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  1. Vor 5 Tagen · Napoleon Bonaparte, als Kaiser Napoleon I. ( französisch Napoléon Bonaparte bzw. Napoléon Ier; * 15. August 1769 in Ajaccio auf Korsika als Napoleone Buonaparte; [1] † 5. Mai 1821 in Longwood House auf St. Helena im Südatlantik ), war General der Ersten Republik, Erster Konsul Frankreichs und schließlich Kaiser der Franzosen .

  2. 31. März 2024 · spouse Jérôme Bonaparte. Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte (born February 6, 1785, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.—died April 4, 1879, Baltimore) one of America’s first international celebrities, known for her fashionable clothing, witty remarks, fierce independence, and ties to the Bonapartes of France.

  3. Vor 4 Tagen · Jérôme Bonaparte took over but resigned on 15 July when he found out Davout had been secretly given the command. Early August the command was given to Junot. In the Battle of Smolensk (1812) Junot was sent to bypass the left flank of the Russian army, but he got lost and was unable to carry out this operation.

  4. Vor 6 Tagen · Napoléon I er Napoléon dans son cabinet de travail , huile sur toile de David , 1812, National Gallery of Art . Titre Empereur des Français 20 mars – 22 juin 1815 (3 mois et 2 jours) Prédécesseur Louis XVIII (roi de France et de Navarre) Lui-même (1814) Successeur Napoléon II (de jure) Louis XVIII (roi de France et de Navarre) Napoléon III (1852) (de facto) 18 mai 1804 – 6 avril ...

  5. 5. Apr. 2024 · Also interred in the Dome Church are Napoleon’s son Napoleon II, his brothers Joseph and Jérôme Bonaparte, and several marshals and generals of the French army. The crypt of the soldiers’ chapel, called the Cave of Governors (Caveau des Gouverneurs), holds the remains of other notables, including Claude-Joseph Rouget de Lisle , author of the French national anthem , “La Marseillaise.”

  6. 4. Apr. 2024 · While there is no reigning emperor or king of France today, there are still descendants of the House of Bonaparte: the former imperial and royal European dynasty founded by Napoleon I in 1804, when he transformed the First French Republic into the First French Empire. 37-year-old Jean-Christophe Napoleon Bonaparte is the great-great-great nephew of Napoleon I via the Emperor’s youngest ...

  7. 25. März 2024 · son Jérôme Bonaparte. son Lucien Bonaparte. son Louis Bonaparte. (Show more) Carlo Maria Buonaparte (born March 29, 1746, Ajaccio, Corsica—died Feb. 24, 1785, Montpellier, Fr.) was the father of Napoleon I.