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  1. Vor 4 Tagen · Louis-Napoléon was condemned to prison for life but managed in 1846 to escape to England. Interspersed with these attempts at political risings were individual attacks on the king’s person; the most elaborate of these plots was the one organized by a Corsican named Giuseppe Fieschi in 1835.

  2. Vor einem Tag · If the Consulate’s motto was “Authority from above, confidence from below,” Napoleon’s religious policy helped secure that confidence. The concordat negotiated with the papacy in 1802 reintegrated the Roman Catholic Church into French society and ended the cycle of bare toleration and persecution that had begun in 1792.

  3. Vor 3 Tagen · As Emperor, Napoleon was both head of state and head of government. Upon Napoleon's abdication, his son Napoleon II was named Emperor. This rule was nominal, and Napoleon II remained in Austria throughout his nominal reign. Bourbon Restoration (1815–1830) Presidents of the Council of Ministers. July Monarchy (1830–1848)

  4. Vor 4 Tagen · France - Kings, Revolution, Napoleon: Charlemagne, Louis XIV, the House of Bourbon, and other major rulers and dynasties of France.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › LouvreLouvre - Wikipedia

    Vor 2 Tagen · In the 1850s architects Louis Visconti and Hector Lefuel created massive new spaces around what is now called the Cour Napoléon, some of which (in the South Wing, now Aile Denon) went to the museum.

  6. Vor 2 Tagen · Employing extensive forced marches, Napoleon rapidly advanced his army of nearly half a million individuals through Western Russia, encompassing present-day Belarus, in a bid to dismantle the disparate Russian forces led by Barclay de Tolly and Pyotr Bagration totaling approximately 180,000–220,000 soldiers at that juncture.

  7. Vor 5 Tagen · Napoleone Bonaparte, spesso chiamato per antonomasia anche solo Napoleone ( Ajaccio, 15 agosto 1769 [N 1] – Longwood, Isola di Sant'Elena, 5 maggio 1821 ), è stato un politico e generale francese, fondatore del Primo Impero francese e protagonista della prima fase della storia contemporanea europea, detta "età napoleonica".