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The Battle of Waterloo Primary Source Analysis

The Battle of Waterloo Primary Source Analysis
The Battle of Waterloo Primary Source Analysis
The Battle of Waterloo Primary Source Analysis
The Battle of Waterloo Primary Source Analysis
The Battle of Waterloo Primary Source Analysis
The Battle of Waterloo Primary Source Analysis
The Battle of Waterloo Primary Source Analysis
The Battle of Waterloo Primary Source Analysis
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Students read an account of Napoleon's exile to Elba, his return to France, and the Battle of Waterloo. They answer 10 questions of varying degrees of difficulty,the answers to which are included where appropriate. This would be great for a sub!

Sample questions include:
--What does abdicate mean?
--Discuss the circumstances leading to the two sides agreeing to postpone the June 18th battle, then create the subsequent theoretical conversation.
--Describe what you thought Napoleon's mindset would have been while traveling to Elba. How might he have reflected on his rise to power, what he wanted his legacy to be, and what it appeared his legacy would become?
--How is a battle like this both similar and different from battles today?

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4 pages
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