Did Marie Antoinette's partying and spending lead to the French Revolution? Lucy Worsley explores the Myths that surround this queen and the French Revolution. She explores the Marie Antoinette and her personality and why she was blamed for the suffering of the French people.
Her foreignness and perceived extravagance was blamed for the suffering of the French people. Worsley blows up the story that "let them eat cake" was ascribed to Marie Antoinette. Marie Antoinette tried to fight back against the slander. She explores the real reasons for the French Revolution such as the French debt and the failure of the aristocracy to compromise with the changes that needed to be made in France. She explores the Tennis Court oath and how things started to go wrong for the Royal Family after they attempted to flee.
This is the third episode in the series and at this time is available on YouTube. It had aired on PBS as part of their Royal specials towards the end of the year.
You can use this episode of the series in the classroom when there is a sub in the room. Unless you want to use it as a supplement for a lecture in a history classroom.
You can highlight, copy, and paste the questions into a Word, GoogleDoc or Google Classroom document for use in school or home school. Format it the way you want to. All questions after formatting should fit onto one page.
You can find the link to the YouTube video here.
Royal Myths Marie Antoinette Questions:
Royal Myths Marie Antoinette Answers:
The Royal Archives digitized the papers of King George III and posted them online. George III is often misunderstood and this papers help shed light on the King. I created this assignment to allow students to explore those papers.
Feel free to download and use in your classroom.
Hello and welcome to my portfolio of my non-library work. I am a genealogist and thoroughly enjoy historic research. If I think of a topic, I usually research it out. Over the past decade I also discovered that I have a creative streak that I never knew I had.
My first post I will feature something that I did in High School: a textbook on the Romanovs focusing on the Tsar Nicholas II. I got into the Romanov family watching a documentary on Anna Anderson and researched them out.
It was in 1998 when Russia buried the Last Tsar and members of his family. The story of their murder caught my attention and made me fall in love with history.
Sadly, I did not know that I should cite my sources, however I did get a lot of the material from the Alexander Palace Time Machine and the Livadia website.
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