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Ninth Grade History Exam
A: Use the source book provided to answer the following questions. Remember to use the correct source.
a) What does source A tell us about the lives of peasants in France in the 1780's?
b) Who are the characters in the cartoon supposed to be?
c) What is source B trying to tell us about life in 18th century France ?
d) What further information does source C tell us about the times and the peasants way of life ?
e) Why are the there so few written sources ?
f) What can we learn about an aristocrats way of life from looking at sources D and E ?
g) Why do we need to be careful when using source E ?
a) What other causes were there for the French Revolution taking place ? Remember to divide between long term and short term causes.
b) Which cause do you believe to be the most important ? Say why.
a) Who were these statements written by ?
b) How are these statements different from each other ?
b) What was the Terror ?
c) Explain how the French Revolution resulted in the Terror.
a) Who are the characters in the cartoon ?
b) What is the artist suggesting ?
c) Was the main character in source A responsible for the Russian Revolution ?
c) What were the other main causes for the Russian Revolution of March 1917 taking place ? Use the sources to help you.
e) Why did a second Revolution take place in November 1917 ?
a) Who were the Whites and the Reds ?
b) Why were these two groups fighting ?
c) What was the eventual result of this fighting ?
d) What were the consequences of this fighting ?
a) What was War Communism ?
b) What was this system replaced by ? Give full details.
c) Joseph Stalin: i) "The saviour of his country." ii) "The greatest murderer of all time."
Which of these statements do you agree with ? Explain fully why.
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