French Revolution Worksheet - Class 9th History

French Revolution Worksheet - Class 9th History

1. Crossword puzzle

Across
3. Who formed the National Assembly in France in 1789?
4. In which book did Rousseau mention the idea of one person, one vote?
 6. To which density did Louis XVI belong?
Down
 1.  To whom was the tax called Tithes payable by the peasants in the eighteenth century France?
 2. Name the social reformer of India who responded to the ideas of revolutionary France.
 5. On what charges was Louis XVI of France sentenced to death?



2. Word search

1. A large French country house or stately residence belonging to a king or a nobleman.
Answer-
2. To whom was the tax called Tithes payable by the peasants in the eighteenth century France?
Answer-
3. Building belonging to a community devoted to a religious life.
Answer-
4. What does the Red Cap worn by Sans-Culottes in France symbolize?
Answer- .
5. Who wrote the book ‘The Social Contract’?
Answer-
6. Who had refuted the doctrine of the divine and absolute rights of the Monarch?
Answer-

3. Fill in the blanks

1. In ___________Locke sought to refute the doctrine of the divine and absolute right of the Monarch.

2. The third estate assembled in an indoor tennis court of Versailles and declared themselves as the ___________.

3. ____________was a fortress in Paris that was used as a state prison by the kings of France.

4. ___________ was the group of persons vested with special functions in the church.

5. _______________ was the social class that came to own the means of production during modern industrialization and was primarily concerned with property values.

6. _________________ was a large French country house or stately residence belonging to a king or a nobleman.

4. True and False

1. Louis XVI ascended the throne in the year 12th May, 1774.

2. The slave trade began in the seventeenth century.

3. Louis XVI was sentenced to death by a court on the charge of voting.

4. The action of betraying one’s country or a government is known as Treason.

5. In 1804, Napoleon Bonaparte crowned himself Emperor of France.

6. The ideas of liberty and democratic rights were the most important
legacy of the French Revolution.

Answers

1. Crossword Puzzle

Across
3. Third Estate
4. Social Contract
6. Bourbon Dynasty

Down
1. Church
2. Raja Ram Mohan Roy
5. Treason


2. Word Search

1. Chateau
2. Church
3. Convent
4. Liberty
5. Rousseau
6. Locke


3. Fill in the Blanks

1. Two Treaties of Government
2. National Assembly
3. Bastille
4. Clergy
5. Bourgeoisie class
6. Chateau

4. True and False

1. False
Explanation- On 10th May, 1774 Louis XVI ascended the throne.
2. True
3. False
Explanation-Louis XVI was sentenced to death by a court on the charge of treason. On 21st January 1793, he was executed publicly at the Place de la Concorde.
4. True
5. True
6. True

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