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Revolutions 5/28/13 http://mrmilewski.com. OBJECTIVE: Examine “Faith in Numbers ”. MCSS WH-6.1.1 I. Administrative Stuff -Attendance II. CONNECTIONS -questions on episode#4 “Faith in Numbers” III. Homework Due Monday 6/3/13 1.) Read Chapter#19 section#3 p.490-494

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Revolutions 5 28 13 http mrmilewski com
Revolutions 5/28/13http://mrmilewski.com

  • OBJECTIVE: Examine “Faith in Numbers”. MCSS WH-6.1.1

  • I. Administrative Stuff

    -Attendance

  • II. CONNECTIONS

    -questions on episode#4 “Faith in Numbers”

  • III. Homework Due Monday 6/3/13

    1.) Read Chapter#19 section#3 p.490-494

    -Answer questions (1-7)* p.494

    2.) Read Chapter#19 section#4 p. 494-498

    -Answer questions (1-7)* p.498

    3.) Read Chapter#19 section#5 p.498-503

    -Answer questions (1-6)* p.503

    4.) Chapter#19 Review

    *Pick 4 questions of your choice

  • NOTICE: Chapter#19 Test Monday 6/3/13


Revolutions 5 29 13 http mrmilewski com
Revolutions 5/29/13http://mrmilewski.com

  • OBJECTIVE: Examine the fall of Napoleon. MCSS WH-6.1.1

  • I. Journal#25pt.A

    -Examine the map on p.499

    -Answer the caption question on p.499

  • II. Journal#25pt.B

    -notes on the fall of Napoleon

  • III. Homework Due Monday 6/3/13

    1.) Read Chapter#19 section#3 p.490-494

    -Answer questions (1-7)* p.494

    2.) Read Chapter#19 section#4 p. 494-498

    -Answer questions (1-7)* p.498

    3.) Read Chapter#19 section#5 p.498-503

    -Answer questions (1-6)* p.503

    4.) Chapter#19 Review

    *Pick 4 questions of your choice

  • NOTICE: Chapter#19 Test Monday 6/3/13


France v britain
France v. Britain

  • The French navy in route to invade Britain was destroyed at the Battle of Trafalgar off the coast of Spain in 1804.

  • With invasion out of the question, Napoleon tried to stop Britain by attacking it’s source of wealth, commerce.

  • Napoleon closed European ports to British goods.

  • Britain responded by blockading European ports.

  • The restriction on trade caused shortages of goods and sent prices up.

  • With money to be made, European merchants ignored Napoleon’s decree to not trade with Britain, that they turned to smuggling.

http://www.britishbattles.com/waterloo/images/trafalgar/battle-of-trafalgar.jpg


Nationalism
Nationalism

  • As French armies marched across Europe they brought with them enlightenment ideas and supported governments that eliminated nobility & other titles.

  • Serfdom ended and so did manor dues.

  • The Napoleonic Code was spread and barriers to industry and trade fell causing economic growth.

  • Nationalism helped the French armies feel pride, but this idea of nationalism was also spread to the nations they conquered.

http://www.beyondbooks.com/eur12/images/00012886.jpg


Spain
Spain

  • In 1808, Napoleon replaced the King of Spain with his brother Joe.

  • Napoleon also introduced reforms to undermine the power of the Catholic Church.

  • Spaniards remained loyal to their former king & the Catholic Church.

  • The brutal repression of the French forces fueled the fire of Spanish Nationalism.

  • By using guerrilla warfare, Spanish patriots kept a large number of French forces in Spain meaning that Napoleon had fewer soldiers to use elsewhere.

  • Later, the British sent forces to assist the Spanish with fighting the French.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/14/Joseph-Bonaparte.jpg


Russia
Russia

  • In 1812, Napoleon invaded Russia.

  • His Grand Army had 600,000 men.

