Napoleonic Period

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Napoleonic Period

HIS CHILDHOOD

Always Fighting

Playing General

A Real Terror

HIS ATTITUDE

ABOUT HIMSELF

HIS ATTITUDE

ABOUT WAR

Napoleon Bonaparte

HIS MOM

Tough Love

Smacked & Wacked Him

Grabbed his ears

HIS SCHOOLING

Military School (10)

Military Academy (15)

Study all Night

HIS ATTITUDE

ABOUT POLITICS

HIS ATTITUDE

ABOUT THE

PEOPLE


1802: He Became

CONSUL

FOR LIFE

1798: He Became

FIRST

CONSUL

1796: He Became

COMMANDER

IN CHIEF

HOME IN 1813-1814

ISLAND of ELBA

Nutshell Napoleon

1804: He Became

EMPEROR

RISE AND FALL OF

NAPOLEON

BONAPARTE

1821: His Fate

DIED IN

EXILE

1808: He Began

6 LONG YEARS

OF WAR

1812: His Mistake

INVADING

RUSSIA

1814-15: His Disaster

BATTLE OF

WATERLOO

HOME IN 1815-1821

ISLAND of ST HELENA


1795 - 1797

NAPOLEON BECAME

1798 - 1801

NAPOLEON ATTACKED

NAPOLEON WAS

DEFEATED BY

Napoleonic Wars

HERO of

FRANCE

BRITISH and

OTTOMANS

ADMIRAL

HORATION

NELSON

At the Battle of

Trafalgar


1798 - 1801

NAPOLEON’s TROOPS

DISCOVERED

1805 NAPOLEON’s VICTORY

Napoleonic Wars

ROSETTA

STONE

BATTLE of AUSTERLITZ

Against RUSSIA

1806 - 1807 NAPOLEON CAPTURED POLAND

1809 - 1810

NAPOLEON’s TROOPS

WERE AMBUSHED BY

NAPOLEON

DEFEATED

SPANISH

GUERILLAS

AUSTRIAN FORCES

in NORTHERN ITALY


1812

NAPOLEON’s

BLUNDER

ENEMY’s KEY

POLICY

1813

NAPOLEON’s

MAIN VICTORY

NAPOLEON’s

MAIN FAILURE

NAPOLEON

EXILED TO

Napoleonic Wars

INVASION

of RUSSIA

SCORCHED

EARTH POLICY

BATTLE of

DRESDEN

BATTLE of

LEIPZIG

ISLAND of ELBA


1815

NAPOLEON’s

BIGGEST DEFEAT

NAPOLEON

EXILED TO

Napoleonic Wars

BATTLE of

WATERLOO

ISLAND of

ST. HELENA


POLITICALLY

Napoleon’s Legacy

THE EFFECTS OF THE NAPOLEONIC PERIOD

MOST POWERFUL COUNTRY

IMPORTANT INFLUENCES

INSTITUTIONAL LEGACY

POWERFUL MOVEMENT

INTERNATIONAL TERRITORIAL

SALE

MILITARY

GREAT BRITAIN

FRENCH REVOLUTION

NAPOLEONIC CODE

FRENCH NATIONALISM

LOUISIANA PURCHASE

MILITARY FORCES PROFESSIONAL ARMIES

MILITARY TECHNOLOGY MASSING of WEAPONS


Congress of Vienna

NAPOLEON’s ENEMIES DECIDE FRANCE’S FATE

GREAT BRITAIN, RUSSIA, PRUSSIA, SPAIN, AUSTRIA,

SWEDEN and THE GERMAN STATES

FIVE MAIN CONCERNS DURING THE CONGRESS

1. Containment of France

2. Balance of Power in Europe

3. Legitimacy of Ruler’s Power

4. The Concert of Europe

5. The Holy Alliance

THE CONGRESS HELPED

CONFIRM A PREVIOUS

TREATY

The TREATY of

WESTPHALIA

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