A promise to destroy all of the nation’s tennis bracelets.
A vow to continue to meet until they had produced a French constitution
A promise not to rest until all members of the clergy were tried and executed.
An oath of loyalty to Jean Valjean, an outspoken lawyer that called for doing away with the relics of feudalism.
Ordered the building of several new libraries and universities, even though the treasury was empty.
Pursued a policy of dechristianization, going so far as to adopt a new calendar.
Declared new national holidays celebrating great French cuisine.
Drafted yet another Constitution to reflect the ideas of the Enlightenment
The superior British navy
A combined French and Swiss army
The bitter Russian winter.
The Duke of Wellington.
Based on height.
Given to those Napoleon favored, but taken away as soon as they fell out of favor
Based on ability only, not rank or birth.
Designed to benefit the nobility and keep the middle class from obtaining high-ranking positions.
Retreating hundreds of miles and burning their own villages and countryside
Waiting to attack during the brutal Russian winter
Splitting their meager forces in half and attacking from two sides
Making an alliance with Egypt, which launched an attack on Turkey to draw Napoleon out of Russia
The Roman Catholic Church increased its power and wealth
The revolution had little impact outside France
The French middle class gained more power
the revolution achieved its goal of establishing peace, democracy, and justice for all
Provide stability for the nation
Adopt the ideas of the Protestant Reformation
Restore Louis XVI to power
End British control of France
Drain all the canals.
Defend France from threats.
Protect the Paris Commune from thieves.
Restore order to Brussels.
French support for the American Revolution.
Lavish spending by Louis XV.
Unwillingness of the nobility and clergy to pay taxes.
Cost-cutting measures of Louis XVI.
A smaller tax burden than the other estates.
A voice in government equal to that of the First and Second Estates.
Greater political influence than the clergy.
A high tax burden and little political power.
The creation of a French-British alliance.
Czar Alexander's decision to resume trade with England.
The Russian scorched-earth policy.
The defeat of the French fleet at Trafalgar.