Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Click here for Final Jeopardy French Revolution #1 Reign of Terror Napoleon Congress of Vienna Latin American Revolution 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points What are the estates? Who is in each Estate? The Estates are groups of people within France. 1st Estate- Catholic Clergy 2nd Estate- Nobles (2% of population) 3rd Estate- Peasants, Working Class, Bourgeois What are the three major reasons for Revolution in 1789? 1. A Rise in Enlightenment ideas 2. Economic Issues 3. Weak Leadership Why did Louis XVI call the meeting of the Estates-General? France was facing Bankruptcy so Louis tries to tax the 2nd Estate. An Estates-General is called to discuss the issue. What occurred during the “Storming of the Bastille?” Peasants storm the Bastille because they fear the French Army will kill them. A mob storms the Bastille and kills several soldiers. What differentiates the Moderate phase of the French Revolution to the Radical phase? The Moderate Phase deals with legislative reform, the radical phase was more violent. Who is the Jacobin Club? The Jacobin Club was an organization during the Reign of Terror that promoted violence against enemies of Revolution Who is the major leader during the Reign of Terror? Robespierre Why are people put to death during the Reign of Terror? They are “against” the Revolution, OR Robespierre “thinks” they are against him. Promote fear among the Citizens. What major invention was utilized during the Reign of Terror? Bonus, identify two people killed with this new weapon. Guillotine, Louis XVI, Marie Antionette, Robespierre, etc. etc. What period follows the Radical Phase? How does the Radical phase end? The Radical phase ends with the death of Robespierre. It moves onto the directory, which is rule by moderate thinkers. What is the significance of Napoleon crowning himself “Emperor?” Instead of the “Pope” crowning the Emperor, showing support with the Church, it is Napoleon “taking” power How is the Battle of Trafalgar different from others during the Napoleonic Wars? Napoleon won land battles relatively easily in this time period, but even with alliances he couldn’t succeed here. What are the three major mistakes of Napoleon within his Empire? 1. Continental System/Blockade 2. Peninsular War through Spain 3. Invasion of Russia What is Napoleon’s legacy in France? Promoted Order and Stability. Napoleonic Code How did Napoleon take power in France? Napoleon controlled the army and had the popular support of the people. Who is the major leader during the Congress of Vienna? Where did it take place? Metternich was the major leader, and the meeting took place in Austria. What are the major outcomes of the Congress of Vienna? Europe’s political boundaries are set to 1799. Former leaders are put back into power. Alliance System forms. How would these events eventually lead to World War I? The Alliance System and a rise in Nationalism would lead to WWI What was the original purpose of the Congress of Vienna? To fix everything that Napoleon conquered. Are there any losers during the Congress of Vienna? How do they keep everyone satisfied? France, maybe Everyone got their territory back, and returned to a stable regime. Who is the major leader in the Haitian Revolt? Toussaint L’Ouverture Why do Creole’s begin 90% of the Revolutions in Latin America? They are one step below Peninsulares, and are welleducated in Enlightenment ideas. They also control the military. Who leads the Independence movement in Venezuela? Simon Bolivar Why was it hard to unify the LA states after independence? Independence brings an increase in poverty. A united Latin America would eventually collapse with poverty and upheaval. Identify the four groups and give a brief description of each one. 1. Peninsulares- High class, native born in Europe. Control all high offices in Latin America. 2. Creoles- hold military offices, Europeon; however, they are born in Latin America. 3. Mestizo- A mixture of Indian and European blood. 4. Mulatto- A mixture of African and European blood. Make your wager What are the major phases within the French Revolution from 1789-1800 1. Moderate- A phase with legislative reform, not violent. 2. Radical- Reign of Terror, Robespierre, use of the Guillotine. 3. Conservative- The Directory and Napoleon, stability returns to France.