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  1. Vor 2 Tagen · Napoleon I, also called Napoléon Bonaparte, was a French military general and statesman. Napoleon played a key role in the French Revolution (1789–99), served as first consul of France (1799–1804), and was the first emperor of France (1804–14/15). Today Napoleon is widely considered one of the greatest military generals in ...

  2. Vor 3 Tagen · Jérôme Bonaparte-Patterson (1805–1870), Neffe von Napoléon Bonaparte; Alan Bond (1938–2015), australischer Unternehmer; Edward Bond (1934–2024), Schriftsteller; Graham Bond (1937–1974), Jazz- und Blues-Musiker; Carlos Bonell (* 1949), Gitarrist und Musikpädagoge; Chris Bonington (* 1934), Bergsteiger; Hugh Bonneville ...

  3. Vor 2 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.

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    Vor einem Tag · Napoleon III. Napoleon III (Charles-Louis Napoléon Bonaparte; 20 April 1808 – 9 January 1873) was the first president of France from 1848 to 1852, and the last monarch of France as Emperor of the French from 1852 until he was deposed on 4 September 1870. Prior to his reign, Napoleon III was known as Louis Napoleon Bonaparte.

  5. Vor 5 Tagen · Battle of Leipzig, (Oct. 16–19, 1813), decisive defeat for Napoleon, resulting in the destruction of what was left of French power in Germany and Poland. The battle was fought at Leipzig, in Saxony, between approximately 185,000 French and other troops under Napoleon, and approximately 320,000.

  6. Vor 5 Tagen · The 77th Cannes Film Festival kicked off Tuesday with a historic screening of Abel Gance’s restored 1927 masterpiece “Napoleon”, months after French critics heaped scorn on Ridley Scott’s...

  7. Vor 5 Tagen · France. Context: Italy. Siege of Mantua, (June 4, 1796–Feb. 2, 1797), the crucial episode in Napoleon Bonapartes first Italian campaign; his successful siege of Mantua excluded the Austrians from northern Italy. The city was easy to besiege: the only access to it was via five causeways over the Mincio River.