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    Since the early stages to modern day France, they have seen it all when it comes to governmental institutions. They have had an absolute monarchy in King Louis XVI, two dictatorships in Napoléon Bonaparte I and his nephew Napoléon Bonaparte III. Today, they have a stable running republic, which is headed by the prime minister. After the July Revolution of 1830, the Orleanist rule began from July 1830 to February 1848. They were a French right-wing faction that had developed out the French…

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    Bonaparte was born August 15, 1769. His family was Italian; his original last named was spelt Buonaparte. In 1796 Bonaparte dropped the u. Bonaparte was the second child born out of eight children. At the age of 10, Bonaparte was accepted into a military academy of Brienne in northern France. Bonaparte had a difficult time fitting in, because he was not French. At the age of 15, Bonaparte was accepted into the Ecole Militaire in Paris, the royal military school founded by King Louis XV. In…

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    Tzu, emphasized positive moral change, Niccolo Machiavelli prioritized notoriety in a leader. The value of a leader is subject to change under different contexts. A children’s soccer coach employing the methods of Napoleon Bonaparte to strengthen the team would not be exulted as Napoleon was. When analyzing the different leaders presented in the Iliad, one must…

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    century was Napoleon Bonaparte. He became the Emperor of France in 1804, but his early leadership traits started while he was in the military in his early twenties. (Goyau, 1911). He completed his military studies at the Brienne college in France for one year rather than the three years that were required for the program, and he excelled in math and science. Napoleon's father was a lawyer and his mother ended up conspiring adultery with a military governor that helped prosper Napoleons…

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    Austria and Metternich in particular was not really opposed to keeping him around, as seen in the Frankfurt overtures - which would reduce France to a frontier along the Rhine and Savoy, but keep the emperor in power - but Bonaparte himself rejected this. Austria WANTED to keep Bonaparte around as a counterweight to Prussia and Russia, but alas. He had military victories, yes, but to what extent…

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    The Rise of Napoleon At the age of nine, Napoleon Bonaparte was sent to France to train for his military career. Napoleon rose quickly in the ranks during the French revolution. He drove British forces out of the French port of Toulon in December 1793. Bonaparte captured most of northern Italy and continued to defeat the Austrians. Napoleon’s plan to weaken British trade through an Egyptian campaign failed miserably. To prevent word of his defeat spreading, he censored the press. Napoleon’s…

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    revolution inevitable." During the 1700 's, Toussaint l 'Overture and Napoleon Bonaparte lead violent revolutions that propagated many changes that perpetually impacted the world. Despite the differences between them, the similarities they shared were salient; furthermore, both leaders held mass revolts and violent riots, demanded equality amongst their people, and destroyed their former government. In the same way, Louverture and Bonaparte believed that a violent approach was the most…

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    It takes a great deal of significant characteristics to being a great, effective leader. Napoleon Bonaparte is a prime example of a leader that excels in many of these characteristics. In his early life, Napoleon was educated at many military schools and was very committed to this. Sadly, his father died early and although Napoleon was not the eldest of his 11 siblings, he assumed leadership and took his fathers position which was head position of the family. Based on his displaying of effective…

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    Napoleon Bonaparte was a leader in the French military who became emperor and led France into a European-wide expansion. Napoleon wanted to expand his empire to be all over Europe. Napoleon had almost accomplished this goal, but due to a mishap when trying to invade Russia he was he was exiled to the island of Elba. Napoleon seemed to have a weakness with certain battle strategy and over confidence which led to multiple downfalls of the the French military. Napoleon’s plans for the revolution to…

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    Napoleon Bonaparte 's everlasting impact on advancing the ideals of the French Revolution The French Revolution was a climactic event in history that altered the course of which political, economic and social issues were considered in France and more importantly across the world. The power of the public was established and could no longer be dismissed. Consequently, after such a period France was in turmoil. The condition of the state was weak and entailed for strong leadership and direction…

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