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Although Louis XVI had signed the Constitution, he entered into secret negotiations with the King of _________.
Rulers of other neighbouring countries too were worried by the developments in France
The neighbouring countries did not plan to send troops to put down the events that had been taking place there since the summer of 1789.
Before the neighbouring countries could send troops, the National Assembly voted in April 1792 to declare war against ________.
Prussia and Austria
Russia and England
Austria and Germany
Thousands of volunteers thronged from the provinces to join the army
The National Assembly and the French saw this as a war of the people against kings and aristocracies all over _______.
The _________, was composed by the poet Roget de LíIsle
The Marseillaise is now the national anthem of France
What was the Marseillaise?
A patriotic song
The revolutionary wars brought __________ to the people
losses and economic difficulties
While the men were away fighting at the front, women were left to cope with the tasks of earning a living and looking after their families.
The Constitution of 1791 gave political rights only to the richer sections of society.
Political clubs became an important rallying point for people who wished to discuss _________________ and plan their own forms of action
Member of a radical political club during the French Revolution
Cult of Scott
Radical political party during the French Revolution.
Who was the political leader of the Jacobins?
King Louis XVI
St, Jacob was the former convent of Paris. The most successful club the Jacobins got its name
The members of the Jacobin club belonged mainly to the ______ prosperous sections of society
artisans such as shoemakers, pastry cooks, watch-makers, printers
What sort of clothes were worn by Jacobins
Why did the Jacobins long striped trousers similar to those worn by dock workers?
This was to set themselves apart from the fashionable sections of society, especially nobles, who wore knee-breeches.
Because striped culottes were in trend
Wearing striped culottes added panache
What is the difference between sans-culottes and Jacobins?
sans-culottes were working class; Jacobins were middle class
sans-culottes were middle class; Jacobins were working class
sans-culottes were radical; Jacobins were moderates
sans-culottes wanted a republic; Jacobins wanted a limited monarchy
Group of the French Revolution whose members came from the less well-off sectors, those that suffered with the greatest intensity from the economic crisis that afflicted France since 1788.
In the summer of 1792 the Jacobins planned an insurrection of a large number of _______
The Parisians were angered by _______
the short supplies and high prices of food.
the construction or a road closure
politics and the system of government
the emotion that did not have a potential benefit
On the morning of August 10 the Jacobins stormed the Palace of the ______.
The Jacobins massacred the kingís guards and held the king himself as hostage for several hours.
After the Jacobins stormed the Palace of the Tuileries, the Assembly voted to ____
imprison the royal family.
end the hostilities
declare the first official victory against the monarch
In 1792 all men and women of 21 years and above, regardless of wealth, got the right to vote.
The newly elected assembly was called the ________
_______ the Convention abolished the monarchy and declared France a republic.
On 21 September 1792
On 31 September 1792
On 21 August 1792
On 30 September 1792
A Republic is:
a state in which supreme power is held by the people
the people elect their representatives,
has an elected or nominated president rather than a monarch.
Who was King Louis Married to
When was King Louis XVI killed
January 20 1793
February 21 1793
January 21 1793
January 21 1983
6) The rich palace where King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette lived outside of Paris
The Grand Estate
Monarch of France during the French Revolution. He was beheaded and charged with treason for trying to flee France.
King Louis XVI
King Louis XIV