The French Revolution
From La Bastille and Louis XVI to Robespierre and Madame Guillotine, how much do you know about the French Revolution?
How many prisoners were inside the Bastille prison when it was stormed by revolutionaries?
King Louis XVI was executed on 21 January 1793, but how many charges were brought against him?
The radical militants of the peasant class were called "Les Sans-Culottes", but what does culottes mean?
Which of the following was adopted by the revolutionaries?
What did Marie Antoinette supposedly do to ensure a quick death?
Why were the royal family eventually caught during their escape attempt?
Execution by guillotine was a punishment in France until which date?
Which well known character was one of the seven prisoners in the Bastille on the day it was stormed?
Why did Marie Antoinette apologise before being executed?
How much bread would an adult male peasant eat per day before the revolution?