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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:

Fiscal irresponsibility

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
[Enter description]Napoleon Bonaparte born as Napoleone di Buonaparte to Carlo Maria di Buonaparte and Maria Letizia Ramolino in Corsica on 15 August 1769.
Ajaccio, Corsica

July 4, 1776
[Enter description]The Declaration of Independence is Adopted by the Continental Congress Meeting Announcing the Thirteen Colonies as Independent.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

July 14, 1789
[Enter description]The Storming of The Bastille Prison Holding Seven Inmates Took Place On This Morning. Its Fall Was the Turning Point of the French Revolution.

September 21, 1792
[Enter description]National Convention of France Signed a Proclamation and Announced the Abolition of the French Monarchy.

January 21,1793
[Enter description]The Execution of King Louis XVI by the Guillotine Took Place at Place de la Revolution or Translated as Revolution Square, Formerly Known as Place Louis XV

August 22, 1795
[Enter description] The Constitution of 22 August 1795 which was also known as the Constitution of the Year III, or Commonly Referred to as the Constitution of 5 Fructidor was the National Constitution of France ratified by the National Convention.

November 15–17, 1796
[Enter description]The Battle of Arcole or sometimes known as the Battle of Arcola was fought between French and Austrian forces as part of the French revolutionary wars.
Arcole, Italy

[Enter description]The French invasion of Egypt or known as the French Campaign in Egypt and Syria was Napoleon Bonaparte’s campaign in The Orient to protect French trade interests, undermine Britain’s access to India, and establish scientific enterprise in the region.
Malta, Egypt, and Syria

November 9, 1799
[Enter description]The Eighteenth Brumaire or known as the Coup of 18 Brumaire brought Napoleon Bonaparte, a General as the First Consul of France.

February 9, 1801
[Enter description]The Treaty of Luneville was signed into effect between the French Republic and the Holy Roman Emperor Francis II
Lunéville, France

[Enter description]The Concordat of 1801 was signed on this day between Napoleon and Pope Pius VII and sought to have national reconciliation between revolutionaries and Catholics and determined that the Roman Catholic Church was the majority church of France.
Rome and Paris

March 25, 1802
[Enter description]The Treaty of Aimens was signed on this day to temporarily end hostility between the French Republic and Great Britain enduring the French Revolutionary Wars.
Amiens, France

August 2, 1802
[Enter description]The Fall of the Directory Government and The Rise Of The French Consulate took place on this day, the French Consulate was comprised of three men, one being Napoleon Bonaparte

December 2, 1804
[Enter description]The coronation of Napoleon Bonaparte as the Emperor of the French took place at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.

October 21,1805
[Enter description]The Battle of Trafalgar took place this day as a Naval engagement fought by the Royal Navy against the combined fleets of the French and Spanish Navies, during the War of the Third