Pure reason. All human beings possess a sense of moral duty. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/3/3f/Immanuel_Kant_3.jpg/220px-Immanuel_Kant_3.jpg
Director of the Constitution of the year VIII. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/59/Emmanuel_Joseph_Sieyès_-_crop.jpg/220px-Emmanuel_Joseph_Sieyès_-_crop.jpg
Book that Rousseau wrote to distinguish the difference between children and adults.
Children should be raised with individual growth and freedom.
Principal of legitimacy.
Kant's greatest philosophical work.
Kant excepts the Enlightenment ideas.
Directory and Napoleon put their own supporters in legislative seats.
Napoleon captured Egypt to disrupt trade route. http://pollenhaus.com/UMB/HIS112/images/Egypt1.jpg
Took Austria out of the war and crowned Napoleon with success.
Established one ruler Bonaparte.
Ended the revolution in France. Abolished hereditary privilege.
Between France and Great Britain was a truce.
A treaty with Great Britain and France to create peace.
Safeguarded all forms of property and tried to secure French society against internal challenges.
French and spanish fleets destroyed.
Confirmed France's gains.
Conference of the quadruple alliance. Try to solve Europe's problems.
Exiled to the island of Elba. http://www.elba.org/graph/mappa-elba.gif
Napoleons last battle before he was exiled to St. Helena. http://www.britishbattles.com/waterloo/images/scotland-forever-560.jpg
Group of Austria, Prussia, Russia, and England. Solve Europe's problems.
Napoleon returned for 100 days. He was finally defeated at the Battle of waterloo. Then he was finally exiled to St. Helena.
Radicals went to the St. Petersburg and shot a bunch people to protest against corn laws and the coercions acts. http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/PRpeterloo4.JPG
Napoleon died on the island of St. Helena.