HIEU 425 Quiz 6

HIEU 425 Quiz 6 Liberty University

  1. The term guerrilla (Spanish for “little war”) comes from the uprising of the Spanish people.
  2. Napoleon’s most favored tactic in a set-piece battle was:
  3. Which of the following is true of Napoleon as a military commander?
  4. The kidnapping and execution of the Duke of Enghien inspired many Frenchmen to rally to Napoleon’s cause .
  5. The Spanish guerrillas, with the support of British forces under General Arthur Wellesley (the future Duke of Wellington), bled Napoleon’s army and empire white, hence the phrase, the “Spanish Ulcer.”
  6. What was important about the battle of Trafalgar?
  7. The Battle of Aspern-Essling in 1809 was Napoleon’s first major battlefield defeat.
  8. To enforce the Continental system, Napoleon believed he had to take which of the following measures?
  9. The collapse of the peace between Britain and France was due to:
  10. What was the outcome of the Battle of Austerlitz?
  11. At the battles of Jena and Auerstadt in 1806, the Prussians fought Napoleon’s Grand Army to a bloody standstill.
  12. Why did Napoleon intervene in Spain?
  13. The Austrian campaign of 1809 consisted of an offensive into Italy, the scene of Napoleon’s first victories.
  14. Throughout Napoleonic Wars, most of Europe’s middle-class supported Napoleon in spite of conscription and the Continental System.
  15. Napoleon’s basic principles of warfare included which of the following?
  16. Living off the land always gave the French armies the ability to move quickly and outflank their opponents.
  17. The army Napoleon led in 1805-1807 was:
  18. All of the following were true of Napoleon making himself emperor EXCEPT:
  19. In order to maintain some appearance of the Republic, the ceremony in Napoleon was crowned emperor was a simple affair.
  20. The Treaty of Schoenbrunn ended the 1809 campaign on terms favorable to Austria.
  21. Napoleon’s favorite strategies were that of the “central position” (maneuvering his army between enemy forces) and the “indirect approach” (flanking operations).
  22. What event in Spain triggered the uprising against the French occupation?
  23. What was the Dos de Mayo?
  24. What was the outcome of the Battle of Wagram?
  25. The Treaty of Tilsit saw Napoleon and Tsar Alexander I of Russia enter into an alliance.
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