Heinemann Advanced History: France in Revolution 1776-1830 (Heinemann Advanced History)

Heinemann Advanced History: France in Revolution 1776-1830 (Heinemann Advanced History)

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Containing sample exam questions at both AS and A2 levels, this text aims to show students what makes a good answer and why it scores high marks. It should help students grasp the difference between a GCSE and an A-level mark in history.

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AS SECTION: THE FRENCH REVOLUTION 1774-99Introduction1 What were the origins of the French Revolution, 1774-88?2 What financial and political problems did Louis XVI face, 1776-89?3 What led to the outbreak of revolution in 1789?4 How did the revolution develop, 1789-90?5 Why did France become a republic in 1792?6 What effect did the war and the Terror have on France, 1793-4?7 What problems did the Directory face, 1795-9?AS Assessment: The French RevolutionAS SECTION: NAPOLEONIC AND BOURBON FRANCE 1799-1830Introduction8 How did Napoleon come to power in France, 1796-1804?9 What changes did Napoleon make in France, 1804-15?10 How did the Napoleonic Empire in Europe develop, 1804-11?11 What challenges did Napoleon face, 1808-15?12 Why was the Bourbon monarchy established in 1815 and overthrown in 1830?AS Assessment: Napoleonic and Bourbon FranceA2 SECTION: REVOLUTIONARY, NAPOLEONIC AND BOURBON FRANCEIntroduction1 Why did revolution break out in France in 1789?2 How significant was the part played by crowd action and the Sans Culottes in the development of the revolution?3 To what extent did the war affect the course of the revolution?4 Did Napoleon develop or destroy the revolution?5 How can Napoleon's military successes be explained?6 Why did the restoration of the Bourbons (1814) end in revolution (1830)?A2 Assessment: Revolutionary, Napoleonic and Bourbon FranceBibliographyIndex

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  • publication date: 17/07/2002
  • ISBN13: 9780435327323
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 224
  • ID: 9780435327323
  • weight: 402
  • ISBN10: 0435327321

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