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48 Cards in this Set

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Tennis Court Oath
third estate wrote constitution for france
Scorched earth policy
burn everything
Napolean's legacy
freedom of equality of the people
Republics significance
proved lighten ideas worked
Napoleonic Code
laws set up by Napoleon
Federal System
Political power shared between federal state government
Napolean's defeat
was at waterloo
English Civil War
fought to put limits on monarch
French Expansion
French invald other countries to overthrow their kings
Puritans and Parliament
fought together to give parlliment power
Constitution of 1791
set up unicameral limiting monarch power
Paris
Capital of France
The Directory
5 man ruling group after French Revolution
Oliver Cromwell
leader of England
The Consualte
3 man executive branch ruled by Napoleon
Versailles
Place where king palace is
Declaration of Rights
French Constitution
Estates
first-Clergy
second- noble
third- bourgeise
Roundheads
English leaders rule of Pariliment
Waterloo
Napoleon defeat (City in Europe)
Commonwealth
State ruled by selected representatives
Cabinet
group of advisors
Petition of Right
Limit power of monarch
Boycott
refusal to buy goods
Divine Right
God given rights
dictatorship
one person in power
Cavaliers
King's Cavalry
George Grenville
Prime Minister of England during American Revolution
Puritans
Pariliment army
Trafalgar
naval battle between france and england england won
George III
king of England (American Revolution)
Moscow
Napoleon rated
Habeas Corpus
Whig proposed bill
nationalism
having pride in their country
conscription
draft to military services
Confederation
loose union of states
tithe
10% tax on income in church
Napoleon Bohaparte
great french ruler
Sir Robert Walpole
first Prime Minister of England
unicameral legislature
one house of government
Constitutional Monarchy
form of government monarch powers and limit king
Marie Antionette
Louis XVI wife
Bastille
Prison
two events that led the colonist to revolt
taxes tighten control
Louis XVI
king during French Revolution
bourgeoisie
middle class
Prime Minister
Chief executive of Parliment
coup d etat
overthrow of the government