  • To avoid fighting the French, the Russians retreated East and destroyed everything along the way(crops & villages)

  • This left the French with no supplies to capture.

  • Napoleon entered Moscow in September, but by October he knew he couldn’t feed his army and turned for home.

http://www.directart.co.uk/mall/images/dhm132.jpg


Napoleon s retreat
Napoleon’s Retreat

  • The retreat from Moscow to France was 1000 miles.

  • Only about 100,000 survived the retreat.

  • Starvation and winter killed 500,000 men.

  • Napoleon rushed back to Paris, but his reputation was destroyed.

  • Russia aligned with Britain, Austria, and Prussia against the weakened French.

http://content.answers.com/main/content/wp/en/thumb/9/95/350px-Napoleons_retreat_from_moscow.jpg


Battle of nations at leipzig
Battle of Nations at Leipzig

  • Russia, Austria, Britain, and Prussia defeated Napoleon at the Battle of Nations at Leipzig in 1813.

  • In 1814, the alliance moved into France.

  • Napoleon gave up his throne.

  • He was exiled to the island of Elba.

  • Louis XVI’s brother was recognized as the king and placed on the throne as King Louis XVIII

http://web2.airmail.net/napoleon/Leipzig_map_battle.gif


Waterloo
Waterloo

  • In 1814, Napoleon’s Army was defeated at Waterloo

  • His enemies placed the brother of Louis XVI on the throne as Louis XVIII.

  • The result of Napoleon’s war lead to the rise of nationalism in Europe & set the stage for the Great War (World War I)

  • Napoleon dies in 1821

http://www.odisea.ucv.cl/download/recopilacion%20imagenes/Historia%20Universal/Revolucion%20F

rancesa/Derrota%20francesa%20en%20Waterloo.JPG


Congress of vienna
Congress of Vienna

http://www.uncp.edu/home/rwb/congress_vienna.jpg


Europe after the congress
Europe after the Congress

  • The decisions made by the congress kept Europe at peace for 100 years, but it did set the stage for a much larger conflict WWI.

  • The reason for this new conflict, nationalism.

http://www.rootsweb.com/~wggerman/map/images/europe1815.jpg


Northern europe
Northern Europe

http://astro.temple.edu/~barbday/Europe66/resources/images/Congress%20of%20Vienna1815%20copy.jpg


Revolutions 5 30 13 http mrmilewski com
Revolutions 5/30/13http://mrmilewski.com

  • OBJECTIVE: Examine “The French Revolution”. MCSS WH-6.1.1

  • I. Administrative Stuff

    -Attendance

  • II. The French Revolution Day#1

    -questions on the history of the French Revolution

  • III. Homework Due Monday 6/3/13

    1.) Read Chapter#19 section#3 p.490-494

    -Answer questions (1-7)* p.494

    2.) Read Chapter#19 section#4 p. 494-498

    -Answer questions (1-7)* p.498

    3.) Read Chapter#19 section#5 p.498-503

    -Answer questions (1-6)* p.503

    4.) Chapter#19 Review

    *Pick 4 questions of your choice

  • NOTICE: Chapter#19 Test Monday June 3rd


Revolutions 5 31 13 http mrmilewski com
Revolutions 5/31/13http://mrmilewski.com

  • OBJECTIVE: Examine “The French Revolution”. MCSS WH-6.1.1

  • I. Administrative Stuff

    -Attendance

  • II. The French Revolution Day#2

    -questions on the history of the French Revolution

  • III. Homework Due Monday 6/3/13

    1.) Read Chapter#19 section#3 p.490-494

    -Answer questions (1-7)* p.494

    2.) Read Chapter#19 section#4 p. 494-498

    -Answer questions (1-7)* p.498

    3.) Read Chapter#19 section#5 p.498-503

    -Answer questions (1-6)* p.503

    4.) Chapter#19 Review

    *Pick 4 questions of your choice

  • NOTICE: Chapter#19 Test Monday June 3rd


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