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    The Napoleonic wars refer to the wars of the Napoleonic wars in the period of the Napoleonic Wars (1803-1815). It led to major changes in the military and artillery of Europe, particularly the military system. Because the implementation of the national conscription system, making the war a huge scale, unprecedented. France, the rapid rise of national power, dominated Europe; but after the defeat of the invasion of Russia, the national potential plummeted. Napoleon's empire was eventually defeated, so that the Bourbons in 1814 and 1815 were restored twice and then Napoleon of defeat in Waterloo, the belligerents signed the treaty of Paris, the Napoleonic war in November 20, 1815 ended. In the war have War of the Seventh Coalition and one French invasion of Russia, famous war is Battle of Borodino, Napoleon personally led the Central French army in crossing the Niemen River when nearly 286,000 people, but at the beginning of the campaign but only 161,475 people, most of the soldiers died of hunger and disease. Other most famous is Moscow fire in September 1812, September 7, the French army with the Russian defense…

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    century led directly to the War of 1812, which in its resolution established a treaty that allowed the United States and Great Britain to settle minor disputes without escalating into full-scale warfare. Background: The Napoleonic Wars created a climate in which preventing neutral trade from occurring was a beneficial strategy because regulations were being passed to force the other’s hand, and the war had entered a military deadlock. Initially France passed a law known as the Berlin Decree,…

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    tactics and weaponry - amongst other things - occur often. The Napoleonic Wars are a stark contrast to World War One, so much must have happened for the tactics used in battles to evolve. The Crimean War marked the start of trench warfare as armies realised that trench systems would be an effective way to attack the enemy whilst being protected at the same time. However, not many British troops were able to use this strategy as officers at the time were elderly and accustomed…

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    The Napoleonic Wars had at first a positive effect on the United States economy. Foreign trade was one of the things that were greatly affected for the United States. The exhausted nations at war needed goods from somewhere and what better place than from Americans. This supply and demand caused a doubling in foreign trade from 1803 to 1805. However in the summer of 1807 Napoleon was at the apex of his powers becoming the master of Europe after wiping through army after army the British…

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    man created one of history’s greatest Empires, the Napoleonic code, and indirectly created the Congress of Vienna. These actions would embed Napoleon in Europe’s history forever. Napoleons actions kicked off the 19th century with the creation of the First French Empire and becoming its Emperor. Created in late 1804, the French Empire went through a series of wars that led it to become the most powerful nation in Europe. Before the Empire’s…

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    concluding of the French revolution, a powerful figure emerged out of the turmoil to take charge of France. Napoleon Bonaparte changed the face of Europe by bringing stability and unity in Europe. Napoleon’s ascent from a simple Corsican soldier to the most powerful man on earth “brought many ideas of liberty, equality and fraternity. Nationalism [the exalting one nation above all others and placing emphasis on its culture as opposed to those of other nations] spread through France as Napoleon…

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    Battle of Waterloo Introduction In the early 1800’s there were a number of wars against the French while under Napoleon Bonaparte I. Napoleon I was born in 1769 and grew up in French military schools. He soon grew to become quite the idol for the French, and eventually the Emperor of the French. Napoleon engaged in a number of wars against several territories in effort to grow the French empire. He did so both on land as well as with harsh treaties. With his successful defeats Napoleon was able…

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    government, industrializing , and creating the Napoleonic Code. Napoleon took control of France in 1799 the government at this time was extremely delicate due to the revolution that had just occurred. According to Biography.com , Napoleon took over when the people needed a leader, but the only kind of leader the French people have ever seen was a Monarchy so they let him become a military dictator. During Napoleon's dictatorship he created two national assemblies. The national assemblies was…

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    Imperium but he also leads France into a war, in which he occupied big parts of Europe. But did he only impact Europe or did he also boost the North American economy and helped the United States of America to expand their impact on the world trade? Napoleon was born in Corsica, which was occupied by France at that time. His parents gave him and his brother Joseph the possibility to get an education in the College d'Autun in France. Napoleon graduated early from the military academy and became…

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    Napoleon Bonaparte

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    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…

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