HIEU 425 Quiz 8

HIEU 425 Quiz 8 Liberty University

  1. The famous Russian retreat before Napoleon’s invasion weakened the Grand Army by forcing him to drop of units to guard his supply and communication lines.
  2. As the years passed, Napoleon retained the ability to adapt to changing situations and maintained a strong grasp on reality.
  3. The English liberal political scientist John Stuart Mill firmly supported the democratic aspects of the French Revolution.
  4. Upon his restoration to his brother’s throne, Louis XVIII attempted to restore the old absolute monarchy.
  5. In his later years, Napoleon’s strategic errors included:
  6. How did the nineteenth-century French political analyst Alexis de Tocqueville view the French Revolution?
  7. The selection, “A Popular English Broadside” (1821), celebrated Napoleon’s death in exile, removing him as a threat to England forever.
  8. The British army under the Duke of Wellington defeated Napoleon at Waterloo single- handedly.
  9. The march of the Grand Army through the Russian summer encountered few difficulties with weather and provisions.
  10. Which was the main result of the Battle of Leipzig in October 1813?
  11. In preparing to invade Russia, Napoleon:
  12. In “The Russian Campaign as Seen by an Ordinary Soldier,” Sergeant Bourgogne described:
  13. Over the years, historians views of the French Revolution have remained relatively unchanged.
  14. In order to achieve both legitimacy and an heir, Napoleon married:
  15. All of the following was true of Napoleon’s situation in early 1813 after the Russian disaster EXCEPT:
  16. How did Thomas Jefferson view the French Revolution is his letter from 1793?
  17. In Chapter 9 of Popkin’s book, evaluating the Revolution’s legacy, which of the following was NOT part of the postrevolutionary settlement?
  18. Results of the Napoleon’s invasion of Russia included all of the following EXCEPT:
  19. However one views the French Revolution and Napoleon, the period was undoubtedly a turning point in Western history and left a complex legacy.
  20. At the Battle of Waterloo, Napoleon was in superb physical and mental condition and conducted the battle brilliantly, only losing to vastly superior numbers.
  21. During Hundred Days, Napoleon’s strategy against coming Allied offensive was:
  22. In the 1813 campaign, Napoleon insisted on taking the offensive, despite having inferior numbers.
  23. Napoleon’s self-created legend included all of the following EXCEPT:
  24. Which of the following changes wrought by the Revolution remained despite the restoration of the Bourbons?
  25. As Napoleon prepared to defend France in 1814, there was little enthusiasm in the country for continuing the war.
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