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After abdicating his throne, Napoleon was exiled to the island of Elba.
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Updated 4/27/2015 5:40:12 PM
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After abdicating his throne, Napoleon was exiled to the island of Elba. TRUE.

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In order to deprive Napoleon’s invading army access to food and shelter, the Russian army carried out a military tactic called _______________, in which they burned their own countryside.
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In order to deprive Napoleon’s invading army access to food and shelter, the Russian army carried out a military tactic called SCORCHED EARTH, in which they burned their own countryside.
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The main goal of the Congress of Vienna was to draft a constitution for France.
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The main goal of the Congress of Vienna was to draft a constitution for France.
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The main goal of the Congress of Vienna was to redefine the national boundaries of the countries of Europe after the defeat of Napoleon.
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Napoleon’s reign finally ended when his army was soundly defeated at __________________.
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Napoleon’s reign finally ended when his army was soundly defeated in Waterloo.
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Describe the social and economic problems in France that led to revolts in 1830 and 1848.
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Updated 12/5/2013 2:07:39 PM
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In 1830, middle-class citizens resented the privileges of the French aristocracy and wanted the government to extend suffrage. Working-class people demanded decent pay. Louis Philippe’s policies favored the middle class over the workers. An economic slump in the 1840s caused additional unrest, and workers rioted against the upper- and middle-class interests that controlled the government.
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