Provided the foundations of Romanticism along with Kant.
Provided the foundations of Romanticism.
German leader, critic of European colonization, rejected mechanical explanation of nature.
Greatest German writer of modern times and a Romanticism writer.
Destroyed the French fleet at Abukir, and he was a British Admiral.
Brother of Napoleon put as the King of Spain.
Born in Corsica. Emperor of France, dominated most of Europe, Enlightened Despot, established Napoleonic Code and Continental System. Died in St. Helena
Austrian foreign minister negotiated peace that would leave Napoleon powerless.
Napoleon's campaign became successful and removed Austria out of war.
Napoleon becomes ruler of France.
Ended the French rev.
Established the state over the church in France
Brought peace to the great continent of Europe.
Established by Napoleon that spread throughout Europe making all of the territories under France have the exact same laws.
Admiral Nelson destroyed French and Spanish ships and died.
France Won major concessions from Austria and Napoleon becomes king of Italy.
(One of Napoleon's medals)
Napoleon forbid his allies from importing British goods
Made by Napoleon in Germany that included many western German princes.
Nations quit trading with Great Britain.
Stopped neutral nations from trading with Britain.
Prussia lost half of territory to France. Prussia openly became allies with France and then Russia secretly becomes allies too.
Deprived Austria of much territory and 3.5 million subjects
Russia withdrew from continental system and began to prepare for war against France
Quadruple Alliance met in Vienna to fix problems. The Quadruple Alliance was Britain, Austria, Prussia and Russia.
Exiled to Elba
Made Bourbons head of the French Throne.
Napoleon’s last battle after returning from Elba
After the Battle of Waterloo, Napoleon was exiled to St. Helena
Napoleon returned from Elba, rose to power, and was destroyed at Waterloo.
Romanticism art that would be based on medieval concepts, nature, and imagination.