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    Napoleon I

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    Napoleon I Napoleon's life was a very interesting one. Starting a poor boy, hated by most, rising to rule a huge empire, and then finally being destroyed by his own arrogance and ending his life humbled, remembering what he had doe, and leaving it all in his memoirs for the world to read. Napoleon was born in 1769, on the Island of Corsica. His parents, Carlo and Letizia Bonaparte, were poor nobles. When Napoleon was just 10 years old, his father helped to get him a mathematical scholarship to

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    new beginning. Napoleon Bonaparte, a French military and political leader, gained popularity because he was no ordinary man. His intelligence in his childhood, his heroism, his intellectual views to the new political organization, his aggression in expanding the empire, and his downfall make him an extraordinary man. First, his childhood and education mark a significant part in Napoleon’s life since he was intelligent. Born on August 15th, 1769 on the island of Corsica , Napoleon was a son of a

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    Northern War, The Seven Years’ War, Pugachev's Rebellion, and the French Revolutionary Wars. Under the leadership of Napoleon Bonaparte, France was fighting numerous European nations with speed to repeatedly defeat Austrian, Prussian and Russian armies under the series of conflicts in the Napoleonic Wars. The War of the First Coalition that started in 1793 and ended a few years before Napoleon took charge had all the European nations and some nations in Egypt, America and South America having issues.

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    Overview and Analysis of the Napoleonic Wars

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    Northern War, The Seven Years’ War, Pugachev's Rebellion, and the French Revolutionary Wars. Under the leadership of Napoleon Bonaparte, France was fighting numerous European nations with speed to repeatedly defeat Austrian, Prussian and Russian armies under the series of conflicts in the Napoleonic Wars. The War of the First Coalition that started in 1793 and ended a few years before Napoleon took charge had all the European nations and some nations in Egypt, America and South America having issues.

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    Napoleon, also known as Napoleon I, was the first major military and political leader of France after the French Revolution; he was the emperor from 1799-1815 (Ellis). He was a French military leader that conquered most of Europe in the 19th century. He is known for his strong will and his intelligence. He was responsible from the Napoleonic Wars, a series of major conflicts between France and many European countries, that lasted from 1803-1815 (History.com Staff). Napoleon made France one of the

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    Napoleon Bonaparte

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    Napoleon Bonaparte Napoleon Bonaparte was born at Ajaccio, in Corsica, on August 15, 1769, of a good family in a well-established position. He had many brothers and sisters and these family relations played an important part in his later life. He was a soldier from his childhood, entered the military school at Brienne when he was 10, and obtained his lieutenant's commission when he was sixteen. He apparently began with some literary ambition and wrote various pamphlets. In these, as in all

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    Napoleonic Warfare Influence Modern Warfare

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    Napoleon’s tactics and strategies are impressive because of his genius and ambition on winning wars. Napoleon Bonaparte led the French army in numerous campaigns and followed his own doctrines written by his historian, Brigadier General Jomini, on Principles of War (PoW). Tactics were adapted from Napoleonic warfare into our today’s warfare. Many great generals and military experts are constantly studying Napoleon’s strategies, his army organization, and his logistics challenges. The cadres from

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    The book Napoleon by Paul Johnson is a monograph on the life of Napoleon. Napoleon was born on August 15,1769 on an island called Corsica which was a French island south of the mainland. Ironically his future enemy Duke of Wellington was also born in 1769. Napoleon was born in the lower nobility class, and gifted with mathematics. He admired the Royal Navy and wanted to join as a midshipman. At the age of ten, Napoleon left Corsica for a military school in Brienne, France. On completion of his studies

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    Who was Napoleon

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    Napoleon was born in Ajaccio, Corsica, on 15 August 1769, the second of Carlo and Letizia Bonaparte's eight children. In 1778, Napoleon began his education at Autun and later attended school in Brienne, excelling in mathematics and science. Following a year's study at the Ecole Militaire in Paris, he was commissioned in the artillery in 1785. The year 1789 saw the outbreak of the French revolution, which created an atmosphere of opportunity that would not have existed under the Bourbons, and Napoleon

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    napolean

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    boundaries and achieved what others could not. Napolean was a superior leader who saved France from the revolution, strengthened the french state all together, and gave long oppressed people throughout Europe a new sense of hope. The opinion that Napoleon left imprinted on history has long been argued however it is not difficult to show that he enriched the lives of the french people in many ways and deserves a positive and heroic legacy. Considered the saviour of France and the revolution, Napolean

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