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Born on the Mediterranean island of Corsica, to a relatively poor family.
redistribution of territories along the Rhine River with France, Dutch Republic, Italy, Switzerland, and Germany. All German states became dependent of Napoleon.
Prevented the monarchisits from taking a seat in the legislative. It also imposed censorship and exiled a few enemies.
British admiral Horatio Nelson destroys French fleets at Abukir. They cut off the French army from France.
Removed Austria from the war, after Russia left the Second Coalition.
The French government established supremacy of the state over the Church without the pope's consent.
British and France made peace
Also known as the Napoleonic Code. Made new rules such as workers associations remained forbidden, father's granted control over the children, and divorce was still difficult.
Attempted to stop neutral trading from nations to Britain.
Napoleon appointed members of his family to govern the Empire. Was negotiated by Napoleon and Tsar Alexander I.
Napoleon was exiled to Elba when the allied armies marched to Paris.
Called for the restoration of the Bourbons to the throne of France.
Napoleon lost at the Battle at Waterloo and was exiled to the island of Saint Helena.
England, Austria, Prussia, and Russia formed an alliance against Napoleon.
He died on the island of St. Helena where he was exiled to.
Disgusted by the French culture that overtook Germany. Looked for Germany's past to glorify the culture.
Wrote the novel Lucinde and attacks the [prejudice against woman.
Wrote The Genius of Christianity that became known as the Bible of Romanticism. Agreed Passion
German Philosopher, also known as the most complicated but significant philosopher in the history of Western Civilization.
Romantic writer and co authored Lyrical Ballads, and wrote Ode on Intimations of Immorality, and The Prelude.
Leader of the Congress of Vienna.
Married Napoleon and was the daughter of Emperor Francis I
Rousseau wrote Emile and it shows how an individual can lead a happy and good life that is uncorrupted by society.
Book that made Goethe famous
Written by Kant and one of the greatest philosophical works of the 18th century.
Written by Kant and the other great philosophical work of the 18th century.
Written by Lord Byron
Most famous public buildings in the Neo Gothic style