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This activity contains 25 questions.

Question 1.
Constitutional monarchists and their sympathizers won a majority in the Directory during the spring 1797 elections.

   
 
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Question 2.
In thanks for his assistance to the regime in the Thermidorian Reaction, Napoleon was given a commission in

 
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The decided to reform, after it was invaded by French troops under Napoleon who were only driven out by the British. 
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Question 4.
By 1799, leading elements of the Third Estate and the peasantry were satisfied with the changes brought by the revolution.

   
 
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In 1801, Napoleon concluded a with Pope Pius VII that formalized state control over the clergy. 
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Question 6.
Under the Civil Code of 1804, fathers had extensive control over their families.

   
 
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Question 7.
Napoleon insisted on placing the imperial crown on his own head due to his rising unpopularity among war-weary French people.

   
 
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Question 8.
The 1802 Peace of Amiens resolved the issues between France and Great Britain for the remainder of the Napoleonic era.

   
 
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Question 9.
In July 1806, Napoleon organized the

 
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Question 10.
Although Napoleon limited the size of the Prussian army to 42,000 men, Prussia used rapid rotations into the reserves to build up a well-trained army of 270,000 by 1814.

   
 
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Soon after the allied army marched into Paris, Napoleon abdicated and went into exile on the island of , off the coast of northern Italy. 
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Question 12.
The Quadruple Alliance consisted of

 
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The chief aims of the Congress of were to prevent a recurrence of the Napoleonic nightmare and to arrange an acceptable settlement for Europe that might produce lasting peace. 
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Napoleon was finally and permanently defeated at in Belgium in June, 1815. 
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The movement known as , in its various manifestations, was a reaction against much of the thought of the Enlightenment. 
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Question 16.
Many romantics favored a revival of Christianity.

   
 
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Question 17.
Romantics were interested in, among other things

 
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Sturm and Drang was a dramatic German movement that contributed to the development of romanticism. 
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Question 19.
In Emile, Rousseau urged the importance of the strict upbringing of children, so that they might later flourish as adults.

   
 
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Question 20.
Aside from Goethe, few Germans participated in the romantic literary movement.

   
 
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The English romantic poet , author of "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner," described poetry in terms of infinite creativity. 
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Question 22.
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Goethe was the genius of German romantic writers, and his masterpiece, written in two parts, is .  
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Question 23.
Methodism generally stressed the imperfectability of the Christian life.

   
 
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Question 24.
Fichte and other German philosophers were instrumental in justifying Napoleon's glorification.

   
 
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The most important philosopher of history in the romantic period — and one of the most important philosophers ever — was the German, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
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