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             Napolen Bonaparte was born in 1769 and died in 1821.
             military genius for the loyalty of his troops, and for his spectacular victories.
             The many change of the government in France, against the background of war,.
             made possible the rise of a military dictator. Since childhood, Napoleon was.
             taught stratagies and tactics to help him succeed through battles. At the age.
             of fifteen, he entered the advance military school, the Ecole Militaire in Paris.
             Napoleon was promoted to a general at the age of twenty four, where he was put.
             in charge of the Italian campaigns. After conquering most of the Italian.
             Penninsula, Napoleon gained the support of the government and earned the.
             respect of Sieyes and Tallyrand. They identified Napoleon as their strong man.
             in the Coup of Brumaire.
             In 1799, Napoleon introduced a dictatorship to bring order to the chaos.
             in France. He instituted many reforms, for example in the civil service and.
             treasury. He guaranteed the Frence people equality and fraternity. In exchange,.
             he took away their liberty. Another reform was the creation of the national.
             eduction system. This was a pleasant addition because it adds knowledge to the.
             Empire. Another was a knew constitution, in this he presented to the public in.
             a plebiscite that required them either to accept fully his version or to allow.
             him to govern without the restrictions of a constitutions. This was a lose,.
             lose situation for the people. The support of the army was a major factor in.
             his successful dictatorship. Napoleon put the three consuls in charge of the.
             new executive branch in which he was the first consul.
             Napoleon also introduced many foreign policies. One was the continental.
             system, this forbade the impotation of British goods into Europe. In th first.
             coalition, England joined with Austria and Prussia. The French was deafeated.
             because of their embarrasing loss in the Mediterranean. They lost most of their.
             supplies which doomed theur chances for a victory.

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