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Banquet in the Mid East
Napoleon visiting plague victims at Jaffa
Nov. 9, 1799
First Consul, 1799
Napoleon and Josephine
Napoleon in France
Pitt and Napoleon divide the world, 1802
Fighting the Austrians
Arc de Triomphe
Napoleon arriving at Notre Dame, 1807
Imperial Troops on maneuvers
Napoleon II, King of Rome
Napoleon’s retreat across the Rhine, 1812
Abdication before going to Elba
Napoleon’s flight after Waterloo
The Coup d’Etat of Brumaire (Napoleon overthrows the Directory)
“Napoleon in 1792” (painting by Philippoteaux)
Tues Jan 29 Start Napoleon lecture Start HW – pg Q 1-4 Obj- to understand the basics of Napoleon.
Napoleon Bonaparte – ( ). Napoleon the Soldier.
Ms, Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
Compiled by John McFarlane 20 th November th November Slides Duration 2:50 minutes Version V.01.
Graphic Organizer: "Napoleon"
Napoleon I. Early Career Military Officer Rise to Power Gained recognition under Terror Government Helped establish Directory Government with a Whiff.
Aim: How did Napoleon lose his power in France?
Causes and Effects. 1799 overthrows the weak Directory 1802: names himself consul for life ◦ Crowns himself Empower!
Napoleon The Coup (1799) First Consul ( ) Emperor ( )
Corsica Napoleon Crossing the Alps In Jacques Louis David.
Napoleon Bonaparte Early Life Aug. 5, 1769 Born in Corsica Attended military academy at age 9 Upon graduation entered the Ecole Militaire in.
Napoleon Bonaparte. Napoleon in Power Stability Banking/education reforms Pope relations Napoleonic Code Streamlined legal system Still foundation.
AFTER “REIGN OF TERROR” >Moderates take over government >5 Man “Directory” is elected -find balance between Radicals and Royalists -gradually took more.
NAPOLEÓN BONAPARTE: HISTORY’S ULTIMATE SELF-MADE MAN Jim Werbaneth La Roche College HIST October 2011.
he decided to make himself Emperor, which the French supported. took the crown from the pope and placed it on his own head-act of arrogance showed.
Europe in 1800 The Rise of Napoleonic France: aNov Napoleon overthrows the Directory aDec French voters overwhelmingly approve Napoleon’s.
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