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    Napoleon Bonaparte was a military leader in the eighteenth and nineteenth century. Napoleon is considered one of the greatest leaders in history. Napoleon would eventually crown himself emperor of France and begin and expansion that would conquer much of Europe. Napoleon was majorly influenced by the French Revolution, for he would use the influence and create a revolution of his own. Napoleon accomplished a great empire through his military dictatorship, but he would also establish such reforms…

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    the world but did Napoleon Bonaparte do the same? Did Napoleon do what he needed to do to make his name appreciatable? In my opinion, I don't think that Napoleon deserves the name " the great "at all he is a bad leader and can tell you why. October 21, 1805, was the battle of Trafalgar which Napoleon lost. That was one of Napoleon's major battles that he lost. The Naval defeat was more important than all of the napoleons victories on land. Because of this big mistake, Napoleon had to give up…

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    time was Napoleon Bonaparte because he captured the hearts of not only his country but those of his enemies, and was able to not only overcome a changing political climate but lead it. The rise of Napoleon was brought from a desire from the French people to have a pillar of strength and stability and Napoleon an upcoming general with many successes who was always on the front edge of the revolution was the obvious choice and the only true option for the French people. Slightly before Napoleon…

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    Napoleon Bonaparte, some would say he was one of the greatest warriors there ever was, a true hero. Others disagree and call him greedy, even cruel. There is no doubt, though, that he was one of the biggest names in history accomplishing many things for the French nation. Both as a ruler and an army officer Napoleon was able to restore the French nation and its people once again. So, In the end it seems that he was more hero then he was villian. Among his many accomplishments Napoleon was able…

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    Napoleon Bonaparte: the Long and Short of his Life This essay about Napoleon Bonaparte. I will use reliable internet sources and my textbook for factual research information about his life from when he was born to his time as an emperor. My objective with this essay is to show some of his greatest achievements and his worst mistake. Born on August 15, 1769, on the island of Corsica, Napoleon was the second surviving child out of eight. His family was considered only minor nobility nor…

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    Napoleon Bonaparte is a perfect example of a man corrupted by power, Napoleon is so corrupted by his greed for power that he turns into an evil man, a villain. Napoleon may have been a villain but he was also incredibly smart, manipulative and conniving, he managed to convince a whole nation of his absolute patriarchy towards their country. He portrayed himself as the ultimate French men, the ultimate War General, the ultimate Ruler and the ultimate being. Napoleon did help to better France by…

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    Napoleon Bonaparte started off as a middle-class man with large amounts of ambition. He slowly gained his power by leading various successful military campaigns during the French Revolution. After he got his name out there, he quickly rose through the military ranks. Using this fame to his advantage, and he gained many government positions. He also attracted JosĂ©phine de Beauharnais, the former mistress of Barras during this time period. Their marriage had brought a positive influence in…

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    A) Napoleon I and his French Empire: (1769-1821) Napoleon Bonaparte, also known as Napoleon I, was a French military leader and emperor who conquered most of Europe in the early 19th century. Napoleon rapidly rose through the ranks of the military during the French Revolution. After seizing political power in France in 1799, he crowned himself emperor in 1804. Shrewd, ambitious and a skilled military strategist, Napoleon I successfully waged war against various coalitions of European nations and…

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    Napoleon Bonaparte was a French general and emperor who brought revolution to France and its military in the early nineteenth-century. Napoleon took control of France following the French Revolution, when he rose to prominence, and guided the nation and its citizens through political chaos and war. His name is one which left a great mark on European history and politics. Napoleon’s legacy continues as a controversial political and military leader because of his Machiavellian style. A…

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    France has had many great leaders in its extensive history, but Napoleon Bonaparte was arguably one of the best rulers France has ever had. Napoleon Bonaparte, also known as Napoleon I, was a great military genius and political revolutionary of France. He made many changes for France and made it able to function after the Revolution. But he also got a lot of his success from the French Revolution. It made it very easy for him to rise up the ranks of the military, gain supporters, and take over…

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