Who were denied entry into the Hall in Versailles in 1789 for the assembly of the Estates General?

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Peasants, artisans and women were denied entry during the Assembly of the Estates General in the Hall of Versailles in 1789.

When did women finally win the right to vote in France?

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Women in France finally won the right to vote in 1946.

Name a famous journalist of the newspaper 'L' ami du peuple.'

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Jean Paul the revolutionary was a journalist of the 'L' ami due peuple'.

____ was a famous woman revolutionary in France in 18 century?

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Olympe de Gouges was a famous woman revolutionary during the 18th century.

When did Napoleon crown himself the emperor of France?

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Napoleon crowned himself the emperor of France in 1804.

The unit of currency in France until 1794 was the:

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The livre was the unit of currency in France, which was discontinued in 1794.

____ is the name of the tax paid by the third estate to the state in 18 century French society.

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Taille is the name of the tax paid by the third estate to the state in 18 century French society.

The 'Reign of Terror' in France is the period between ____ .

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The 'Reign of Terror' in France is the period between 1793 and 1794.

When was Napoleon defeated?

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Napoleon was defeated at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815.

When did the the trianglar slave trade begin?

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The trianglar slave trade began in the 17th century.

'Emancipation' means the act of:

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'Emancipation' means the act of freeing.

When did France become a constitutional monarchy?

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France became a constitutional monarchy in 1791.

Who wrote the pamphlet, 'What is the Third Estate'?

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Abbe Sieyes, originally a priest, wrote the pamphlet "What is the Third Estate"?

Slavery was abolished in the French colonies in:

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Slavery was abolished in the French colonies in 1848.

In 1794, ____ the dominant leader of Jacobins, was convicted in France by a court, arrested and sent to the guillotine.

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In 1794, Maximilian Robespierre the dominant leader of Jacobins, was convicted in France by a court, arrested and sent to the guillotine.

The French constitution of 1791 reduced women to ______ citizens.

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The French constitution of 1791 reduced women to passive citizens.

Which of these countries became a democracy the earliest?

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France was the first country in the world to become a democracy.

The French National anthem composed by the poet____ in 1792.

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The French National anthem was composed by the poet Roget de L'Isle in 1792. It is called La Marseillaise.

Which important law came into effect soon after the Storming of the Bastille in France?

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The censorship law came into effect in France soon after the Storming of the Bastille.

During Robespierre's rule in France, all French men and women were called as ____ instead of the traditional Monseiur and Madame.

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During Robespierre's rule in France, all French men and women were called as Citoyen and Citoyenne instead of the traditional Monsieur and Madame.

The Marseillaise is now the national anthem of ____.

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The Marseillaise is now the national anthem of France.

Which of these were not introduced in France by Napoleon?

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Under Napoleon, no suffrage was guaranteed in France.

France was declared a republic in:

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France was declared a republic in 1792.

When was Louis XVI executed?

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Louis XVI was executed on March 21, 1793.

The French ______ in 1791 began with the declaration of the 'Rights of Man and Citizen.'

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The French constitution in 1791 began with the declaration of the 'Rights of Man and Citizen'.

Who re-introduced slavery in France?

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Napolean re-introduced slavery in France.

French merchants bought slaves from local chieftains from Africa and sold them to the:

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French merchants bought slaves from local chieftains from Africa and sold them to the Plantation owners.

When did Louis XVI ascend the throne of France?

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Louis XVI ascended the throne of France in 1774. He belonged to the Bourbon dynasty.

After long debates about whether the rights of man were to be extended to all French subjects or not the ____ in 1794 legislated to free all slaves .

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After long debates about whether the rights of man were to be extended to all French subjects or not the National Assembly in 1794 legislated to free all slaves .

During the Jacobin regime the triangular slave trade in the French colonies was between:

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During the Jacobin regime the triangular slave trade in the French colonies was between Europe, Africa and America.

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