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    Napoleon Bonaparte was a rebellious tyrant who caused a lot of trouble for the continent of Europe. Unbeknownst to European countries, he formed alliances with them, then attacked them while they were weak . While Napoleon may have failed in many of these attempts, he still killed the people and looted their supplies, leaving the grieving families to starve and perish of hunger. Napoleon was a narcissistic and self-indulging man who crowned himself emperor of France, which led him to rise over his people who thought him a savior. When he did this, Napoleon believed he had all the power in the world, and essentially tried to take over the world, starting with Europe. Before becoming emperor, he even sold territory to the newly formed United…

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    Throughout history, Napoleon Bonaparte has been well known for his transition from a young boy in Corsica to a flourishing leader in the French Revolution. He was a man who conquered vast amounts of lands. He improved lives for the french, yet there came a point in time when his conquering was not welcomed. He came from a tough uprising. Napoleon was a dedicated military leader who saved the french from Maximilien Robespierre. Napoleon Bonaparte born to Carlo and Letizia Bonaparte in Ajaccio,…

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    Have you ever wanted to rise to power into the role of a leader of the country? If you have, you might have that unique personality that Napoleon Bonaparte had. He got lucky and worked his way up through the ranks, He used a lot of military tactics, and overall, he was a hero. Viewed as both good and bad, Napoleon Bonaparte was a very powerful leader using a mix of skill, luck and a wide variety of military tactics to get to his position of power. Napoleon Bonaparte used a wide variety of…

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    Who Is Napoleon Bonaparte

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    NAPOLEON BONAPART Once in a battle Napoleon said “When I see a empty throne I feel a urge to sit on it”. Napoleon Bonaparte, a French ruler tried to take over the world and rule it. His childhood, years as a general and his years as a emperor made him a strong ruler. (Vernon, 12-13) The childhood of Napoleon prepared him for war. Napoleon was born August 15 ,1769 on the island of Corsica and his father practiced law. His family belonged to nobility. The military school he went to was in…

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    Throughout centuries, history has presented to life a plethora of individuals who would then impact the world by means of various arduous missions and accomplishments. While certain people are extolled for their grandiloquent changes to society, others may become infamous for imperiling humankind. However, within history lies a character who is interposed between approbation and being loathed, whose name is Napoléon Bonaparte. This particular person was a French leader who ruled France as an…

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    Born on August 15 of 1769, in the small capital of Ajaccio, Corsica, Napoleon Bonaparte. A great fact is that he was named after a well-known Egyptian religious symbol (Thutmose III). Maria Letizia Ramolino and Carlo Bonaparte had eight living kids and Napoleon was the second son of the eight. Napoleon was a small and furious young boy and would often fight his older brother (Joseph Bonaparte) and even win those childish and foolish fights. The Bonaparte family was known for being generous and…

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    “Napoleon Bonaparte, the most extraordinary character who has ever yet figured on the great theatre of the world,” is how he was viewed in the early 19th century, during his rise to power, after the French Revolution. However, today the character of Napoleon and his achievements sparks a great debate between historians. Was he a true revolutionary or a dictator? Was he a reformer or repressive authoritarian? It would be simple to conclude that Napoleon did not promote the values of the…

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    Napoleon Bonaparte was born the 15th of august 1769. Napoleon Bonaparte was a French military and political leader. Napoleon Bonaparte gained his power during the French revolution and he also lead many successful campaigns during the revolutionary wars. Napoleon Bonaparte was the emperor of France from 1804 to 1814 and once again in 1815. Napoleon Bonaparte was born in Corsica an island located west of the Italian peninsula. Napoleon Bonaparte was the fourth child in their family and the…

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    Napoleon Bonaparte. Napoleon Bonaparte was one of the most successful military minds to walk the battle fields. He is very known for his leadership skills and captivating energy. Napoleon, was a French military leader and emperor who conquered most of Europe in the early 19th Century. Besides being a great leader on the battle fields, he was also seemed to know what was the best for his country. Napoleon rose the ranks of military rapidly during the French Revolution. He crowed himself emperor…

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    On August 15th, 1769, Napoleon Buonaparte one of the most renowned military leaders of all time, took his first breathe as he entered the world. He became the second surviving son of Carlo Buonaparte and Letizia Ramolino. Born on the Island of Ajaccio Corsica, which at this time was occupied by the French forces running it, grew up quite wealthy by the local standards. Both his mother and father were a part of the Corsican Bourgeoisie. Once Napoleon’s parents were involved with the Corsican…

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