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PBHS French History

commemorating Napoleon's victories Arc de Triomphe
President of France two times, and started the Free French Movement in WWII de Gaille, Charles
He was falsely accused of betraying French Military secrets, and Zola's book J'accuse centers on the mistreatment of him Dreyfus, Alfred
Radical party during the French Revolution led by Robespierre Jacobins
Led French against English during the Hundred Years' War; burned at the stake as a witch Joan of Arc
French King (1610-1643), greatly influenced by chief minister Cardinal Richelieu Louis XIII
"Sun King"; built Versailles palace; "I am the State" Louis XIV
Last King of France Louis XVI
King of France (1830-1848); the revolution of 1848 led to his abdication Louis Phillipe
stabbed to death in his bathtub by Charlotte Corday Marat
French Queen who said,"Let them eat cake" Marie Antoinette
Corsican-born; exiled to Elba; ruled for the Hundred Days before his defeat at Waterloo; exiled to Saint Helena and died in 1821 Napoleon I (Bonaparte)
Head of the Vichy Government Petain, Henri
Govt. of France after German occupation Vichy Government
against King Louis XVI; storming of the Bastille on July 14th 1789 and was the first act of the revolution; King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette were guillotined; reign of terror followed; allowed Napoleon to rise to power and emerge as dictator in 1799 French Revolution
Cardinal Mazarin Louis XIV
Created by: gkarlish