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José Prat, Alex Puigrefagut and Xin Wang. Index  Introduction  How he act during the French revolution?  The Napoleonic wars  Facts about Napoleon.

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1 José Prat, Alex Puigrefagut and Xin Wang

2 Index  Introduction  How he act during the French revolution?  The Napoleonic wars  Facts about Napoleon  Conclusion  Bibliography

3 Introduction  15th August in 1769  French military school at Brienne-le- Château  École Royale Militaire in Paris  1795 Napoleon returned to Paris he married

4 Introduction  1796 commanded French army in Italy  1798-Egypt  1804 Proclaimed emperor  : Spain. Holland, Naples etc.

5 Introduction  1814 Britain occupy Paris  5 of May in 1821 Napoleon died.

6 How he act during the French revolution?  Napoleon in Egypt

7 How he act during the French revolution?  The first Constitution

8 How he act during the French revolution?  The coup d’etat  The final consulate

9 The Napoleonic wars  The Napoleonic wars ( )  Napoleon’s French Empire and opposing coalitions.  French power rose quickly collapsed after invasion in Russia in 1812  Bourbon monarchy and creation of the Concert of Europe.

10 Seven Coalitions Wars  Defeated the first and second coalitions during the French Revolutionary Wars.  The great victories sense of invulnerability.  Defeated by the sixth coalition the hands of the seventh coalition at Waterloo.

11 Are French Revolutionary Wars ended and the Napoleonic Wars began?  9 November 1799, the date of Bonaparte's coup seizing power in France.  18 May 1803 is the most commonly used date.  The Second Treaty of Paris officially ended the wars on 20 November 1815.

12 Facts about Napoleon  The hand on his chest  His height: 1,52 m  He was afraid of cats  Stones of the pyramids of Egypt  Sphinx’nose  Less theethes  Sugar form beet

13 Conclusion  Napoleon came to power with a coup d'état  Napoleon betray their coup d'état partners and he became the king  The empire began to fall when France attempted conquer Russia  Napoleon was murdered by poison

14 Bibliography  Social sciences book Social sciences book  French revolutionary and Napoleonic wars (European history) -- Encyclopedia Britannica. (s. f.). Recuperado 9 de noviembre de 2013, a partir de revolutionary-and-Napoleonic-wars revolutionary-and-Napoleonic-wars  Napoleon Bonaparte — History.com Articles, Video, Pictures and Facts. (s. f.). Recuperado 9 de noviembre de 2013, a partir de

15 Bibliography  Napoleon Bonaparte Internet Guide - Napoleon and the French Revolution. (s. f.). Recuperado 10 de noviembre de 2013, a partir de ml ml  The Revolution, Napoleon, and Education. (s. f.). Recuperado 10 de noviembre de 2013, a partir de

16 Bibliography  Napoleon’s bibliography- Napoleon Banaparte- 11/11/13, 19:40h:  Facts about Napoleon Bonaparte- Napoleon Bonaparte-11/11/13, 20:02h: sobre-napoleon.html sobre-napoleon.html  Facts about Napoleon Bonaparte- Napoleon Bonaparte-11/11/13, 20:05h: de-Napoleon-Bonaparte.htmlhttp://www.taringa.net/posts/info/ /Curiosidades- de-Napoleon-Bonaparte.html

17 Bibliography  Napoleonic wars- history of wars-12/11/13, 20:04h:  Napoleonic wars-wikipedia,Napoleonic Wars-12/11/13, 20:19h:

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