ it was an absolute monarch and they had absolute power and did not share it with a legislature. The situation was already bad before Louis XVI began his reign‚ but situation got worse. In the end‚ there was a revolution in France and a vast amount changes to the society and the government of France. Louis XVI himself was executed and killed; while France was established as a democratic

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    this time‚ the monarchy in France had undergone major change and finally overthrown by the unhappy French citizens. There were many reasons for this action of overthrowing the government‚ some of which being high taxes‚ which only the third estate had to pay‚ the lack of participation that king Louis and Marie Antoinette had shown whilst in power towards ruling the country. King Louis XVI was not entirely to blame as France could have been left in a bad stage from King Louis XV and therefore it might

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