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  • 1. Rise of Napoleon Kagan Ch 19 Chapter 21 section 3 and 4
  • 2. Topics
    • Napoleon comes to power
    • Napoleon builds an Empire
    • The Continental System
    • A Brief return
    • The Congress of Vienna
  • 3.
    • Napoleon comes to power
    • Effect of the Reign of Terror
    • Defender of the Revolution
    • The Consulate (1799-1804)
    • Establishing the Dynasty
  • 4. A. Effect of the Reign of Terror
    • People of France become fearful of their new Democracy
    • A committee called the Directory takes over after the death of Robespierre
    • Five directors are corrupt, however, they give France A period of stability
  • 5. B. Defender of the Revolution
    • Oct. 1795: Napoleon defends the National Convention from a Royalist Revolt
      • A “Whiff
      • of Grapeshot”
  • 6.  
  • 7. C. The Consulate (1799-1804)
    • 1799, Napoleon dissolves the legislature
      • Napoleon is made First Council
      • Establishes Constitution of Year XIII
      • Restored stability and effective government
      • The Napoleonic Code
      • Concordat with the Catholic Church
  • 8. D. Establishing the Dynasty
    • In 1804 a Plebiscite elected Napoleon as First Consul
    • Transforms France from a Republic to an Empire
  • 9. Napoleon Crowned Emperor 1804
  • 10. II. Napoleon builds an Empire
    • Invasion of Egypt
    • Battle of Trafalgar
    • Victories in Central Europe
  • 11. A. Invasion of Egypt
    • Napoleon wanted to defeat Britain
    • Indirect attack at Egypt
      • To strangle British trade from Asia
    • Huge failure
  • 12. B. Battle of Trafalgar
    • Third Coalition : Britain, Austria and Russia
    • French fail to defeat British for control of the Sea
      • Britain saved from an invasion
      • Lord Nelson is Killed
      • British naval dominance protected
  • 13. Trafalgar 1805
  • 14. C. Victories in Central Europe
    • Austria defeated
  • 15. III. The Continental System
    • Conflict with Britain
    • The Peninsular War
    • War with Russia
    • Battle of Leipzig 1813
  • 16. A. Conflict with Britain
    • France dominated Europe
    • Hoped to cripple British economy by denying trade
    • Needed Russian Support
    • Led to the Continental System
      • Deny British Trade
      • Hurt France and Europe more
  • 17. B. The Peninsular War
    • Opposition in Spain against French rule
  • 18. Peninsular War 1808-1813
  • 19.  
  • 20. C. War with Russia
  • 21. Invasion of Russia
  • 22.  
  • 23. Alexander I of Russia
  • 24.  
  • 25.  
  • 26.  
  • 27.  
  • 28.  
  • 29.  
  • 30. Battle of Leipzig 1813 Napoleon defeated
  • 31. IV. A Brief Return
    • The Return from Elbe
    • The Battle of Waterloo
  • 32. A. The Return from Elbe
    • Coalition brought back Bourbon king
    • Became very unpopular
    • March 1 st , 1815, Napoleon escapes from Elba
    • People rushed to Napoleons side
    • His army became immense
  • 33. Waterloo 1815
  • 34.
    • Napoleon will be imprisoned on St. Helena where he will die in 1821
  • 35. V. The Congress of Vienna: 1815
    • Checking the power of France
    • Restoring the Old Order
  • 36. A. Checking the power of France
    • Britain, Austria, Prussia and Russia all wanted to check the power of France
      • Quadruple alliance
      • Nations around France were strengthened
    • Power was also balanced to prevent any one power from dominating Europe
      • An emphasis on stability and peace
  • 37. B. Restoring the Old Order
    • Conservatives:
      • French Revolution was entirely bad
    • Liberalism:
      • Principles were good, but the violence was bad
    • Radicalism:
      • By any means necessary to achieve the principles
  • 38. Closure…
    • Napoleon emerges as the savior of the Revolution.
    • Napoleon extends enlightenment ideas but as an emperor.
    • Nationalism emerges as a response to French power.
    • Congress of Vienna established a new balance of Power in Europe

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