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THE FRENCH REVOLUTION Word Search

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OLD REGIME
NAPOLEON
AUSTRIA
FRANCE
BASTILLE
ESTATES GENERAL
COMMONERS
NOBILITY
CLERGY
REIGN OF TERROR
NATIONAL ASSEMBLY
MARIE ANTOINETTE
LOUIS XVI
ROBESPIERRE
GUILLOTINE

French Revolution Word Search

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Guillotine
Georges Danton
Maximilien Robespierre
Austria
Clergy
Third Estate
Second Estate
First Estate
Diderot
France
Paris
Palace of Versailles
Marie Louise
Josephine de Beauha
Napoleon Bonaparte
Louis xvi
Montesquieu
Rousseau
Voltaire
Marie Antoinette
Tennis Court Oath

French Revolution Crossword

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the king during the French Revoultion King Louis XVI
King Louis XVI wife Marie Antoinette
The prison that a mob stormed into Bastille
The weapon that beheaded citizens guillotine
the third estates meeting the tennis court oath
the third estate wanted something new constitution
the time period after the kings death when many people died the reign of terror
Called for many people to die at the guillotine robespierre
Greatest millitary leader of France Napoleon
Created the declaration of rights of man and citizen national assembly
upper class people of France that were not royalty nobles
The lower class people in France before the revolution peasants

The French Revolution Word Search

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Robespierre
Bastille
Chergy
Nobility
Peasantry
Napoleon
French Revolution
Reign Of Terror
Treason
Execution
Louis XVI
Marie Antoinette
Guillotine

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION Crossword

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LEADER OF THE COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC SAFETY ROBESPIERRE
PRISON IN FRANCE BASTILLE
SITE OF NAPOLEANS DEFEAT WHICH ENDED HIS LAST BID OF WAR WATERLOO
PEOPLE OF FIRST ESTATE CLERGY
"EVERYONE ELSE" THIRD ESTATE COMMONERS
MACHINE WHICH BEHEADED PEOPLE GUILLOTINE
PEOPLE OF SECOND ESTATE NOBILITY
CROWNED HIMSELF EMPORER NAPOLEON
WHERE LOUIS XVI & MARIE ANTOINETTE FLED TO WHEN TRYING TO ESCAPE FRANCE. AUSTRIA
3 LARGE SOCIAL CLASSES IN WHICH THE PEOPLE OF FRANCE WERE DIVIDED INTO ESTATES

French Revolution - Crossword Review

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Three distinct social classes in France during the 1700s: clergy, nobility, and commoners Estate
The new name of the Third Estate that formed a new government and constitution (2 Words) NationalAssembly
Famous Paris political prison stormed by a rioting mob of peasants Bastille
One of three social classes in France consisting of Roman Catholic clergy and made up 1% of the population (2 Words) FirstEstate
A period where an estimated 40,000 people suspected of being traitors and were executed by the guillotine (beheaded) (3 Words) ReignOfTerror
King of France during the revolution (3 Words) KingLouisXVI
This group consisted of the nobility class who paid little taxes (2 Words) SecondEstate
Pledge by the National Assembly to create a new constitution that protected the rights of citizens (3 Words) TennisCourtOath
This group comprised of 97% of France’s population before the revolution and paid 50% income taxes (2 Words) ThirdEstate
A meeting called by the King to find a solution to the country's debt (2 Words) EstatesGeneral
Leader of France during the Reign of Terror (2 Words) MaximilienRobespierre
The name given to the peasant revolt (2 Words) GreatFear

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War
MarieAntionette
Ironmask
Peasants
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Bread
Hunger
Taxes
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France
Louis

Chapter 18 French Revolution world history Crossword

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Old order Old regime
Social classes Estates
Middle class Bourgeoisie
Famous oath made on a tennis court by members of the 3rd estate Tennis court oath
A grim medieval fortress used as a prision Bastille
Dissenting groups of people Factions
An aristocratic "hero of two worlds" (last name) Lafayette
A journalist who demanded equal rights for women (last name) Gouges
Austria born queen Marie Antoinette
Nobles or clergy who fled france Emigres
Pushed revolution in more radical action Sans culottes
Government ruled by elected representative Republic
Mostly middle class lawyers Jacobins
Right to vote Suffrage
The leader of the Committee of Public Safety Robespierre
Conducted hastey trials from 1793-1794 Reign of Terror
A fasting falling blade Guillotine
A military hero who had one against the Austrians in Italy Napoleon
A strong feeling of pride in ones country Nationalism
Troops marched to rousing new song Marseilles

The French Revolution Crossword

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Thousands of women marched on _________ to force Louis XVI to move to Paris Versailles
Castle prison located in Paris Bastille
____________ of 1791 Constitution
Catholic Church _________. The first estate of the social class Clergy
The ______ and final social class; the merchant class (peasants) Third
Invaded France and was stopped at Valmy Prussia
Invaded France and was stopped at Valmy Austria
Another word for liberty and democracy Enlightenment
Wife of King Louie XVI Antoinette
Second estate; held all government offices, paid no taxes Nobles

World History Chapter 23 Crossword

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Estate made up of rich nobles, who owned 20% of the land, and didn't have to pay taxes. Second
The government in pre revolution France Ancien Regime
The middle class Bourgeoisie
King of France form 1774 to 1792; executed in 1793 Louis XVI
The legislative body consisting of representative of the three estates Estates-General
When a government spends more money than takes it Deficit spending
Social class Estate
Made up of 98% of the people, peasant farmers, and urban lower class citizens Third Estate
The privilege estate, made up of catholic church and clergy First Estate
Fortress in Paris used as a prison; French Revolution began when Parisians stormed and destroyed it Bastille
Oath taken by the members of the National Assembly to meet wherever the circumstances might require until they had created a constitution Tennis Court Oath
Dissenting groups of people Factions
A journalist who believed that the Declaration of the Rights of Man should grant equal citizenship to women Olympe de Gouges
Queen of France, Louis XVI's wife Marie Antoinette
Working class men and women who made the French Revolution more radical Sans-Culottes
A person who flees his or her country for political reasons Émigré
A phase with a lot of violence which ended monarchy Reign of Terror
The right to vote Suffrage
A bladed execution device used during the French Revolution Guillotine
Popular military hero who became ruler of France Napoleon
Leader of the Committee of Public Safety; chief architect of the Reign of Terror Robespierre
The code of laws created under Napoleon that embodied enlightenment ideas Napoleonic Code
A meeting of heads of State within Europe after Waterloo to restore stability and order in Europe Congress of Vienna