Napoleon was born on the island of Corsica in the Mediterranean under French control.
This was one of Kant’s greatest philosophical works in the 18th century.
The Directory used the help of Napoleon to put his own supporters into the legislative seats
This was Napoleons attempt to take control of Egypt and block off the English trade through there
This constitution divided the executive power between the three consuls, Napoleon became the First Consul and dictator of france
This concordat required refractory clergy to resign, all parts of the clergy became a part of the state, including the lands of the Church
Napoleon uses this treaty to create peace with Britain and to gain more confidence within the french people.
The French Government established supremacy of the state over the Church without consulting the pope.
Napoleon was elected First Consul for life therefore establishing a dynasty.
In this code worker’s associations were forbidden, father’s were granted extensive control over their children and wives, divorce was legal but difficult for women, privileges based on birth were still forbidden, the code unified all laws across France.
Napoleon defeated the forces of Austria and Russia at Austerlitz, this was Napoleon’s greatest victory.
In this battle Lord Nelson defeated a fleet of French and Spanish ships blocking the port of Trafalgar of the coast of Spain. This defeat guaranteed British supremacy of the sea.
This treaty included Prussia loosing half of its territory and Napleon appointed members of his family to govern his empire. This also forced Russia and Prussia into being allies with France
This was Napoleons failed attempt at cutting off all of England's resources. This would have weakened them enough for a French invasion, but it was not successful.
this was the alliance between England, Russia, Prussia, and Austria against Napoleon.
This was Napoleons failed attempt to take Russia
The battle was between the Quadruple Alliance and France. France lost the battle, Napoleon was captured and exiled to St. Helena.
The Hundred Days was Napoleons march to retake Paris after his escape from St. Helena, he successfully chased out Louis xviii
This was Napoleons last battle, where he lost against the nations of the Quadruple Alliance and was exiled to Elba and was never seen again