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The Civil Code preserved...
a) the equality of all citizens before the law. b) fruit and veggies. Heck, they were hungry and needed to preserve food! c) liberty. d) military leadership.
What was the significance of Napoleon's Civil Code?
a) It was a single law code for the entire nation, replacing 300 legal systems. b) It gave special rights to people who were short. c) It allowed people to get a divorce. d) It followed the ideas about liberty and justice set forth by the Enlightenment Period.
Napoleon destroyed liberty in that he...
a) shut down most of Franc'e newspapers and had the goernment police open people's mail. b) tried to spead the principles of the French Revolution. c) made everyone listen to Beethoven. d) believed in religious toleration and economic freedom.
After a short break from war, Napoleon and France defeated the Austrian Prussian, and _____ armies.
a) Russian b) British c) American d) Canadian
Napoleon's Grand Empire was composed of three major parts:
a) The French Empire, dependent states, and allied states. b) The French Empire, dependent states, and the United Kingdom. c) The French Empire, the United Kingdom, and allied states. d) The dependent states, allied states, and the Austrian Empire.
The Dependent states were kingdoms under the rule of...
a) Napoleon's relatives. b) military leaders. c) Blake Shelton. Why not? He's taller than Napoleon. d) senators from France.
The spread of the french revolutionary priciples was an important factor in the development of...
a) liberal traditions in new areas. b) specific military tactics. c) the Civil Code. d) the Bill of Rights.
What was the Continental System Napoleon unsuccessfully used to try and destroy Britain's ability to wage war?
a) To stop British goods from reaching the European continent to be sold, weakening Britain's economy. b) To serve a light breakfast before a battle to British officers that contained poison. c) To invade Russia. d) Kill thier king when he visited the European Continent.
The beginning of Napoleon's downfall came with his invasion of...
a) Russia. b) Spain. c) Britian. d) Germany.
After military disaster, Napoleon was captured in 1814 and sent to...
a) Elba, then returned to France to later be defeated at Waterloo and then sent to St. Helena where he died in exile. b) Louisiana, then returned to france to later be defeated at Waterloo and then sent to St. Helena where he died in exile. c) Eva, then returned to France to later be defeated at Waterloo and then sent to St. Henena where he died in exile. d) Minsk, then returned to france to later be defeated at Waterloo and then sent to St. Helena where he died in exile.
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